On December 7, 1941 the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service delivered a devastating blow to the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii. This was a preemptive surprise attack by the Japanese, with the hope that they could decimate the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The Japanese believed that the United States was the greatest … Continue reading Why remembering Pearl Harbor remains important today
One of the most basic foundations for any person of faith is the notion put forth by 18th century English poet Alexander Pope in that "to err is human, to forgive divine", and that we should love even our enemies. But how far does that go? Are the families and friends of those killed in the … Continue reading 9/11: Are we expected to forgive?
During his State of the Union address back in January of 2002, President George W. Bush famously called the nations of Iran, Iraq, and North Korea an "Axis of Evil", criticizing nations that sponsored terrorism and were seeking weapons of mass destruction.Liberals everywhere, and especially their cheer leading media, called Bush a war monger and … Continue reading Where Will You Be When the Missiles Drop?
Adolf Hitler rose to power by utilization of force, fear, propaganda, and prejudice in the Germany of the 1930's The Nazi Party came to power under the guidance of Adolf Hitler during the 1930's, and early on they blamed the Jewish people for many of their problems. The Nazis then began to formulate a plan … Continue reading Remembering the Nazi Final Solution
What are some parents thinking? Easton PA couple tries to get birthday cake for their child named Adolf Hitler.