Friday, June 04, 2004

D-Day Anniversary
Sunday marks the 60th anniversary of D-Day, when thousands of American boys faced bullets, bombs, and fire as they stormed the beaches at Normandy. Their sacrifice has encouraged many of today's Americans to endure similar treatment every time they visit Paris.

Papal Visit
President Bush emerged from his meeting with Pope John Paul II today saying he felt "close ties" with the Holy Father. That's because the Pope is the only world leader who finds public speaking more painful than he does.

Kerry Plan
John Kerry says he wants to increase the size of the armed forces by 40,000 people. But there will actually be millions of Americans ready to take up arms if Kerry is elected in November.

Stop Loss
The White House is revoking the discharge orders for thousands of U.S. troops who thought they were coming home from Afghanistan and Iraq. But there will be exceptions made for some soldiers, like the ones registered to vote in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida.


Post a Comment

<< Home