A home for the holiday

Originally known as Armistice Day, a commemoration of the end of what was then called The War to End All Wars, Veterans Day has become national day of remembrance, an opportunity to respect all those, living and dead, who have put their lives in service to the survival of this country.It is also a day to do some soul-searching. To say that our nation has a checkered past when it comes to honoring our veterans would be an embarrassing understatement. We have, as a people, repeatedly failed these

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