Monthly Archives: April 2013

KOREAN CRISIS GROWS MORE SERIOUS.

The Korean crisis grows more serious it seems by the hour. The chances of actual military conflict, despite efforts by the United States to  defuse the situation by announcing that joint exercises with South Korea are winding down, and showing … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING DR. KING.

I was about 17 years old. It was April 4, 1968. I was a student at a private school for boys in Michigan. I remember it was early evening when one of the kids came running and informed us that … Continue reading

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THE TROUBLE SPOTS OF THE WORLD.

The United States faces so much trouble in the world. It sometimes make me wonder just how it is we avoid confrontation. Regardless of what others might say, we are a patient nation.  There is  Syria, then you have Iran, … Continue reading

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