Via Star Telegram:

Like most Americans, I’ve spent the last few weeks contemplating the implications of Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, including those that extend beyond ever-increasing gasoline prices and grocery bills. As I was explaining to my inquisitive 6-year-old, war is, sadly, a perennial state of human existence. This isn’t the first war of her lifetime, and no matter how much we strive for peace throughout the world, it won’t be the last.

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