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On Remembrance Day…

Tweet      It has been just over a year since my son returned home from the War in Afghanistan.  He walked through those gates and into the arms of his fiance and met his son, just 6 days old, for the first time.  I am so unspeakably thankful that he came home whole, physically . . . → Read More: On Remembrance Day…

Sean Bruyea Gets an Apology and…The Ol’ Legal Brush Off

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Jean-Pierre Blackburn offered a typically hollow Harpercon apology to Sean Bruyea for the hell he’d been through:

“I was very troubled to learn that personal information concerning you was shared among public servants who had no need for this information in order to do their work,” Blackburn said in his statement.

“I recognize . . . → Read More: Sean Bruyea Gets an Apology and…The Ol’ Legal Brush Off