freedom: n. 1.the condition of being free of restraints, 2. Liberty of the person from slavery, detention, or oppression. 3a. Political independence. b. Exemption from the arbitrary exercise of authority in the performance of a specific action, civil liberty; freedom of assembly, ....etc. American Heritage Dictionary, 4th ed.

Freedom is not a free good "blowing in the wind."   Requires huge sacrifices of service men and women and costly defense expenditures, worldwide.

Hopefully, those of you reading this blog realize this issue and make your voices resonate in cyberspace for "world peace and planet survival."

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