In Their Steps (Poem)

Neal Pollard They fought a fight of sacrifice On land, by air, and sea Privation, starvation, an awful price To guard our liberty Some were cut down in prime of life Others came home with scars They faced great fears and perilous strife For country, for stars and bars We owe a debt of gratitude … Continue reading In Their Steps (Poem)

Tora! Tora! Tora!

Neal Pollard Today marks the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the event which drew our country into World War II. 2,343 men were killed, 1,143 were wounded, and 960 unaccounted for or missing. The Japanese chose Sunday to attack as it was the most relaxed day of the week for the servicemen. … Continue reading Tora! Tora! Tora!

THE ULTIMATE “HATE SPEECH”

Neal Pollard A couple of days ago, many of the major conservative news outlets broke the story of former Navy SEAL and current chaplain Lt. Col. Wes Modder who was removed from duty and threatened with expulsion from the military.  An office assistant, a young lieutenant junior grade officer, showed up last December with two … Continue reading THE ULTIMATE “HATE SPEECH”

BRAVE MEN IN BELLEAU WOOD

Neal Pollard In March, 2006, I spent nearly an hour walking in Belleau Wood, a 200 acre tract behind the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery about 50 miles east of Paris, France, accompanied by Kathy as well as the preacher for the Eglise du Christ in Paris, Roland Mohsen. Seeing the World War I cemetery, chapel, and … Continue reading BRAVE MEN IN BELLEAU WOOD

“Go To The Ant, You…DARPA?”

Neal Pollard The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency was formed in 1958 for technological advancements and has been responsible for so many of the gadgets and conveniences we enjoy today. They use a variety of means to “both advance knowledge through basic research and create innovative technologies that address current practical problems through applied research” … Continue reading “Go To The Ant, You…DARPA?”

WAITING EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS FOR A MEDAL

Neal Pollard Ernest Pusey was the third-oldest person in the world the day he died at age 111 on November 19, 2006. Nine days before, the man who had worked 32 years for General Motors and drawn retirement for 48 years entertained a visit from Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Bush was delivering something a bit … Continue reading WAITING EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS FOR A MEDAL