Vietnam War (1955-1975)

Anticipating Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s Forthcoming PBS Documentary, “The Vietnam War”

Anticipating Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s Forthcoming PBS Documentary, “The Vietnam War”

In September 2017, PBS will air the highly anticipated – seemingly touted as the definitive documentary – about the Vietnam War, directed by respected documentarians Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The goal of this 10-episode, 18-hour project is, according to the directors, to “create a film everyone could embrace” and to provide the viewer with information and insights that are “new and revelatory.” Just as importantly, they intend the film to provide the impetus and parameters for a much needed national conversation about this controversial and divisive period in American history.

We Have Met the Evil Empire and It Is Us

We Have Met the Evil Empire and It Is Us

When I served in Vietnam, there was no pretense that we were defending anything. Even in the elite combat unit I was in, the war itself was universally opposed as comic and absurd. We were clearly fighting people who were defending their country from foreign invaders, the real enemy, “us.”

History: Read it and Learn (Part V of: A Bird’s Eye View of Contrived Terror)

History: Read it and Learn (Part V of: A Bird’s Eye View of Contrived Terror)

by Prof. Moti Nissani — “The real menace of our Republic is the invisible government which like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our cities, states and nation.  At the head is a small group of banking houses…This little coterie…runs our government for their own selfish ends. It operates under cover of a […]

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