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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page August OUR OPINION Our gratitude should be alive 60 years later WHAT AMI YOUM I What are your memories of the end of World War II What do you think our nation learned from the sacrifices made 60 years ago How did the war shape todays world Send your thoughts to War Memories 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 or send email to F or many of the vet erans who fought in the Pacific and for those who sur vived the brutal condi tions in the prisoner of war and labor the war against the Japanese in the Far East will always be the forgotten When Victory in Europe VE Day arrived in May it signalled the end of the war in but as thousands of people took to the streets in cele many servicemen and their families were preparing themselves for what turned out to be three long months of continued That suffering finally came to a close on the day on which the Allies announced the surrender of Japanese forces during World War II or Victory over Japan With each passing it is getting harder and harder to find survivors of World War II men and women who believed enough in democracy to fight for Whether they fought in Europe or in the 60 years later we still owe them a debt of grati We would not have the freedoms we enjoy without the sacrifices made by rneir If you know a World War II make it a point this week to extend to that veteran a word of TODAY IN HISTORY By The Associated Press Today is the 228th day of There are 137 days left in the Todays Highlight in History On Elvis Presley died at Graceland Mansion in at age On this date In American forces won the Revolutionary War Battle of In Detroit fell to British and Indian forces in the War of In the original Siamese Chang and Eng arrived in Boston to be exhibited to the Western In a telegraphed message from Britains Queen Victoria to President James Buchanan was transmitted over the recently laid transAtlantic In President Lincoln prohibited the states of the Union from trading with the seceding states of the In baseball legend Babe Ruth died in New York at age In Adlai Stevenson was nominated for president at the Democratic national convention in LETTERS POLICY Letters must be 250 words or HeraldZeitung reserves the right to edit all Guest columns should be 500 words or less and must be accompanied by a Address and telephone number must be included so authorship can be Mail letters to Letters to Editor HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New TX 781311328 Fax them to 830 6063413 email them to HeraldZeitung Serving New llraunfeb anil Carnal County sinec New Braunfols Zoitung was founded 1852 New Braunfels Herald was founded The two papers merged in 1957 and printed in both German and English until Managing Editor Editor and Publisher Circulation Director Advertising Director Business Manager News Editor Gary Maltland DougToney Jeff Fowtor NaiceBalJ Valeria Shialds David Rupkalvlt Pirro Hillary Clinton will be a battle royal for New York Senate seat DICKMORRIS Dick Morris was an adviser to Bill Clinton for 20 Westchester District Attorney Jea nine Pirro is about to formally announce her candidacy for Sen ate from New which will pit her against I Hilary in a battle This is just the kind of fight that Clinton would have hoped to While Hillary would have no problem dispatching an oppo nent like Nixon soninlaw Edward Cox or Yonkers Mayor John Spencer the two other possible GOP Pirro presents a real Jeanine Pirro is progun proaffir mative progaycivil unions and proimmigra of shes a In a Hillary will have to end up running against someone who is quite like herself in her public posi tions of Pirro is a good old fashioned toughonter ror Republican from the Hillary would love to cloak her Senate re election as a necessity in the face of a deter mined GOP effort to overturn Roe Wade and to roll back the clock on gun But against she will be disarmed of all her best She will have to run on her own which is limited at on the other can point out that Hillary refuses to say that she will serve out her term if elected since we all know that the day the returns are in she will start her campaign for Hillary has her own twist on the famous line of Sher man If I refuse to The Quinnipiac Poll recently found that Hillary beat Pirro by more than 30 percent age points but in the same 60 per cent of the states voters said that Clin ton should pledge to serve out her full term if she runs for the Pirro looks weak in the polls right now because she only has about a 30 percent level of real name recognition But the fact that about one Hillary voter in three says that Clinton should promise not to run for president if she seeks reelec tion to the Senate is an indication that all will not be well for her as she seeks a sec ond If Hillary faced a rightwing voters would overlook her refusal to prom ise to serve if elected but with they may come to feel that they have a Pirro for that she would join the bipartisan group of 14 senators who promised to save the Sen ate from destruction by pledging to support reasonable judicial nominees and to refrain from unreasonable And Pirro doesnt need to beat Hillary to wound If she finishes less than the 12 points behind Clinton that Rick Lazio man aged in the 2000 it will be a victory of Hillary will have some explaining to do to tell why fewer New Yorkers wanted her to be reelected than voted for her in the first at some Clinton may feel Pirro gaining on them and wonder if it is worth the Its worth remembering that Hillary did not want Bill to run for reelection for gov ernor of