During Memorial Day Week, I often share the heroic story of my Uncle Dick who was shot down in a bombing raid during World War II. To me, he will always be “The Bravest Boehme” and his story is worth remembering.
My uncle fought for an entire culture–what history calls Western Civilization. That war still rages today.
Here’s an important update on the war for Western Civilization.
Please forgive the slang to make some points about the dizzying times in which we live.
Last week I mentioned the reality of constant change–especially from a personal angle. This week I’d like to opine about change in the 21st century and ask you to share your thoughts.
Some amazing things are happening in our lifetime.
Who woulda thought?
The stark contrast and worldview difference between the recent March for Life and the Women’s Marches could not be more glaring.
One march peacefully encouraged the stoppage of the world’s single greatest holocaust–the slaughter of 60 million innocent children in America since 1973. The other profanely applauded the barbarism of baby-killing and while displaying signs depicting a litany of progressive causes.
Women stood at the center of both marches–and are rising in power in America society.
Do American woman hold the key to our nation’s future?