Nov
11
2017

  During July 2016, Dale Whitesitt, an Army veteran and former paratrooper, wondered aloud how it would be to jump again.  His 19-year-old grand-daughter said, “count me in whenever you want to find out”.  All his previous jumps were from low altitude, 1200 – 2000 feet above ground with a static line opening of the […]

Nov
3
2017

From my youth, I have always been a Houston Astros fan, even though I now live in North Texas and am, of course, a Texas Ranger fan. I’m still an Astros fan. But I’m torn between the two when they play each other. Personally, I wish the Astros had not left the National League. An […]

Oct
30
2017

The world changing Protestant Reformation’s 500th year anniversary date is October 31, 2017. Greatly overshadowed by Halloween in our culture, October 31 in 1517 rocked the world, bringing Europe new understanding of the Bible and freedom from tyrannical practices. One author wrote, “Like a single flaming match dropped into the dry straw of a forest, […]

Aug
14
2017

Of extreme importance to a culture are its landmarks, boundaries and monuments. A culture’s past, the good as well as the not so good, must not be forsaken or forgotten. The good, the bad, the ugly are all important to the understanding of where that particular culture has come from and why it is what […]

Jul
26
2017

Marc Liebman is a retired Navy pilot and is a decorated veteran who has served his country well in Viet Nam and in the Middle East conflicts. He retired with the rank of Captain and today is an accomplished author, writing historical fiction books concerning the military. I will introduce you to his work, but […]