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Memorial Day: Sometimes you need to sacrifice your beard in order to save your head

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Memorial Day: Sometimes you need to sacrifice your beard in order to save your head

My nine year old daughter asked me, what is Memorial Day? She was confusing it with Veteran’s Day. Memorial Day is the day we remember military servicemen and women who have sacrificed their lives in wars to keep the United States safe and free. President Obama respected tradition by laying a wreath at the Tomb of […]

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America loses last WWI veteran Frank Buckles: The death of an elderly man is like a burning library

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America loses last WWI veteran Frank Buckles: The death of an elderly man is like a burning library

America has lost its last World War I veteran. Not only did he serve in WWI, he also served in World War II and was a Japanese prisoner of war.  Frank Buckles died after his 110th birthday. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetary, but will not be honored in the US Capitol. Common sense […]

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