Tag Archives: Vietnam Veteran

A love letter to our country courtesy of Senator John McCain

Like most people, I was not surprised by the news of Senator McCain’s death this past Saturday. For the last 13 months, he and his family tried to find the best course of treatment after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. The prognosis was bleak, but he seemed to face this final chapter of his life with […]

A lesson from a Vietnam Veteran after half a century of grief and guilt

I know this is longer than most blog posts – in fact, it’s more of a story than a post, but this past Sunday was the 50th anniversary of an event that took place half-way around the world and changed the lives of some brave young men forever. So please indulge me and read about these soldiers and their story.

You’ll always remember your first … book launch!

SACO – First the apology, then the promise. I haven’t written anywhere near as many blog entries as I wanted to or should have. For that I’m sorry. It’s hard to establish a readership if you don’t write consistently. I know that. Given that it’s almost time for the election, things will change. I’ve made […]