What a gift! What a sacrifice to spend Christmas Day, not celebrating, but marching barefoot through freezing, icy weather!Read More
Month: December 2020
COVID-19 is on the rise. As it grows many state governors have issued executive orders and enacted state emergency to “slow the spread”. Now we must ask, how far will they go before they stop?Read More
Dec 7, 2020 | Legacy |
A seemingly unprovoked attack at Pearl Harbor was the perfect method to change the American’s minds.
At 7:55 am on December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese. Five battleships, three cruisers, and three destroyers were sunk with other ships damaged; 188 aircraft were destroyed on the ground; 2,403 U.S. soldiers, sailors, and civilians were killed with 1,178 wounded.