Some articles on star, gold star families, families:
1958 "A Life and a Half," 1959 "Punch," 1961 "The Martian Star-Gazers," 1962 "Whatever Counts," 1959 "Three Portraits and a Prayer," 1962 Digits and Dastards (1966) "The Children of Night," 1964 "The Fiend," 1964 "Ea ... Happy But Me!) "Some Joys Under the Star," 1973 "The Man Who Ate the World," 1956 "SF The Game-Playing Literature," 1971 (aka The Game-Playing Literature) The Early Pohl (1976 ... a Day at the Lottery Fair," 1983 "The Celebrated No-Hit Inning," 1956 "Some Joys Under the Star," 1973 "Servant of the People," 1983 "Waiting for the Olympians ...
... Gold Star Families for Peace (GSFP) is a United States-based organization founded in January 2005 by individuals who lost family members in the Iraq War, and are thus ... It is considered an offshoot of Military Families Speak Out ... Gold Star Families for Peace now includes more than 65 families of soldiers killed in Iraq ...
Famous quotes containing the words families, gold and/or star:
“There is a city myth that country life was isolated and lonely; the truth is that farmers and their families then had a richer social life than they have now. They enjoyed a society organic, satisfying and whole, not mixed and thinned with the life of town, city and nation as it now is.”
—Rose Wilder Lane (18861965)
“He took the gold from them, formed it in a mold, and cast an image of a calf; and they said, These are your gods, O Israel, who brought you up out of the land of Egypt!”
—Bible: Hebrew, Exodus 32:4.
“For a painter, the Mecca of the world, for study, for inspiration and for living is here on this star called Paris. Just look at it, no wonder so many artists have come here and called it home. Brother, if you cant paint in Paris, youd better give up and marry the bosss daughter.”
—Alan Jay Lerner (19181986)