How a 70-year-old Marine officer from Columbia, S.C. proves the Marine Corps still builds men By Thomas S. Mullikin, PhD America’s Marine Corps was established on November 10, 1775, when the Continental Congress ordered that two battalions of Marines be raised for combatant service aboard ship, as Naval landing forces,Continue Reading

This is a follow-up to an article that ran on Oct 17th of 2020. It seems now that more than 50 percent of American adults are vaccinated, people are once again interested in going to museums, restaurants, beaches and theaters. However, there is one essential sector of the economy that has not yetContinue Reading

Decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the motorcoach or charter bus industry did not receive vital economic relief from Congress during the CARES Act and are hoping the Coronavirus Economic Relief for Transportation Services (CERTS) Act language is included in the next stimulus package. The CERTS Act would provide $10 billionContinue Reading