Of Thee I Sing …

        by Debra Kozikowski Wreath laying, flag waving, parades, backyard barbeques and on every cable movie channel it’s a war movie marathon. I watched one yesterday afternoon, set during World War II with a scene of soldiers in foxholes under a snowy sky. Some were trying to sleep, some were chatting, others complaining, and all but one unaware of the name [...]

Caldera Resigns White House Post

By Miryam Ehrlich Williamson Louis Caldera, the director of the White House Military Office who scared New Yorkers witless last month, has resigned. In a report ordered by President Obama Caldera said he does not remember a conversation in which he was told of a planned a photo shoot intended to show Air Force One [...]

ir·ra·tio·nal: lacking usual or normal mental clarity or coherence

by Debra Kozikowski There are certain events in history about which people who have lived through them have precise recall. They remember exactly how they felt, where they were and what they were doing when it happened.  For me, the day President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated was the first such moment of my lifetime … I was 9 [...]