Tag Archives: Memorial Day

Celebrating Big Government

Another Memorial Day has come and gone, and that means summer has started, and summer ends on Labor Day, as everyone knows. Oh yeah – the first holiday is also set aside to honor those who have fought and died … Continue reading

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Honoring the Dead

The political world took the day off. It was Memorial Day – mattress sales and the start of summer, informally, as the astronomy of things puts the actual start of summer on June 21, precisely at 1:04 AM Eastern Daylight … Continue reading

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Designating Heroes

Andy Warhol had it wrong when he idly lisped that, in the future, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes – simply everyone will have his or her fifteen minutes of fame. Perhaps this was no more than a sardonic … Continue reading

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