Harold Herman in WWI

Corporal, US Army 32nd Division 126th Infantry Excerpts from unpublished, “Chronological Events in the life of Louis T. Herman” By Harold’s father, Louis T Herman~1933 In honor of all of those who have served and their families Note: Original spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure has been retained. All underlines are from the original. Within ten … Continue reading Harold Herman in WWI

Impressions of an NFL Game

I fancy myself the kind of football fan who is a student of the game; one who appreciates the combination of strategy, talent, strength, will to win, situational awareness, external influences (like weather), and luck that make up the game of football. The big thing that separates football from basketball, soccer, baseball, and hockey is … Continue reading Impressions of an NFL Game

5.10 Government’s Job

Our government is supposed to be there to protect the people; to protect the family and the workings of our civilization. Our nation’s founders never intended for government to take on a life of its own or to replace the responsibilities of the family. The national government in America was and still should be a … Continue reading 5.10 Government’s Job

3.1 The War between the Sexes, 2017

Years ago my brother and I were intently playing with some of our toys. One of our sisters was in the same room doing whatever it was girls do. Suddenly she started loudly crying. We paid little attention to her, but our dad heard her and strode quickly into the room. Without slowing down or … Continue reading 3.1 The War between the Sexes, 2017

5.90 Solutions for Government

Some things that would put government back in its place: Whenever a government scandal pops up, the Administration should immediately freeze spending. If they do not, Congress should. This is sort of analogous to hitting the brakes when you see a deer in the road. Once a problem appears, slow down and see what what … Continue reading 5.90 Solutions for Government