Hey, Who Did Win the Vietnam War Anyway?

    History is full of ironies and none more so than the development of Vietnam in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.  Independent journalist Michael Totten, who specializes in covering wars and desperately poor, ill governed countries, gives us refreshing news about

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The Old World in its Sunset Was Fair to See

    Like many others, I often summon up in my memory the impression of those July days.  The world on the verge of its catastrophe was very brilliant.  Nations and Empires crowned with princes and potentates rose majestically on

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Can She Afford to Pay For Her Own Birth Control Now?

    Sandra Fluke, the Goddess of the entitlement mentality, is running for a state senate seat out in California.   Fluke donated $12,000 to her campaign and $4,826.27 in non-monetary contributions. While $16,826.27 may not sound like a lot,

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PopeWatch: Fracking

Pope Francis has given yet another interview, this time to Viva in Argentina.     The Pope also spoke about environmental issues and how mankind continues to waste the bounty given by God. He also appeared to voice his opposition

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July 30, 1864: Debacle at the Crater

When looking at the battle of the Crater, it is a study in contrasts.  The digging of the tunnel and the explosion of the mine at dawn on July 30, 1864, go here to read about the tunnel construction, was a

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