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Most people who are given this assignment will choose to write about a physical scar. In a few minutes time, they will think of a four-wheeler crash that nearly gave their mom a heart attack, or...

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How Many Of You Hate America?

The common view of things is often different from the reality. They can be twisted, beautiful images that shield us from the truth. Sometimes people should think of it not as a shield, but as a...

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Today I saw a soldier. He wore no fatigues and held no gun – instead he pushed a cart filled with all of his worldly possessions, as cars with yellow “Support the Troops” ribbons drove by....

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