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VETERANS

Freedom isn’t free, but don’t worry, real patriots are serving and paying the dues for the rest of us.
From the column: "Tinnitus and hearing loss are currently the top two service-connected disabilities for U.S. veterans, with three in five returning military members suffering from one or both."
From the column: "Yet another government program ... has gotten way too big."

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Patrick Jary’s TikTok account, @patriotickenny, has 1.8 million followers.
From the editorial: "And just how does (the Duluth City Council vote this week) jibe with the state law?"
The agreement should keep an annual tradition alive.
Legislators are looking to ease a more-than-century-old spending provision.
Minnesota 96-year-old Arnold "Buck" J. Zahratka told reporters that he was amazed by the commendation and reflected on his service in the U.S. Army during the pivotal battle.
From the column: "Sadly, many politicians in Minnesota today do not care enough about veterans, and they should be ashamed."

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The least our city should do to honor veterans is waive all fees for this parade now and in the future.
From the column: "While this decision was met with handshakes and smiles all around, a Minnesota city cannot simply subsidize the cost of a Memorial Day parade."
The city also insulted all veterans.

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