It was the end of the first Gulf war, and we were having dinner with friends. The lady of the house, flush with pride for the easy victory over the forces of Saddam Hussein, made a remark that I recall almost 20 years later. Published September 23 2010
The interviews I have seen on TV are very much the same: People first indicate that they are not opposed to Muslims and believe in freedom of religion but then say that it is in “bad taste" or “provocative” for a mosque to open in that location. Published September 9 2010
Just before Xmas 1966, I was given orders to go to Saigon to pick up a package that had been sent to the main (civilian) post office there. Published September 7 2010
Mario Salazar is a combat infantry Vietnam Vet, world traveler, renaissance reconnaissance man, pacifist, metal smith, glass artisan, computer programmer and he has a Master of Science in Civil/Environmental Engineering. Now retired from the Environmental Protection Agency and living ...Read More
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