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Judith Miller

CONGERVILLE-Judith Ann Miller, 81, of Congerville, passed away on Monday, February 21, 2022 at Carle BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, IL. She was born January 7, 1941 in Peoria, IL to Ralph and Blanche (Boyer) Smith. She married Fred Miller on August 31, 1957 in Carlock IL. Surviving is her...
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Judith C. Miller, 81, of Oskaloosa, died at 7:04 a.m. November 5, 2021 at Oskaloosa Care Center. She was born October 24, 1940 in Marion, IN to Grover and Edith Sherman Borders. Judy married Wilfred Miller on October 22, 1978. Judy had worked at the Good Samaritan Society-Keosauqua as a...
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Judith Miller: Biden and Pope Francis meet as the Vatican welcomes visitors post-COVID

Visitors have finally resumed flocking to Vatican City, at 108 acres, the world’s smallest city-state. After the Vatican’s 14-month pandemic induced closure, the longest in its modern history, Pope Francis has been receiving a bevy of prominent guests – Germany’s President Walter Steinmeier and outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and this Friday, before heading to a pair of international summits, President Biden.
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Judith Miller: Biden and his generals tell two very different stories about Afghanistan. Which one's true?

President Joe Biden and his top military officials seem to inhabit separate universes. In testimony Tuesday before the Senator Armed Services Committee, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley, and Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, contradicted several of their commander in chief’s assertions about his controversial decision to withdraw American forces from Afghanistan.
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Judith Miller: Biden double crosses France – president's errors have allies questioning his competence

The Biden administration’s unforced errors in foreign affairs keep on mounting. First was the deadly, botched exit from Afghanistan and ensuing humanitarian disaster. Then came the Pentagon’s belated disclosure that its Aug. 29 drone strike in Kabul killing 10 civilians, seven of them children, which the Defense Department mischaracterized for weeks, was, in fact, a mistake, or as a Pentagon spokesman put it, a "horrible tragedy of war."

Judith Miller: Biden's Afghan debacle is devastating. It's been made worse because he won't own his mistakes

Editor’s note: This commentary first appeared in City Journal. While assuring Americans that "the buck stops with me," President Joe Biden spent much of his speech Monday blaming everyone else but himself and his administration for the foreign policy catastrophe unfolding in Afghanistan. During his defiant, defensive speech, Biden blamed...

Judith Miller: Israel-Palestinian conflict – why violence has real consequences for Israel's Arabs, Hamas

When Middle Eastern summer heat coincided earlier this week with Muslim holy days and a long-simmering property dispute in Jerusalem, the result was predictably explosive. So far, dozens of Palestinians and six Israelis have died in the exchange of the rockets fired at Israeli civilians by Hamas from Gaza and Israel’s retaliatory air strikes on Gazan military targets. But there are unprecedented aspects to the latest round of violence, the worst in seven years, that deeply trouble Israelis.
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Judith Dianne Deal Miller of Granite Falls went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, April 15, 2021, at Frye Regional Medical Center, with her family by her side. Born Jan. 10, 1941, in Union County, S.C., to the late Clyde Deal and Madelyn Brasington Deal. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, Jerry Deal.
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Judith Miller: Saudi Arabia's release of activist Loujain al-Hathloul hails a rocky road ahead

The release of a prominent female activist this week is Saudi Arabia’s latest gesture to curry favor with the Biden administration. Will it work?. Under intense American and international pressure, Saudi Arabia has released from prison Loujain al-Hathloul, who led the charge for women to drive in the kingdom. But far more is at stake than the fate of the country’s most prominent feminist activist, or that of other women and male activists who are not famous and still languish in Saudi jails.
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SYMSONIA — Judith Ann Miller, 80, of Symsonia, died on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021, at her residence. She was a member of Symsonia United Methodist Church, a graduate of Murray State University and a homemaker. She is survived by two nieces, Patricia Scott of Stuart, Florida, and Natalie Brown of...
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