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Day of Remembrance: February 19 is the anniversary of President FDR’s 1942 executive order allowing the incarceration of 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II

From DayofRemembrance.org: ‘Never forget. On February 19, 1942, the President of the United States authorized our government to incarcerate Americans simply because they looked like the enemy. More than 110,000 American citizens and immigrants of Japanese ancestry were forced to give … Continue reading

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How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan’s Attack on Pearl Harbor by Robert Higgs

The following is a video of a lecture given by Higgs at a Mises Institute function in 2012. Additional information in line with this lecture can be found in Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace edited by Harry Elmer Barnes. Below … Continue reading

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Worshiping Mass Murder

The following was tweeted by the University of Michigan athletic department: A B-17 & B-25 will conduct the flyover for the @umichfootball Military Appreciation game on Sat. #GoBlue #MGoTroops pic.twitter.com/viisURhBJn — Michigan Athletics (@UMichAthletics) November 5, 2015 The two bombers … Continue reading

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Executive Order 9066 Was Signed by Franklin Roosevelt 73 Years Ago Today

The US Constitution is a deeply flawed document from the standpoint of protecting the liberties of the people. It was adopted via a bloodless coup and replaced a much more liberty friendly form of government, the confederacy under the Articles … Continue reading

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Robert Higgs : How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan’s Attack on Pearl Harbor

Robert Higgs of the Independent Institute recently gave an outstanding speech about FDR’s provocative policy towards Japan prior to the fiasco at Pearl Harbor. Higgs clearly and concisely highlights the main themes in Harry Elmer Barnes’ Perpetual War for Perpetual … Continue reading

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