Monthly Archives: April 2016

A Growing Darkness

Does this sign remind you of what is happening in our society?  It sure says something to me.  There seems to be no real, reliable direction for most folks.  It is a me first, feel good, “oh whatever,” sort of existence devoid … Continue reading

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Jane Eyre still speaks to us today

I’m not at all good at mining the deepest riches of art or music or literature.  Not at all.  Others can see so much more that passes right over me.  But, I do love being able to profit from the … Continue reading

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Who will help us trust again?

Anger. Just about everyone can agree on one thing – that anger is the number one emotion in today’s political arena. This article by John Horvat II appeared at: Crisis Magazine as: Broken Trust: The Cause of Angry Politics, and … Continue reading

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CyberWar

Warfare has always been a very interesting topic for me, even before serving as a naval officer right out of college and later attending the National War College during my FBI days. While the nature and means of war waging have … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz and His Christian Faith

Ted Cruz was a sort of background noise for me prior to his candidacy for president.  I knew of his political ambitions and felt a bit sorry for him when he was called every bad name in the books for … Continue reading

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