Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Sergeant Who Saw the Remains of Saddam Hussein and Made an Ethical Choice

On Veterans Day this week, Robert O’Neill spoke about shooting Usama Bin Laden and the mission behind it. O’Neill relayed his story to Peter Doocy of the Fox News Channel. Hearing O’Neill’s story reminded me of an ethical choice made by Sergeant Joseph … Continue reading

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What I Saw Before the Fall of the Berlin Wall–25 years ago

The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago today. I wasn’t there when it fell but had the opportunity to see the wall in person a few months earlier as these photos show. In May 1989 I traveled throughout Germany with a choir from … Continue reading

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How the 2014 midterms broke a 20-year trend

Were the 2014 midterm elections historic? Yes. Midterms are always historic when a party takes control of either the U.S. House of Representatives or Senate, as the Republicans did this go around. These midterms, however, are also historic because they broke … Continue reading

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