Veterans Day 2018: A WWI American Marine Writes

Veterans Day 2018: A WWI American Marine Writes

One hundred years ago today, Armistice was declared between the Allies and their last opponent, Germany. Armistice Day became Veterans Day in 1954 to honor all veterans. And while that is noble, World War I has faded from memory. Indeed, not until this year was there a national memorial in Washington D.C. to The Great War. Today, I publish a letter from a young Marine who was captured in No Man’s Land in Verdun, France, on April 19, 1918, and who barely survived eight months as a POW.

Christmas 2015: Gifts Of Joy, Miracles, Peace, And Love

Christmas 2015: Gifts Of Joy, Miracles, Peace, And Love

Christmas is my favorite holiday. There is just something about the magic of the lights, the gleam of excitement in a child’s eyes, the sweet photos of children…

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