Remembering Vietnam War Hero Jeremiah Denton


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The nation loses a man who persevered against communist brutality and outwitted his captors.

Obama Insists on Refighting Vietnam, Iwo Jima Against Vets


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Obama might want to recall how the Cold War ended. It didn’t end with the Reds winning.

Obama: “Ho Chi Mihn was Inspired by the United States Constitution”


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“President Obama has accepted our invitation and will try his best to pay a visit to Vietnam during his term.”

Peace Corps Vet Chris Matthews Mocks John McCain’s Vietnam Service


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Both Matthews and McCain were well connected young men. The difference is that McCain served his country, while Matthews was playing tourist in Africa on Uncle Sam’s dime.

Japanese “Allegedly” Bomb Pearl Harbor? Islamists “Allegedly” Setting Bombs?


Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the 23-year-old Muslim Nigerian “charged” with the failed attempt on the Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight now has a public defender. So we will be hearing a lot about “allegedly this and that” for the next few years. He will be tried in criminal court instead of a military tribunal [...]

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The Physics of Destroying America: Equal and Opposite Far-Right


In the introduction to Unholy Alliance, David Horowitz explains that his book is about:
“The political Left in America, its problematic allegiances with Islamic radicals, its influence in the Democratic Party, its opposition to the war in Iraq, and its impact on the War on Terror.”

Speaking of the Left’s attempt to equate the Vietnam War and [...]

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West Point “Days of Rage”: Speaking Lies to Power


In 1969 a brilliant law student stood in a park in Chicago and gave a speech about Vietnam.  Her friends burned flags and hurled obscenities at the U.S. Military.  The United States fell prey to this Marxist propaganda, and millions of our fellow human beings were slaughtered or enslaved when we abandoned the Vietnamese people.
Forty [...]

Behind Afghan War Debate, a Battle of Two Books Rages – WSJ.com


OCTOBER 7, 2009
Behind Afghan War Debate, a Battle of Two Books Rages
By PETER SPIEGEL and JONATHAN WEISMAN
WASHINGTON — The struggle to set the future course of the Afghan war is becoming a battle of two books — both suddenly popular among White House and Pentagon brain trusts.
The two draw decidedly different lessons from the Vietnam [...]

Lunch Break


Sonnet for the Vietnam Dead

They were but boys, whose lives you threw away.
They went because the country asked them to,
And served a cause their leaders would betray—
Thank Christ they never saw that bitter day.

They lived in holes, and slept in soaking rain,
Grew thin, and sick, and weary through and through.
They knew each day [...]