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More pilots like Sully

“We Need More Pilots Like Sully”: The Truth Is, More Pilots Than We Realize Are Like Sully—They’ve Simply Never Faced a Set of Circumstances Which Calls Upon Them to Prove It to the Extent that He Did By Ken K. … Continue reading

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Stewart was a poor standard bearer for drug legalization

Stewart was a poor standard bearer for drug legalization  By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note: The following op-ed was submitted to, but declined for publication by, The Salt Lake Tribune.  It was written in response to the op-ed “Neither Stewart … Continue reading

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D-Day

D-Day: In Commemoration—May We Ever Remember, and Never Forget!  By Ken K. Gourdin Today is D-Day, the 69th anniversary of the landing of Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, France, during World War II.  I was struck by the … Continue reading

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On Heroism

On the Real Meaning of “Heroism” By Ken K. Gourdin A story in today’s Salt Lake Tribune about a young man’s attempt to stage a young girl’s kidnapping and rescue so that he could be seen as a hero caught … Continue reading

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