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Straight from my mind to your screen—here’s a collection of my thoughts, from the heartfelt to the odd, and everything in between.

You are looking at one of the most unique historical pictures in the world!

The only known picture of Russian soldiers hoisting the American flag on American soil. Circa May 9, 1945. Elizabeth City, NC. Think about the endless anti-Russian tirades in today’s electronic and print media; the collusion with and the manipulation by the evil Red Machine. Now imagine this… Once upon a time, America and Russia were... Learn More

DATE: Oct.17.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

America secretly trains Russian Air Force to fly deadly, American-built warplanes…in North Carolina!

Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin conceived Project Zebra mission in Tehran, Iran Sound impossible, given today’s headlines? Well, not only did the top-secret mission Project Zebra actually happen, but it remained classified until December 31, 2012, thanks to Harry Truman’s insistence the world should never know about “Roosevelt’s collaboration with the devil.” During the early... Learn More

DATE: Oct.10.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

“One of the last great untold stories of WW2.”

-American Russian Cultural Foundation March 1943. The first Soviet Zebras and their American training counterparts on the tarmac in Elizabeth City, NC For 19 months during World War II, President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin did the inconceivable! They authorized a little-known mission called Project Zebra, which was finally declassified in 2013, making it... Learn More

DATE: Oct.03.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

Decorated Russian commander expresses “everlasting appreciation” to America.

Colonel Maxim Chibisov’s US Navy-issued ID card used during Project Zebra, and kept as a keepsake the rest of his life When Hitler destroyed 80 percent of the Soviet air force during the early days of World War II, the decorated Russian air hero, Colonel Maxim Chibisov, was hand-picked by Comrade Joseph Stalin... Learn More

DATE: Sep.26.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

Sometimes, there’s just nothing else to say.

Circa 1944. 300 Russian airmen secretly trained by US Navy pilots in North Carolina to fly huge, state-of-the-art warplanes built by America to Russian specs “FASCINATING. CLASSY. HEARTFELT. HISTORY DONE RIGHT.” “UNIQUE MOMENT IN TIME. SKILLFULLY CAPTURED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.” “LIKE SITTING ON A PORCH LISTENING TO YOUR GRANDFATHER VIVIDLY RECITE AN OLD... Learn More

DATE: Sep.18.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!

U.S. Navy Lt. Gregory Gagarin (an MIT graduate) surrounded by Russian officers on a hill in North Carolina as he explained the American political Russian As long as I can remember, Russians have been the people “we love to hate.” During the 1944 Dewey-Roosevelt Presidential election, Dewy promised voters said he... Learn More

DATE: Sep.11.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

Russians invade the home of Wilbur and Orville Wright.

American and Russian allies pause at Wilbur & Wright Memorial in North Carolina during top-secret Project Zebra. (circa 1944) Russia and America were borne of radically different circumstances. So, it is not surprising that each has country’s social philosophies, political systems, and cultural traditions are radically different. Ironically, for reasons too numerous... Learn More

DATE: Sep.04.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

What do The Salad Oil King and The Godfather have in common?

Tino De Angelis (l) , AKA The Salad Oil King, and Vito Corleone (r), AKA The Godfather, knew how to pull the strings behind the scenes THE ANSWER? Both were unscrupulous yet loyal. Violent yet romantic. Greedy yet benevolent. But there were distinct differences between the two men… Vito Corleone was the figment of... Learn More

DATE: Aug.20.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

The kind of love story you don’t see anymore. 80 Years compressed into 60-seconds. Enjoy.

We live in a world of soundbites. Everybody wants you to get to the point in the least possible time. The above video was meant to give prospective readers a brief, but substantive peek under the tent. Alas, Save the Last Dance is not for everybody. It’s meant for the reader who believes... Learn More

DATE: Jul.30.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived

A heart-warming love story about two soulmates, who survived broken promises and shattered dreams.

Fanny and Charlie, best friends for life. LITTLE ITALY, NEW YORK CITY. 1912. “Watcha doing, Charlie? asked the beautiful, 7-year old young girl with long brown curls peeking out of her straw hat. “I’m making you a picture, Fanny,” replied the handsome 8-year old man with drawing a boat in New York Harbor on the... Learn More

DATE: Jul.23.2018 | CATEGORY: Archived