Shame on U.S. Army Leaders: by Army Vet

By | June 3, 2021

[June 3, 2021]  Army Vet writes to us today to warn us of the destruction of readiness in the U.S. Army and, by extension, all our Armed Forces.  He places the blame on the wussification of our military on the shoulders of weak senior military leaders. Good leadership is NOT about creating a safe environment where people feel… Read More »

Sabotage of the National Guard: by Army Vet

By | March 5, 2021

[March 5, 2021]  Army Vet writes to us today to alert us to sabotage being carried out against National Guard troops ordered to “protect the U.S. Capitol” and how both their military and civilian leaders categorically failed to do anything meaningful about it. Leadership is defined by results, not by intent:  I gotta go to British newspapers to… Read More »

The Whites of Their Eyes: by Army Vet

By | May 14, 2020

[May 14, 2020]  Army Vet writes to us today about the importance of strength and honor; that we lack these virtues and are suffering for it.  He also emphasizes a common theme of his …  that weak leaders are more common than we might think and they do serious harm. Strength and the next battle:  I have never… Read More »

Kicking Butt and Taking Names: by Army Vet

By | January 11, 2020

[January 11, 2020]  Army Vet writes to us today about the importance of strength and how it keeps us and others out of trouble.  He takes on SJWs, college snowflakes, and weak leaders. Peace through strength:  I must study war so that my sons can study engineering and art.  My profound apologies to Founding Father John Adams; I… Read More »

I Love Being With the Troops: by Army Vet

By | September 14, 2019

[September 14, 2019]  Army Vet tells us a little about his time with troops in the field during peace and war.  He wants us to know what motivates and what a real leader looks like. Their cocky, exuberant, devil-may-care spirit: I love being with the troops.  There is nothing better than sitting in a foxhole (aka an improved… Read More »

Nike Inc. is going Stupid: by Army Vet

By | July 5, 2019

[July 5, 2019] Army Vet looks at Nike Inc. and that he believes they are circulating the intellectual drain because of a number of poor leadership decisions. The latest is their disgraceful decision to pull a U.S.A.-themed shoe off the market because it might offend someone. Looks like Army Vet is more than offended. Life is tough, but… Read More »

Looking Back on Government: by Army Vet

By | February 6, 2019

[February 6, 2019]  Army Vet looks back on his recent experience with some American politicians in Washington D.C. and discusses his observations, surprises, and expectations … and a little secret. The Government owes you Nothing:  I consider myself a fortunate person because I’m not just free to do as I wish but I’m also a FREE THINKER.  Here’s… Read More »

The new U.S. Space Command: by Army Vet

By | December 2, 2018

[December 2, 2018]  Army Vet takes on the idea that a new U.S. Space Command is necessary but makes fun of the idea because its time has not yet come. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope:  Yesterday I was flicking through the cable television channels on my old Sony Trinitron Model KV27 television set and ran… Read More »

On Being a Fake and a Coward: by Army Vet

By | September 30, 2018

[September 30, 2018]  Army Vet gets mixed up in politics today as he calls out the character of Democratic U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut for being a fake Vietnam Veteran and a coward. A politician is to lying what Wisconsin is to cheese?  Some people lie more than others but there is nothing more gut-wrenching and disgusting… Read More »