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On January 16, The Times of London posed a question to Donald Trump: “Do you have any models – are there heroes that you steer by – people you look up to from the past.” In reply Mr. Trump said,: “Well, I … Continue reading
At 5:30am on the morning of Dec. 16, 1944, a massive German artillery barrage along an 80 mile front in the Ardenne Forest opened the Battle of the Bulge, the bloodiest conflict of WWII. The battle, which raged until late … Continue reading
Figuring that the return of Captain Jack Sparrow was an excuse to venture out to the movies again, I suggested to Mary that we see the latest Pirates of the Caribbean, but she had other ideas. She showed me the … Continue reading
“Like many children, I read to be scared witless, to be less lonely, to believe in other possibilities.” – Amy Tan When I was young, I spent hours devouring a ten volume set of stories and poems called, Journeys Through … Continue reading