The day that still lives in infamy 67 years later
... this year's remembrance ceremony will center more on the months following the raid, said Eileen Martinez, chief of interpretation for the National Park Service.
"We're moving into the , the back," she said.
It is important that this year's memorial includes the immediate months after the attack that launched America's entry into World War ll; it ended 44 long , bloody, horror filled months later with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Those who protest the latter -- both in Japan, America and other hate America first outposts around the world -- ignore the causes or somehow, naturally, twist history to justify Japan's actions or at least babble about moral equivalence. Frankly, these people are not worth answering.
But may all those who died defending America rest in peace. Our deepest thanks.