Tag Archives: World War II

Thanks To Trump

Sometimes a little good comes out of a lot of bad. When you are a kid, you break your arm and it is set in a cast. That is bad. You discover friends you never realized you had when your schoolmates sign your cast. That is good. I, like most native-born Americans took democracy for granted; Trump made me appreciate it.

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Acknowledge The Obvious

Notice: In order to accurately quote two individuals two different words that may violate my PG rating are used below.

Please read this with the late Maya Angelou’s words in mind. “When people show you who they are, believe them the first time.”

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A Different Line

I’m not alone and I know I’ve used Buffalo Springfield’s 1966 hit, For What It’s Worth, on more than one occasion as the jumping off point in an article. The line I (and others) most commonly use is not the one I use today. Today it is, “Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.” That is not completely accurate and my topic is the Hamas-Israel war and both its larger history and implications.

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SPECIAL NOTICE – RECOMMENDED READING ADDITION

I just added Prequel: An American Fight Against Fascism by; Rachel Maddow to the Recommend Reading list.   In it Dr. Maddow explores the history of the right wing/Nazi sympathizers in pre-World War II America.

The shocking parts is that they largely got away with their dastardly deeds and what is going on today is largely the same with just a different “cast”.