Recently, I have written quite a few columns for The Augusta Chronicle on a whole range of issues. The responses I have... Read more
There are hundreds of leadership conferences held each year in this country. However, there is one that stands above them all as far as the best... Read more
On this Independence Day, when our nation is fighting two wars simultaneously, it may fitting to highlight a story of combat heroism... Read more
In just four weeks, Brig. Gen. Jeff Foley will retire from the United States Army.
He has been the commander of Fort Gordon and... Read more
Two months ago, Augusta's signature history museum, the Augusta Museum of History, was facing a major financial crisis. It had been... Read more
With so much in the media that is gloom and doom, it might be useful to remind ourselves that America has many fundamental strengths... Read more
There seems to be an explosion of interest in leadership here in the Augusta area.The following are some examples of organizations and... Read more
Because of a major cutback in funding support from the Augusta/Richmond County Commission, the Augusta Museum of History, like so... Read more
On Dec. 9, in a very moving and uplifting event, the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Fisher House took place. There was a large audience, many... Read more
Every decade or two, America faces a major strategic choice in the national security arena.
Sometimes the decision is made quickly.... Read more