A Hyphenated America?

On this Friday, September 9, 2011, as we approach the 10th anniversary of the 9-11-01 Islamic Terror bombings, I am proud to be an unhyphenated American. I am third-generation Italian; my grandparents on both sides landed at Ellis Island in the late 19th and early 20th Century. But I am not an Italian-hyphen-American. I am a white farm boy from Wisconsin. But I am not a white-hyphen-American farm boy. I am a United States Marine. But I am not a …


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2 comments on “A Hyphenated America?

  1. Billy Moore on said:

    Amen, Randy. You nailed it head on. Great article. WE ARE AMERICANS! Heck, we all have some ancestory from somewhere. I have Irish, German and English in my ancestory. I guess I am a mutt. But I am an American. That is what matters. Especially now, we need to all be American brothers and sisters.

  2. Doug DeFabio on said:

    Randy is a great American and PRB is a great American magazine for publishing works like this. That’s why I like you guys.

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