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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
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Topic - Stars And Stripes
Stars and Stripes — long may it wave? Maybe not. The venerable newspaper that has reported independent news about the American military since the Civil War finds itself on the budget-cutting front lines.
Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe has no more connection to the state of Virginia than my two sisters, who have lived in Texas and Wisconsin for the past 40-plus years. Perhaps that is why Mr. McAuliffe needs a history lesson ("McAuliffe blasts flying of Confederate flag; issue is politically tricky," Web, Oct. 2).
New Army rules on grooming will mean recruits seeking to sign on the dotted line will first have to prove they don’t have tattoos that stretch past the elbow and that can be hidden under most shirts.
So much for thanks: As the U.S. accelerates its exit from a decadelong, $100 billion reconstruction effort in Afghanistan, American generosity is getting an unwelcome penalty in the form of taxes and fees imposed by President Hamid Karzai’s government on U.S. contractors supporting the rebuilding effort.
So much for thanks: As the U.S. accelerates its exit from a decadelong, $100 billion reconstruction effort in Afghanistan, American generosity is getting an unwelcome penalty in the form of taxes and fees imposed by President Hamid Karzai's government on U.S. contractors supporting the rebuilding effort.
The homosexual movement is transforming America. A great cultural change has taken place. The homosexual lifestyle — once considered a moral abomination — is today not only accepted, but celebrated.
An estimated 100 U.S. citizens are trapped on U.S. military bases in Kuwait, unable to leave the post else face arrest — the victims of a Kuwaiti prime minister's sister-in-law who felt snubbed when a recent contract wrapped without renewal.
A quiet ceremony to mark the 69th anniversary of D-Day opened Thursday in France with the raising of the Stars and Stripes at the American cemetery that overlooks Omaha Beach.
President Obama and I have very different notions of what a family is. For liberals, the family can apparently be everything from "Heather Has Two Mommies" to "Daddy's Roommate" to Hillary Rodham Clinton's "It Takes a Village." In the opinion of electoral majorities in Kansas and 40 other states, however, that does not a family make.
Members of the U.S. military who were tasked with helping Japan with the clean-up and recovery from its 2011 nuclear power leak are now suing, claiming the company lied and downplayed dangers.
U.S. Africa Command will get a new Marine Corps rapid response force as part of a plan to beef up its crisis response capabilities.
President Obama is losing the trust of the American people. In fact, he is repeatedly showing himself to be an incorrigible liar. The Obama administration is collapsing under the weight of its numerous lies and false statements.
America's economic well-being is at the mercy of the most thin-skinned hotheads on earth.
Staring out the window of his pickup, slowly trailing the hearse bearing his brother's body, Will Copes' eyes blurred with tears. In a few minutes he and his brother would be home, back to a town preoccupied with the first week of school and plans for weekend barbecues. A place far removed from an unrelenting, but all too easily forgotten war. Until now.
NBC is defending its new series "Stars Earn Stripes" after nine Nobel Peace Prize winners complained the show treats military maneuvers like athletic events.