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A round of ap­plause as well for ac­tor Gary Sinise, a man who is tal­ented on screen and re­mains con­sis­tently de­voted to vet­er­ans, wounded war­riors and mil­i­tary fam­i­lies. Mr. Sinise was re­cently awarded a Bradley Prize dur­ing an evening event at the Kennedy Cen­ter. Granted yearly by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foun­da­tion, the prize goes to those who shore up a na­tional de­fense, Amer­i­can know-how, com­pe­tent gov­ern­ment and a dy­namic mar­ket­place, among other things.

Also re­ceiv­ing a Bradley Prize: Charles Mur­ray, an Amer­i­can En­ter­prise In­sti­tute scholar, au­thor and his­to­rian Andrew Roberts plus re­li­gious leader Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. These es­teemed folks are in good com­pany. Past re­cip­i­ents in­clude John Bolton, Roger Ailes and Jeb Bush. The event it­self will feature Ge­orge Will as master of cer­e­monies.

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