Veterans Want Yet Another Monument to “Honor” Their “Service”

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According to the Washington Times, “Veterans of the war on terrorism say they deserve a monument in downtown Washington to recognize their sacrifices, but they are hindered by a rule that says a conflict must be long finished in order to build a memorial, leading some to wonder how to commemorate a ‘never-ending war.’” It turns out that “under the Commemorative Works Act of 1997, a war memorial can’t be authorized until at least 10 years after it officially ends.” The Pentagon has admitted that the “war on terror” will never end.

10:03 am on April 21, 2014
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