Measuring Graduation

I watched the Thunderbirds fly over our home — just a few miles north of the Academy — for the Air Force Academy graduation. It reminded me of this article published in 2011.

I took an Excursion full of Jeubs to a homeschool graduation party last night. Six students were graduating — all speech and debate students — several Training Minds alumni. Over a hundred people assembled on a ranch and, despite some hefty rain, we all enjoyed the celebration of these young people graduating from high school.

On graduations: The real measurement is where they will be in a few years.

U.S. Air Force Academy graduates throw their hats in the air as the Thunderbirds fly overhead signaling the end of the Air Force Academy graduation ceremony, Colorado Springs, Colo., May 30, 2007. Defense Dept. photo by Cherie A. Thurlby (released)

Monument Publishing Authors at NITOC

You, too, could be like these champions in 2016

I had an absolute blast at the Stoa National Invitational Tournament of Champions (NITOC). Though my family didn’t compete this year, I flew to Greenville, South Carolina to join the festivities as a vendor and businessman. The tournament’s champions will be joining me on many of my endeavors. Let me explain.

Sourcebook contributors often end up here.

Sourcebook contributors often end up walking the stage at NITOC.