Tag Archives: Vietnam War

Vietnam War Revisited

Bill Maher made some sense the other day. To paraphrase, he said that the Vietnam War was about fighting communism from afar because America was not willing to fight it at home. I agree to a point. Communism needed to … Continue reading

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The Crusades and an Unpopular War

The media loved to call the Iraq War “Bush’s unpopular war”. President Obama stated that if elected he would end the war. Well, he has begun pulling our troops and declared that the war is over. Of course we all … Continue reading

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Surrender

President Obama has decided, with all of his “military expertise” as a community organizer, that it is time for us to leave Iraq on its own. Just as during the Vietnam War, American media and far leftists have convinced the … Continue reading

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Feminist Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy knows no bounds on the left. This is particularly true of feminists. Since the late 1960’s, feminists have condemned women who stay home to take care of their children. Feminists pushed women to “find their voice”. Women who did … Continue reading

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The Treason of Jane Fonda

58,479 Americans dead. Countless thousand Americans wounded. Countless Vietnamese dead or wounded. Countless Laotians dead or wounded. Countless Thai dead or wounded. Countless Australians dead or wounded. All in the name of freedom and democracy. All in the name of … Continue reading

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Dear Fellow Vietnam Veterans

This image is of a man who served his country during the Vietnam War. I don’t know his name, but I know his face. I saw many faces like his during my time in Vietnam. I saw the tired, sad, … Continue reading

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