Woody Williams, the last surviving WWII Medal of Honor recipient, died this week. Should he get a state funeral?
Gazette-Mail editorial: The Medal of Honor is often associated with military glory, but Williams would be the first to say there was nothing glorious about the grisly four hours during which Williams did what he had to do so US troops could advance.
Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, received a medal of honor after WWII. He was 98.
North Central WR T.J. McWilliams picked up a Purdue offer earlier this month and quickly made his decision. McWilliams has a family connection to Purdue coach Jeff Brohm, but said there is a lot more to his choice.
“It’s important we never forget who the deniers were” — as it took the folks at Fox & Friends 10 months and 270,000 dead Americans to realize that masks work in combating Coronavirus. Brian Williams for the win...