Wednesday, March 28, 2018

March 29

1973 - The last United States troops left South Vietnam, ending America's direct military involvement in the Vietnam War.

Vietnam was the “right war, at the right place, and at the right time,” but our government didn’t have the testicular fortitude to fight it as Americans...Instead they chose to fight it as Frenchmen, or worse - the Obama Foreign Policy Sorority.

Liberalism run-amok won out, and the country took a beating psychologically...It took a decade for America to wake up. Thankfully, Ronald Reagan was there to lead this awakening.

Unfortunately, we have forgotten this lesson, and are walking ourselves right back into a 1941/1979/2001 position.

87 B.C. - Chinese Emperor Han Wu Ti died.

Han was one of the greatest Chinese emperors. He ruled for over 50-years, and greatly expanded Chinese power (conquering parts of Vietnam and Korea), and professionalized China's civil service system.

His name (Han) is what the dominant people of China were named after.

1847 - The Battle of Vera Cruz ended: Mexican American War.  Victorious U.S. forces led by General Winfield Scott occupied the city of Vera Cruz after Mexican defenders capitulated.

The Battle of Vera Cruz was the first amphibious landing in U.S. history, and its victory brought a virtual end to the Mexican-American War.

1936 - 99% of Germans voted for the Nazi Party in an election.

WOW!  That's awesome!  And it proves democracy is useless unless it is paired with freedom...It also proves Stalin's quote about who votes not being as important as who counts the votes.  Again, back to freedom.

1942 - The British bombed Lubeck, Germany:  WWII.

It took almost three years, but the Brits were finally able to hit back at the German homeland...In the next three years, along with tons of American help, they made up for lost time.

1943 - Meat, butter and cheese rationing began in the U.S.:  WWII.

Can you imagine the ACLU(seless), and the rest of the Liberal jackals, if the government declared a need to restrict anything in our current time? They’d be howling mad at the thought of giving up an ounce of butter.

1951 - Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage. They were executed in June 1953.

Oh for the 'Good Ol’ Days'...Back when we used to execute traitors, and do so in short order.

Today, these two pukes would be given ACLU honors for sharing with the rest of the world, and if they were miraculously convicted would have 25-years of appeals.


1995 - The U.S. House of Representatives rejected a constitutional amendment placing term limits on lawmakers. The rejected proposal would have limited terms to 12-years in the House and Senate.

You would think 12-years as a Congressman would be enough, but these jackasses were looking for lifelong jobs, and couldn’t possibly be asked to give them up...Sadly America continues to pay the price for the lack of new blood and ideas in Congress - or true accountability.

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