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The Top War Movies to Watch on Memorial Day

With Memorial Day weekend upon us, patriots may want to spend a few hours remembering some of our greatest war films. Here we will talk briefly about over thirty war films. Some stir the patriot’s blood, others are amusing, many harrowing, still more are foreboding with a subtle anti-war message.

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Steve Twomey: Pearl Harbor Was A ‘Great Tragedy’ ‘For Japan’

On Tuesday’s broadcast of “MSNBC Live,” author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Steve Twomey stated that a lot of young Japanese people “probably don’t know what a great tragedy” the attack on Pearl Harbor “was for Japan.” Twomey said the visit

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Whatever It Takes: Colonel Allen West Talks Pearl Harbor Lessons, Trump Tower Visit

Retired Army Lt. Col. Allen B. West, a former Republican Florida congressman and combat commander in Iraq, who recently met with Donald Trump’s presidential transition team, joined fireballer Curt Schilling on Whatever It Takes Wednesday to talk about his visit to Trump Tower and what Pearl Harbor means now.

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Historian Patrick K. O’Donnell Recalls Stories of Pearl Harbor Veterans

Combat historian and bestselling author Patrick K. O’Donnell, who has written seven books on World War II, among others, recalled some of more than five thousand interviews with World War II veterans throughout the years during his interview Wednesday with Breitbart News Daily Sirius XM host Matt Boyle.

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Pearl Harbor: A Photo Essay of the ‘Date Which Will Live in Infamy’

Americans across the country are commemorating the December 7, 1941 attack on the military base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii today – an attack that sunk 12 battleships, obliterated hundreds of aircrafts, killed thousands, and forced the United States into World War II.

Japanese First Lady Prays, Lays Flowers at Pearl Harbor

Japanese First Lady Prays, Lays Flowers at Pearl Harbor

While her husband was entertaining an audience in Brazil dressed as the video game character Super Mario, Japanese First Lady Akie Abe was paying respects to the American soldiers killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

A member of the US Army looks on after placing American flags at graves at Arlington National Cemetery May 26, 2016 in Arlington, Virginia in preparation for Memorial Day. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

The Church of Arlington National Cemetery

There’s not a lot of talking at Arlington. Even chatterboxes find themselves hushed by the endless rows of white headstones, solemn signposts of heroism, sacrifice, and duty. Yet still, Arlington speaks to me. It is there, for example, that I learned about both justice and the rule of law.

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War Crimes of Imperial Japan: A Lesson In Moral Equivalence for Mr. Obama

In his speech referencing “evil” at Hiroshima today, President Obama somehow forgot to mention the evils perpetrated by Imperial Japan or the unspeakable suffering it inflicted upon POWs and civilians who fell into its clutches. Let’s correct that oversight, to help the President understand why moral equivalence is the dim refuge of lazy minds, and equating American troops with the Axis forces they defeated is an outrage.

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Congress Must Censure President Obama over Hiroshima Speech

President Barack Obama told the world on Friday in Hiroshima that the American decision to drop nuclear bombs on Japan arose from humanity’s worst instincts, including “nationalist fervor or religious zeal.”

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World View: China-North Korea Tensions High After Nuclear Test

Contents: North Korea’s explosion was probably not a ‘hydrogen bomb’; South Korea resumes broadcasting propaganda via loudspeakers; North Korea’s nuclear test revives memories of the 2010 Cheonan attack; China faces limited influence and high frustration dealing with North Korea

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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.