Monthly Archives: November 2015

My heartfelt gratitude this Thanksgiving – my perspective

​”Courage is being scared to death – and saddling up anyway.”   John Wayne Good Day Fellow Americans and Patriots It is Thanksgiving week and the word itself – thanksgiving – causes us to stop and reflect upon the many … Continue reading

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“Radical Islam”: The two words Barack Obama refuses to say

I don’t know about any of you but I am totally beside myself – ticked off on the heels of the radical Islamist Jihadist terror attack that occurred in Paris this past weekend. I, like many of you, have watched … Continue reading

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Stark Reality on the mean streets of Los Angeles

There has been a lot of negative press over the past six months about law enforcement and the actions of some individual police officers.  I must admit that some of the news reports are concerning but these few incidents pale … Continue reading

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Thank a veteran for your freedom – give them our much needed support

Veterans Day is the one day each year that is set aside to honor all those who have served and who are serving in our military. For me, this day ranks right up there with Independence Day and Memorial Day. … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Marines – 240 years of service.

I was standing on the famous Yellow Foot Prints at the Receiving Barracks at US Marine Corps Recruiting Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina 34 years ago this year. The distinct memories of that experience feel like it was yesterday. … Continue reading

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