There’s bad news. There’s good news. And then there’s the kind of conversation we have here on The Good Men Project.
Warren Blumenfeld calls out the situation in Charleston for exactly what it is.
A conference call covers the speed at which change occurs, the events in Charleston, the importance of fathers, and more.
David Eye’s poem of shooting involves both literal and metaphorical guns.
From One Dad Who Lost a Child to Another: A Message to Richard Martinez About Honor
Dr. Ken Druck wants the dad who lost his son in the Santa Barbara shooting to know that love and compassion are the path to healing.
Danny writes a letter to Elliot Rodger in hopes that someone else might see themselves in that situation and get the help they need.
Joanna Schroeder isn’t surprised by the horrific, devastating mass murder just outside the campus of UCSB last night.
Brian Shea reflects on violence in schools vs. his memories of years ago. And calls upon a new generation to find their own way.
Confused, retired Lt. Colonel Ronald Johnson knocked on the wrong door one early morning.
You might be smarter than a 5th grader, but can you make more baskets than a toddler? Not if that toddler is Trick Shot Titus!
Larry D. Bernstein feels an unnatural sense of not-caredness about the latest public shooting, even though it happened five minutes from his house. And he wonders why.