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Book Review: A Wilderness of Error by Errol Morris

A Wilderness of Error is a true-crime book that's both inspiring and headstrong. Read More »

Book Review: My Brave Haitian Family: Before and After Father’s Execution by Robert Monestime

A heartbreaking story of living in a beautiful, but very poor country, and under the rule of a cruel and despotic dictator forever changed anybody’s life. Read More »

Book Review: Inside Delta Force: The Story of America’s Elite Counterterrorist Unit by Eric L. Haney

Inside Delta Force is memoir of the author as one of the founding member of the Army's elite Delta Force. Read More »

Book Review: The Locksmith by Kurt Kann, as told to Lafe Metz

A memoir of Kurt Kann, a German born American solider during World War II. Read More »

Somali Child: I Just Want to Go to School Again

In responding to the drought in East Africa it's vital to ensure that all children can receive school meals and an education. Read More »

Cinderella Stamps Commemorate Fiftieth Anniversary of the Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall in two square inches Read More »

Old Soldiers Never Die; They Just Fade Away….and Fight Global Hunger

What better way for a country to rebuild and prosper than to feed all its children? Read More »

The Sound of Music and the Cruel Enemy of Hunger

Food can make a difference on a grand scale, but also can bring moments of joy to a needy child. Read More »

Making Your Way Surrounded by Wolves

The infantry is never welcome, until it proves itself. Read More »

Memorial Day Memories

James Hyatt decided not to let another parade go by without him. Read More »