By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
It is an undeniable fact, although one often ignored by those unwilling to look beyond the obvious, that while wars are certainly terrible for those who fight them, they tend to bring ancillary benefits. Antibiotics had been invented well before World War II, but there was little indication that they would be produced en masse, let alone made available to the general public, until that conflict took them off the back burner.
After decades of false starts, shifting owners, dashed hopes and a nomadic existence, it appears the SS United States' distress call is finally being answered.