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Friday, December 2, 2022

Pearl Harbor…the game

It was Dec. 7, 1941, and Lt. William Crowe, a young Navy pilot, was stationed at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. His brother, Charles, was based there as well, as a sailor on the battleship USS Arizona.

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Preventing another 9/11

The tome-like report of a high-level commission that goes unread and quickly winds up gathering dust in the archives is a Washington, D.C., cliche. That was not the fate of the 9/11 commission’s report; it quickly became a bestseller. Unfortunately, the commission’s recommendations have not had a similarly successful fate.

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Two Senators prove disagreements can be civil

Just days after the 2004 election, two Midwest politicians who seem as publicly diverse in politics and persona as any two of the breed can be exchanged private messages that violated the shrill principles of partisan name-calling and political negativity that have made Washington what it is today.

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