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  • The Jews driven out of homes in Arab lands

    11/28/2017 5:33:36 AM PST · by SJackson · 6 replies
    Jewish Chronicle ^ | 11-26-17 | Tom Gross
    The removal of the Jews from the Arab world has been all but ignored, says Tom Gross It is not surprising, given the sheer scale of the Holocaust and its sadism, that it has dominated contemporary discourse among Jews and others. But, while the extermination of European Jews has rightfully (though belatedly) generated a great deal of study and research, the removal of the Jews from the Arab world has been all but ignored. This ignorance extends to policy-makers at the highest level. Some journalists and politicians I have spoken to have expressed surprise when I even mentioned that Jews...
  • Progressive Paradise Lost

    07/04/2015 10:07:58 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 23 replies
    The Daily Signal ^ | July 1, 2015 | Salim Furth
    It’s a progressive paradise.Public employees get 30 vacation days a year. Anyone who works over eight hours in a day gets paid time-and-a-half. Employees have strong rights.The minimum wage is high: 77 percent of the median wage.Environmental regulations are settled beyond the pressure of local economic interests. The forests and mountains are pristine destinations for ecotourism.Energy costs are kept high, pushing consumption down to a level deemed “socially beneficial”. Utilities have strong public backing and provide jobs to thousands.Union jobs in shipping are protected from outsourcing to cut-rate foreign competitors.The social safety net is buoyant and provides a solid working-class standard...
  • On a Sunday Morning (Pearl Harbor)

    12/07/2016 12:17:10 PM PST · by LouieFisk · 16 replies
    City Journal ^ | December 2nd 2016 | Paul Beston
    For a younger generation, the where were you when moment is September 11, 2001, an atrocity that prompted comparisons with Pearl Harbor, whose survivors were preparing to mark the 60th anniversary of the attacks that year. The two cataclysms had much in commonthey were unexpected, horrific, and destroyed thousands of livesbut they also quickly took on the character of their very different cultural epochs. Pearl Harbor aroused American resolve that channeled itself into a unified war effort, one that would produce an industrial war-making machine such as the world has never seenjust what was needed to win a war such...
  • Remember Pearl Harbor Media Coverage (Radio and Television)

    12/07/2016 3:57:49 AM PST · by Nextrush · 14 replies
    americanradiohistory.com ^ | 12/7/2016 | Broadcasting Magazine Dec. 15, 1941
    (Page 9 PDF File) ATTACK FINDS NEWS SETUPS READY...News Organizations Slip Quickly Into Action to Keep Nation Informed Immediately following announcment last Sunday afternoon that Japanese airmen has attacked American possessions in the Pacific Ocean, the networks swung smoothly into 24-hour wartime operation....... Flash at Game WOR, New York at 2:26 p.m (EST) interrupted its description of the Dodger-Giant professional football game to read a United Press flash of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Two minutes later the news was broadcast across the country by the full NBC-Red and Blue newtorks. CBS inserted the announcement into the 2:30 station...
  • America Declares War on Japan - President Roosevelt Speech

    12/08/2015 8:22:19 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 6 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1941 | Pathe
    America Declares War on Japan - President Roosevelt Speech [Full Resolution]. On December 8, 1941, President Roosevelt declares war on Japan, the day after Japan bombed Pearl Harbour. Roosevelt gives a speech at a joint session of congress.
  • The speech where Adolf Hitler declared war on the USA, 1941

    12/11/2015 6:00:13 AM PST · by equaviator · 65 replies
    On December 11, 1941, several days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the United States declaration of war against the Japanese Empire, Nazi Germany declared war on the United States, in response to what was claimed to be a series of provocations by the United States government when the US was formally neutral during World War II. The decision to declare war was made almost entirely by Adolf Hitler, without consultation. Hitler had received no advance notice from the Japanese about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Although he and his Foreign Minister Ribbentrop had verbally indicated a willingness...
  • When Enemies Infiltrated the White House ( Harry Dexter White and fellow travelers )

    10/21/2015 10:30:39 AM PDT · by george76 · 21 replies
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | March 10, 2013 | Daniel Greenfield
    How a Soviet mole in FDR's inner circle triggered Pearl Harbor and its dire relevancy to our conflict today. ... On December 7, 1941, 353 Japanese aircraft delivered a shocking blow .. Nearly seven years later, Harry Dexter White, a senior official in the Roosevelt Administration, appeared to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities . Numerous witnesses, including Whittaker Chambers and Elizabeth Bentley, had implicated White in involvement with the Communist Party and the Soviet Union. ... Harry Dexter White, a Harvard PhD and Assistant Treasury Secretary, had played a major role in creating the World Bank...
  • Five Things You Don’t Know: Pearl Harbor

    12/06/2015 2:08:37 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 46 replies
    YouTube ^ | Dec 2, 2015 | Military.com
    In honor of the Pearl Harbor anniversary, we look at some interesting facts related to the “date which will live in infamy”. Hosted by Benari Poulten, a Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve and veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • 1941: U.S. ARMY STAGES REALISTIC MASS WAR MANEUVERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA

    05/04/2015 10:12:02 PM PDT · by WhiskeyX · 6 replies
    YouTube / MyFootage.com ^ | 1941 | Movietone
    1941: U.S. ARMY STAGES REALISTIC MASS WAR MANEUVERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
  • WW2: Army on Wheels (1941)

