Monthly Archives: May 2015

It’s Time We Have a Holiday to Honor Those Who Try to Stop Wars

American history is littered with examples of pointless wars fought for bad reasons, and with people who risked their careers and their freedom to oppose them. some wars aren’t worth fighting. Some causes aren’t worth sacrificing American lives for. Those … Continue reading

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Michael D. Yates: Honor the Vietnamese, Not Those Who Killed Them

In a letter to Vietnam War veteran Charles McDuff, Major General Franklin Davis, Jr. said, “The United States Army has never condoned wanton killing or disregard for human life.” McDuff had written a letter to President Richard Nixon in January … Continue reading

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