• General Norman Cota
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The famous generals of World War 2 are Eisenhower, Montgomery, Bradley, MacArthur and Patton. But one of my favorite ones to study is the American general whose name keeps popping up whenever I read about D-Day: General Norman “Dutch” Cota
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  • My Second Birthday
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Most people celebrate their birthday once a year. I celebrate my birthday twice every year. The first was the day I entered this world in the flesh in 1962. My second birthday was June 7, 1981…the day I was born
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  • Wake up call: For John Morgan
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • As if the TV commercials were not annoying enough, now Mr. John Morgan of “Morgan and Morgan” is taking to bold-face bullying. He recently attacked Florida Governor Rick Scott basically threatening Scott’s electoral future. Morgan threatened that if Scott does
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  • William Pitsenbarger, USAF
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • You have heard of the Army’s Green Berets, and the Navy’s SEALs, but have you ever heard of the Air Force’s Parajumpers? Affectionately known as the “PJs”, these special forces troops drop into the toughest situations to rescue people in
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  • John Basilone, USMC
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • America’s first major offensive against the Japanese was on the small South Pacific island of Guadalcanal. The Marines landed and were eager to engage their fierce and fanatical enemy. Sergeant John Basilone of Raritan New Jersey was in charge of
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  • Shelf Life
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The narrative is getting old. That is the feeling we are getting from key primary states. The identity politics of division plays well on cable news but voters are growing weary of the check list of who is “the bad
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  • Alfie Evans is Gone
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Alfie Evans is gone but he is not forgotten. He is not the first child to face the injustice of the British Nationalized Health Care System. His is not the first family to know the pain of an untimely death
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  • Alfie
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • What should bother us about Alfie Evans is…everything. The incredible sorrow of a sick child and parents struggling to help their beloved. No words can be added here. Unfortunately the sorrow does not end with the pilgrimage of pain and
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  • A Gun and A Badge
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • It’s such a catchy phrase: “If you’re gonna have a gun on our campus, you’re gonna have a badge.” That is the statement of the Leon County School Board in Tallahassee, Florida. They voted to NOT permit teachers or school
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  • My Daughter’s Insight
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The other day I was driving my daughter somewhere and she commented on the recent “March for Our Lives” protest around the country. She actually knows some people who attended the rally in DC. She commented: “You know Daddy, I
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  • The Unmasking
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The New York Times has an op-ed from former Justice John Paul Stevens yesterday. In the article, he clearly states his belief that the Second Amendment was a relic from the eighteenth century, and should be repealed. Interestingly enough, he says
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  • “Righteous?”
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Did you watch the CBS interview on Sunday night? We did. The story is inescapable. But does that make it true? Furthermore, the lawyer for plaintiff Daniels claimed that his motivation in this matter is “righteous”. Here is the quote
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  • Congratulations PA Voters
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The special election for the United States House of Representatives in Pennsylvania District 18 is over, or sort of over. The election results are so close that a recount is likely and it is quite possible that the outcome may
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  • PA 18 Another False Flag
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We are posting this blog on Sunday March 11, a few days BEFORE the special election for PA House District 18. We are doing this as evidence of our analysis BEFORE the outcome of the special election for a single
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  • Democracy In Action
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The South African parliament recently voted 241 to 83 to seize without compensation all the land owned by white farmers. Whites own about 72% of all farmland in South Africa– in some cases these farms have been in same family
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  • Where Were They?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • President Donald Trump attended the funeral service for Dr. Billy Graham. He was the only living president to attend. Where were the others? Why did the others choose not to be there? This is a much bigger question than at
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  • Recharging My Batteries
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Every so often we just cannot absorb any more of the world’s insanity, right? Well that’s how I feel right now. I know I cannot stop the world and get off. But I have hit my saturation point (for now)
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  • Just As I Am
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Back in 1980 my parents and I went camping. A relative came with us…she was a hardened atheist. An admitted communist, actually. Yes, that did make for an interesting camping trip; so long as we steered clear of politics or
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  • Billy Graham
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I can hardly measure the effect this man has had on my life. I vaguely remember hearing about Billy Graham or seeing just a snippet of his TV special when I was a little boy. I know that whenever the
