“We bought U.S.-made chalk ourselves,” she said. “It was the best quality.”

It is gratifying to see the smiles of the children in Kabul and elsewhere celebrating the overthrow of the brutal Taliban. However, I am still very worried about the future — things do not seem even remotely settled. When you corner a dangerous animal, that’s when it becomes the most dangerous. If the terrorists have nothing to lose, what’s to stop them from unleashing everything they have against us?

I do feel we’re off to a good start, though. 🙂

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