Rob Sullivan

War Correspondents & Proof for Goliath’s Ilk

By Rob Sullivan The one event that shaped the world more than any other during the last Century was World War II. Conservative estimates place the number killed during the conflict as well north of 55,000,0001. In Europe, the war officially began in September of 1939 with Germany’s invasion of Poland. Over succeeding months, the German Wehrmacht would sweep through and take Norway, Denmark, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In May of the 1940, Hitler invaded France. Germany’s Blietkrieg (German for “lightning war”) tactics overwhelmed the British and French forces. Within … Read More »

Tomahawks, Totem Poles, Teepees and a Tower

Distant Memories of Eternal Truth By Rob Sullivan One afternoon I decided it might be fun to ride the gondola up Whiteface Mountain in Upstate New York. At the top of the 4,867-foot tall mountain, is one of the more impressive views. With my nephew and niece in tow, up the mountain we went. The day we were there – a Native American Festival was being held. Tribal dances and Native American art were there for the viewing. What really caught my attention though were the ancient legends conveyed by … Read More »