A Hyphenated America?

A hyphenated America plays into the hands of our enemy. For the sake of our Republic and our way of life, I hope that 10 years after the most horrific terrorist event on U.S. soil, we can return to the unhyphenated period of American unity that followed, when flags flew and “American” came first.

On this Friday, September 9th, 2011, I am proud to be an unhyphenated American!

Randy Gaddo, a retired Marine, is a regular contributor to PRB and lives in Peachtree City, Ga. Contact him at (678) 350-8642 or e-mail cwo4usmc@comcast.net.

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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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