Each month as the bulletin is published, we are reminded of an observation by Robert E. Lee in 1863. “It appears we have appointed our worst generals to command forces, and our most gifted and brilliant to edit newspapers! In fact, I discovered by reading newspapers that these editor/geniuses plainly saw all my strategic defects from the start, yet failed to inform me until it was too late. Accordingly, I’m readily willing to yield my command to these obviously superior intellects, and I’ll in turn, do my best for the Cause by writing editorials -- after the fact.” Now, I might stand corrected, but it seemed to me that General Lee was a pretty witty old boy. His remarks are applicable to more that just a war or a monthly bulletin.