On Saturday, Feb. 22, I gave readers a frightening look inside Barack Obama’s head, courtesy of guest writer Paul. R. Hollrah. Fair warning: Words like “ego” and “incognito” appear in this piece along with a story about some top-flight Marines. Read it here.
On Monday, I shared a counterintelligence expert’s opinion about a report by the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform about the D.C. Navy Yard shootings five months earlier. In short, the expert said a business-as-usual approach is harmful to national security. Read about it here.
On Tuesday, I published my opinion about the hard-to-miss similarities between the sexual assault prosecutions of Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair and Sgt. 1st Class Kelly A. Stewart, the man whose wrongful conviction is chronicled in my first nonfiction book, Three Days In August. Read about it here.
On Saturday, I offered two important stories that had crossed my radar.
In the first article, I shared good news more than four years after publishing a six-part investigative series, What Really Happened to Jarret Clark? An arrest has finally been made in the 2006 murder of the 18-year-old resident of Broken Arrow, Okla. Read about it here.
In the second article, I explained why, as the man who wrote the book on “insider threats,” I was not surprised by retired Army Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin’s claim that the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the highest levels of our government — including the Pentagon! Read this article here.
When I wasn’t busy writing the pieces above, I had my nose to the grindstone, banging out my first realistic-fiction novel. FYI: I’m on the homestretch now, and hope to finish this thing and get it on sale by SUMMER 2014. Hope you’ll add it to your reading list after you read my first two nonfiction novels ON SALE NOW.