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Toy Soldiers Back in Vogue!

Since we live in a time where there are so many choices, and people have so many things that we are flummoxed about great gift ideas, I thought I would post this Christmas list from the folks at NRO. It has some great gift suggestions, including this one, which was my favorite:

"For any young sons or nephews: a war toy. As my grandfather used to say: "Peace on earth and mercy mild, a commando set for every child." Giving war toys comes with an added advantage — the people it annoys, pacifists, parsons and 'responsible' physicians, all need, badly, and often, to be annoyed. Start with a classic GI Joe."


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