Commander Jeff Huber, U.S. Navy (retired) was a naval flight officer who commanded an aircraft squadron and was operations officer of USS Theodore Roosevelt, the carrier that fought the Kosovo War. He earned a master-of-arts degree in post-modern imperialism at the U.S. Naval War College where many of his essays became required student reading. Jeff’s weekly satires on U.S. foreign policy high jinks appear at Antiwar.com and his critically applauded novel Bathtub Admirals (Kunati Books), a lampoon on America's rise to global dominance, is on sale now." - Excerpted nearly completely from Jeff's blog Pen & Sword.
By now, many folks who knew of Cmdr Jeff Huber have heard of his passing, but I just wanted to take a moment to say "Farewell, Commander" and point folks to some of his previous work for ePluribus Media:
People are invited to use this as an Open Thread, and encouraged to list any other items (ideally with links) to works by Jeff that helped make a difference - and helped to make the world a better place, in spite of the efforts of others to rein it in & rain darkness upon it.
Friday night, Keith Olbermann recited the voiceover for video depicting the Bush presidency, calling it "eight years in eight minutes." I wasn't certain if it would be grandiose and over the top or not, but -- damn. Every data point hit. Nothing extra, and he caught a great deal of the disastrous data points, big and small.
Watch, and while you may weep for what our nation has been subjected to and reduced to, you can also be thankful that the long national nightmare is effectively over, and a time of reckoning and accountability is upon us if we are to restore ourselves to a whole, healthy democratic republic once more: