Monthly Archives: May 2011

Just A Common Soldier

JUST A COMMON SOLDIER (A Soldier Died Today) by A. Lawrence Vaincourt He was getting  old and paunchy and his hair was falling fast, And he sat around the Legion, telling stories of the past. Of a war that he … Continue reading

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“Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.” – W. Penn

I caught part of an old movie on TV today, it being drizzly outside. From 1955, it was “A Man Called Peter”, about Peter Marshall, who was twice Chaplain of the United States Senate. During a scene in which he … Continue reading

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“Pray For The Peace Of Jerusalem.”

President Obama, in his “major” speech on Middle East policy said that “Americans” believe Israel’s borders should return to the way they were before the 1967 war, a war that Israel did not start; a war in which Palestinian guerillas … Continue reading

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Who Are You Voting For?

Gee, we haven’t even finished cringing from the results of the last presidential election and it’s already that season again.  A whole new batch of hopefuls are shifting into campaign mode.  In my lifetime, Obama is the 12th man to … Continue reading

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