Monthly Archives: May 2014

My Memorial Day: Pulled Pork and Cigars

It’s a 3 day weekend that traditionally announces the beginning of summer. And Monday is the day that we memorialize those who have given their lives in our wars. I’ll do two things I have been doing for years this … Continue reading

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Blaming the Victim for the Crime

Putting the victim on trial. Decades ago we learned to stop putting victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence and rape “on trial”. Well, mostly anyhow. But we, mostly, stopped blaming the girl because she wore a short skirt or went … Continue reading

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You Can’t Defend Without Intelligence

Imagine you are an Army General. And you have been given responsibility to defend a town that is the key to the local road network. You have a specific set of units under your command and several days to prepare … Continue reading

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