Yesterday's Rebels, Today's Heroes

Victims of the My Lai massacre, unarmed and innocent men, women, and children machine-gunned by U.S. soldiers in the Vietnam War.

​What can Americans learn from this great tragedy in American history?

What can the pro-life movement learn from Felicity Jones' character in "Rogue One" and Tom Cruise's character in "Valkyrie", and Mel Gibson's character in "Braveheart"?

Why are yesterday's rebels uniformly praised in our culture as today's heroes, whereas we hypocritically condemn as today's rebels those who emulate them?

Read about it here.