Category Archives: Leadership

At Dawn, We Slept

By | December 7, 2020

[December 7, 2020]  December 7, 1941, at 7:53 a.m., Japanese warplanes attacked the U.S. Naval fleet at Pearl Harbor.1  Much has been written in America about the attack – the lessons learned from it and how a weaker yet innovative enemy can blindside a large and powerful nation. In a famous speech, U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt declared the… Read More »

Community Leaders Save San Francisco JROTC

By | December 4, 2020

[December 4, 2020]  The U.S. has experienced an anti-military ideology since the 1960s.  This kind of thinking has become a key component of Progressive dogma.  In the city of San Francisco, this line of Progressive thinking is strong.  Recently, community leaders in San Francisco saved their JROTC program from school board members’ intent on removing the program. Those… Read More »

Whatever it Takes

By | November 25, 2020

[November 25, 2020]  My best Italian friend goes by the name Marco Polo.  He’s a real go-getter, Vietnam veteran, and family man.  In Vietnam, he was with the 1/4th U.S.  Marines.  Their motto, Whatever it Takes.  In a nutshell, that describes the U.S. Marine Corps and my friend Marco. His life’s story should someday be a book.  If… Read More »