In the 1780s, the final years of the long 8-year Revolutionary War, George Washington recognized that soldiers were performing extraordinary meritorious service to the war effort with no formal means of recognition.
How does one keep their brain sharp when there are so many walls to paint, kids to feed, and spreadsheets to finish? These podcasts are great ways for military buffs and curious people of all kinds to stay interesting.
As the old song says, “I love a parade.” Apparently, the most vocal chunk of the United States does not share that view. From the reaction on social media, you’d think President Trump’s call for a grand military parade in Washington, D.C. was just a smokescreen for reinstating the draft, doubling the number of coal-fired […]