Seventy years ago today, the Imperial Japanese Government accepted the Potsdam Declaration, and effectively surrendered to the Allied Powers. The men and women who celebrated this day in Times Square, Chicago, and the Great Central Valley, are passing quickly from us. Once more we celebrate and we remember those who sacrificed their lives to secure freedom for the world.
We are losing them incredibly fast, and that’s why Central Valley Honor Flight is so important.
In the world of political scandal, the Hillary Server being wiped clean is so banal that the most reported scandal yesterday was from… 1921… and, of course, was about a Republican…
Local Defense Attorney Frank Carson is arrested for suspicion of 1st Degree Murder. This is a case of great interest and importance to Dave, and it had an impact on the last election for District Attorney.
What makes an “effective” Congressman? According to one study, it’s how many bills they sponsor that make it out of committee and into law. But is that the BEST measure?
Posted on August 14, 2015, in 2016 Presidential, American, Elections, Hillary Clinton, History, WWI, WWII and tagged Cold War, Congress, Frank Carson, Harding, Hillary, HIstory, Japan, Korey Kaufmann Murder, Podcast, VJ Day, World War II. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.