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Giving Tuesday: 3 Causes To Consider

Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable. - Mary Oliver

Winston Churchill aged seven. He went on to serve as Prime Minister.

South Korea's Pastor's "Drop Box" Saves Abandoned Babies From Infanticide--a hero

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Future soldier!

Rosie the Riveter: The Woman of World War II.

I know a good Dad when I see one

Injured vet, girlfriend speak out on love story photos. you have to see this!

Isn't it time? #army #hero

  • Andrew Hartwell

    If every soldier's funeral got the television coverage that Whitney Houston's did, we'd probably never go to war again.

A Long Road Home. Casket bearers navigate rocky terrain to deliver the remains of Lance Cpl. Abraham Tarwoe, of Providence, R.I., to his gravesite during a memorial service in Flehla, Liberia, May 17. Tarwoe, who was born in Liberia, died from wounds suffered in combat in Helmand province, Afghanistan, April 12. At the time of his death, Tarwoe was deployed from 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, Camp Lejuene, N.C. photo by 1st Lt. Mark Lazane

Honorable Men, Bush.

  • Andrew Hartwell

    I wouldn't really mind if the news didn't report this, since it is a substance-free PR stunt. But its not even true that this wasn't reported on. Here it is the New York Times:

  • Mandy Bassetti

    President Bush does these things because he's a classy and honorable man, unlike our current "egomaniac in chief" that wouldn't dream of doing something like thus unless the slobbering press was there to capture it.

  • Emily Grace

    I was just missing President Bush today.

  • Tom Cowan

    Thank you Mandy, I couldn't have said it better

  • megan kelley

    So why did the Republicans block the veterans jobs bill?

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President Bush greeting troops

Army Capt. Michael Y. Tarlavsky Died August 12, 2004 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 30, of Passaic, N.J.; assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, Ky.; killed Aug. 12 when his unit came under small-arms fire and grenade attack in Najaf, Iraq.

Five words.

  • megan kelley

    I can't figure out if this is irony or what coming from this stupid foundation that represents corporate loudmouths and just cost us 24 billion in the shut down.