The Last World War I Battle.

Younger American generations don’t know wartime by experience. Since conscription even in peacetime ended in 1973, military service is voluntary, so most of us don’t know military service. Although the United States suffered a terrorist attack on 9/11, the year was 2001, and current college-aged students have no contemporaneous memory of living through even that kind of nationwide crisis and feeling the very real trust we have in our military for domestic protection. History honors our veterans of the United States Armed Forces and annually our grateful nation recognizes the devotion and selfless service our men and women give freely.

Jenna Ellis joins Rod today at 4:35 to discuss this debate.

Read More of Jenna's article in The Daily Wire

:https://www.dailywire.com/news/38221/ellis-why-one-wwi-memorial-especially-important-jenna-ellis

 

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