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Terror in Paris

Tonight, as I write this blog post, the Eiffel Tower is darkened in respect for the more than 125 dead, and at least 200 injured in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris. Of the injured an estimated 99 are critical. That

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Airliner Bombings

A week ago or so, a Russian airliner bound for Saint Petersburg, Russia exploded over Egypt. More than 200 lives were lost. Now official opinion is leaning towards the likelihood that a bomb placed aboard the plane was responsible. This

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9-11: The Day of Infamy

My title for this blog should not be misunderstood. The day is infamous because terrorists caused heartbreak in Manhattan. The attack on innocent Americans was and is still horrendous. The deaths included citizens of other countries, including Canada. I cannot

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Fleeing Terrorists

I’m writing this on Labor Day, a national holiday in the USA and Canada and I think in other countries. That fact has almost nothing to do with the topic of this blog post, though the idea of freedom to

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Hate Crime as Domestic Terrorism

Late in the day on Wednesday June 17th, a lone gunman sat for about an hour in a room at Emmanuel AME church in Charleston SC. Then with malice he stood and murdered 9 members of the church who had

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Cultural Terrorism

This blog posting theme is one I wish would not require comments, but it does because my homeland is guilty of about 160 years of cultural terrorism against its aboriginal population. Yesterday, June 2, 2015, after 6 years of taking

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ISIS In America?

On Sunday May 3, Two gunmen opened fire outside an event in Garland Texas. The event has been described as a free speech gathering centered around a contest to portray the Prophet Muhammad in cartoon form. The Muhammad Art Exhibit

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Online Orders: Credit Cards Accepted

Good Day to you all friends: Just want you to know that when you order The Chechen’s Revenge online, you can use the following credit cards: American Express, Visa, Master Card and Discover. When you use my e-store (see the

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Online Ordering for The Chechen’s Revenge

Hello all: Here is a short note to let you know that The Chechen’s Revenge can now be ordered online from,, and directly from me at I really believe you’ll enjoy the read, so why not give

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The Chechen’s Revenge: Now In Print and on Kindle

I‘m pleased to report that The Chechen’s Revenge is now In Print! Effective immediately it is available from The published size is a comfortable to hold paperback 6″ x 9″, printed on white paper with the full color cover

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I’m a retired university professor and a former broadcast journalist. I’m married to Marj with two sons and a daughter-in- law. There will soon be a grand-daughter. We all live in Vermont, where I write near the shores of Lake Champlain. My characters are involved with terrorism. Most of them are tasked for anti-terrorism events and some, of course, are the terrorists the team must oppose. The setting for my stories is Canada.

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