Pt. 2 of 2
DogCompany cover copy
The bestseller Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command is another in a long string of reminders it’s time for President Donald Trump to correct mistakes.
Those mistakes date to the administrations of presidents George W. Bush, a Republican, and Barack Obama, a Democrat.
The book makes mistakes by both administrations obvious. Continue reading
Pt. 1 of 2
‘Dog Company’ cover
Advocacy for members of the US military has long been part of my activism, and after reading the best-seller Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command, I am as appalled at injustice dealt our troops as I have ever been.
The book written by former US Army captain Roger Hill and bestselling author Lynn Vincent is a page turner that will ultimately lead many to question how long politicians inside and outside the military will continue to inflict policies that kill, wound, and maim our soldiers. Ms. Vincent is also a veteran, having served in the US Navy. Continue reading
Shattered, the new bestseller about the 2016 Clinton campaign, is getting lots of attention.
President Donald Trump’s media critics are currently grading him on his first 100 days in office, but there are other matters deserving interest that have nothing to do with Trump.
A best-selling autopsy on Hillary Clinton’s campaign is drawing attention from all quarters, and the wannabe spoiler—the former CIA spook—who attempted to stop Trump appears unable to pay his campaign bills.
Welcome to the US of perpetual election angst. Continue reading
Chaffetz with US military veteran on Veteran’s Day, 2016. [Photo: Jason Chaffetz public Facebook page]
Amid fanfare over Democrats facing a runoff election for Georgia congressional district 6, news of a surprise farewell is just beginning to draw attention.
House Oversight committee chair Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) won’t run for reelection in 2018. Chaffetz also sat on the powerful Judiciary committee.
Naturally, many are wondering what led to Chaffetz’s decision. Presumably he’d have been a shoo-in for reelection. Continue reading