Vietnam War

Is it Time to Reinstitute a Military Draft?

Many of the fans of The King of Kreskin Avenue remember the draft and military conscription as one of the more unpleasant consequences of the war in Vietnam.  Between 1964 and 1973, using a lottery based system, the U.S. military drafted 2.2 million American men out of an eligible pool of 27 million. Share your thoughts below Several my […]

Dad Would Have Been Proud

Just about everybody I run into these days asks me, “how’s the book going”? My reply has been consistent – right on track where I projected, but I really need more ratings and reviews to move on to the next steppingstone of the The King of Kreskin Avenue’s journey. However, this post is not a […]

Remembering the Polarity and Divisiveness of the 1960’s and 70’s

I want to share a small video with you that gets to the heart of a key motivation I had for writing The King – refreshing (or educating) readers on the polarity and divisiveness we experienced in the 1960s and early 1970s, in order for readers to make comparisons to the polarity we’re experiencing today. […]

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