Category Archives: Guest Writer

The FBI Goes Full Woke

By | January 26, 2024

By guest blogger Delf A. “Jelly” Bryce [See Biography] [January 26, 2024]  Greetings!  Yeah, I’m back.  General Satterfield hounded me to give an appraisal on the decline of America’s FBI and here it is.  You’re not going to like what I have to say, and the FBI bureaucrats won’t either. Okay, here we go with my main points… Read More »

Capitalism’s Last Breath: The Battle for Free Speech and Democracy

By | September 14, 2023

[September 14, 2023]  For all of human history, the idea of business has always been predicated on one thing—making money. Later, refine the product, draw in more consumers, and make more money. No longer. The age of capitalism is either dead or we’re witnessing the silent, cringing death throes of a conquered entity. What does this have to… Read More »

Fear, Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, Islamophobia

By | August 31, 2023

[August 31, 2023]  When I began this leadership blog almost ten years ago, I had a few friends write an occasional column.  Sadako Red, a pen name, became more popular because of his wit and penchant for getting into sticky situations and his nimble ability to extract himself from the most uncomfortable and dangerous situations.  And no one… Read More »

To be a Man, is to be a Good Man

By | December 5, 2022

[December 5, 2022]  General Satterfield’s recent article asking “how do I become a man?” sparked my thinking about my dad.  When talking to others, I always described my dad as a good man.  And then it hit me, he was a man because he was a good man. He was a fabulous dad but when I speak of… Read More »

Putting the Structure Into Place To Help Military Kids Thrive

By | September 24, 2022

[September 24, 2022]  The life of military kids can be an exciting and varied one, but it also has the potential to be unhappy. According to public media advocates The American Homefront Project, research has shown that the frequent moves that military teens are subjected to can develop isolation and harm their mental health. It’s a fairly common tale; a new… Read More »

Far-reaching Consequences of Wartime Attacks on Education

By | April 8, 2022

[April 8, 2022]  War is never an easy subject to discuss, especially when young children are brought into question. Children of all ages are affected by war in different ways, whether they’re in active war zones or exposed to war through media. According to War Childhood, the destruction of major infrastructure leads to direct effects on children’s education… Read More »