Remember Reagan's words this Veterans Day

Today is Veteran’s Day. As Americans we have a bond with our veterans that is unique in the world. The American Soldier, Sailor, Marine and Airman have fought for the cause of freedom all over the globe under the most extreme conditions. Here in American we do not fear our military, because our friends, family and neighbors who proudly serve our nation are the guardians of our liberty.   Twenty-five years ago President Ronald Reagan honored our heroes on Veteran’s Day at Arlington National Cemetery. The words our president spoke on that day are more poignant than ever.   ...the living have a responsibility to remember the conditions that led to the wars in which our heroes died. Perhaps we can start by remembering this: that all of those who died for us and our country were, in one way or another, victims of a peace process that failed; victims of a decision to forget certain things; to forget, for instance, that the surest way to keep a peace going is...(Read Full Post)