My friend Mary Katharine Ham at Townhall.com writes the story of a former Duke lacrosse player you haven’t read about. He was one of our “best and brightest” and you need to read his story, even though it has a tragic ending. Here’s what his father had to say about the cause his son gave his life for:
“You cannot put men in the field of battle and then change your mind and go out as a whip-dog. Let the men do their job."
– James Regan, father of Army Ranger Jimmy Regan, who died in northern Iraq on February 9, 2006, when the vehicle he was riding in hit a roadside bomb. He was 26 years old.