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    • Chandran said, on April 3, 2013 at 13:56

      As a vet, everyone on here that wants to bash about how sad it is to use semhtoing like this to honor us, let me say this. When I saw this uniform and realized it was Wounded Warrior I smiled. Made me feel good. Now I found out that these will be auctioned with the proceeds going to a good Charitable Foundation, and I’m proud of USC. I don’t see any other team doing this. They get a go in my book.

      • Sads said, on July 26, 2013 at 16:44

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        • Kathreen said, on March 8, 2014 at 16:56

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      • Pamela said, on October 22, 2013 at 00:20

        Focus, man, focus. You’re wandering into a lot of diernffet tracks, now. The Post posits that we can learn from the OT useful things to guide our current immigration policy. I commented that I don’t think we can. Therein lies a discussion.Just as I was a bit puzzled as to an ism attached to multicultural , I now am puzzled by your charge that I fall into a camp called polygottism . Why does there have to be an ism ? In any event, I don’t know what polygottism is, so I can’t very well build out the discussion on that point.Which immigration waves do you rank as superior to the present ones and why? Clearly you have some idea that what we are experiencing now doesn’t come up to our usual historic standards. How does current immigration experience lead one to conclude that there is an assault on the idea that human rights are products of Divine or Natural Law (our Founders tended to use the terms interchangeably)? If that is what the culture war is all about(a term that gets bandied about in certain circles, but which strikes me as very imprecise in its various usages) (and immigration policy to boot), I don’t think it is an even contest. My guess is that that concept is well-entrenched in modern humanity’s psyche now, if not universally applied by governments. Re your last paragraph, I don’t see the immigration issue in the US as being a religious freedom issue. I see it more as a matter of economic and physical security. By the way, I was commenting on this post, this thread. I read blogs in the moment, as part of my daily news and opinion sampling. I generally don’t go archiving too much. If the discussion is lively enough for my tastes, I’ll keep contributing to a thread, but I’m not that much of a researcher to go back through blog posts.

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