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The Pulse of America – Code Red, or Cold Blue?

Sometimes it is prudent to step back from the daily grind, review recent events, and take a good, hard, cold look at what has been happening around the country. What…

The Shame of Walter Reed

By ROB KEZELIS Two centuries ago, this medical army officer confirmed that Yellow Fever was transmitted by mosquitos. His discovery created a whole new line of defenses against disease and pushed…

The Generals and Iran

By ROB KEZELIS What a sorry state of affairs. Here in the US of A, our MSM concentrates not on the trial of the highest ranking person in the VP's office,…

The truth about terror and terra

By ROB KEZELIS If asked, an experienced world traveler will eagerly describe the most famous and beautiful tourist destinations. The ancient parts of Europe, the incredible ruins of Ur…

The pillory of Hillary

 By ROB KEZELIS "As a senator from New York, I lived through 9/11 and am still dealing with the aftereffects." With these words, Senator Hillary Clinton just changed her…

Chapter Five – The Fall Cometh

By ROB KEZELIS This is the last of five chapters. It is highly recommended that you read it aloud to loved one in bed. Kids, too. If you haven’t read…

Chapter Four – The Searing Summer Sky

By ROB KEZELIS This is the fourth of five chapters. It is highly recommended that you read it aloud to loved one in bed. Kids, too. If you haven't read the…

Chapter Three – Springtime at Mount Fuji

By ROB KEZELIS This is the third of five chapters. It is highly recommended that you read it aloud to loved one in bed. Kids, too. If you haven't read the…

Chapter Two – A Winter’s Tale

By ROB KEZELIS This is the second of five chapters. It is highly recommended that you read it aloud to loved one in bed. Kids, too. If you haven't read Chapter One

A Tale for All Seasons

By ROB KEZELIS This story is intended to warm the hearts and souls of all dear readers. It comes in five chapters, four of which are completed. Tis best read to…