June 07, 2017

Unending war on terror needs new authorization

By Daniel Feehan

There is a long history of remembering servicemembers who died in the service of the United States, a history that traces back to the decorating of soldiers' graves during and after the Civil War.

Read the full piece on the Post Bulletin.

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