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  • Not an Easy Message
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Listener response to our recent broadcast on the State of the Union address was…mixed – to say the best. One listener wrote in and blasted us for being racists and in the tank for Donald Trump. Another wrote in accusing
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  • Missing the FISA Point
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • If we could halt the drama queens on cable news just long enough to get a serious question into the “Memo Debate,” the question would be:”What authority does the FBI have to abrogate the rights of a U.S. Citizen and
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  • Long Before Luther
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Were the main ideas of the Protestant Reformation (sola fide and sola scriptura) novel ideas unheard of before Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses in 1517? One Protestant historian, Alistair McGrath claims that the idea of justification by faith alone
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  • Death at the Local School
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • A little over two weeks ago a teenager at Perry High School, near Canton Ohio, committed suicide. That is the SIXTH suicide in that school district in the past five months. Last week at the same school a teenager was
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  • Please Don’t Get Fooled
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The great political shell game is in full swing. Please dear friends, let us all be careful to not get caught in the politics of the hour and miss the point. What is happening on Capitol Hill right now is
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  • Up in Smoke
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We got a hot one here! Just a few days on the air and the email responses are flying into our studio. We are talking about the legalization of marijuana this week on The Public Square and we have clearly
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  • Do You Know How Important You Are?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Funny, how in an age of over-inflated self-esteem, the acts of kindness that really matter, that are really important are so often overlooked. We somehow look at the “crowd” of mass media and see our reflection as small and unimportant.
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  • Darkest Hour
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • After watching “Darkest Hour” the other day with my family, I am reminded of this quote by Winston Churchill: “…Still, if will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when
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  • December 26
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • What is the day AFTER Christmas like for you? A day to take unwanted presents back to the store? A day to clean up or go back to work or just a day to lazily putz around the house? It
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  • Christmas 1942
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • What a difference a year can make. Only twelve months before the United States and Britain were reeling from massive defeats at the hands of the Japanese. The Pacific was a Japanese lake. The Germans were at the gates of
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  • Coal for Christmas
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The Republican Leadership, the Freedom Caucus, The Republican Study Group and the Trump Adminstration all decided to give non-profits, Christian churches, Jewish synagogues, schools and colleges and thousands of ministries and missions a collective lump of coal this Christmas. Regardless
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  • Where is Franck?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Today the U.S. Supreme Court is arguing about a wedding cake. Is this another sequel in the “Father of the Bride” film series? Where is Franck the wedding planner when we need him? For just a moment let us take
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  • It’s Gonna Get Messier
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Tax reform smax reform… Who cares about tax reform if the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans are destroyed in the process? That unfortunately is what the Establishment Republicans and their Progressive Democrat friends are about to do to
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  • George Washington Banned
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • It has come to this. The historic Christ Church has removed the plaque commemorating the membership of George Washington, the First President of the United States. The sight of his name and the history of his attendance in the Alexandria
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  • The Valley of Vision
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Over 25 years ago a pastor friend of mine introduced me to a book called “The Valley of Vision”. It is a collection of prayers by Puritans from 300-400 years ago. What beautiful expressions of faith to God! The Puritans,
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  • Some Things I am Grateful For
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • My wife and I have just returned from a missions trip with Samaritan’s Purse in Houston. We witnessed first hand some of the devastation in southeast Texas. We went past hundreds of homes and businesses that may have looked fine
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  • On Mandalay Bay
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We have been talking about this a lot on radio stations across the nation. Something about the behavior of Mandalay Bay and those in charge of the investigation of the horrific shooting there is NOT right. This is a conspiracy
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  • Paper is Back
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Yes, Paper is back and yes we told the world it would happen. In the quest to spend money and look cool politicians all surged to convert voting machines to magical electronic booths. Only problem is, voters only use the
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  • Gettysburg National Park
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I was at Gettysburg the other day. I had not been there in about 20 years. It is an incredibly moving part of the American landscape. Warren Wiersbe told me, “It was the greatest slaughter of teenagers in American history.”
