When one thinks of Napoleon, images of vast armies at war are brought
quickly to mind. But Napoleon was more than just a general, he was an
intelligent man. This month's puzzle shows his more reflective side
through the mundane - here are his words in regards to newspapers.
The future is our legacy, our destiny; the future even holds our fate.
So it's no surprise that many have sought to see the future. This
month's puzzle reveals the thoughts of Eleanor Roosevelt on this
The creations of inventors are not always accepted by their peers.
History has many examples of highly intelligent people who were
scorned by their peers. Fyodor Dostoyevsky shares his view of these
creative geniuses with this month's puzzle.
War is humanity's most controversial creation. Does anything good ever
come from the death and destruction that a war evokes? Jimmy Carter, a
past US President and an ambassador for many years, has this
philosophical viewpoint on the subject of war.
The image of John Wayne is indelibly cast upon the American public as
that of the intrepid cowboy - a rough and ready man with the
inevitable cowboy hat who wielded justice in one hand and backed it up
with a gun in the other. But in some ways, his true personality was at
odds with his typical movie roles...