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Editor’s note: Pulitzer Prize-winning World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle wrote the following column after a stay with the 36th Division units near Mignano and Venafro, Italy. Pyle was later killed on April 18, 1945, by Japanese forces. The Bulletin runs this column each year near Memorial Day.
Ernie Pyle Sculpture and Franklin Hall
Ernie Pyle sculpture on the campus of the University of Indiana.
JUST THINKING: Nanny state turnaround can continue
One of my favorite songs begins, Everyone needs compassion, a love thats never failing, let mercy fall on me. True words, most everyone has…