Category Archives: Information

U.S. Policy on Ukraine War Shifts

By | February 24, 2023

[February 24, 2023]  In an unexpected turn, U.S. President Joe Biden visited the capital Kyiv, Ukraine, to meet with Volodymyr Zelenskyy to reaffirm the U.S-Ukraine relationship and to promise additional aid.  Before this meeting, U.S. Vice President Harris declared that Russia has “committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine.”  These declarations represent a significant shift in U.S. policy on… Read More »

All the Great Men I’ve Known

By | February 15, 2023

[February 15, 2023]   All the great men I’ve known had a remarkable capacity for controlled aggression.  That aggression was closely contained so they could use it carefully when needed.  And in doing so, they gave them dignity, which made others around them respect them. Many suspect those men were tough, experienced, intelligent military men, but that is not… Read More »

The Culture of Aircraft Crashes

By | February 13, 2023

[February 13, 2023]   Regular readers of this blog know that one of my jobs is to highlight others who can point out lessons we can learn from the mistakes people make.  Petter Hörnfeldt (Mentour Pilot), a Swedish Captain, shows airline failures, mechanical problems, and the human element and explains why aircraft crashes occur. Hörnfeldt is the creator and… Read More »

You Gotta See This Gal:  Jedediah Bila

By | February 8, 2023

[February 8, 2023]  I’m still laughing.  Moments ago, I listened to a video podcast of a real tiger of a woman, Jedediah Bila.  She’s funny, witty, and really out there on today’s women (and men) affairs and how these they have destroyed themselves when it comes to long-term relationships, family, and security.  Jedediah Bila is an American television… Read More »