Senator Ted Cruz speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill, Sunday, July 26. 2015, after he tried unsuccessfully to force the Senate to consider an amendment to a transportation bill stating that sanctions on Iran could not be lifted until the country recognizes Israel's right to exist. Sen. Cruz was unable to rally enough senators to back his effort to get a roll call vote on the matter. (Graeme Jennings/Washington Examiner) The GOP "Old Guard" [...]...
Songs Our Soldiers Sang
Last week another spoke of music stirring our heart strings. I fully concur. For Friday’s honor to my Irish friends I included music that soothes the soul. Now it is time to get the juices flowing. Some painful footage in some of these, but those who forget their ...Read more Comments Off on Juices Flowing
The War to End All War– din’t work out that way, as you know.. At the end of the war the phrase “Lest We Forget” became was inscribed on countless WWI Memorials. Our grandparents didn’t want us to forget their sacrifice or the lessons of the Great War.. ...Read more Comments Off on World War I, Lest We Forget
We thank those who served during World War II for their service and their sacrifice this Memorial Day. We thank their families, friends and loved ones as well for the sacrifices made on our behalf and ask that God bless you all. American Music During World ...Read more 2
The “Cold War”Korean War aka The Forgotten War June 1950 – July 1953 “Wedged between America’s biggest war, World War II, and Vietnam, our longest war, Korea sometimes gets overlooked. That’s unfortunate. Because much needs to be remembered about the conflict that began 50 years ago this June. ...Read more Comments Off on Memorial Day Tribute to Korean War Era June 1950 – July 1953 (Part 1)
Part 2 is a continuation of the journey started in part one of Memorial Day Tribute to Korean War Era. We thank those who served during the Korean War for their service and ...Read more Comments Off on Memorial Day Tribute to Korean War Era June 1950 – July 1953 (Part 2)
The following music videos were selected from a list of the most popular songs of the Vietnam: The “Rock ‘n Roll” War (1965 – 1971). Veterans heard many of these songs played daily over the Armed Forces Vietnam Network (AFVN) Radio. “This 24 hour radio station was created ...Read more Comments Off on Memorial Day Tribute to Vietnam Era (Part 1)