The annual Veterans Day festivities was overshadowed a bit last week by the looming election but we would be remiss if we did not — even at this late hour — stop and give thanks to all of those who served, fought and died for our nation since its inception.

While the nation stops every Nov. 11 and calls attention to our military veterans, in truth every day should be Veterans Day.

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