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As Americans are cooped up in their homes dealing with the worst pandemic in a century, we can look to the past for some comfort.

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Originally, this opinion piece was supposed to be written about the benefits of the Freedom of Information Act, but with recent events, I thought I should write a few words about COVID-19.

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While I typically don’t respond to comments in the newspaper or from other mediums, the reaction by Mr. Paul Howe (Letters to the Editor, Feb. 15, 2020) to my guest column (Jan. 26, 2020) was somewhat bewildering and included potentially incendiary insinuations, void of a factual connection …

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Seventy-five years ago this week, some of the bravest men to ever walk this Earth faced staggering odds as they stormed the black sand beaches of Iwo Jima.

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Like tormented animals, caged too long and broken of spirit, the room full of men — seeming more animal now than man — stared, seemingly dead behind their sunken eyes, at the man in the unfamiliar military uniform.

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This week I’ve been pondering a not-so-ancient Chinese mystery thanks to the Land Down Under.

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At first I couldn’t believe it. This week I sat aghast reading how a Bronze Star recipient’s prosthetic legs were repossessed because neither the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or Medicare would pay the bill.

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