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  • 12 Years A Slave
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I have finally gotten around to reading the book “12 Years a Slave” by Solomon Northrup. I have only seen snippets of the movie on YouTube…now I know why it earned an Oscar. The book is mighty compelling. It is
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  • Missing Moore
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Wapo, Huffpo and “the Times” will miss the point and the moment. They have to miss the real story behind Roy Moore’s election win to run for the U.S. Senate in a special December election. The fact that Roy Moore
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  • One Man Stood
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • His coach does not like it. His “owner” does not like it. The US Media does not like it. But what else could Alejandro Villonueva do? After three tours of duty, under fire, in Afghanistan, how could this decorated veteran
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  • ISIS in the Philippines
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The Philippines is the only country in Asia in which the vast majority professes belief in the Christian faith. However, their is a sizable minority of Muslims, living primarily on the southern island of Mindanao. The Muslims there far outnumber
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  • UNCONSTITUTIONAL!!!
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Major League Baseball is in an uproar over Apple technology being used to steal signs. The Commissioner of Baseball is reviewing the constitutional requirements to issue rulings and punishments against the Red Sox for an alleged complicated high-tech scheme at
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  • Antifa and Fascism
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • If you could sit down with someone from Antifa and ask them “What is fascism? What, historically speaking, has fascism believed for the last 100 years?”, what would they say? As I have been scanning the videos of the numerous
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  • Who Are The Antifa
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Who are these people? They call themselves “Antifa”, and they seem to have just popped up recently. The media has broadcasted numerous riots across the country, showing black-clad people (usually in their 20s and 30s) brandishing shields, baseball bats, and
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  • Justice from Where?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Wrap up all the protest, the marches, violence, smoke and blood. The people in the streets and their spokespeople on cable news all boil down their mission to a single word: Justice. What a word, what a concept what a
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  • Mayweather vs McGregor
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Well all the hype is over and the dust has settled, and Floyd Mayweather is still undefeated in his twenty year boxing career. He’s still the champ, and Conor McGregor should learn a lesson in humility. (But he probably won’t.)
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  • Flight 93 Memorial
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • My wife and I were recently traveling through the great state of Pennsylvania. While we were there, we noticed that the Flight 93 Memorial was just off the highway. On the spur of the moment, we decided to go. We
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  • Killing Columbus
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • “The problem with the world is America. So the person who ‘discovered’ this place and all the Europeans that followed are really to blame. In other words, the answer for modern man is remove all the white people or at
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  • The Establishment Whine
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • “Donald is not from around here, right.” That sort of sums up the comments of Senate President Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. In a recent speech back home, McConnell lamented that Trump’s expectations of the Legislative process are simply unrealistic and
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  • Dunkirk–the Movie
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I just saw the movie “Dunkirk”. If you have not seen it yet, go. Go now–before it leaves the silver screen and you are forced to watch it on DVD. You need to see it on a very large screen
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  • No, It is NOT Right
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • There is no way to put a pretty picture on this one. There is no hidden, better strategy that can justify the actions of the U.S. Senate on healthcare. We can all see the man behind the curtain so there
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  • Languages
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I guess I am always amazed at how some people (usually those living in Europe) can be fluent in multiple languages. I have studied several ancient and a few modern ones, but I am not “fluent” in any of them.
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  • A Psalm 37/73 Morning
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We saw what happened in the wee hours of this morning. We saw the Progressives keep Obamacare on the books, led by Senator John McCain. By one vote the law no one ever read stays on the books. That was
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  • Chez Thony
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Sometimes, the happiest events are the ones you don’t expect. Such was our experience in Montreal with a restaurant called “Chez Thony”. Alice and I had walked for miles, uphill from the downtown area to go see a spectacular looking
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  • The Clueless Protest
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The ads are on the radio. “Call your Senator. Tell him/her to oppose the Republican healthcare plan.” But here is the question: have any of these people read the Republican plans in either the House or Senate version? Has a
