A Gigantic Step Backwards: Trump Bans Transsexuals from the Military on the Anniversary of Truman’s Desegregation of the Armed Forces
Russian dissident Gary Kasparov said this on Twitter yesterday shortly after President Trump announced on the same platform that Transsexuals, even those currently serving honorably would not be allowed to serve in the military. Kasparov noted:
“The autocrat always requires enemies to protect his base from. If real enemies don’t exist, they will be created. Minorities preferred.”
Yesterday I was debating whether to write about President Harry Truman’s courageous decision sixty-nine years ago yesterday to desegregate the U.S. Military. I didn’t because first I have written about it before and I couldn’t come to a decision on how I wanted to approach it. So I wrote an article combining baseball that the principle of interiorizing public rules, norms, traditions, and behaviors that are necessary for our Republic to survive.
But this morning when I saw the series of three Trump tweets about excluding transsexuals from…
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Veterans Day is an official United States holiday that honors people who have served in the armed forces. It coincides with the holidays celebrated in other parts of the world that mark the end of hostilities of World War I.
To honor our veterans and active duty personnel, some restaurants provide free meals. Some of these Veterans Day free meals are nationwide but some are only at participating locations.
The below is a partial list of restaurants honoring our veterans and those on active duty. Read the rest of this entry
Felicia Nicole McCubbins wrote: This is the exact moment I met my daddy. It will be 23 years ago on March 15th, I was born on February 14th, 1991.
Katie Purdy wrote: I did this in November when my marine got home!
Karla Rodriguez wrote: Here’s them meeting for the first time
Nicole Walters wrote: This was my hand painted homecoming sign
Karla Rodriguez also wrote: Here’s my daughters homecoming sign for her daddy
A touching moment. A U.S. Army soldier meeting his baby for the first time, after returning from Iraq.
This picture was made two years ago when this US Marine saw his 3-week-old baby daughter for the first time. The young couple found out that they expecting a baby when this young guy was already away with his convoy.
Being almost one year old this little girl has never seen her daddy. When she was born her…
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