17 thoughts on “Memorial Day, 2022”

  1. It’s always respectful and somewhat somber around our household. My father and grandfather served in WW2 and WW1, and my wife’s dad in WW2. I’m sorrowful that this year, the young ones in Ulvade will also be remembered and on everyone’s minds. Here in Granbury Texas, small-town USA, we still honor our vets, living and fallen. That is one of the reasons we chose to live here.

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  2. It is incumbent on us to honor their sacrifice by picking up the flag and manning the line against the threats to the Republic, both foreign and, notably, domestic.

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    1. Democrats have been working overtime to diminish the symbols of our country since Texas v. Johnson. The destruction of a once-great nation, one brick at a time.

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