THERE WAS A COLUMN YESTERDAY . . .
I just forgot to click “Post.” (Until, at the crack of dawn – 8:45am on the East Coast – one of you threw a bucket of cold water on me to wake me up, like in those old Westerns, and I went dripping over to the computer to make it right.) If you missed it, you click post. One of us has to.
Today, still not quite right in the head from that rude awakening, I simply offer the compelling story of an exemplary serviceman, long before the era of Don’t Ask / Don’t Tell – but not before the era of injustice.
Quote of the Day
We've forgotten all the sacrifices that the people who've gone before us made to give us this wonderful life that we have. We accept it; we take it for granted; we think it's our birthright. The facts are, it's precious, it's fragile -- it can disappear.~Ross Perot, 1988
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