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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Carol Gladys
Edward Davis still can't believe he made it out alive. The 90-year-old Army veteran, who has Parkinson's disease and lives at D.C.'s Armed Forces Retirement Home, still can recall the attack on Pearl Harbor 70 years ago.
"It was just getting to be too much for them. The youngest survivors are 88 years old," said Carol Gladys, the daughter of a Pearl Harbor survivor and secretary of Sons and Daughters, Pearl Harbor Survivors Inc.
"I think we have a lot of work ahead of us. You walk up to a lot of younger people and ask them what the USS Arizona was, and they have no idea," Ms. Gladys said. "The younger generation, they have no idea what happened in Hawaii."