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Saturday, October 30, 2010
The Hmong in the South and Central Vietnam, as well as in Laos fought with the Americans during the war. Also the Chinese/Vietnamese Nungs and Montanyards.
NAGO was a Nung.
My Friend, NAGO And Drew Dix, CMOH Winner
(Hamp is a Texan, and served in Vietnam in the Army Special Forces. He fought with the Yards as they were called. Many have been relocated to the mountains of NC. BT)
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"No one else could engage the machinegun that trapped Shriver's men -- it was up to Mad Dog. Skittish Yards looked to Shriver and his half-grin restored a sense of confidence. Then they were on their feet, charging -- Shriver was his old self, running to the sound of guns, a True Believer Yard on either side, all of them dashing through the flying bullets, into the treeline, into the very guts of Mad Dog's great nemesis, COSVN. And Mad Dog Shriver was never seen again."
SFC Jerry "Mad Dog" Shriver
|CIA Hmong Still Fighting Communists, As Are We......|
Via Ann, Bellegrove
"I will do anything to make my country safe. Sometimes I get nervous, but that is rare.
In 20 years I've never been injured."
I wrote a post a while back called “I Have But One Life” I think, the gist of it was that I had dedicated my life to this pursuit, not to holding signs and attending rallies, but to rolling up my sleeves and staying involved until there is a recognition of Constitutional limitation of government and that the words in the document mean something. I am certainly not alone."
Roundabout via Billy
If ding-dong Maes would drop out Tancredo would win easily I believe, but he still has a chance.
THE 2011 STEPHEN DILL LEE INSTITUTE
Lincoln vs. Jefferson: opposing visions of america
The Sons of Confederate Veterans request you save the dates of February 4-5, 2011, so that you may attend the Stephen Dill Lee Institute. We are returning to the Hotel Francis Marion in Charleston, South Carolina.
As of this date, the following speakers will lecture---
Thomas DiLorenzo – “Poles Apart: Lincoln and Jefferson’s Economic Views”
Donald Livingston – “Is Nullification Constitutional? The Jeffersonian Position”
Kent Masterson Brown – “Kentucky’s Jeffersonians”
Marshall DeRosa – “Lincoln’s Unconstitutional Constitutional Legacy”
Donnie Kennedy – “Republican: Lincoln or Jefferson”?
On Friday February 4, there will be a special Meet the Speakers night hosted by the South Carolina Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Special guest speaker will be Dr. David Aiken of the College of Charleston and the Citadel.
Conference fees remain the same at $150 for non-SCV participants and $125 for SCV members and families. The hotel has offered a significant discount at $129 per night and is located in the heart of historic Charleston.
The Institute has significant Scholarship funding for students and teachers. Contact Brag Bowling at 804-389-3620 for further information. Also please visit the Institute website at www.StephenDLeeInstitute.com to register and obtain hotel information.
Repeat post. Via Bazz