Mike has now written Lessons from the Vietnam War: Truths the Media Never Told You, reflecting on his experiences in Vietnam, where he was an A-26 navigator, shot down and wounded in 1967. You can order from the publisher here, scroll down (Mike makes more) or through ... (VDARE.COM gets a commission) here. For an interview with Mike, see here. I'm not somehow not surprised to see there details of Mike's ordeal that he never told me.
The Vietnam War made a huge impression on me, growing up in Britain. I still think it was a war the U.S could and should have won—as I argued here, in a review that earned me a congratulatory letter from Richard Nixon, to my great surprise. I know this annoys my libertarian friends. But what use are they on immigration?