We are much closer today to being able to send humans to the Red Planet than we were to being able to send men to the Moon in 1961.
A late but welcome homage to America's WW II airmen.
A true representative of a generation that really had what it takes.
Do we prefer the world as it has been since 1945 to the world as it was before 1945?
This year's Earth Day needs to be dedicated to the search for the many proud cities and towns that were thriving in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries now be sleeping beneath the waves.