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Vietnam War 1967: On This Day In History 100,000 people...

58,220 Americans died in the Vietnam War.

Updated for Memorial Day, Trump Drop the Hammer: Vietnam Combat Disabled...

Gordon Duff - I call this murder and as a veterans service officer for 25 years, I know if which I speaketh. Trump has ordered disabled veterans be ousted from the system as freeloaders.

Aleppo Freed, Biggest US Defeat Since Vietnam

The people of Aleppo are celebrating the fact, no longer will they be subjected to the most brutal, murderous regime imaginable.

Flag Burning Again, Another Draft Dodging Patriot’s Stench

Now we have another Vietnam era chickenhawk draft dodger probably heading for the White House, unless of course there really is a god, something I gave up on perhaps at age 3.

NEO – Why America Loses Wars

Gordon Duff - The real threat is and has been what the military represents, de facto martial law for nearly two decades, total surveillance, controlled press, plunging standards of living, hopeless and idiot political theatre and a culture of unreality, even fantasy, replacing coherent thought.

Top Secret Khazarian Mafia Disposal Operations for American Soldiers

The American people, and especially American Soldiers, were never supposed to find out about these top-secret Khazarian Mafia operations to dispose of US Soldiers after they are no longer needed for cannon-fodder to fight KM foreign wars for profit.

Russia unexpectedly loses India and Vietnam

Washington is trying to get India also involved in the game against China. Vietnam and India have never shared sympathy for the United States. What has changed now?

Why Are There So Many Copies of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial...

There are multiple copies and even traveling versions of the wall. This increases access, but does it dilute the meaning of the monument?

The South China Sea Crisis: International Law, Sovereignty and the Control...

A long brewing crisis of both regional and global proportions has been festering in the South China Sea in recent years between claimants to a variety of islands, reefs and shoals and more importantly access to oil and natural gas resources that are worth trillions of dollars.

Operation LZ hosts homecoming for Vietnam veterans

North Iowa hosted a five-day thank-you event in August for Vietnam veterans.

Yemen: Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam?

The Saudis' methods are unsound.

Despite Censorship, a War Far Greater Than Vietnam Continues

The Turkey's National Intelligence Organization (MİT) and ISIL terrorist group have resumed negotiations on the freedom of a jailed Turkish soldier who had been abducted by the terrorist group near the borders with Syria with 200 militants jailed by Ankara.

Kerry – Vietnam war war profound failure of diplomacy

Speaking in Hanoi at the end of a five-nation tour, Kerry brought up the US experience in Vietnam

Special tribute to Vietnam War Veterans – 40th Anniversary of the...

We're paying special tribute to our Vietnam War Veterans -- 40th Anniversary of the end of the War.

Pat Gualtieri, Vietnam Vet and Long-Time Producer Dies

Patrick L. Gualtieri, a U.S. Army veteran of Vietnam who helped build a struggling New York City Veterans Day Parade into America’s Parade, the largest celebration of service in America, died July 21 after a short illness.

Vietnam War Veterans Have Found the Enemy

President Obama will soon roll out the White House’s red carpet to greet Vietnam’s Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong.

None Caring Congress for Navy Vietnam Veterans

It has come of a common opinion amongst Vietnam War Veterans that Congress tends to exclude mostly Blue Water Vietnam Veterans for VA benefits.

A Vietnam Veteran with PTSD is the First US Execution of...

In the first execution carried out in the US in 2015, last night Georgia put to death a decorated Vietnam War veteran who had been diagnosed with severe mental illness before he killed a deputy sheriff after a traffic stop in 1998.

Where have all the Flower Power Protesters Gone?

This past August the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival took place, and I was so glad I did not have to see any news coverage of the event on the national nightly news.

Vietnam Celebrates National Day

Vietnam celebrated National Day in Paris, France on September 2, 2014.

The Last Bayonet Charge in Vietnam… Continues

- A Memorial Day retrospective for Gordon and his squad, sent to Vietnam to kill impoverished, illiterate Asian agricultural workers deemed a national security threat to the US

The Sacrilege of War

I will spend this Memorial Day weekend grieving the suffering of all who have been touched by war remembering that I am both a victim and a victimizer.

NEO – School Text Book Wars in Asia

- Under the new political conditions, there is another ideological shift, which is immediately reflected in freshly corrected textbooks.

Meeting with Enemy

Though, as a member of Veterans For Peace and a philosophy professor with a focus on war and ethics, I have often discussed my impressions and insights about war and its aftermath in the classroom, at conferences and with civic groups, I had never had such discussions with someone who had been my "enemy."

3,600 and Counting: Vietnam Vet’s Portraits Pay Tribute to Fallen Soldiers

When Michael Reagan came back from the Vietnam War he said there was a piece of him missing. “I joined because there was a war going on, and I felt it was my duty to do that,” said Reagan.

Ghosts of Vietnam

- I managed to catch malaria, get hit by a handful of scrap metal and gain a permanent distrust for the US government

Inside Beltway IV: Left Behind, Treason Beyond Measure

The amount of lying, deceit and murder required to keep this BIG LIE and treason secret is astounding and beyond the imagination of most normal Americans.

America At War – Home and Abroad.

Though the government (prosecution and defense) rested its case and the judge ruled on the evidence, the public jury remained unconvinced that the September 11, 2011 attack was not an inside job, a false flag Coup d’ Etate to justify America’s declaration of war on the world and on its own citizens.

Vietnam Video

The video is a conversion of a Powerpoint I received from Jimmie (Col. Jim Hanke, USA SF), an A Team Leader in Vietnam. I served with a Marine Special Landing Team.

Old Women Derail US, Cyber Ops Spending, New Bush Library

$4.7 billion is budgeted for 2014 – up about 17 percent or $800 million from last year. Hackers have stolen an estimated $400 billion in trade secrets from the United States in recent years.