Jesuit priest and author Thomas Reese wrote a Religion News Service column critical of the US missile strikes on Syria’s…
Mark TooleyApril 15, 2018
My Lai is rightly associated with disgrace, abhorrence, and sorrow. But because of the actions of a few brave men who stood against their own, My Lai ought also to be associated with courage, decency, and love.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 16, 2018
The Post with Meryl Streep as publisher Katherine Graham and Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee recalls the 1971 battle…
Mark TooleyFebruary 4, 2018
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive. Here is what you should know about the attacks that changed the course of the Vietnam War.
Joe CarterFebruary 2, 2018
The PBS documentary fails to distinguish moral differences between belligerents, to account for the post-1968 strategy, and to learn the right lessons.
Mackubin Thomas OwensOctober 18, 2017
In this first of a two-part review, Mac Owens reflects on the Ken Burns & Lynn Novick PBS documentary “The Vietnam War” and why it falls short of its effort to provide a balanced view of the conflict.
Mackubin Thomas OwensOctober 17, 2017
Friday I attended a memorial service at Fort Myer for Nixon-era Defense Secretary Melvin Laird, who died in November at…
Mark TooleyMay 22, 2017
Every couple years a supposedly new revelation claims Nixon secretly sabotaged a possible Vietnam peace settlement by LBJ during the 1968 election.
Mark TooleyJanuary 3, 2017
Some years ago I watched on television the compelling 1984 film The Killing Fields, in which Sam Waterston plays an…
Mark TooleyJuly 21, 2016
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