Vietnam, the Media and Lies by Bill  Laurie

Vietnam, the Media and Lies by Bill  Laurie
Vietnam, the Media and Lies by Bill  Laurie “There were some worthy, honest, and intelligent reporters in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Dickey Chapelle, Robert Shaplen, Liz Trotta, Peter Braestrup, Hugh Mulligan, Keyes Beech, Neil Davis, Denis Warner, were among those who objectively, and without resort to sensationalism, conveyed elements of truth, parts of the puzzle,...
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The Right of War

The Right of War
The Right of War By Z. Morad Is the current war really the biggest mistake of all time? Are the Republicans Fascists? Imperialists? Warmongers? Is the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan really the worst mistake in US history? Although there was a time when Americans generally agreed that their country was a force for good,...
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We Don't Want Your Views on War – You Lie!

We Don't Want Your Views on War – You Lie!
We Don’t Want Your Views on War – You Lie! by Leonard Magruder Following in the footsteps of Rep. Joe Wilson  who is now famous for his “You Lie!” outburst during Pres. Obama’s speech.  The universities and media are still promoting the same Leftist views about the current War on Terror, as they did, and...
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Why Mexico is Important

Posted by in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Media on Dec 21 | Comments closed
Why Mexico is Important
Why Mexico is Important by ME Leclerc The U.S. must stay engaged with Mexico in the war on drugs Mexico’s potential for fragmentation is a serious threat to US national security however, there is a low level of preoccupation that the phenomenon of OTM (Other than Mexicans) persons and the spillover of drug-related violence into the...
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Don't Let Anyone Say the World Hates America

Posted by in Foreign Policy, Media, National Policy on Dec 21 | 5 comments
Don't Let Anyone Say the World Hates America
Today We Were Rock Stars. We shut the aircraft down and what we saw was 350 plus people ranging in ages from 6 months to old and gray standing silently at a fence watching our every movement. I walked around the nose of my aircraft a mere 150 feet away from this crowd, I gave...
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God, Murder, and Ft. Hood

God, Murder, and Ft. Hood
God, Murder, and Ft. Hood by Leonard Magruder The landlady came up the stairs all upset. “There has been a mass killing at Fort Hood. Who would do such a thing ?”. “A Muslim terrorist”, I told her. Not having heard about this I turned on Fox News, and sure enough, Smith and O’Reilly were...
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The Jihad at Ft. Hood

Posted by in Islamism, Media on Nov 30 | 5 comments
The Jihad at Ft. Hood
Before we examine the Jihad at Ft. Hood and all of the people who were senselessly killed there, we must first understand how to stop thinking like...
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Vietnam and the Media: Part 1

Posted by in Media, Vietnam on Nov 29 | Comments closed
Vietnam and the Media:  Part 1
The data also shows that the networks never allowed the true neo-fascist views and tactics of the New Left and the S.D.S. to be known, protecting them as part of a larger body of “harmless” or “idealistic” youth and using them to project an image of “youth in revolt against the war” and in general actively helping to promote their...
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A Breeding Ground for Indoctrination: The American Campus

Posted by in Media, Vietnam on Nov 29 | Comments closed
A Breeding Ground for Indoctrination: The American Campus
In the 60’s-70’s, my thing was walking out in the middle of a campus anti-war protest and handing out literature showing that they were...
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Liberal pacifism’s lie By Michael Fowler

Liberal pacifism’s lie By Michael Fowler
Edmund Burke said, “All that is necessary for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing.” Whereas pacifism—as promoted by Leo Tolstoy, the moral hero of the left—demands that good men do nothing even in the face of...
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