Opinion -- In our military-revering culture, it’s a strange thing for a president to start a war of words with the grieving families of slain soldiers. Strange, yes. But from Donald Trump’s campaign season feud with the parents of Humayun Khan, who died protecting fellow soldiers in Iraq, to his recent feud with the mourning
When our soldiers kill and die in wars we don’t know about and can’t end, we’re not a democracy anymore.
By Peter Certo