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Today, we honor the memory of the 2,403 service members and civilians who lost their lives during the unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. The “date which will live in infamy,” as coined by President Franklin Roosevelt in his famous address to the nation, led America to enter WWII.

The President also promised, “No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people, in their righteous might, will win through to absolute victory.”

He was right, and we owe it to all those brave American soldiers. Let us never lose our reverence for every one of the heroes who have fought and continue to fight to keep us safe and free in the United States of America.

  • Grand Ole Pacification says:

    We should always remember Pearl Harbor and the Second World War that followed.

    But sadly the GOP has forgotten the cost of ignoring expansionist Empires.

    The GOP today is the party of pacification, weak in the face of resurgent Russia. The Republicans in the House of Representatives want to abandon Ukraine because they love autocrats like Putin more than American allies and interest.

    They love Putin so much they want to make Trump the Putin of the USA.

    • Political Priorities says:

      Instead of doing their job and passing military aid for Ukraine and Israel or addressing board crisis in a real way or addressing any of the many other problems facing the country Republicans in the House have put all that on the back burner so they can investigate the President of the United States in an impeachment inquiry that doesn’t seem to have any alleged crime committed by the President?

      Can Mike Johnson get the the point? What is it that Biden is accused of, what evidence is there for it, and why are we addressing this now instead of all this other business?

      • One of these is not like the others says:

        Look at the 4 modern impeachment: Nixon, Clinton, Trump (Ukraine Extortion), and Trump (J6).

        Nixon was not actually impeached because he had shame and sense enough to resign when he saw the writing on the wall. He would have been impeached for breaking into his political opponents offices and stealing info as well as the conspiracy around the activity and to cover it up.

        Trump in his 1st impeachment was accused by several career public servants including intelligence officers and diplomats who all brought receipts such as transcripts of the phone calls where the extortion took place. Trump was using congressionally approved of military aid to extort the President of Ukraine to fabricate dirt on his political opponent in the upcoming Presidential race of 2020.

        Trump then after loosing to that opponent in 2020 orchestrated a coup that culminated in the insurrection of J6. The coup was meant to keep Trump in office despite loosing the election.

        There are a few things with the for mentioned impeachments that are common. 3 of the 4 impeachments in modern history where against Republican Presidents who were trying to use the office of the Presidency to maintain power illegally or gain advantage over their election opponents by committing crimes. All 3 of those impeachments had strong evidence and many witnesses against Trump and Nixon.

        Between Trump and Nixon the Republicans decided they could use the impeachment process as a political tool rather than a guard rail against tyranny. They got Clinton on lying about a BJ he got, which was a crime but maybe not at the same level as Trump and Nixon’s election related crimes.

        Now Republicans are at it again trying to draw false equivalency between themselves who have grown to despise democracy, and boring liberals like Joe Biden. Mike Johnson’s impeachment inquires are a spiteful was of time and resources.

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