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Nov 6, 2017

Wolf & Iron Podcast #29 – Veteran’s Day Special with Donald McAlister from The Independence Fund

Men, we need to take care of those who have served, and especially those who come back wounded. They are our heroes and our neighbors and The Independence Fund is supporting them in a big way. In this episode I talk to my friend Donald McAlister on what the Independence Fund is ...

Feb 15, 2016

Captains of Industry: Chris and Jason Angelini of American Bench Craft

There has certainly been an upwards trend in handcrafted, American made goods. The return of the artisan man, the shop owner, the leather worker has come about at a most unexpected time. Industrialization has become so commonplace that true craftsmanship is now a novelty, and perhaps more appreciated than it was during the ...

Jan 18, 2016

Why Ted Cruz has My Vote

“Because power corrupts, society’s demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases.” – John Adams, Founding Father & 2nd US President, 1735-1826 If you have spent any time on Wolf & Iron you certainly know that I am a fan of history. I love ...

Jan 15, 2016

Our Sacred Honor

“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” – The Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776 The loss of manliness in our present era may be summed ...

Dec 14, 2015

Christmas in the North Platte Canteen

“Don’t you know the war’s on, Everything is rationed, How ’bout that jive, keep me alive?” – Nat King Cole, If You Can’t Smile and Say Yes, 1945 Just 10 days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941, the U.S. had begun mobilizing troops in preparation ...

Sep 11, 2015

Lessons in Manliness from Mark Watney of The Martian

“My asshole is doing as much to keep me alive as my brain.” – Mark Watney, The Martian Typically, on Wolf & Iron, I write about men of history or some story from my own life from which some manliness can be gleaned. However, The Martian is such a ...

Aug 27, 2015

Book Review: Legend by Eric Blehm + Signed Copy Giveaway!

“We were also starting to see a slow trickle of body bags and wounded. I don’t really believe that even our training personnel had any idea about what we were walking into.” – Roy Benavidez on Vietnam, Legend, Eric Blehm When Eric Blehm’s book, Legend, arrived in the ...

Aug 6, 2015

TRThursday: The Old Lion is Dead – Theodore Roosevelt Dies

As I sit here writing the final article in our wonderful #TRThursday series, I find myself a bit emotional thinking about the man, Roosevelt, his last many adventures, his death, and the impact that such a character has had on history. Many, including myself, will chide his presidency as being one of progressive policies that altered ...

Jul 23, 2015

TRThursday: Roosevelt is Shot in the Chest During a Speech

“I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot.” – Theodore Roosevelt The year is 1912. Former President Theodore Roosevelt is attempting a third term by running as a candidate of the newly formed Progressive Party, created from an ideological divide which had manifested within the ...

Jul 3, 2015

The Age of American Re-Enchantment

“Tis distance lends enchantment to the view, and robes the mountain in its azure hue.” – Thomas Campbell, Scottish Poet, 1777-1844 At the writing of this article, tomorrow is July 4th, the day we celebrate our declared independence and sovereign nationality. I find it interesting that we celebrate the day ...

Jun 24, 2015

No Sinless Flags: Thoughts on the Confederate Flag and the Power of Redemption

“Furl that banner! True, ’tis gory, Yet tis wrethed around with glory, And ’twill live in song and story, Though its folds are in the dust.” – Excerpt from The Conquered Banner, Father Abram Joseph Ryan, 1838-1886 Television has made a nation of fine spectators. As a kid, ...

Apr 30, 2015

TRThursday: The Glory of Work and the Joy of Living

“The man who learns to love hard work will enjoy all of life.” – Unknown This #TRThursday we will look at a passage from the Colonel’s autobiography where he reflects on his Badlands-Cowboy days. He writes the following in 1913, 55 years old, 4 years after leaving the office of the ...
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