Brian Hazelgren – A few years ago I wrote a book (Everlasting Wisdom) based on a series of choices that the most successful and powerful king of his day had made, and how he eventually built a massive empire. I became somewhat of a student of wisdom, and the story of King Solomon is where I […]

When I was growing up my Dad used to tell me to be wise in my choices of friends, choosing my career, and how I speak to others. He would remind me that there are people who would only look out for themselves – and to always make sure that I could count on my […]

New Day – New Hope Monday, Nov 7, 2016 was the last day of the old order. On that day, most everyone thought we were in for another four years of the same old, same old, and the polls said Hillary Clinton would win the election.  Tuesday, late afternoon was very gloomy among the people […]

This past week has been a great reminder of the freedom’s we all enjoy, and a reminder of our brave soldiers who have fought and continue to fight freedom. I was fortunate enough to speak at the Tempe Rotary about our foundation assisting veterans. I asked all of the veterans in the room to stand […]

I recently read a quick overview of what our health care system has turned into…classic. In order to insure the uninsured, we first have to un-insure the insured. Next we require the newly un-insured to be re-insured. To re-insure the newly un-insured, they are required to pay extra charges to be re-insured. The extra charges […]

We Are at War Here Folks – It’s Time To Heed The Battle Cry and Fight Back!  A Speech by Brian Hazelgren How the Battle of Little Round Top Saved A Regiment, an Army, and A Nation and What We Need To Learn From It We’re fighting against inflation, unemployment, a government bent on spending […]

Today my sweet Mother had to undergo heart surgery to repair three blocked arteries. It obviously has been a stressful time for the family, especially my Dad. But through it all we have come to rely more on God, and to rely on each other. I decided to write down a few words to honor […]