As much as I miss my Dad, I am often glad he does not have to see today’s America. Like so many of his friends… Read More »What Would The Greatest Generation Think About Today?
World War II
Thursday’s horrific bombings in Kabul, Afghanistan were many things. They were shocking and they were infuriating. They were preventable and they were embarrassing. And make no mistake,… Read More »America In Afghanistan: From The Greatest Generation To The Softest In Just 80 Years
The leaders of our country have demonstrated once again that they cannot be trusted to make intelligent, logical, or sane decisions regarding when it is… Read More »Viet Nam to Afghanistan – When Will We Learn?
The final story in Rosone and Watson’s Second American Civil War series, Retribution, is one of the best. In it (no surprise given that it’s… Read More »Review of Retribution by James Rosone and Miranda Watson
Fifty years ago, in Nuremberg, Germany, 23 physicians and scientists stood trial for war crimes committed before and during the second world war. The medical… Read More »The 1947 Nuremberg Code and Covid Vaccine Mandates – Will History Repeat?
One of the greatest Western leaders was Winston Churchill. Standing alone against the weight of the Third Reich and Imperial Japanese, he weathered one of… Read More »Review of Lays of Ancient Rome by Thomas Babington Macauley