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"YOU ARE NOT "FORGOTTEN": One flag was designed to remind Americans about U.S. prisoners of war and those missing in action. Sep 16, 2019 1413
George Washington and the Hand of God: This country's Founders saw the hand of God in the Colonies' victory over the mighty British empire-with God's providence most apparent in the fortunes of George Washington. Jun 17, 2019 4924
Angling against slavery. Letter to the editor Sep 7, 2015 351
The gulf of tonkin events 50 years later. Mar 24, 2014 3652
The Obama fable. Letter to the editor Dec 10, 2012 434
A republic of virtue? Jun 4, 2012 787
IRS interferes with pastors' speech. Letter to the editor May 9, 2011 365
Very good, but not perfect. Letter to the editor Feb 21, 2011 245
Private profits. Letter to the editor Aug 30, 2010 295
Is the Shroud of Turin authentic? Believers have long maintained that the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus, while others, including scientists, concluded it was a hoax. But what does modern science say? May 10, 2010 1744
God's helping hand. Letter to the editor Jan 4, 2010 297
Black regiment. Letter to the editor Oct 26, 2009 387
Sousa's march of greatness: John Philip Sousa's entire life was devoted to music; hence, it is no surprise that his legacy in music lives on. Aug 31, 2009 1758
The flag of our nation: Americans have a deep-seated love and respect for Old Glory, even if they cannot always express their feelings in words. Jun 8, 2009 2175
National service defender. Letter to the editor Mar 16, 2009 144
The bravest of the brave: the quintessential American hero is the member of the U.S. armed forces who holds the Medal of Honor. They may not all be well known, but they are all the bravest of the brave. Jul 21, 2008 3291
The award no one wants: earned through pain, suffering, and even death, the purple heart is awarded to those who have been wounded or killed while serving their country in the armed forces. Oct 29, 2007 2827
Science and religion. Letter to the Editor Mar 6, 2006 302
Anthologize yourself. Letter to the Editor Nov 14, 2005 100
"Taps": a soldier's good night: since its creation during the Civil War, Taps has been used to signal the end of day at military camps and to pay tribute to those brave souls who have gone to their final rest. May 30, 2005 3834
The man behind Amazing Grace: John Newton, who was once an atheist and slave trader, became a Christian minister and abolitionist. His testimony of that transformation is now a world-famous hymn. Aug 9, 2004 3667
The one-minute patriot. Sep 22, 2003 721

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