Thanks Brother!!

My little brother posted this on Facebook yesterday. Almost makes me feel bad for beating up on him for all those years.....

Circle the Wagons

Today, John Kerry signed the UN Arms Trade Treaty, which openly attacks our Second Amendment rights. Fortunately, the Senate has stated clearly that they would never ratify it. Without the ratification from the Senate, the treaty will not become valid. This is a prime example of the system of...

Thank You All!

The reviews are starting to come in about The Law of Moses. I am humbled and thrilled with what has been said. “I started reading it and I’ll tell ya…kinda hard to put down!” “Catching…easy to follow” “I only have one problem…I have a hard time waiting for the...

A Rose by Any Other Name..

Shakespeare claimed “a rose by any other name”, but I’m misquoting him to say a book by a different name.  Recently, I changed the name of “Love and Time & The Great Zim” to “A Long Walk Home.”  I won’t go into the reasons for the change, just let...

Turning Sour Milk Into Dreams

Roughly two months ago, this country was shaken with the news of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and multiple murders. Sixty odd days have passed and the incident has come to symbolize many different things to different people. I’d like to ask you to travel back with me...

Thanksgiving Day Left-overs

With respect to full disclosure, I have to admit my favorite part of Thanksgiving is the left-overs. For up to a week after all the families have returned home and the sales are over, I can walk to my refrigerator, open the door and relive the Thanksgiving Day dinner...

Yesterdays Thanksgiving

In a couple of weeks, Thanksgiving will be upon us and with that time of year comes the advertisements, the offers, the solicitations and the stress.  Before we get there, let me invite you to come with me to a memory that I have and hopefully you have a...

On Veterans Day

Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day as it was the end of World War One: on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. When World War I, named the “war to end all wars”, didn’t live up to its nickname, the holiday was renamed....

American Mustangs

Perhaps nothing symbolizes the spirit and dignity of America as much as the mustang. Their power echoes the strength of our mountains and cities. Their free-roaming spirit embodies the work ethic and adventurous nature of the American people. In 1971, Congress declared wild mustangs as “living symbols of the...

I’ve Done It!

I’ve done it. Let me rephrase that, I’VE DONE IT!!! I have written my first full length, honest to goodness, let me beat my chest, novel. Yes I have, I have used 84,000 words and just this morning finished my first full length book. In case it has not...