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This weekend, Glen remembers and honors those who served in our nation’s military. Glen talks with Ken Carlson, a Vietnam Veteran who also served 26 years with the FBI and 15 years with the CIA. Ken and Glen talk about Gary Radford, who is a Vietnam Veteran and Silver Star recipient from Pittsburgh. This weekend, take time to thank God for all who have served our nation in defense of freedom. Happy Memorial Day!
Glen also talks about the advances made by ISIS in Syria and Ramadi, North Korea’s growing nuclear weapons program, and Saudi Arabia’s decision to procure nuclear weapons because of Obama’s developing nuclear deal with Iran.
Glen also talks with David McIntosh, President of the Club for Growth, about President Obama’s free trade authorization and the need to let the Export-Import Bank charter expire. Read more »
By Dr. Paul Kengor
As posted at The Center for Vision and Values
This time last year I did a commentary on five brothers who served in World War II. Very impressive. Imagine my surprise when someone who caught the commentary sent me a package with this note:
“Dear Professor Kengor: Your [commentary] about the family whose five sons served in WW II was interesting. You might be interested to know about families who had more than five sons who served in WW II.”
Well, Ted Walters of Uniontown, Pennsylvania certainly had my attention.
He continued: “My mother, Stella Pietkiewicz, had seven sons serve in WW II. She had the honor to christen the plane, Spirit of Poles, because she had the most sons who served in WW II.”
Yes, seven sons.