20 Year Army Vet Owns Stephen King

The leftists calling for the U.S. to "get involved" in the Russian invasion of Ukraine are meeting with a great deal of resistance, as well they should. I am not taking a position for or against war, I just think that people who want to get the U.S. into wars should lead by example. As … Continue reading 20 Year Army Vet Owns Stephen King

A Story of Unexpected Hate, and Unexpected Love: “Dog”

Opening credits from the movie "Dog" "Dog" is a movie about an Army Ranger (Briggs) who must drive a very troubled dog (LuLu) cross country to attend the funeral of the Army Ranger (Rodriguez) that LuLu had always worked with. Rodriquez committed suicide. Because LuLu is so profoundly troubled, the plan is to have her … Continue reading A Story of Unexpected Hate, and Unexpected Love: “Dog”

Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program

As I may have said once or twice before, since the end of World War II, our nation’s military has won almost all the battles while not really winning any wars. This suggests that it is high time to consider new strategies, even different tactics, techniques, and procedures. We are a nation at war whether … Continue reading Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program

Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

As I may have said once or twice before, since the end of World War II, our nation’s military has won almost all the battles while not really winning any wars. This suggests that it is high time to consider new strategies, even different tactics, techniques, and procedures. We are a nation at war whether … Continue reading Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

As I may have said once or twice before, since the end of World War II, our nation’s military has won almost all the battles while not really winning any wars. This suggests that it is high time to consider new strategies, even different tactics, techniques, and procedures. We are a nation at war whether … Continue reading Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

CHINA’S RARE-EARTH DOMINANCE – A DEATH KNELL FOR FREE WORLD

“Change is constant, but no amount of change will turn the attitude of vulture to that of eagle.” ― Bamigboye Olurotimi Over the past several decades, while the United States was busy with unnecessary wars and the European Union was hoping to bring China into the democratic fold, China single-mindedly continued on it’s economic path. Its leaders … Continue reading CHINA’S RARE-EARTH DOMINANCE – A DEATH KNELL FOR FREE WORLD

Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

As I may have said once or twice before, since the end of World War II, our nation’s military has won almost all the battles while not really winning any wars. This suggests that it is high time to consider new strategies, even different tactics, techniques, and procedures. We are a nation at war whether … Continue reading Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux

Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux 1

Originally written and published in April 2019. Enjoy krap As I may have said once or twice before, since the end of World War II, our nation’s military has won almost all the battles while not really winning any wars. This suggests that it is high time to consider new strategies, even different tactics, techniques, … Continue reading Rethinking the DOD’s Foreign Area Officer Program – Redux 1

Saying Thank you to Veterans, Part 2: Rough Men and Ungrateful Women

"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." There is some debate about who originally stated the above quote: it might have been George Orwell, or it might have been Richard Grenier paraphrasing George Orwell. Whoever said it, it is indisputably true. The … Continue reading Saying Thank you to Veterans, Part 2: Rough Men and Ungrateful Women