Tag Archives: veterans

START SHRIEKING!

Some days I feel as if I am in the middle of a crowded room shrieking insanely but no one hears me.  No one looks at me.  No one stops what they are doing.  It is as if I am … Continue reading

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There is no cheer for those who live the reality of the statistics…

On this Christmas Eve I would like to remind all of the readers of The New Forty that every 80 minutes a veteran commits suicide.  These are brave men and women who have served our country faithfully and come home … Continue reading

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No unwounded soldiers…

Jose Narosky said, “In war, there are no unwounded soldiers.”  There are also no families of soldiers who are untouched when their soldier goes into combat.  A price is paid by the military family, a price that while often noted … Continue reading

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Art – a commentary on life.

Kaarin Remmich drew my attention to an article in The Forum today that I wanted to share here on my blog.  The article is about a play that will be staged at the Fargo V.A. tomorrow at noon and 3 PM.  … Continue reading

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The home of the brave…

Elmer Davis said, “This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.”  Today we remember and honor the sacrifices of the brave.  Those men and women who have committed themselves … Continue reading

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