Americans born 17 years ago can now enlist to fight in a war that began before they were born. It’s time to end the Afghanistan war.
The most notorious visual example of Jane Fonda’s treason against the United States was her sitting atop a Vietcong anti-aircraft gun that shot down numerous American planes.
Imagine if the ambiguous result in our long struggle to end poverty—like the Vietnam War, an effort in which the goal posts always seem to be moving—was shown to be as ineffective.
Marches are not only antithetical to the aesthetics of republicanism, but, quite often, they’re antithetical to its purpose.
The willingness of the survivors to push for gun control has transformed them into idols of an anti-gun mainstream media.
The teens going on television to agitate for gun control after the Parkland shooting make the case, not for lowering the voting age, but for raising it.
Doug Brinson says he often hears his mission replayed as an audio backdrop to video clips on Vietnam. ‘I’m hit, but no sweat,’ Brinson informs the pilot, and keeps shooting.
Geoffrey Shaw’s account is a page-turning, sorrowful account of how the United States betrayed a man of remarkable character and political genius.
Despite his liberal, pacifist inclinations, my father answered his country’s call during the Vietnam War, and worked as a U.S. Army medic.
Jim Webb has been pushed out of an award for pointing out that women aren’t as well-suited for combat as men. Apparently some female soldiers can’t handle ideas they don’t like.
The notion that Trump was at fault for a Navy SEAL’s death—any more than those who died on Obama’s watch are his fault—doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
It’s not just scandals like Watergate that have crippled voters’ trust. It’s also attitudes of entitlement and media fear-mongering.
If Bernie Sanders didn’t have to fight in Vietnam because of his beliefs, why do business owners have to participate in gay weddings in spite of theirs?
All of us in military uniform have experienced the reflexive thanks of the nation. But it is now time for all of us to move on.
‘World Order’ reflects badly on Henry Kissinger and on the establishment that celebrates him.
We are losing Iraq for the same reason we lost Vietnam: we are fighting one war, while the insurgents fight another.
‘Born in the USA’ is a blistering criticism of American society that resonates with Republicans: a poorly led war, the treatment of veterans, inequality of opportunity, and a weak job market.
The next progressive president will further endanger Americans by supporting thugs, backstabbing friends, and using international crises to remake America.
On Veterans Day, a moment of thanks. We know your homecoming is bittersweet.
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