Tag Archives: John F. Kennedy
“I, for one, doubt that I’ll ever again trust the assertions and promises of most generals. And I’m not in bad company.”
We should be demanding that interviewers in the media start calling out so-called “experts” when the experts are caught distorting the truth.
Snaking past the Capitol, an extremely long line of men in uniform threw purple hearts and medals of every sort into a trash bin. Most then made a brief statement about why they hated the war . . . One soldier, resisting the visible urge to cry, simply walked off without saying a word, onl […]