Tag: Vietnam

Old Sarge: Remembering Veterans Day

Posted by in Military Interests, Veterans, Vietnam War

The veteran may be the aged fellow who is still trying to shut out the images of the Tet Offensive of 1968, and still remembers how his former best friend in high school called him “baby killer” and “willing tool of the “war mongers.”

From D-Day to Khe Sanh, America is Nothing Without its Veterans

Posted by in History, Veterans, Vietnam War

This was one of the events that made that generation shine, without a doubt. Oh, they had their faults; racial prejudice was a problem, and many people were hardened and bitter, having endured the Great Depression

Do Americans Really Appreciate Their Heroes?

Posted by in liberalism, Veterans, Vietnam War

While Dad was in Korea and my older sister suffered with polio, we lived luxuriously in wonderful clapboard wooden housing built years before, eating the best rice and beans the economy and the local stores had to offer

Fall of Saigon: The Deadly Peace of 1975

Posted by in Communism, National Defense, Vietnam War
killer hippies

I am writing these books so that Vietnam Veteranss can set their grand children on their knees and open the pages to an era, not of shame or failure, but of heroism, goodness, and Military victories, during the Vietnam War.

Vietnam: War Abroad, Skirmishes at Home

Posted by in Christian Teachings, Veterans, Vietnam War

He jabbed his finger into our mutual acquaintance’s chest and said loudly, “Why don’t you just shut up! At least he’s got the guts to do something about what he believes in! What’s your cause, Fats, besides ruining people’s evenings?”

#Obamacare: Obama’s Battle of the Somme

Posted by in Obama, Obamacare, Vietnam War

Obama is fighting his political Battle of the Somme, and we have the political momentum. Stick together. We can always argue after we win in 2016.

What is a Veteran?

Posted by in Military Interests, Veterans, Vietnam War

Dear God, don’t let the world forget what we’ve done, and if we forget you, Lord, please don’t forget us. We really do like it when you thank us for our service, folks, so say “thanks” to a veteran on Veteran’s Day!

The Sarge: Was Vietnam an Illegal War?

Posted by in Veterans, Vietnam War, Vietnamese-American Community

Because of our loss in Vietnam, the number of communist “wars of liberation” in Africa, Asia, and South America more than tripled in the 15 years after the fall of Saigon, and millions died as a result.

The Sarge: On Liberals and Blind Loyalty to Democrat Politicians

Posted by in liberalism, Politics, Veterans, Vietnam War

I heard a young man say Calvin Coolidge resegregated the federal government and liked the racist film “Birth of a Nation.” It was Woodrow Wilson, who also revitalized the KKK when they were at a low ebb.


Posted by in American Dream

Forrest, whose star of serendipity shone upon him brightly once more, went very big with the “Bubba Gump Shrimp” company. His boat turned into a fleet, and the fleet turned into more money than Forrest would know what to do with. Forrest gave Bubba’s portion to his momma in Bayou La Batre.

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