Command’s refusal to allow preferral of charges against a General

Ultimately, I feel there will always be another imminent enemy facing the United States.  And to be clear, I fully believe that a strong military arm of foreign diplomacy is critical for the strength of a free democratic nation.  But I offer a dangerous caveat to this belief: if our military leaders consistently distract the Nation by perceived threats of the future while simultaneously failing...

Lessons from David and Goliath

When the battle began, despite the perceived inequity, David didn’t hesitate. Unburdened without armor, he sprinted towards the giant, closed the distance, and slang a rock between the eyes of the Giant. The Giant, with his massive size, quickly fell to the ground. Giants expect to fight by the antiquated rules of the time. But as history demonstrates, hubris leads to destructions.