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  • The Declaration
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We celebrate this document every year. We can never talk about it too much. Sadly, we have stopped teaching this foundational element to America’s children. The 4th of July comes and goes as a picnic with fireworks but we forget
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  • Tolkien, Lewis, Aeneas, and Paul
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I have recently come across a discussion about the influence of certain ancient and medieval books upon C.S. Lewis…. particularly in relation to his conversion to Christ. Lewis loved reading the classics, whether it was Virgil’s “Aeneid” or Caesar’s “Gallic
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  • Joan of Arc
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • As I am currently reading Helen Castor’s book “Joan of Arc” I am struck by the wide variety of people whom God uses as He orchestrates history. Literary geniuses such as Boethius or Dante, theologians such as Augustine or Aquinas,
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  • Hildegard of Bingen
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • As I am reading more and more in Medieval and Renaissance history, I continue to have my pre-conceived ideas overturned. I am still reading (and re-reading) Thomas Cahill’s “Mysteries of the Middle Ages” (2006). I have been fascinated with some
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  • Sitting Ducks
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • It was a political shooting. A hate crime against Donald Trump and against Republican members of Congress. The Facebook page stated it in print. The shooter specifically asked if the people on the field were Republicans. This cannot be covered
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  • When You are Out of Ideas
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Progressives are out of ammo. Their signature policy of the 20th Century is marooned on the island of misfit toys. The fantasy that centralized government can do much of anything well is now hemmed in by a 20 trillion dollar
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  • Greater Than Less Than
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • We just left The Public Square® studio after a long conversation about the proposed Trump budget. The first question we asked was basic math. Which is bigger: 3.7 Billion or 4.1 billion? The answer does seem pretty obvious, right. Then
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  • Nations That Do Not Fight
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Europe has been invaded, colonized, and attacked by savages who call themselves jihadists. Their goal is the enslavement of the world in submission to Sharia. They immigrate, refuse to assimilate to European custom or laws, intimidate others to “respect” their
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  • Introducing, Dr. Ryan Reeves
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • You know I am a “history-nut”. I read books about Medieval history or the history of World War II or the history of ancient Mesopotamia just for fun. Well, I gotta tell ya…I have just discovered the GREATEST youtube channel
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  • The President Missed It
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • He is a big opportunity, this President. Lots of people can’t get past making him the object of their discontent. Sometimes he makes it easy to criticize. But this conversation is not about all the current hubbub in the world
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  • The Sad Truth
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • There is a lot more work to do. Yes, we tried to remind everyone that Congress governs the nation. We tried to expose the fallacy that a single election of a President would fix it all. The delusion of our
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  • The History Erasers
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I have just read that the city council of New Orleans has finally begun the removal of a memorial and three statues that they deem offensive. The memorial is to the Battle of Liberty Place (a bloody riot between the
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  • Giovanni Francesco Bernardone
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I usually read about six or seven books at once. I can’t help it. So, right now I am also reading Thomas Cahill’s “Mysteries of the Middle Ages” in which he tells several fascinating stories about real people in real
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  • The War Letters
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Here is a great place to start. Gather up your loved ones and friends. Pour a generous serving of your favorite beverage. Turn on your phone app or laptop or tablet or home computer and log onto thepublicsquare.com. Then take
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  • Savonarola and Revival
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I am currently reading some books about the Italian Renaissance. One book is “Death in Florence– the Medici, Savonarola, and the Battle for the Soul of a Renaissance City” by Paul Strathern (2015). Much of the book is about the
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  • Who Wants to Live Forever?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Lots of people are asking this question, including a whole host of Hollywood celebrities, Silicon Valley billionaires, and giants in high tech. They are thinking about living forever – here. They are spending hundreds of millions to develop hardware and
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  • Jordan Versus Trump
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • No contest. I know Jim Jordan. I have known him since before he was in politics, when he was a wrestling coach and a home school dad. Wrestlers around the nation know the Jordan boys. They are more than survivors.
