Support our troops
“Support our troops,” read a leaflet my children brought home from school in their backpacks in January 1991. It was a message
Fertility is a bi-partisan issue. I repeat: Fertility and family is a bi-partisan issue. There is no candidate that would ever say they are anti-family. There is also no candidate that would come out as saying that they don't support the rights and care of our Veterans.
In all the times I've asked people, many who were not veterans themselves and other than me, did not know a single other veteran, to "support our veterans", no one ever responded with the phrase, "support all people."
It's Memorial Day! We all love a good parade and some barbecue—not to mention a day off—but let's not forget where Memorial Day comes from.
We, as citizens of this incredible nation, must rise to the task of supporting those who will be at the front lines of eradicating Ebola. Our Soldiers are representing America in a noble mission that is difficult and necessary in order to protect our country and the greater global society.
Conservatives rally support for Troopathon, a fundraiser for the group Move America Forward.
I support our troops to the core -- as human brothers and sisters of mine (and as a member of a military family). Would you want to send your family members to war? Do you even know what that means? Have you really thought about it?
“It’s a little surprising,” said Stokes in an interview with KMAX-TV. “All we meant to do was beautify the corner, the area
As a nation, we want to clap our troops on the back and tell them what great and noble deeds they've done in our name. Yet we hesitate to probe more deeply into their experiences -- or their pain.
When Vietnam veterans returned to "the world," there were no parades. It was like nobody but their families even noticed they'd been gone. Last December, when U.S. bases were handed over and the last combat units returned home, there were no parades.