    05/04/2015 10:16:37 PM PDT · by WhiskeyX · 2 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1941 | Wilding Picture Productions
    A film report on a practical field test of men and equipment under simulated combat conditions. The peacetime maneuvers, held in Texas in 1940 and involving 70,000 men from around the country and trucks and other vehicles from Detroit, demonstrated new standards of motorized mobility for the United
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "That Hamilton Woman" a.k.a. "Lady Hamilton"(1941)

    02/08/2015 11:20:32 AM PST · by ReformationFan · 2 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1941 | Alexander Korda
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "Road to Zanzibar"(1941)

    05/04/2014 1:17:21 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 4 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1941 | Victor Schertzinger
  • Greenfield: A Date That Will Live Forever in Infamy

    12/07/2013 7:27:28 PM PST · by Louis Foxwell · 9 replies
    Saturday, December 07, 2013 A Date That Will Live Forever in Infamy Posted by Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog Naval Base Bombed, Shinto Worshipers Fear Backlash - New York Times - December 8 1941 A day after planes passed over their peaceful village on the way to attack the Naval Station at Pearl Harbor, local fishermen are still picking up the pieces. "I don't know what any of this is about," a man who would only give his name as Paji said, holding the remains of a net which he had used to earn a living. "All I...
  • circa 1941 - Photograph of a 'Time-Traveler' at South Forks Bridge, Gold Bridge, Canada

    10/09/2013 7:35:51 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 83 replies
    Retronaut ^ | 1941 | Retronaut
    1941: Photograph of a 'time traveler' ... Young man (right side, third up) with sunglasses and contemporary-like clothing in this 1940s photograph. - From Wikipedia:  “A photograph from 1941 of the re-opening of the South Forks Bridge in Gold Bridge, Canada, was alleged to show a time traveler. It was claimed that his clothing and sunglasses were modern and not of the styles worn in the 1940s. “The modern appearance of the man may not have been so modern. The style of sunglasses first appeared in the 1920s. The sweater with a sewn-on emblem, is the kind of clothing...
  • Obama Uses 1917 Espionage Act to Go After Reporters

    05/27/2013 3:27:18 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 35 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 27, 2013 | Michael Barone
    There is one problem with the entirely justified if self-interested media squawking about the Justice Department snooping into the phone records of multiple Associated Press reporters and Fox News's James Rosen. The problem is that what the AP reporters and Rosen did arguably violates the letter of the law. The search warrant in the Rosen case cites Section 793(d) of Title 18 of the U.S. Code. Section 793(d) says that a person lawfully in possession of information that the government has classified as secret who turns it over to someone not lawfully entitled to posses it has committed a crime....
  • Santa in a Jeep - 1941 at Camp Lee, Virginia, Quartermaster Replacement Center

    12/24/2012 6:20:25 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 14 replies
    Retronaut ^ | December 1941 | Retronaut
    1941: Santa in a Jeep The panzer Santa, with well-filled sack of radios, books, cookies, and other gifts dear to soldiers hearts, glides up to the door of the barracks in Camp Lees Quartermaster Corps and it isnt hampered by lack of snow in Virginia. Camp Lee, Virginia, Quartermaster Replacement Center - US Army Center of Military History
  • Day of Infamy

    12/08/2011 5:05:57 AM PST · by expat1000 · 6 replies
    Sultan Knish ^ | Wednesday, December 07, 2011 | Daniel Greenfield
    When the Japanese fighters and bombers passed like shadows over the waters of Hawaii, they carried more than bombs and bullets, their fleeting shadows marked the end of over a century of security. The last time an enemy army threatened American territory was in the early nineteenth century, since then the closest thing had been the vicious clowning of Pancho Villa. But in the nineteenth century Commodore Perry had come calling to end Japan's isolation and nearly ninety years later, the Japanese warplanes came to end America's isolation. That isolation had been crumbling throughout the twentieth century as presidents began...
  • A December to Remember

    12/01/2011 1:39:08 PM PST · by Kaslin · 8 replies · 1+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | December 1, 2011 | Cal Thomas
    Seventy years ago this month, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and brought America into a war that had begun in Europe in 1939. In his masterful new book "December 1941: 31 Days That Changed America and Saved the World," Craig Shirley takes readers back to a very different America. Through hundreds of stories and advertisements culled from newspapers, Shirley not only transports us back to that tumultuous time, but reminds this generation that denial about an enemy's intentions can have grave consequences. Each chapter in the book deals with a single day of December 1941. We go to the movies...
  • Declassified Memo Hinted of 1941 Hawaii Attack

    11/29/2011 6:45:45 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 66 replies
    usnews.com ^ | Nov.13, 2011 | Paul Bedard
    Three days before the Dec. 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt was warned in a memo from naval intelligence that Tokyo's military and spy network was focused on Hawaii, a new and eerie reminder of FDR's failure to act on a basket load of tips that war was near. In the newly revealed 20-page memo from FDR's declassified FBI file, the Office of Naval Intelligence on December 4 warned, "In anticipation of open conflict with this country, Japan is vigorously utilizing every available agency to secure military, naval and commercial information, paying particular attention to the West...
  • Gipperized

    11/22/2011 6:22:31 AM PST · by lakeprincess · 1 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | Nov. 22, 2011 | Jennifer Harper
    When in doubt, say, Ronald Reagan. The cachet of the former president continues to fixate Republican presidential hopefuls who are convinced they can win one with the Gipper. Reagans name has been invoked so many times during the presidential debates that University of Minnesota political scientist Eric Ostermeier decided to tally the phenomenon. In the past 10 GOP debates, Reagan has been mentioned 53 times, or more than five times per debate. All other ex-presidents combined have been mentioned a mere 38 times, Mr. Ostermeier says.