To Set the Record Straight: How Swift Boat Veterans, POWs and the New Media Defeated John Kerry offers a chilling insight into the media manipulation of the Vietnam War and the records involving U.S. Senator John Kerry’s experience with the communist-backed protest organization Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW).
Articles By: Rachel Paulk
When social planners try their hand at military affairs, they usually can impress an elite audience, unless that gathering includes actual combat veterans.
According to uniformed visitors there, Iraq is in better shape than we have been lead to believe.
While millions of people gathered in Beijing to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics, protestors met outside of Chinese embassies in Washington D.C., London, Madrid, Paris, Stockholm, Rome, Berlin, Lausanne, and Ottawa to call attention to China’s gross violations of basic human rights.
Facing an energy crisis at home and punitive new regulations abroad, some of the largest airline companies are banding together to face the problems caused by these trends.
So what exactly has Nancy Pelosi’s “do-nothing” Congress done?
Republican congressmen are now staging sit-ins reminiscent of the hippy protests of Vietnam—except instead of flower children holding “make love, not war” signs, these weathered politicians have gathered to rail against the Democrats’ refusal to address the energy crisis.
The experts disagree on the Bush administration’s scorecard for the Middle East, even if the surge has fostered more stability in Iraq.
With Monday’s talks expected to focus on aid and security issues, maintaining a solid political relationship with the Islamic nation is vital to the success of the U.S. mission in Afghanistan.
Scattered Pictures: Reflections Of An American Muslim is a collection of scholarly essays written by Imam Zaid Shakir on a range of issues confronting Muslims today.