By Mike Benge Cuban officials, under diplomatic cover in Hanoi during the Vietnam War, brutally tortured and killed American POWs whom they beat senseless in a research program “sanctioned by the North Vietnamese.” 1 This was dubbed the “Cuba Program” by the Department of Defense (DOD) and the CIA, andContinue Reading

by Terry Garlock Published on Wed Jan 30, 2019 in The Citizen, a Fayette County GA newspaper. Well into the autumn of my life, I am occasionally reminded the end is not too far over the horizon. Mortality puts thoughts in my head, like “What have I done to leaveContinue Reading

A Critical Review by Nicholas Warr  Despite its recognition as a New York Times bestseller, the receipt of many awards, and the recognition and praise from the literary world Mark Bowden has received since the publication of Hue, 1968, this book is filled with way too many misconceptions, flaws, criticalContinue Reading

By Phillip Jennings President Obama said this week in Laos that sometimes Americans “feel lazy and think we’re so big we don’t have to really know anything about other people.” 1 He then addressed America’s “secret war” in that country, and proved what he didn’t know. What went on inContinue Reading