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  • Eichman and the Banality of Evil
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Adolf Eichman was an “Oberstrumbannfuhrer” (Lt. Colonel) in the SS in World War II. He was hand picked by SS General Reinhard Heydrich to manage the logistics of transporting millions and millions of Jews to be murdered in the Nazi
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  • Quit Calling It a Repeal
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • A law is not repealed when it is left on the books and you reserve the right to utilize over 1100 provisions contained within that law. So can we please quit pretending. The current bill on Obamacare in the House
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  • Asking Questions
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • I watched Dr. Tom Price on a CNN “Town Hall” the other night. Who is Tom Price? He is a Physician, former member of Congress and now the Secretary of Health and Human Services in charge of Obamacare. No, Congress
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  • Dealy Plaza
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I just recently came back from a visit to Dallas Texas. An unusual city. . . no shopping area filled with restaurants in the downtown area (unlike New York or Chicago). We wandered into a Western Wear store where I
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  • The Inspiration of Broadway
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Music often notes a change of heart or mind. Music even notes changes in culture. We sing Yankee Doodle and teach it to our children when they learn of the War for Independence. We sing Yankee Doodle Dandy because of
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  • From a Diner in Kentucky?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • So the Democrats had to come up with a response to President Trump’s first address to Congress. How easy should that have been? After eight years of the most elegant rhetoric from President Obama surely the Democrats would have someone
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  • The 442nd RCT
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • They were Americans, willing to fight and die for America. And they were “nisei”– “second generation” Japanese who were born and raised here in the USA. Immediately following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt had all of the
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  • Wannsee Conference
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • It was a conference of 15 high ranking Nazis, lasting only an hour and a half. But it was a meeting that sealed the fate of millions of Jews in Europe who were enduring Nazi occupation. Reinhard Heydrich, second in
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  • Operation Paperclip
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Many, many years ago as I studied World War II my mind was filled with stories of the Allies valiantly fighting the evil Nazis and Imperial Japanese and in the end we vanquished all the evil empires and brought the
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  • Unit 731
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • Unit 731. Unit 1644. Unit 100. These were the main killing units of the Imperial Japanese military’s experiments in biological and chemical warfare. From 1935 to 1945 Unit 731 and it’s “siblings” murdered an estimated 250,000 human beings in some
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  • The Evidence, Please?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Is it all a distraction designed to destroy a Presidency? It is driven by deep psychological needs and a profound hatred of an individual. If you stare at it or focus upon it you will be wasting a lot of
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  • Mad Judge Disease
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Once again the media, the parties, and the partisans are playing silly games with national defense and serious constitutional questions This time the contest is over the President’s Executive Order calling for vetting for immigrant refugees. Sadly, the federal Court
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  • DeVos – Who Knew?
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Who knew Betsy DeVos was a part of Lucifer’s legion of soul snatchers? Who could have imagined that this women was secretly hiding in the woods stirring a cauldron of potients and spells to destroy public education as we know
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  • The Marine Raiders
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • An elite force within an elite force? It was quite the radical idea over 70 years ago in the early years of World War II. But President Franklin Roosevelt had been captivated by the success of newly formed British commandos
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  • Wishing Will Not Make It So
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • Donald Trump kept his word. He nominated an outstanding candidate for the US Supreme Court. The folks at FOX News are spinning the story as if Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation by the US Senate is inevitable. But wishing does not make
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  • Washington Post Hacks Republicans
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • What would you call publishing a recording of a private meeting where the press and the public were specifically prohibited? Would you call that hacking into the content of a confidential meeting? Those darn Russians. Or not… This time is
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  • Merrill’s Marauders
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • By 1942 the US military saw the need for an elite light infantry unit that could penetrate deep behind enemy lines, destroy supply depots, intercept enemy convoys and communications, and seize key airfields. In 1943 the US Army created the
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  • Mr. Lincoln – Mr. Trump
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • This has to be written for the record. Please listen to this week’s edition of The Public Square®: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Please pay careful attention to the discussion of Jefferson Smith (Jimmy Stewart) visiting the Lincoln Memorial. We
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  • The Second Biggest Lie
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • The biggest lie of the past eight years has been the passage of Obamacare because it was a bill that not one of the Democrats read. The bill was passed in the Senate and the House with only the votes
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  • The Schumer Veto
  • By Dave Zanotti
  • For Democrat leaders the election of Donald Trump means war. Listen to their statements. Listen to Jerry Brown, the Governor of California. Listen to the threats and the rage. Listen to Chuck Schumer pledging to stop any and every Trump
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  • Colonel Rex Applegate
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • I love reading and writing about little known heroes who creatively did their job, and whose work had great impact. Rex Applegate is one of the unsung American heroes of World War II. He developed what would become the standard
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  • Philippe Kieffer
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • In the spring of 1940 Nazi Germany burst through the French and British armies and forced them to evacuate at Dunkirk. One French naval officer, Philippe Kieffer, fled to Great Britain in order to carry on the fight against the
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  • The Goumier
  • By Jeff Sanders
  • The government of France was knocked out of World War II in 1940, but not all of its fighting men. Charles De Gaulle (along with a few other French generals) led the charge to keep Frenchmen fighting against the Nazi
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