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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Mike Hughes
When Greenwood eighth-graders Heaven Carmichael and Brooklynne Wilson first put on the virtual reality goggles, they weren't sure what to do or where they could move.
A 1966 MG roadster Mike Hughes owned while a Georgetown University student brought him together with his wife, Lucia.
"It essentially mends the gap between someone who's on the computer, and someone who's working on (an engine) in the field," Hughes said.
An optimistic Mr. Hughes adds, "More members of Congress now understand that for nearly 2 million Americans, golf is more than just a game. They understand it never made sense to exclude golf - along with massage parlors and liquor stores and tanning salons - from tax relief legislation. They understand what golf brings to their communities."