World AnniversaryBattle of the Little BighornJune 25th, 201725-26 Jun – Civil War hero George Armstrong Custer and his detachment of the 7th US Cavalry were annihilated by Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho in the Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876).
MDH EventsHappy SundayJune 25th, 2017Go to your local Bible-believing church and experience God. We'll be at Germantown Baptist Church in Tennessee.
Mark D. Harris, MD, MPH, MBA, MDiv, PhD(c), ThM(c) – Family, Sports, and Preventive Medicine, Colonel (Ret), US Army
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MD Harris Institute Recommended Political Reading ListThe Clash of Civilizations - Samuel Huntington The Federalist - Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay Democracy in America - Alexis de Tocqueville The US Declaration of Independence – Thomas Jefferson The US Constitution – James Madison If you read all of these books, send comments on each one back to the MD Harris Institute. Once we receive your comments, your mailing address, and your email address, you will be entered into a drawing to receive another classic free.
Category Archives: Law-Government-Politics
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Last month my sons and I were discussing some of the early commentary on the 2016 Presidential Campaign. One of them asked my opinion on American Exceptionalism. I had not given it much thought, but spent some time considering the … Continue reading
17 Jan – Eleven thieves stole more than $2,700,000 from the offices of the Brink’s armored car company in Boston in the Great Brink’s Robbery (1950). 21 Jan – The US Coast Guard intercepted a ship with over 9500 lbs … Continue reading
8 Jan – President George Washington delivered the first State of the Union Address before a joint session of Congress in New York City (1790). 8 Jan – The only time in US history that the US national debt was … Continue reading
The other day I was answering email in my office with the door open. A secretary just outside was discussing current events with her boss, a colleague of mine. The news had been full of scandals involving the executive branch … Continue reading
Ecclesiastes 10:2 – A wise man’s heart directs him toward the right, but the foolish man’s heart directs him toward the left. 2 Corinthians 13:1 This is the third time I am coming to you. EVERY FACT IS TO BE … Continue reading
Sometimes positive actions do not suffice to prevent or remedy unacceptable behavior. In these cases, disciplinary action is indicated. The following table contains useful suggestions for the manager in a government setting who needs to punish an employee. Government Service … Continue reading
Americans have waited long for this day to come; some because they are sick of the seemingly endless cycle of electioneering, and others because they are hopeful that their efforts will pay off, or at least their candidates and initiatives … Continue reading