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The big issues Obama left out of his inaugural address

January 22, 2013 "And we must be a source of hope to the poor, the sick, the marginalized, the victims of prejudice- not out of mere charity, but because peace in our time requires the constant advance of those principles that our common creed describes: tolerance and opportunity; human dignity and justice." --...

The Pentagon says no to disabled daughter of Navy captain

December 4, 2012 The story of Kaitlyn N. Samuels is an infuriating one. It blends together the senselessness of our military bureaucracy with the powerlessness of individual veterans and their families. It mocks the professed patriotism of our politicians, who pledge endlessly that they will do all they can to make life easier...

Analysis: A perfect new mission for Eric Holder

November 9, 2012 Attorney General Eric Holder was ambivalent Thursday on the topic of returning to the Justice Department for President Barack Obama's second term. He said he is asking himself these days if he has "any gas left in the tank" to continue at his post and I don't blame him the...

Quietly, U.S. moves to block lawsuits by military families

January 31, 2012 Politicians and bureaucrats of all persuasions typically trip over themselves when it comes to praising the values and virtues, the courage and the sacrifice, of America's military families. East Coast. West Coast. Red State. Blue State. Democrats. Republicans. It doesn't matter. Everyone wants to stand up in public and say...

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