Filed under: Europe, Foreign Policy, History, Media Bias, Military, News, Politics | Tags: D-Day, Debunking Liberal Lies, France, Military, Normandy, President Bush, Veterans, WWII
How many times have you heard that everyone in the world hates America (and it’s all Bush’s fault)? Well, Africans love George Bush. They welcomed him like a rock star. Canada now has a conservative government, as does France, as does Italy, as does Germany. And the Brits are not too fond of Gordon Brown at the present. They love us in Eastern Europe. The Aussies now have a more liberal government, but they still like us. The Iranians like us –it’s only the government of the mullahs that doesn’t. We’re fine with Taiwan, Korea and Japan. India’s a friend. And then there is this odd little story from American Thinker. “The D-Day story the MSM didn’t tell again”
By the thousands, they come. Like ghosts. Dressed in full, authentic World War II battle gear. Standing in small groups on the street corners of St. Mere Eglise, Carentan and the other towns and villages near the coast where the British, Canadians and Americans came ashore in ’44.
They carry M-1s, BARs, Thompsons and holstered .45s. All perfect replicas. Their uniforms display the patches of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. The 29th and 4th Infantry Divisions. Canteens and ammo pouches and med-pacs on their web gear. They wear their hair short. Some have their faces blackened. Several even have Mohawks.
They drive along the coast in long caravans of military vehicles. Willys jeeps by the hundreds, scores of 2½ ton trucks, armored cars, potable water trucks, mobile AA batteries, even a couple of grinding Sherman tanks. They bivouac in olive drab green tent cities. Big and small. Field kitchens smoking. They invade the Normandy area, everywhere.
This is a terrific story that I never heard before. Do read the whole thing.
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For decades, the Democratic Party has put one source of petroleum after another off-limits to drilling, thus driving up the cost of petroleum and the price of gas at the pump. Oddly, people don’t seem to understand the connections, and have not put political pressure on Democrats in Congress. Nor do they seem to recognize how different the policies of the two parties are.
Congressman Roy Blunt put together these data to highlight the differences between House Republicans and House Democrats on energy policy. Power Line made them available for the rest of us:
House Republicans: 91% Supported. House Democrats: 86% Opposed.
House Republicans: 90% supported. House Democrats: 78% Opposed.
Oil Shale Exploration
House Republicans: 90% Supported. House Democrats: 86% Opposed.
Outer Continental Shelf Exploration
House Republicans: 81% Supported. House Democrats: 83% Opposed.
Increased Refinery Capacity
House Republicans: 97% Supported. House Democrats: 96% Opposed.
91% of House Republicans have historically voted to increase the production of America’s own oil and gas.
86% of House Democrats have historically voted against increasing production of America’s own oil and gas.
If you don’t know the phone number of your congressman, or his e-mail address, or even his name, all can be found on the internet. Check with Google.