Monthly Archives: July 2011

Great expectations

“Dignity and Valor” (Mort Kunstler) Of Gen. Robert E. Lee, it has been said by such notable figures as Winston Churchill, “(He) was one of the noblest Americans who ever lived, and one of the greatest captains known to the … Continue reading

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Now that’s devotion to a cause

This year marking the sesquecentennial of the American Civil War, I’m going to start an ongoing series related to reflections from that great nation-making conflict.  Not to say other topics and ruminations won’t come up.  They certainly will.  It’s just … Continue reading

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