Celeste Headlee, author of "We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations that Matter," shares tips on how to have better conversations with your peers.
Yowser: There are parades all over this country throughout the year that honor our military services. From national holidays to civic occasions and annual community celebrations and even celebrations of individuals returning from deployment, these parades display men and women in uniform at the front of the procession. This honors all those who serve and who have served as the solemn reminder that we, as a nation will do whatever it takes in sacrifice to defend our freedoms as a way of life. These parades rarely if ever display any military hardware or huge legions of precision military drill personell. We honor the person's service, not the leadership's input. If the President wants to see a real parade which honors our service people past and present, hecan come to our town on Memorial Day and march down main street with us to the local cemetery where we honor all those from our area who served and are buried. That is what this country is all about