The American Legion [Volume 160, No. 3 (March 2006)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Poll Positions: Like it or not, scientific polls remain the best way to gauge the American mood. By Frank Newport.
- A Taste for Pork: Today’s Congress loves spending, and our children will suffer for it. By Sen. Tom Coburn.
- The Enemy Within: Two cases suggest the next terror strike on U.S. soil will be carried out not by foreigners but by Americans. By Joel Mowbray.
- The Incredible Shrinking Future: Nanotechnology promises to bring revolutionary changes in medicine and the military. By Jay Stuller.
- On the Border: The Minutemen showed America how to be vigilant without being vigilantes. By Georgie Anne Geyer.
- A Bad Analogy: Sure, the Iraq and Vietnam wars have similarities – just not the ones critics cite. By Peter R. Kann.
- Southern Comfort: From TVs to transportation, the Georgia Legion family provides veterans what the VA budget often does not. By Matt Grills.
- A Sacred Trust: A national newspaper report ignores the Legion’s superior stewardship of donations. By Kenneth Danilson.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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