Tuesday, March 29, 2011

3/29 Tony Katz,Bob Unruh,Dr Robert Piccioni,Joe Guzzardi

Talkback Tue Mar 29, 2011 Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST http://crntalk.com/chuckwilder Tony Katz Of ObamaMustNotWin.com: founder of a number of companies, a patriotic American, a proud Capitalist and a Believer.He is host of the radio show The Tony Katz Radio Spectacular. Focusing on “principle not party” and “right vs. wrong” instead of “right vs. left” he champions the concepts of freedom, liberty and capitalism."A look at his story : Brazil Drills The U.S.-Obama Pleased" (http://www.tonykatz.com/) (http://www.obamamustnotwin.com/)

Bob Unruh News Editor for World Net Daily , His article " Democrats advance 'lesbians-as-role models' plan 'Costly state mandate targets children for sexual brainwashing' (http://www.wnd.com/)

Dr. Robert Piccioni has a B.S. in Physics from Caltech, a Ph.D. in High Energy Physics from Stanford University. He taught at Harvard University, and UCLA and did research at the Stanford Linear Accelerator in Palo Alto, Calif. He has personally worked on science with 16 Nobel Prize Winners! He has 2 books in print and numerous teaching DVDs. His website is: Guide to the Cosmos: Making the Wonders of our Universe Accessible to everyone." (http://www.guidetothecosmos.com/home.htm)

Joe Guzzardi, CAPS (Californians for population stabilization) Senior Writing Fellow. His Op-eds about California social issues have appeared in newspapers throughout California and elsewhere for over 15 years. In 2003 he was candidate for California Governor. For 25 years he taught English as a second language to immigrants from all over the world for the Lodi Ca Unified School Dist. in 2008 he retired and moved to Pittsburgh Pa. Many of his articles appear at VDARE.Com. "Utah's Backdoor Amnesty Puts The Nation On High Illegal Immigration Alert" (http://www.capsweb.org/) (http://www.vdare.com/) Note my Email Address is CHUCKWILDERSHOW@AOL.COM

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    "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day" observances will be held formally in many areas of the country on March 30, informally in many other areas, and totally ignored in many if not most other areas, except in posts of veterans services organization like The American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and other VSO's.
    The U.S. House and Senate have by resolutions recognized March 30 as Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day annually. The observance began at the grass roots, as Americans began to remember and regret the way that Vietnam Veterans, who served honorably when their country called, were treated when they came home.
    Many returning troops were vilified. Leftist demonstrators burned the American Flag and marched under the Viet Cong Flag and large photos of Ho Chi Minh, the leader of Communist Vietnam. Troops were called "baby killers," "war criminals," and were sometimes insulted and spit upon by self-righteous demonstrators proclaiming their love of peace with snarls, raised fists, and epithets.
    Even heroes in Vietnam like Tommy Franks, who later would become General Tommy Franks and serve as allied commander in the war against terrorism in Iraq, was advised when he came home from Vietnam not to wear his uniform, as were most troops, due to the hatred that had been manufactured not just against the war, but against those sent to fight it.
    The political atmosphere was poisoned by people like John Kerry and Jane Fonda. Indeed, not for nothing have the North Vietnamese Communists placed large photos of John Kerry and Jane Fonda in prominent display in their "War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City" in an exhibit honoring "heroes" who had helped them "win the war against the United States."
    Some 58,000 Americans died in the Vietnam War. Many more suffered wounds, some of them terrible, life-changing wounds. Many, many continue to suffer today from the effects of Agent Orange, or post traumatic stress syndrome. As the saying goes, some gave all, all gave some.
    So, on March 30, take a moment. Call your local American Legion, VFW, or other veterans organization and find out what observances are being held. Or just take a moment to thank a Vietnam veteran, and speak,in a belated attitude of gratitude, words too long delayed, but much appreciated: "Welcome home."