Arkansas in 1990 as he contem plated a race for president in Back then she had a better idea She would run in his place Hillary almost has a lock on the Democ ratic nomination in 2008 and can build up a massive financial and political lead over all possible But if she is engaged in a nipandtuck battle in New York to keep what she already she will have to divert million or million from her presidential race and spend her time in rather than in If Pirro posts some early particular ly where it is cheap to do early Hillary and BiU may read the handwriting on the wall and she may pull out of the United Statat Government PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH 1600 Pennsylvania NW 20500 KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON Russell Senate Office Building Room 284 20510 Telephone 202 2245922 Fax 202 2240776 Web Send emails through Web SAN ANTONIO OFFICE 145 Duncan Suite 120 San Antonio 78226 Telephone 210 3402885 Fax 210 3496753 JOHN CORNYN Russell SenateHart Room 517 20510 Telephone 202 2242934 Fax 202 2282856 Web Send emails through Web AUSTIN OFFICE 221 West Sixth Suite 1530 Austin 78701 Telephone 512 4696034 Fax 512 4696020 SAN ANTONIO OJTICE 600 Suite 210 San Antonio 78205 Telephone 210 2247485 Fax 210 2248569 CONGRESSMAN LAMAR SMITH Rayburn House Office Building Room 2184 20515 Telephone 202 2254236 Fax 202 2258628 Web address Send emails through Web 1100 NE Loop Suite 640 San Antonio 78209 Telephone 210 8215024 Fax 210 8215947 HENRY CUELLAR 1404 Longworth House Office Building 20515 Telephone 202 2251640 Fax 202 2251641 Web address SAN ANTONIO OFFICE 1149 Commerce Suite 210 San Antonio 78205 Telephone 210 2712851 Fax 210 2776671 GOVERNOR HOW TO COMACT Texas Government RICK PERRY State Room Box 12428 Austin 78711 Telephone 800 8435789 Fax STATE CARTER CASTEEL 254 Mill New Braunfels 78130 Telephone 830 6270215 Toll Free 866 6874961 Fax 830 6278895 Email address STATE SENATE JEFF WENTWORTH 1250 NE Loop Suite 720 San Antonio 78209 Telephone 210 8267800 WHILE Telephone Fax 512 4637794 Email address JUDITH ZAFFIRINI SAN ANTONIO OFFICE 12702Toepperwein RoadI San Antonio 78233 Telephone 210 6570095 The major emphasis of our country should be the family CHARLEY Charley Reese is a columnist for King Fea tures You can write to him at Box The formula for a successful nation was spelled out a long time ago by Chinese Nothing in the modern world renders it It is one of those universal truths that remain true for all times and for all The men of first set up good government in their own states wanting good government in their they first established order in their own families wanting order in the they first disci plined themselves desiring self they rectified their own hearts and wanting to rectify their they sought precise ver bal definitions of their inarticu late the sages One of the traits that distin guish the modern liberal is the belief in systemic problems and therefore systemic solu The conservative recognizes that all human problems begin with the The believing that crime is a result of societal thinks if the socie ty is crime will The conservative knows While all humans must adapt to their happiness is not depend ent on the but rather on the individuals assessment of his envi More the environ ment cannot change the A wise Jewish doctor who survived the death camps discovered that Sigmund Freud who believed that if the re straints of civilization were people would revert to animal savagery In the camps where those restraints were he said those who came in good remained good those who came in bad remained In other whether one is kind or ruthless is not a product of the environ It is a product of what is in the in dividuals To use a more common all that alcohol does is lower a mean drunk is a mean per son even when A ruthlessly selfish person is a ruthlessly selfish person even in ordinary That is why governments ability to control individuals is quite It can attempt to manipulate their and it can apply sanctions to certain But laws and penalties against murder cannot change a If they there would be no Laws and penal ties against fraud and theft cannot change a just as the Chinese sages all reforms must not only start with the individual but be carried out by the While extreme such as poverty that threatens the life of a mans might cause an honest man to steal to keep his family such a per son remains an honest whereas the dishonest individual will steal even when he is The corporate crooks we see today were already rich beyond the dreams of the average but they stole Avarice rules their One of the advantages of religion is that virtually all the major religions rec ognize the reality of human which is flawed and they concentrate on helping the individual rectify his own heart rather than seek societal George Washington recognized He pointed out that a free republic requires virtuous Religion is the only force that can teach virtue to masses of anyone who is an ene my of religion is an enemy of a free Organized of cannot escape human rabbis and imams can be bad But on the religion will re form more people than a million It is well to remember that the greatest mass murderers in human history Pol Pot and MaoTsetung were all They were men who carried secular modern liberalism to its logical Imperfect humans will never create a perfect society or a perfect But we get closer if we aim the major emphasis in our country should not be on immigration or the war on terrorism or global but on the We should always judge each law and each policy on the criteria of what effect it will have on the   

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