‘Obamagate’ Examined; Regulatory Myths; Last Letter Home

Good morning, it’s Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Seventy-six years ago today, a 24-year-old U.S. soldier far from home wrote a letter to his wife, Pauline, who was back in New Castle, Pa. His name was Frank M. Elliott and he served with Company A of the U.S. Army’s 741st Tank Battalion. He was writing from England where his unit was stationed — but not for long.
Less than 10 days from the Normandy invasion, the American fighting men knew that moment was imminent. They didn’t know exactly where or when — and wouldn’t have revealed those details in their letters anyway — but they were…