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  • Did the Famous Sailor Sexually Assault the Famous Nurse?

    Posted on September 20, 2016 Dennis Prager

    The most famous American photo of World War II is undoubtedly that of the four Marines planting the American flag on Iwo Jima. The second most famous is probably the legendary photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of an American sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square in New York City, when people were celebrating Japan’s surrender. […]

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  • The New Deal with Israel

    Posted on September 19, 2016 Michael Medved

    The United States and Israel recently agreed on a foreign aid package providing $3.8 billion in military aid for each of the next ten years. This marks a sharp increase in the level of aid, but that’s still less than one-tenth-of-one percent – less than one-one-thousandth – of the money Uncle Sam spends each year. […]

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  • Children, “Very Important”; Marriage, Not So Much

    Posted on September 19, 2016 Michael Medved

    A September poll by CBS News and the New York Times revealed troubling contradictions in attitudes toward marriage and children. Nearly 2,000 adults of all ages were asked: “For you personally, is being married either now or in the future very important, somewhat important, not very important or not at all important?” Surprisingly, a minority […]

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  • Welcome to the new Sunday morning

    Posted on September 19, 2016 Hugh Hewitt

    An IED — or two or three — in New Jersey intended to blow up runners in a race to support Marines wounded in the wars. An IED — or two or three — in New York City intended to kill or maim civilians. A suspected “home-grown, self radicalized” jihadist dresses as a security guard […]

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