Nov
19
2016

Mike Lester realizes that he could have easily been one of the more than 58,000 US fatal casualties of the tragic Viet Nam war. He is a very grateful man who has experienced the extremes of combat and the terrible rejection upon return by family, friends and the nation he fought for. “They didn’t know […]

Nov
14
2016

Norman Collins was born in the small Southeast Texas town of Votaw in 1924. He has always been a hard-working person. When drafted into the Army at age 18, and after all the physical tests, they asked him, “What do you do at home?” Norman replied, “Well, just whatever is around there to do.” His […]

Nov
9
2016

For too long the Washington establishment has been in control of the American government with an elitist attitude of arrogantly building their own power regimes and entrenching themselves as wealthy career politicians. We, mere citizens, have wondered in vain where the statesmen are these days. Where is the person that will run for office who […]

Nov
5
2016

  Steve Porter spent twenty-one years and seven months in the United States Army and he thoroughly enjoyed his military career. He says, “Yes, I enjoyed it. I met a lot of very good people. But I was just a paper and pencil pusher.” Well, I must say that the United States Army could not […]

Oct
19
2016

It is that time of year again. The night of the dead will be upon us shortly. Yes, Halloween, the spooky time of year when many countries celebrate the dead in such weird ways. Ghosts & goblins; haunted houses and witches; black cats and jack-o-lanterns are prominent in every neighborhood and it all culminates on […]