Category Archives: Book Review

Way of the Warrior Kid

By | November 23, 2021

[November 23, 2021]  Retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink is the author behind the best-selling Warrior Kid book series.1  I just bought his fourth and latest in the series.  Do we need another series of self-help books about “kids?” Given the destruction by well-meaning but misguided politicians in their safe-at-all-costs policies, I think Jocko has hit a home run… Read More »

Reading List (Update):  Brutal Combat

By | October 11, 2021

[October 11, 2021]  The failure of the United States’ retreat from Afghanistan is an epic disaster, the fallout we will face for many decades.  Our television generals and admirals are pontificating from their climate-controlled armchairs and telling us that America’s longest war was unwinnable, immoral, and made the world less safe.  All that Flag Officer preaching is a… Read More »

Reading List (Update):  D-Day

By | April 1, 2021

[April 1, 2021]  If I were asked to name an event in world history that stood out the most, certainly the Allied Invasion of France on 6 June 1944 would be it.  Hundreds of books and articles are written that give us something important; insight into what freed the world from one form of tyranny.  Understanding the events… Read More »

Reading List (Update):  The Big Lie

By | January 25, 2021

[January 25, 2021]  The more I hear about domestic disturbances across America and see folks blaming it on fascism, the more interested I have become in understanding the fascist movement.  On a recent recommendation from my wife, I watched a lecture by Dinesh D’Souza on the origins of Nazism in Europe.  I was intrigued by his idea that… Read More »