Please remember all f our soldiers, both past and present for their service to our country. Today is a day set aside for this noble purpose.
Buglers and trumpeters throughout our country have played, are playing and will play Taps for those who have willingly paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
I have seen many different, heart-touching stories spread about the origin of Taps. Here is the real one from the Arlington National Cemetery web site.
Origin of “Taps” Read more »
I have said time and time again that President Obama, my President, is a Marxist. I will always defend the office of the President, but will not defend the man when he is wrong.
Like a good little Communist, Maoist or Marxist, Obama is trying to propose to Red China. Read more »
I had been playing trumpet for just over a year. Being in the eighth grade, it was unusual to get a call on our party-line home phone from a total stranger. The man on the phone asked me if I could play taps on Monday evening for President John Kennedy who had been assassinated the previous Friday. Read more »
Here is a letter I just wrote to President Obama:
Dear President Obama,
I thought that once you became Commander in Chief of our troops, you would mellow and shed some of the far-left anti-military pre-election rhetoric. It saddens me to learn that you have not changed since being handed the reins of our world-elite soldiers.
Our troops were sent into battle by the President and Commander in Chief along with a resounding vote of encouragement of Congress. They willingly moved forth and performed admirably with full support of the American public. They were put in harm’s way to defend the United States and her citizens and wound up freeing more than 26 million Muslim women, children and men from the suffrage of Radical Islam. Read more »