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Will the Legacy of American Manhood Die with Dick Winters?
Earlier this month, Major Richard Winters died quietly in central Pennsylvania and was buried next to his parents in a family plot. A mere smattering of news stories and obituaries noted his passing. What they said was a curious commentary on the times of Dick Winters as seen by today's generation. There were a few column-lines devoted to his rank as a soldier in WWII, and then a few column-inches on his celebrity status as the man made famous on HBO in the Band of Brothers TV miniseries. [Read More]
The Reasons Why We Will Have a Final Farewell
Cynicism and ungratefulness abound in America today. We have become a nation of complainers who are unmindful of the remarkable providences that God accomplished through our forefathers. We have been profoundly blessed with tremendous freedoms compared to those who live in oppressive regimes in other parts of the world, and rather than murmur about our problems, we need a revival of gratitude. [Read More]