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June 6, 2019
How can we possibly comprehend what happened on D-Day?
What can we know, today, a full three quarters of a century later, about how those men felt as they stepped on to the beach at Normandy on June 6, 1944 and the machine guns began blazing? A more troubling question: How likely is it that you could get young American men with 2019 minds to step off those LCVPs and run up the beach toward the cliffs, while German machine guns in fortified positions were raining down on them? Ponder that a minute. And let us watch with trepidation how our news media covers this 75th anniversary. Let us see how many twisted ways they can find to turn reporting on the anniversary of American soldiers saving Europe from totalitarianism into an opportunity to bash the current president of the United States, or to treasonously compare the current administration of this country to the monstrous enemy who was cutting down those American soldiers on the beaches of France on June 6, 1944. Just how much has American society changed in...(Read Full Post)