I've been saying for years that military, both active and retired, should have a separate lane or station at airports and bus stations for screening. I saw this story this morning and it got under my skin.
I read a letter that appeared over the weekend in the Buffalo News from a man who attended a Sabres game a few weeks back with his 20-year old son home on leave from the Marines. Before the game they went to a bar near the arena and the man ordered two beers for himself but was told he could only be served one because his son is under 21. And they were further told that his son could not even sit at the bar because he's underage.
Here's something you probably never heard of because the media tends to overlook our wounded veterans. This story actually took place a few months ago, but I feel compelled to bring this up again for those who have not seen this...
One of my personal missions in life is to remind people that our servicemen and women are fighting for you and me every day. Perhaps you have noticed that I try to play a lot of songs for military personnel and their families on my Noon Tunes show...
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