Monthly Archives: November 2012

What Are Your Plans for The Hole-y-days?

By Heather Randall “I am so proud to be an American on this day… Glen is proud. Glen is honored. Glen is home.” I reread these words written by Kate Quigley, Glen Doherty’s sister. Most Americans are familiar with Glen; … Continue reading

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Solemn Pride Honoring Our Veterans

By Heather Randall “For such arrangements and covenants we are willing to fight and to continue to fight until they are achieved; but only because we wish the right to prevail and desire a just and stable peace….” – President Woodrow Wilson’s … Continue reading

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It’s Not Too Late to Lend Support

By Heather Randall, Guest Blogger Recently searching for voting information, I googled my way to an article written my Mathew Clark for the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ). According to Mr. Clark’s article, absentee ballot requests from military personnel declined … Continue reading

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