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Remembering those who died while serving their country… A grateful nation thanks you. —Michael

If you are lucky enough this weekend to enjoy the spring weather, perhaps a Memorial Day meteor storm, time with the grandkids, or with old friends much valued, please join us in thanking those that fell on the battlefield protecting our freedom. —Melissa

Memorial Day, Lest We Forget —John Kass

Take a minute to remember our fallen heroes —Texarkana Gazette

Five Commanders to Honor This Memorial DayJohn Hood, Issues & Insights

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Selected opinions and news today:

Alasdair MacIntyre’s Essential Liberalism—Roger Kimball, American Greatness

Something About School Shootings —Clarice Feldman, USSA News

No duty to protect — BEN BOYCHUK, AM. GREATNESS

Poverty & Violent Crime Don’t Go Hand in HandBarry Latzer, City Journal

New Bid to Spin Hunter Biden’s LaptopMiranda Devine, New York Post

Lowering Standards in the Name of Equity Harms MinoritiesDC Examiner

Progressive Policy Experiments Hurt People They Claim To HelpNew York Post

Why Not Polygamy?Cheryl Mendelson, Quillette

An Argument Against Mr. Buffett’s Anti-Crypto Stance Stephen McBride, RiskHedge

La Nina Is Being Weird, and It’s Defying Climate ModelsSeth Borenstein, AP

One Billion People Are At Risk Of Rolling Blackouts This Summer —ZeroHedge