Browsing All posts tagged under »Vietnam«

America, Where Are You Going?

July 14, 2019 by


America has experienced levels of prosperity unlike any nation on earth. And yet… Roger Helle  ~ Although it was a number of years ago, the memory of the divine appointment is still with me. I had told myself that Vietnam was one place I would never go back to. Yet here I was in Saigon […]

Celebrating True Freedom

July 8, 2019 by


This article is timeless, with an insightful look at the reality of Socialism. It provides us with Real Life knowledge that probably 90% of our citizens, who are parroting socialist talking points, are not aware of. —ed  ~     “To those who have fought for it, freedom has a flavor that the protected will […]

Readers’ Choice: Best of Alexander for 2018

December 27, 2018 by


The Mueller/Comey/Clinton Collusion to Take Down Trump The claim of campaign-finance violations will fuel the Democrats’ relentless hounding of Trump over the next two years, as it fits with their “stolen election” narrative and is fodder for faux impeachment charges. The Deconstruction and Repeal of the Second Amendment There is a growing chorus of leftist […]

Memorial Day

May 26, 2014 by


In Honor of American Patriots Memorial Day is reserved to honor the service and sacrifice of generations of now-departed American Patriots, those of our Armed Services who held fast to their sacred oaths “to support and defend” the Liberty enshrined in our Constitution. Accordingly, please visit our tribute page to fallen American Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, […]

Profile: Col. George Everett ‘Bud’ Day

August 1, 2013 by


A Great American Patriot, RIP By Mark Alexander “Gentlemen, you will permit me to put on my spectacles, for, I have grown not only gray, but almost blind in the service of my country.” –George Washington (1783) A few days ago, I received the latest copy of “The Hook,” a seasonal journal of carrier aviation […]

President Obama a neo-Nixon

October 11, 2010 by


By T. Lee Humphrey If you ask the average American who is old enough to remember President Nixon, what you best remember about him, most people won’t say, he ended the Vietnam war or he visited China or that he kept an enemies list, they’ll say Watergate…and won’t mean the break-in at the Watergate Hotel […]

Will Colin Powell Give Obama a General Discharge?

September 25, 2010 by


By Ken Blackwell “If I’ve lost Walter Cronkite, I’ve lost Middle America,” said President Lyndon B. Johnson at the time of the Communist Tet Offensive in Vietnam in 1968. Walter Cronkite was then the CBS News anchor man, often described as ‘the most trusted man in America.’ Just a few weeks after he said that, […]

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 […]

American Minute – General Norman Schwarzkopf

August 23, 2008 by


Exclusive: William J. Federer’s American Minute Born AUGUST 22, 1934, he served in Vietnam, commanded the U.S. forces in Grenada and Desert Storm, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and knighted by the Queen of England. This was four-star General Norman Schwarzkopf. On December 22, 1990, President George H.W. Bush was asked by the press: […]

American Minute – Today In History – The Original Memorial Day

May 30, 2008 by


May 30, 2008 Exclusive: William J. Federer’s American Minute Southern women scattered spring flowers on the graves of both the Northern and Southern soldiers who died during the Civil War. This was the origin of Memorial Day, which in 1868 was set on MAY 30. In 1968 it was moved to the last Monday in […]

FSM Security Update: Among the Many Faces of Terrorism: Children + More

October 4, 2007 by


FSM Security Update: 10-04-07 [My arthritis is bothering me so bad, I have a hard time typing. Instead of my posts here’s a few that caught my eye. Please tell me what you think – good or bad – so I know what interests you. Thanks — Al (Grumpy Old Man)] Among the Many Faces […]