Pearl Harbor: 70 Years Ago The World Turned Upside Down

Seventy years ago today the course of history changed when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor killing people and devastating our Navy. The United States entered World War II and helped defeat the evil forces waging war.

I have visited Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona and the experience was very humbling. The absolute enormity of the Memorial and the solemness of the final resting place for so many Americans is something I will never forget.

God bless the men and women who suffered on that day and the souls of those who were killed. Thanks for responding to the threat and preserving our Nation for those of us who followed you.

Information on visiting Pearl Harbor.

Returning Home
Cave canem!
Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog

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2 Responses to “Pearl Harbor: 70 Years Ago The World Turned Upside Down”

  1. Ferd Berfel says:

    Compared to 0/11…can we assume the world, and US specifically, has become more liberal?
    Just 70 years ago America threw it’s entire might against Japan and Germany, to rid the world of “ancient evils.”

    Now, we have modern evils; liberalism and socialism, communism, and we have mid-ancient evils of Islam, Jihad and Allah.

    But will we stand against that?

    Me? Well, yes! Even if I am the ONLY ONE.
    There was a time when only Copernicus stood against the forces of ignorance, appeasement and intolerance. Am I a lessor man than he?

    Not if I stand for what is right. And stand now. And stand to death.
    Theirs, preferably.

  2. Blake says:

    I’m from Texas- we are familiar with drawing a line in the sand. I will retreat no more.
    You want my guns? C’mon and try to take ’em.
    You want my rights- never!