Mary Ellis: ATA Pilot in WW2

She is 101 yrs old now and wants the world to know how beautiful flight is- especially women. Meet Mary Ellis, one of the first 8 female ATA pilots to fly spitfires from the factory to the front lines. Watch a BBC short on her here and then walk down to your local FBO/Aviation school …

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A new way to think about Special Forces

Since it can't be decided in the United States whether women can be integrated into US Special Forces, I offer we copy an alternate solution being designed in Norway- all female SF units.  This can be a way to tap into a whole talent pool not being utilized without the argument that women can't hack …

Ms. Georgia Gilmore, Cook of the Civil Rights movement

The 1950s were a high risk time for all black men and women who contributed to fighting for their equal rights in a divided America.  Anyone suspected of being involved in the Civil Rights movement was vulnerable to violence and persecution in their homes, neighborhoods, and towns. Ms. Georgia Gilmore found a way in which …

The Real Rosie the Riveter?

The passing of an American icon - Ms Naomi Farley - reveals her very interesting history, contributing to current culture and motivational posters for young women. She passed yesterday, 22 Jan 2018, at the age of 96. Read her story here. May you Rest In Peace, Mrs. Farley, and thank you so much for your …

The Case Against Feminism

Have you seen “The Red Pill”?  It’s a movie by a self-proclaimed feminist, Cassie Jaye, who explores men’s rights advocacy groups.  She does a great job of capturing the raw emotions and feelings of men who are exhausted with being treated as aggressors and vilified.  It really stirred some feelings for me when I watched …

Robert Kennedy announces the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr

On this week dedicated to the memory of one of the greatest men in history, Martin Luther King, Jr., this video of Robert Kennedy announcing his assassination reminds us of the importance of humanity and grace in the face of great tragedy. His tremendous courage and compassion are moving. Try not to cry around minute …

Eric Motley – “Groomed for Greatness”

While flying on Southwest Airlines recently, I discovered this article, The Education Of Eric Motley- on op-ed on his recent book: Madison Park, A Place of Hope Having been the youngest appointee in President George W. Bush’s White House, and now Vice President of the Aspen Institute, Eric Motley is an example of what perseverance, …