Another soldier returns home from a “forgotten war.” The remains of Cpl. Clyde E. Anderson are being returned to his family. The Korean War veteran will be buried with full military honors on Saturday in Blanchester, the Department of Defense announced. Anderson, 24 when he died, had been listed as missing in action since his [...]
It was twenty-five years ago today that I graduated from Eureka College. Although I was only there for two years (I was a transfer student) everything good about my life started back then. This is a very important speech by Reagan. In many ways, it was the beginning of the end of the Cold War.
There was a time, many, many years ago when I once dreamed of becoming the next Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, or Martin Scorcese before I started to study film at Southern Illinois University and “Bubbles, the Nudie Dancer” (Damaged Goods) shattered that dream. Working on this Korean War documentary in Hoengseong this past weekend, [...]