War touches even those who don’t see combat.
Jacob Laukaitis wanted to motorbike all across Vietnam for a very long time.
For too many adolescents in the world’s poorest countries, life is like a cliff edge.
Being married to an older Asian woman is not easy but I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Chris Davies lost a man who made a difference in his life. Here’s how he honored him.
A grateful daughter reconciles with her memories of her dad’s military career.
Accompanying an honored Veteran to visit the war memorials in Washington, D.C. changed me forever.
Today, the police are the street enforcers for the corporate dictatorship. We need a society where the people, not the corporations, are in charge.
Author Jay Cradeur shares his views on the subtle power of the feminine that is rarely acknowledged by the masculine. — I wrote the following words several years ago. At the time, all of my experiences with women were in America. Having spent the last 15 months in Southeast Asia, I have now also experienced…
Author Jay Cradeur shares his visceral and heart warming experiences in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigion, Vietnam.
A soldier’s brush with tragedy both abroad and at home.
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers writes of men and brotherhood, and how healing can occur in unexpected places.
Endless occupations, big government, and the imperial theme—not easy topics for high schoolers. Teacher Jeremy McKeen shares his wish for his grown-up students off at war.
Thomas Pluck believes that wars battle on until everyone touched by them is dead. And on and on they go.
John Tinseth looks back at his father’s odd A-Team going into Vietnam.
Tina Cane remembers a television actor and a paternal figure, glossing neither the beauty nor the flaws.