Category Archives: Respect

Team Rubicon

By | May 29, 2015

[May 29, 2015] Occasionally I present non-profit or volunteer organizations that help our military veterans. Today, I have the honor to present an organization made up mostly of veterans who are putting their military skills and experiences together to help others in need. Team Rubicon performs the unique role of rapidly filling the gaps in aid that normally… Read More »

Memorial Day 2015: Their Last 6 Seconds

By | May 25, 2015

[May 25, 2015]  We’ve all read about and heard the stories of our military service members; their bravery, heroism, and honor. We have all seen the parades, listened to speeches, attended barbeque cookouts, and talked with others about the importance of this special day. But on this Memorial Day 2015, I’m sharing a story of sacrifice about two… Read More »

Hero: Virginia Hall

By | April 26, 2015

[April 26, 2015] When we think of heroes from World War II, we immediately think of the Allied military men who risked their lives and endured great hardships to do something spectacular. Virginia Hall was a civilian working for both the British and American clandestine services; she was known to the Nazi Gestapo as “the woman with a… Read More »

Who is Anthony Benezet?

By | April 14, 2015

[April 14, 2015] If you never heard of Anthony Benezet, then don’t feel left out on the historical education most of us Americans receive. If you happen to read about him, it will say he was the first U.S. citizen that founded an abolition society. The significance of his abolition society was that it promoted the eradication of… Read More »