Good List of Websites for Reading

By | February 28, 2023

[February 28, 2023]  My surgery is postposed, bummer!  But I’m recovering from a bad case of the disappointments.  Some of my daily favorite reading comes from these websites.  Let me know if have any to add to the list.



Please read my books:

  1. “55 Rules for a Good Life,” on Amazon (link here).
  2. “Our Longest Year in Iraq,” on Amazon (link here).
Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I provide one article every day. My writings are influenced by great thinkers such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Jung, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Jean Piaget, Erich Neumann, and Jordan Peterson, whose insight and brilliance have gotten millions worldwide to think about improving ourselves. Thank you for reading my blog.

17 thoughts on “Good List of Websites for Reading

    1. Bernie

      Right Pen Q and I found this article particularly revealing on their site: “Biden’s Growing Credibility Gap”
      All along, US Pres Joe Biden has been undermining the truth and encouraging people to lie, and lie repeatedly, about anything they want or hate. Just his way of being a politician first wanting power and a patriot and honest person last.

  1. DaveV

    Once again, Gen. Satterfield gives us a valuable resource. I took some time yesterday to read a few of these blogs (many I already knew about and have been reading for a while). Some of them are much better than I originally thought. There is some overlap, of course, since they tend toward giving us important, up to date info on daily life, but also the writers are showing us how to be better people.

    1. Doug Smith

      Yes, Dave, and I recommend scrolling thru them over the next few days and read some of the articles that fancy you. I notice a slight conservative slant in many of them too.

  2. Greek Senator

    Great news of us from you-know-where. We all love this website too much for it to be down for any length of time. Gen. Satterfield is a constant source of good news a advice. I’m one happy “Greek Senator.” Yeah!

  3. Marx and Groucho

    Good news for us all. I told my wife that I expected Gen. Satterfield to be back on line quicker than maybe he was thinking and here we are. Well done!

    1. Emma Archambeau

      Well said. I’m certainly happy things are back on track, but i suspect that the surgery is postponed to another date which I’m sure Gen. Satterfield will again let us know the details. Keep your head up and focus on what you have now and what we can help each other with. Gosh, did I end that sentence with a preposition. My English teacher in HS would be aghast. And so she should.

      1. Greg Heyman

        Lots and lots of excitement in the Gen. Satterfield house hold tonight.

  4. Dead Pool Guy

    Ack, glad I logged on to double check. Thx Gen. S. for the list of great websites. Gives me a bit of insight into your mind.

  5. Audrey

    Welcome back Gen. Satterfield. We missed you. Yes, BUMMER! that your surgery is postponed. I’m sure that it took a lot of prep to get ready.

    1. Fred Weber

      Yeah, bummer that the operation was put off. I’m sure that was disappointing. Thanks Audrey.


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