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Thursday, December 8, 2022

Invade us…please

If the United States doesn’t invade Venezuela, Hugo Chavez is going to be one very disappointed dictator. He’s promised his people an invasion and one of the many grudges he holds against this country is our refusal, with typical Yankee arrogance, to supply one.

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Earning the right to salute, or burn, the flag

Veterans take a different views on flag burning, but clearly these are men and women who have earned the right to be heard on this matter. Part of their message is that the issue of flag desecration is too complicated to be resolved merely by appealing to patriotism.

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A sad litany of lost youth

A 26-year-old Army sergeant from Bellevue, Neb., with the all-American name of Lonnie Allen, was killed in Iraq on the same day as Nicholas Cournoyer, a private first class from Gilmanton, N.H. Cournoyer will lie in Granite State soil not far from a more famous Franco-American, Gilmanton’s Grace Metalious, author of Peyton Place. Fall River’s Michael Bouthot further recalls the French-Canadians who populated New England’s mill towns.

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Politics trumps gamblers

Gamblers in Atlantic City’s casinos were ordered to leave the tables and slot machines on Wednesday because of a budget crisis in the state legislature.

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