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D-Day, June 6th, 1944

As the 75th Anniversary of D-Day approaches we will be reminded of that fateful day on the beaches of Normandy through black and white photographs and newsreels of the time America saved the world. You will hear it referred to as Operation Overlord… The nightly news...

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Which way did he go…..

I know many of you ladies out there reading this may roll your eyes when I say this…. But as a man, I don’t need directions when I travel someplace. I just don’t need them and won’t use any other alternative devices for help either. I don’t need a GPS, or some crazy...

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Which way did he go…..

I know many of you ladies out there reading this may roll your eyes when I say this…. But as a man, I don’t need directions when I travel someplace. I just don’t need them and won’t use any other alternative devices for help either. I don’t need a GPS, or some crazy...

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What goes around comes around…..

I know that this is an unusual title for a Christmas story….. I am also quite aware that there are those here in the town I live in that have sought to destroy me and to take my life, will conclude that this story is about them. But this Christmas you can’t have one...

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For the 80…..

I was going to title this story “77” for the 77th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but due to my ever popular college football website, I didn’t want anyone to think the article had anything to do with the late great Red Grange. It occurred to me that I have...

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Face the Facts…….

I was talking with a dear friend of mine over the phone a couple of weeks ago and I heard her say something, a phrase, a few words that made me pause in the conversation. It made me stop in the middle of what we were talking about and I even interrupted her to...

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First Date……

I get a lot of football related questions each and every week due to my popular college football website.... (The CFB Wizard, thank you very much…) But I received a question yesterday about Cleveland Browns quarterback, Oklahoma great and Heisman trophy winner Baker...

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Big MO

I wrote this story for a dear friend of mine and fellow Marine to use at a speaking engagement at a Marine Corps Birthday celebration last year. It’s all about Big MO I hope you will enjoy it…. Hard to believe but there was a time in this country when people actually...

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Drop a Word…..

Although I read my news way more than I watch it on television I took a break the past few weeks from either reading or watching any news. That’s right, nothing. I didn’t read or see anything about South Yemen, the upcoming elections (local and state) or anything to...

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Curing Cancer

Much like many of you I have been touched this past week by the inspirational scenes from Purdue and the courageous cancer fight of the sophomore student there Tyler Trent. On the ESPN Game Day program Saturday morning they had a segment dedicated to young Tyler and...

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Now Available!

You may come to the same conclusion another reader came to when I was in the early process of simply sending my stories out to gauge the interest of a potential book. She said, "You have led a charmed life."

My first reaction was, "Are you nuts?" The fact is, although I grew up differently than almost all of you, I haven't had a charmed life, believe me. That sounds like in some way I have been "lucky" that I haven't experienced hardships, pain, or defeat. Nothing could be further from the truth. But I will tell you what is true, I have had a blessed life. Through it all, the Lord has kept me above my trials and tribulations, even when I didn't believe He was there. Through disappointment, death, disease, He was there.