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Bound by Battle and Blood

That unforgettable day is approaching.  No, it isn’t a milestone birthday or a wedding anniversary.  It isn’t the birthday of a first-born child.  It’s...

The China Factor

The New York Times published a guest essay on September 14, 2022, entitled “China is Running Covert Operations That Could Seriously Overwhelm Us.”  The...

A Moment in Time: Cherish It

We all have moments in time that we can pull from our memories instantly. Those moments of extreme emotions that range from pure joy...

Author Victoria Kamar Olivett North Chicago Library 9/17/22

Author Victoria Kamar Olivett will be participating in a Local Author's Book Fair September 17, 2022, at North Chicago Library located at 2100 Argonne...

Authors Lisa & Hans Scheller at South Bend Chocolate Café 9/16/22

To all those that are struggling or have struggled through alcoholism. We were you, and we know God has you covered with his own...

An Evening with Author Victoria Kamar Olivett

I am very proud to announce that on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, I will present my historical novel, The Adventures of Francie Fitzgerald, at the...

Master or Slave? The Choice is Yours!

Across the world, there is mounting chaos. With recent ostentatious displays of disharmony, greed, and war, we see a world in turmoil. I wonder...

Will the U.S. Democracy Survive?

Are you willing to stand up to power and personal threats to save our country, the United States of America? To tell the Truth...

Veterans and Legacy

Money, power, fame and fan adulation appear to be important to politicians, sports figures, television personalities, and online influencers among others.  Given all the...

American Soldier: His Final Rest

The gently sloping hills of Arlington National Cemetery overlook the nation’s capital. From this vantage point, thousands of soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines look across the Potomac River in formation. It is as if in their passing, they continue to look over us and the country because it is their legacy. Here, colonels are among corporals and privates among generals. Alas, they have come together for their final rest. Some served for a short time while others did so for a lifetime. But now, time is irrelevant as we salute them, pay respect to their deeds forever as they have arrived for their final rest.