What can happen in our world if we just attempt to look for the best in others and simply be nice? Perhaps we should strive to find out.
The reaction to The Last Jedi has produced levels of venom, vitriol, and vituperation not often seen in filmgoers. But is it justified?
The First Calvary’s deployment wasn’t ‘one battle and you get to go home;’ it was ‘stay until the mission is complete, then go home.’
The choices we make compose the fabric of our lives. We should make them wisely.
The situation in Sadr City wasn’t getting any better for the soldiers; in fact, it was getting significantly worse.
The First Calvary Division was ill-prepared for potential combat. It’s a recipe for potential disaster.
In an age where there’s such a determined focus on tolerance, it’s shocking to see the sheer amount of polarization in the world.
The Long Road Home is intense, violent, and sad—sometimes all at once.
Smith remembers telling God in a loud, demanding conversation, “You can’t take my son from me. We asked for him seventeen years ago.”
The First Calvary Division from Ft. Hood TX was on a basic peacekeeping mission in Iraq in 2004—the city they were placed in, Sadr City, had been incident-free for nearly a year. Then Black Sunday occurred.