CELEB NEWS: BRAD PITT VISITED SOLDIERS AT FORT IRWIN TRAINING CENTER TO LEARN HOW TO DRIVE A TANK FOR HIS NEXT MOVIE WORLD WAR II DRAMA ‘FURY’

Mastering the skills: Brad Pitt posed with U.S. soldiers last month at Fort Irwin National Training Center as he learns to drive a tank for his new movie role

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HOW RACE BROUGHT DETROIT’S DEMISE: RUSH LIMBAUGH RECALLS 1990 ZEV CHAFETS BOOK ‘DEVIL’S NIGHT: AND OTHER TRUE TALES OF DETROIT’ AS IT EXPOSED DETROIT’S BIGGEST PROBLEM

Zev Chafets‘ Diagnosis of Detroit’s Demise

 Listen to it Button RUSH LIMBAUGH July 23, 2013

Detroit was the most racist city in the north, and it wasn’t accidental.  It was the policy of the police department to hire southern lawmen and give orders to kick butt.  The city was completely segregated. Urban renewal crowded all the blacks into very small neighborhoods.  The city was racially tense for years.  Now, in 1967 the blacks in Detroit rioted.  They burned down and looted whole neighborhoods.  Whites fled so fast that they were moving into unfinished houses in the suburbs. 

-Detroit was the most racist city in the north, and it wasn’t accidental.  It was the policy of the police department to hire southern lawmen and give orders to kick butt.  The city was completely segregated. Urban renewal crowded all the blacks into very small neighborhoods.  The city was racially tense for years.  Now, in 1967 the blacks in Detroit rioted.  They burned down and looted whole neighborhoods.  Whites fled so fast that they were moving into unfinished houses in the suburbs. 

– RUSH:  I think it’s safe to say, ladies and gentlemen, that if Detroit mayor Coleman Young has had a son, he would look like Barack Obama.  I mean, he’s a dead ringer for Barack Obama

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$35 MILLION WWII SHIPWRECK TREASURE: 1,574 SILVER INGOTS RECOVERED FROM WWII SHIPWRECK SS GAIRSOPPA BY ODYSSEY MARINE EXPLORATION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC EXPECTED TO BE WORTH $35 MILLION

Despite nasty 30-foot ocean swells, the extreme depth and other difficulties, the Odyssey Marine Exploration team used robotic equipment to make almost-surgical cuts into the SS Gairsoppa wreck — and then carefully removed the valuable cargo.

Explorers raise the bar — 1,574 silver ones — in WW II shipwreck

Odyssey Marine Exploration just finished a record-setting recovery effort in the North Atlantic, pulling 1,574 silver ingots from the wreck of merchant ship SS Gairsoppa three miles below the choppy seas. The total value is expected to rise more than $35 million. Continue reading

THE FIGHT TO SAVE ‘BAND OF BROTHERS’ : 506TH INFANTRY REGIMENT FACING DEACTIVATION UNDER ARMY’S MASSIVE RESTRUCTURING

 Popular: Band Of Brothers won national acclaim, and followed the soldiers of the Easy Company from paratrooper training through D-Day and the end of the war

Fight to save famous ‘Band of Brothers‘ parachute regiment who landed behind enemy lines in World War Two and inspired HBO series from sweeping military cuts

By Associated Press

The 101st Airborne Division is trying to save its illustrious 506th Infantry Regiment, whose origins date to World War II‘s fabled ‘Band of Brothers,’ from deactivation under the Army’s massive restructuring. Continue reading

NAZI-SS COMMANDER ACCUSED OF ATROCITIES TRACKED DOWN IN MINNESOTA, BEEN LIVING IN THE COUNTRY FOR SIXTY YEARS

BERLIN – An Associated Press investigation has found that a commander of a Nazi SS-led unit accused of atrocities has been living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II. Records obtained by the AP through a Freedom of Information Act request show that Michael Karkoc lied to American authorities to get into the country.

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HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY AMERICA: MAJOR AMERICAN WARS THROUGHOUT HISTORY

Throughout the 6,000 years of mankind’s documented history, war has been a  good necessary tool to save or an evil instrument used to destroy. America experienced its first war, with 25,000 dead, during its fight for Independence from 1775-83. In the War of 1812 with the British wherein the White House was set on fire, she lost 15,000 men. But in 1861-65, America’s war was fought at home, this time against each other brothers against brothers.

The Civil War cost 625,000 lives and with the highest number of deaths from all wars fought in American history. The war was fought in order to set free the African-Americans from slavery. In World War I from 1917-18, the world asked America to help and it cost 116,516 American lives. In World War II from 1941-45, America saved the world from Axis of evil but she lost 405,399. America kept on fighting offshore, losing 36,516 in the 1950-53 Korean War. Then in the 1961-75 Vietnam War, she lost again 58,151. Then in 2001, America’s longest war was caused by an attack on its own soil in the 9/11. Since 2003 up to present, America lost 6,280 brave soldiers.

Founding Father George Washington had a heavenly vision about the three great wars America would have – the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and the War that’s still to come wherein America would be invaded by land and sea and in a vision America is almost defeated except for God’s miraculous intervention. War is something the world will always have. And war is an instrument of good in order to defeat evil.

MEMORIAL DAY TREAT:GENERAL GEORGE PATTON’S PRAYER FOR GOOD WEATHER DURING WORLD WAR II

General George Patton of the Third Army whose colorful life and genius military skills made this man as one of the most admired generals in history. The man who practiced everyday in front of the mirror for years getting that perfect “mean look”  that he wanted as his trademark was not shy in admitting that when it comes to nature, he has to call on to God for help. Patton’s famous “prayer for good weather” during the crucial Battle of the Bulge was written by Army Chaplain Col. James O’Neill whom he ordered to write a prayer to God to give them good weather.