FDR’s “Day of Infamy” Address

FDR’s “Day of Infamy” Address On December 8, 1941, the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, a somber President Franklin Delano Roosevelt strapped his steel braces onto his legs and walked into the U.S. House chamber, leaning on his son Jimmy’s arm. There he addressed a joint session of Congress and asked for a […] more to read »

Veteran’s Day 2017

Our comforts. Their sacrifice. Our families’ security. Their families’ loss and disruption. We watch sports. Their eyes are on the enemy. Our health clubs. Their long, painful and arduous recoveries. Our Freedoms.  Their lives. America and Americans owe you, and thank you, Veterans– and that is far, far from enough. more to read »

Happy Birthday America!

 A BIG OL’ HAPPY BIRTHDAY filled with thanks: –to the first volunteers to Defend Freedom at Concord and Lexington on April 19, 1775 –to the men and women who have Defended Freedom since–and now in 2017 –To the Founders, who bravely signed their name to the Declaration of Independence that July 4 back in 1776, boldly pledging, […] more to read »