It’s Necessary to Be a Man: Dr. Jordan Peterson

By | February 20, 2024

[February 20, 2024]  Too many feminists, politicians, and radical leftists are attacking manhood in the West.  However, some are pushing back on this ideology by giving us well-reasoned arguments about why manhood should be preserved.  Dr. Jordan Peterson is one of those who makes plain, common-sense arguments about the good side of manhood. In a short take, he… Read More »

Reading List (Update): Putin’s Hegemony

By | February 19, 2024

[February 18, 2024]  The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has brought out some of the best and worst in each country, with Russia demonstrating how to conduct both traditional warfare and war crimes simultaneously.  It’s an unusual act today when so many have predicted the end of attrition warfare made common by Nazi Germany, Imperialist Japan, and… Read More »

Ammo Grrrll Fires Off at LIES

By | February 17, 2024

[February 17, 2024]  If you are one of the many fans of Ammo Grrrll, Susan Vass, at PowerLineBlog, then you’ve already read her latest rant on telling lies and the harm it does.  Yesterday, she nailed it with one of her best pieces of mockery and sarcasm.  I’ll let you decide if I’m right.  I call this Ammo… Read More »

Putin: Biden is Better for Russia

By | February 16, 2024

[February 16, 2024]  Understanding the thinking of your enemies and friends is at the pinnacle of successful senior leadership.  An old military saying says the best way to win is to “get into the mind of your enemy.”  Lately, with the Tucker Carlson interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, we’ve seen several “experts” trying to do just that. … Read More »

Letters to My Granddaughter, No. 54

By | February 15, 2024

[February 15, 2024]  Fanny slammed on the brakes of the School Bus she was driving, and then, as she stood up, she turned around and yelled at us, mostly Junior High School kids from Bastrop.  “Shut up with that racket.  I can’t drive with all that screaming.”  That’s a close quote, as best I can remember, but I’ve… Read More »

Do Generals & Admirals Take Cognitive Tests?

By | February 14, 2024

[February 14, 2024]  First things first: Happy Valentine’s Day!  Now, on to a more serious topic.  Do U.S. military Generals and Admirals take cognitive tests?  The answer is ….. wait for it … “NO.”  That is the answer for good or bad, and I think the reason is that these senior leaders are surrounded by brutally honest professionals… Read More »

Israeli IDF Rescues Two Hostages

By | February 13, 2024

[February 13, 2024]  Alexandr Solzhenitsyn wrote that “the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being.”1  If it were only so easy to find evil people and remove them.  Solzhenitsyn’s idea is that this is impossible. But some good news, the rescue of two hostages out of southern Gaza.  The daring rescue is… Read More »

Rich Cooper on the 10 Red Flags

By | February 12, 2024

[February 12, 2024]  The dating game.  It sure has changed over the past decade, and if you’ve not been paying attention, then you’ve missed some fantastic debates among men and women.  Rich Cooper “is an entrepreneur, private equity investor, content creator … and high performance coach.”  He often discusses “red flags” for women and I have a list… Read More »

The Story of a WWII Dad Hero

By | February 11, 2024

[February 11, 2024]  Occasionally, you hear about our World War II heroes.  Still, you never hear of them coming home from the battlefield and integrating themselves back into their hometowns, opening a business, marrying and having children, and being a pillar of their community.  Today, we have the daughter of one such hero, Susan Friedenberg, and I want… Read More »