An American Tragedy

An American Tragedy

A tragedy is defined as a play dealing with tragic events and having an unhappy ending, especially one involving the downfall of the main character. That main character is typically brought down by his/her own flaws, which usually tend to be ordinary human flaws....
The Abject Failure of Nixon’s China Policy

The Abject Failure of Nixon’s China Policy

On February 21st, 1972 President Richard Nixon arrived in China for a historic eight-day trip. He was taking a risky gamble. But in Nixon’s mind, it was a gamble worth taking. Nixon wrote the following, expressing his doubt: The world cannot be safe until China...
‘Bama GOP Takes Courageous Stance on Omar

‘Bama GOP Takes Courageous Stance on Omar

Alabama is developing a reputation for taking on hot issues. First, the legislature banned abortion and the Governor quickly signed the bill into law. Now the Alabama GOP is demonstrating it has no fear of calling down congressional members, even if they aren’t...
One Way to “Drain the Swamp” – Veterans

One Way to “Drain the Swamp” – Veterans

Values, First & Foremost During my 20-year (and 29 days) Army career, I lived by a set of values known as the 7 Army Values which are Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage and the acronym is LDRSHIP in other words...
Baby Jaden: The Subjective Standard of Viability

Baby Jaden: The Subjective Standard of Viability

Seventeen weeks earlier than expected and weighing a mere 13 ounces, Jaden Wesley Morrow was born on July 11, 2019, early in his mother’s 23rd week of pregnancy. Shocking doctors and defeating all medical odds, Jaden appears to be gaining strength in the NICU....
The Years of Hate

The Years of Hate

In George Orwell’s novel 1984, society was afforded an approved time to hate. To be more specific, there was an allocation of two minutes each day to hate Emanuel Goldstein and his followers. Is there such a thing as limited hatred with manners? In the novel,...