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The Lima News | LCC grad glad to return home

LIMA — Retired U.S. Navy Admiral Tom Lynch said he does not get home much these days.

He was more than happy to return to Lima briefly to help out the school he said helped make him what he is today.

Lynch grew up in Lima and graduated from Lima Central Catholic in 1960. While his career took him away from Lima, he said Lima will always be home. That was why he was more than happy to be the featured speaker at the first Lima Central Catholic Educational Foundation Dinner fundraiser held in the gymnasium Thursday.

“I just flew in this morning, but I quickly realized home is where the heart is,” Lynch said. “It is a nostalgic feeling being back in Lima. I was born and raised here. No matter where you go, your hometown is who you are.”

After graduating in 1960, Lynch then attended the Naval Academy, where he played football and was team captain in 1963. He later served as superintendent of the Naval Academy from 1991 to 1994 and retired from the Navy in 1995. Lynch is now serving as chairman of the board at Mortgage Bank NewDay USA, a mortgage lending company aimed at helping veterans.

Trump Force One Is Ready for Takeoff

Donald Trump has long had a thing about Air Force One. He denigrated the presidential jet on the campaign trail, calling it “a step down … in every way” from his own plane, a gilded Boeing 757. He mocked Air Force One’s fuel-guzzling engines and blasted President Obama for taking it to campaign rallies and on vacation. Then, one Tuesday in December, after Trump won the presidency but before he had a chance to ride on the aircraft, he picked up his Android phone and tweeted about a nascent project to replace the presidential jet with an even more powerful and capable craft. “Costs are out of control, more than $4 billion,” he wrote at 8:52 a.m. “Cancel order!”

At Boeing Co.’s offices in Washington, D.C., executives hastily canceled their routine morning strategy meeting. The Air Force One project, known blandly as the Presidential Aircraft Recapitalization program, hadn’t been the topic of any recent news coverage, but within minutes it was leading every cable news channel. When the stock market opened, Boeing shares dipped a little more than 1 percent.

How many Czars does it take for Obama to rule America with an iron fist and a hammer and sickle?

Will his National Security Force become his enforcer? Where in the Constitution are these individuals given authority?

1. Technology Czar: Aneesh Chopra.
2. Drug Czar: Gil Kerlikowske.
3. Copyright Czar: Not appointed yet.

How many dim witting right wingers will be confused by a metaphoric job title?