Afghanistan Withdrawal: A Lasting Travesty

This week marked the one-year anniversary of our American military’s disastrous, purely-politically-driven (it certainly appeared), and all-too-rapid departure from the nation of Afghanistan.  A departure that seemed to be dictated solely by domestic U.S. political (White House) considerations, and not by any logic or American military reality. There is little … read more

Tribute to Legendary WTOC-TV News Anchor Doug Weathers

On September 12, 2022, following a ceremony at the TV station, a Georgia I-16 Interchange, on Greater Savannah’s westside, was dedicated to legendary, highly-respected, and credible, WTOC-TV news anchor Doug Weathers.  I had the honor and privilege of working with Doug for about fifteen years prior to his retirement.  This … read more

Third Infantry Division’s 1st Armored Brigade Soldiers Return

Earlier this week, several hundred Fort Stewart/3ID soldiers with the 1st Armored Brigade were the first to return, by air, to Hunter Army Airfield, before motoring on to Fort Stewart to greet family members.  This after a hastily-begun five-month deployment to Germany.  Hasty, because the call to deploy came rapidly … read more

Distraction From Our Broken Southern Border

Between the mis-named “Inflation Reduction Act,” which has dominated news coverage for a full week+, and with more to come when the House votes to finalize it, along with the seemingly politically-motivated early morning FBI raid on former President Trump’s Florida residence, which his lawyers were prohibited from monitoring or … read more

“The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022”

This is the eleventh-hour Schumer-Manchin Congressional compromise designed, perhaps, to solve most of American Progressive’s perceived current problems, except for the wide-open southern border, which, if headlined, would have, instead, made it “The Illegal Migrant Acceleration Act.” The intent of the Schumer-Manchin title is actually one-third correct.  The word “Act” … read more

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