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Confessions of a Draft Dodger

BY EARL H. TILFORD, INSTITUTE FOR FAITH & FREEDOM Next month I turn 75. The ubiquitous “they” tell me I’m on a COVID-19 “endangered species”...

Welcome Home by Lloyd Marcus

<img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-88172" VIDEO BY LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Self-Educated American, Contributing Editor, Lloyd Marcus, is Chairman of Conservative Campaign Committee PAC. It’s...

To America’s Lions: Thank You for Your Service

EARL H. TILFORD, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES It took some time for the nation to appreciate the services offered and sacrifices endured by men...

America Started as a Protest

By Alan Caruba So I am watching the police in Portland, Oregon drive the Occupy protesters from some area they choose, tearing down the makeshift...

The News from Iraq (as Usual) is Bad

By Alan Caruba In the 1960s and throughout the 1970s it seemed that all I read or heard every day was about Vietnam. It dominated...

Exiting Afghanistan

By Alan Caruba Like others of my generation who lived through the Vietnam War, it was at the time the longest war that...

Our Warrior Class, and Several American Wars

By Alan Caruba I come from a generation, just as several before it, that was drafted into military service. The Draft, conscription, goes...

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