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President Truman: The Moral Dilema

Good day America, My name is Harry Truman. Unfortunately, President Roosevelt has passed away before he could see an end to the great troubles of World War II. 202 more words


Outwitting The Devil

‘Outwitting the Devil’ was written by Napoleon Hill in 1938.  But because it was so controversial, it wasn’t published until 2008, 30 years after his death. 231 more words


Book Review: Forgotten Ally by Rana Mitter

Rana Mitter has his premise exactly correct.  The 1937-1945 war in China is largely unknown and not long remembered.  In 1943, Allied leaders decided that the campaign in China was second tier in their long-term plan to defeat the Axis Powers—Germany, Italy, Japan, and other minor players.  350 more words

O Lord, Give Us Faith

St. Norbert

In this Imaginative Conservative piece, an American socialite remembers the 50th anniversary of D-Day, marked while she was in Normandy for a lavish wedding reception among decadent nobility.  197 more words


Paying the Price of Freedom

Amid the hectic buzz of our daily lives, we take time today to commemorate the brave men who fought through the rough surf of the Atlantic, shells raining down around them, to storm the beaches of Normandy, France, seventy years ago on this day.  785 more words

FDR's D-Day Prayer

One of his sons once referred to Franklin Roosevelt as a “frustrated clergyman.” The president, an Episcopalian, loved liturgy and found the cadences of the Book of Common Prayer and of the King James Bible at once stirring and reassuring. 719 more words