We start 2017 with Mark Ward’s exhortation that poetry embrace “the callous bark,” since “to beautify /the world [we] cannot be contained in stanzas.”
In this episode of the The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry says thank you to all the dads who have served our country.
How did being in the military affect your life?
The stigma that male soldiers should be strong and heroic needs to be broken.
Colin Kaepernick is getting a lot of hate, but there are some important folks who support him. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.
But I think she would approve.
Being married to an older Asian woman is not easy but I wouldn’t change it for the world.
A commentary on guns and the souls of men.
Muhammad Ali was more than just a boxer, and we can take a page from his book, especially when faced with the obscene politics of this year’s election.
Before he was Kylo Ren in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Adam Driver was a United States Marine. He tells the story of how he brings self-expression to the armed forces.
Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.
Can we finally expand the definition of the term “patriot”.
A series of short personal reflections on the multiple meanings of Memorial Day.
It’s time to put aside our differences and work together to get things done.
Why is there always a “woman to blame”—even on Mother’s Day?
As MI5 is voted Britain’s most “gay-friendly” employer, many are reflecting on Alan Turing and the many other service members persecuted for their sexuality.