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Days of Infamy: FDR Unites the Nation After Pearl Harbor, Obama Leaves it Listless After Terror

Today marks the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor—one of the most stunning American military catastrophes in this country’s history and a moment that signaled a new era for the republic. The casualties were stunning—2,042 Americans were killed and 1,247 wounded, and most of the Pacific Fleet has taken heavy damage—and the nation was in a state of shock.

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Killing Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin?

A lot has been written through the years about the assassinations of Abraham Lincoln, of John F. Kennedy, and of many others, and about the numerous conspiracy theories that lurk in the shadows of the official narratives.