At this point I think there is a very dangerous silence. And that’s not their fault. It’s ours.
Omaze founders Matt Pohlson and Ryan Cummins are saving the world by creating memorable experiences.
The Good Feed Blog editors share information regarding a very special fundraiser for the New England Warrior Benefit.
U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Matthew Crowder believes heroes come in all different forms; from Green Berets to everyday men and women.
Tom Matlack looks at how the romanticization of U.S. Special Forces is linked to dangerous myths about manhood and war.
Today is Tuesday, May 17, and the “Terminator” line, “Your clothes, give them to me,” keeps playing in our head for some reason. Here are some other links of note today.
Real Navy SEALs began questioning the verity of these claims, which shared elements with Steven Seagal’s character in “Under Siege.”
This week, James Plunkett challenges his fellow millennials to stop pretending.
Orin J. Hahn has something he wants to share with you about “The Good Life.”
Thomas Pluck asks, when confronting harassment, why do we say “what if she was your sister, mother, or daughter?” What if it was You?
C. K. Carlton thought he knew what a real man was. Turns out, he had it all wrong.
They both cried. She had expected no one and nothing.
As the son of an abusive, alcoholic father, Tim Lineaweaver had to learn how to pick up the pieces of his life and become a better man and dad for his children.
Dr. Gunsaullus gives readers 9 things to check in their marriage so their spouses won’t check-out
How our need for a “right way to raise a child” is making us unhappy—and what we can do about it.
Alex Steed remembers the night his dad almost became a murderer.
Aly Windsor realizes that “He’s all boy” is ok with her.
James Fell offers a list of hard-learned lessons about life, bravery, and morality.
A new independent report reveals that the Denver Sheriff’s Department repeatedly ignored dozens of serious complaints by inmates against deputies.