Monthly Archives: December 2022

Ukraine War Update 12-20-2022

By | December 20, 2022

[December 20, 2022]  Russia is on the verge of losing thousands of soldiers in an upcoming and crushing defeat on the battlefield.  Before the war, I knew Ukrainian soldiers were good since the U.S. Army had trained with them since 2015.  Their technical savvy and innovativeness were noteworthy.  Like many, I was happily surprised at the resilience and… Read More »

Say What You Have to Say

By | December 15, 2022

[December 15, 2022]  If you are being required to do things that make you weak and ashamed … then stop, don’t do them.  One of the critical messages from Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn and Victor E. Frankl was that things could go terribly out of control when people don’t stop them when they’re mildly out of control.  Many of… Read More »