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If there’s one thing we’re good at in America, it’s killing people. more
And what is this greatest “achievement”? Neil Armstrong walking on the moon? Jonas Salk discovering the vaccine for polio? more
I’m not ashamed to say that the wild boys were my friends. more
Because I don’t live near my children, when I visit, I stay with them, for anywhere from a few days to a week. more
Two of my favorite pastimes are reading and eating, and, after years of trial and error, I have discovered the happy coincidence that I can do both at the same time. more
Their faces tell the story. Look at the newspaper photographs published last week of Dick Cheney and Barack Obama. more
As spring turns to summer and the best and brightest days lie ahead, I want to toss a bouquet to those whose lives are shadowed by serious illness. more
On Sunday, June 1, less than two weeks ago, I stood on Omaha Beach in Normandy, under a brilliant midday sun. We had walked from the entrance of the American Cemetery to the bluffs and then down to … more
To understand my father, I remember that as a kid he shoveled coal into a furnace to keep the family house warm. I see him today, our family elder at 95, and marvel that he grew up without a TV or a … more
He is the boogeyman in our worst nightmares. Kim Jong-un, absolute ruler, Dear Leader and beloved Father of North Korea . . . more
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