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Book Review: Helping Kids Who Are “Late, Lost, and Unprepared”

Book Review: Helping Kids Who Are “Late, Lost, and Unprepared”

by Parents Jan. 22, 2014 Do you routinely find your child’s completed homework forgotten on the floor of the car? Is her backpack a black hole from which nothing emerges? Does he struggle with taking turns or following directions? Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Parents’ Guide to Helping Children with Executive Functioning,by Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D., […]

Betrayed” – Congress to Investigate Extortion 17

Betrayed” – Congress to Investigate Extortion 17

By Scott Winchell GCC/Staff July 29, 2013 Editor’s Note – August 6th will be the second anniversary of the downing of the CH-47 Chinook helicopter, call sign Extortion 17, carrying 30 American warriors to their death in Afghanistan. Since that time, the families of the fallen special operators have been given the runaround to put […]

Delta Operator Dale Comstock’s New Book: ‘American Badass’

Delta Operator Dale Comstock’s New Book: ‘American Badass’

By Kerry Patton GCC/Staff July 1, 2013 More and more operators are coming out writing novels and memoirs based off activities they once engaged. Very few have come forward writing their own autobiography simply because it’s a difficult task to do especially if that person continues to work, in one capacity or another, for the […]

Policy and Judgment Lapses – “Tamerlane, The Sword of Islam”

Policy and Judgment Lapses – “Tamerlane, The Sword of Islam”

By Denise Simon GCC/Staff April 22, 201 A link is embedded below but needs more prominence because it pertains to where Tamerlan Tsaraev was trained by Islamist/terrorists – “Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right” we hope this helps all understand the whole story! Named after the Turkic conqueror ‘Timur the Lame’, or ‘Tamerlane’; a vicious warrior […]

Iraq in the Rear View Mirror

Iraq in the Rear View Mirror

By Alan Caruba GCC/Staff April 8, 2013 March marked the ten year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq in 2003 that deposed Saddam Hussein. In early April the battle for Baghdad was concluded, but America’s initial success was followed by years of further conflict and terrorism against our troops. The U.S. stayed on to occupy […]

Is National Poetry Month an Oxymoron

Is National Poetry Month an Oxymoron

By Alan Caruba GCC/Staff April 2, 2013 April 1st marked the beginning of National Poetry Month and I want you to restrain yourself from dashing around trying to find a single book or anthology of poetry where you call home. If you do have one, it likely is something you brought home from college or […]

The World is Not Having Enough Babies

The World is Not Having Enough Babies

by Alan Caruba GCC/Staff Mar. 11, 2013 “Today, American pets now outnumber American children by more than four to one.” When a nation’s population fails to reproduce and replace itself, it goes into decline. That is the theme of Jonathan V. Last’s new book, “What to Expect When No One is Expecting: America’s Coming Demographic […]

Benghazi: The Definitive Report

Benghazi: The Definitive Report

By Andrew C. McCarthy Mar 8, 2013 The new and much hyped book by special-0perations vets Jack Murphy and Brandon Webb begins with the promise to “name names and hold accountable those who acted cowardly and those who erred by seeking to protect their political careers at the expense of human lives.” There is not […]

The Son of John Adams

The Son of John Adams

by Alan Caruba GCC/Staff Oct 19, 2012 I often wondered what it must have been like to have been the son of George H.W. Bush, the 41st President. The man had so many accomplishments in life that it must have been both inspiring and daunting, especially if you were George W., a free spirit and […]

Can it All Be Coincidence?

Can it All Be Coincidence?

by Don Fredrick Oct 5, 2012 As I noted in the introduction to my book, The Obama Timeline, a jury at a murder trial will often find the accumulated circumstantial evidence so overwhelming that a guilty verdict is obvious—even though there may be no witness to the crime. “The jurors in the Scott Peterson trial […]

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