July 11, 2002
Our friends the Saudis

If you don't get ticked off at the State Department and the Saudi government after reading William McGurn's piece in today's Wall Street Journal then you've got no heart. If you want a glimpse at what all of American foreign policy would be like if we made our No. 1 priority getting along with every […]

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July 9, 2002
Love of Country

Former Arizona Cardinals' safety Pat Tillman has turned down a 3-year $3.6 million contract to enlist in the Army. Tillman's decision is one few would make -- and an honorable sacrifice for his country. In a world where bad athletes are often role models, Tillman is an honorable man who shoule be a role model […]

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December 7, 2001
Pearl Harbor's lessons

Sixty years ago today hundreds of Japanese planes attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. I always remember this day because my grandfather, Thomas Harold Hoy, was a Marine on board the USS California on battleship row that fateful morning. My grandfather survived, but more than 2,000 other Americans did not. "I fear all […]

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December 5, 2001
Trying terrorists

Just got done listening to today's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on military tribunals. Lots of good stuff there, but all parties involved were really taking shots at a shadowy figure in the dark because the rules for the tribunals they were debating haven't been made yet. Lots of speculation from all parties involved. But the […]

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