Atlantic Coast Conference mascots help greet children of fallen combat troops

Recently, I wrote about an organization that helps military families with grieving. They invited mascots from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) to come to  Fort Myer military base in Arlington, VA to play basketball and just to hang out with the kids of those families. (Click here to view full story).  Deck family, who was … More Atlantic Coast Conference mascots help greet children of fallen combat troops

Breaking Barriers

My new story at dcmilitary.com is about Lynise Wright, one of the first women allowed in West Point, and Capt.  Lauran Glover, first woman drill team leader in the Army. Check out my story here at dcmilitary.com. Here is an excerpt: Wright’s contributions to the military helped to pave the way for Glover and other … More Breaking Barriers

The Homeless Find Rest With Those In Their Own Community

Since the closing of the homeless encampments, staff members at the Rescue Mission said they have received no new clients from the homeless encampments. In October 2014 the city of Trenton told people living in various homeless encampments along Route 29 and 1 they had to leave and find different shelter. The spaces were then … More The Homeless Find Rest With Those In Their Own Community

Good Reads

Here are two good reads for the week:  1) The Obama administration is stuck between a rock and a hard place. They want a New York Times journalist to reveal his sources. If the journalist refuses, it is possible that, The Justice Department may send him to jail. Read here.  2) Walter Brueggeman, a biblical scholar, speaks … More Good Reads