On this Memorial Day, I’m proud to live in country that has given breath to such great men. “We the People” need to remember our dead—not only to pay our debts to the past but to create a future for citizens who, when duty calls, rise and sadly fall in our common defense.
Travis woke up in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center without his limbs—a pregnant wife by his bedside. This wounded warrior’s account fills the eye with tears of laughter and character.
“The nuclear family is not natural. In the two million years hominids have walked the earth, families as we know them only appeared in the last, ten-thousand years.”
“Scent of a Woman” is really About the scent of a man: Frank’s defense of Charlie captures the ideal of manliness, which PM exists to nurture, defend, entertain and serve.