Why You Should Believe Very Little of What You See

by baldilocks And now for something completely different. Monika Glennon has lived in Huntsville, Alabama, for the last 12 years. Other than a strong Polish accent, she fits a certain stereotype of the All-American life. She’s blonde. Her husband is a veteran Marine. Her two children, a boy and a girl, joined the military as … Continue reading Why You Should Believe Very Little of What You See

What matters in NDAA 2019: pay, career, cyber and China

The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) passed this week. You can be forgiven if you missed the announcement, because it certainly didn't make headlines. I didn't find out until I checked my email and received my automated Defense News. I'll go out on a limb and say that because it passed in a normal … Continue reading What matters in NDAA 2019: pay, career, cyber and China

Karina Fabian of the Catholic Writers Guild or A Preview of Blogging Attractions

It's Saturday morning and I'm just finishing packing as I get ready for a 8 hour drive back to Massachusetts (with perhaps a slight detour on the way) at the end of the Catholic Marketing Network 2018 event. I've recorded 35 episodes of a new weekly radio show with catholic authors that will be going … Continue reading Karina Fabian of the Catholic Writers Guild or A Preview of Blogging Attractions