The arrogance of today's statue topplers

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- Last year was not a particularly good one for American Civil War combatants who, having fought for the South, were memorialized with statues. The national debate over statues more…

Did FBI ignore Fusion's missing credibility?

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- A popular weekly television show, running from 1957-1963, was the Western "Have Gun, Will Travel." Its star was a hired gun named "Paladin." But he was not your more…

The 4 Chaplains: What if 1 had been Muslim?

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- This week marks the 75th anniversary of an event memorializing selfless acts by four men of the cloth of different faiths. Despite doctrinal differences of their religions, all more…

Islam turns to ancient weapon to defeat the West

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- With today's high-tech weaponry, it is hard to conceive that a weapon developed over 1,300 years ago cannot, to this day, be reproduced by scientists. Its development proved more…

What Trump must do about N. Korea

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- Efforts to prevent North Korea from obtaining nuclear weapons has been a football game – one now leaving us with our backs up against our own goal line. more…

A Muslim lifestyle unfit for man or beast

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- Historians often have difficulty determining with certainty when past empires actually began declining. Usually, several factors interact at different times causing once-great empires and civilizations eventually to fall more…

1 editor's battle with 'fake news' AP

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- The television comedy show "Happy Days," which ran for a decade (1974-1984), depicted the Cunningham family and friends living life in the 1950s. Henry Winkler played the consummate more…

The 'silence breakers' Time magazine overlooks

by Lt. Col. James Zumwalt -- In selecting "The Silence Breakers – The Voices That Launched A Movement" – i.e., women who have spoken out about personally being sexually harassed or abused by men more…