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Washington, D.C.

May 22

Written by: Del Meyer
05/22/2017 11:36 AM 

The capital city of the United States; “a city of Southern efficiency and Northern Charm” –John F Kennedy.

Washington is no place to a civilized man to spend the summer.  –President James Buchanan.

There are a number of things wrong with Washington. One of them is that everyone has been too long away from home.  –President Dwight D Eisenhower.
Washington, D.C. was named for the only President who didn’t have to live there.


War is mankind’s oldest weakness.  No civilization yet created has been able to abolish it. In this Century alone the United States has been involved in four major wars—World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam—plus various military confrontations. In that same period, the world has tried to abolish war through non-aggression compacts, United Nations sessions, disarmament and arms limitation agreements, peaceful sanctions against aggressors, etc. But military preparedness continues to be reflected around the world in mounting armament sales and the increasing sophistication of equipment. The war against war is being waged at great cost.

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