Category Archives: Respect

He Did His Duty: Prince Philip

By | April 13, 2021

[April 13, 2021]  To do your duty is an admirable trait.  It helps hold us together as humans and creates social bonds that allow trust to develop.  To highlight this fact may seem a bit obscure in the age of “evolving values,” but it is necessary to understand the significance of Prince Philip, a man who epitomized “duty… Read More »

The Sergeant York Patriotic Foundation

By | March 23, 2021

[March 23, 2021]  A couple of days ago, I wrote about WWII hero Hershel “Woody” Williams.  He was awarded the Medal of Honor at the Battle of Iwo Jima.  Woody told me of the importance of education in developing today’s youth.  And, fortunately, Woody’s mission is similar to that of the Sergeant York Patriotic Foundation (SYPF). Occasionally, I… Read More »

The Doctor of Democracy: RIP

By | February 18, 2021

[February 18, 2021]  Rush Limbaugh, the self-proclaimed “doctor of democracy,” passed away yesterday at 70.  “Rush,” as he is affectionately known to his listening audience, can never be replaced, period.  No one is like him anywhere on the entertainment or political spectrum. Clearly, without Rush, the political landscape over the past three decades would be different.  Rush was… Read More »