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If the nation wants a scandal, this one is it.
The world is full of people just trying to do the right thing.
After awhile, apparently, it’s not a lot of fun getting together with a smaller and smaller group of people to wait out who will be the last one alive.
One day you’re working in the oil fields of North Dakota. The next day the president of the United States is putting a medal around your neck, telling you you’re one of the very few recipients of the nation’s highest honor.
When should the news media keep secrets?
When a soldier dies, a governor orders flags lowered, we newspeople run a story, a town says ‘goodbye,’ and then everyone moves on.
Another effort is underway in Minnesota to allow veterans of one of America’s secret wars to be buried in state veterans cemeteries.
Seventy years is a heck of a long time to wait for a medal you deserved from the U.S. military.
Some things never get old.