Browsing All posts tagged under »Vietnam War«

Politicizing the Fourth of July

July 4, 2019 by


This was written on Jun. 8, 2019, but in case you missed it then, here it is. I think it’s appropriate for you to read the rest of the story that our Leftist-Socialist media refuses to tell you! (Bold emphasis mine.) —ed. ~     Gary Bauer  ~     A left-wing Washington Post columnist […]

What Patriotic Service Looks Like

January 8, 2019 by


Reps. Jim Baird, Brian Mast, and Dan Crenshaw know the cost of the oaths “to support and defend.” By Nate Jackson  ~   In the above photo, Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) (center) welcomes new “All American” wounded combat veterans — Rep. Jim Baird (R-IN) (left) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) (right) — on their first day […]

John Kerry: A World Class Doofus

November 21, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ Recently, in the wake of another diplomatic disaster for the Obama regime, Secretary of State John Kerry said, “We are not blind and I don’t think we’re stupid.”  He and the President may not think they’re stupid, but the leaders of nations around the world most certainly do.   In a […]

What You Don’t Know About The Vietnam War Memorial

June 23, 2009 by


Last year my wife and I took one-day bus trip to Washington D.C. This was something we had both always wanted to do, and when we can manage to find the time we want to go again. It is truly humbling to visit some of the memorials in our nation’s capitol. High on the list […]

America the Delusional

May 26, 2008 by


I’ve often wondered why the American public seems to believe one thing easily and with few exceptions while other things never seem to be resolved, is it politicians that fuel the flames of a story or event or is it the media that choose to string out a story and every so often dust it […]