From  Cox and Forkum:

From The Wall Street Journal: Too Much, Too Late.

A cultural establishment that (on the whole) doesn’t give a damn about World War II or its veterans thinks it can undo a half-century of indifference verging on contempt by repeating a silly phrase (“the greatest generation”) like a magic spell while deploying fulsome praise like carpet bombing. The campaign is especially intense among members of the 1960s generation who once chose to treat all present and former soldiers like dirt and are willing at long last to risk some friendly words about World War II veterans, now that most are safely underground and guaranteed not to talk back, enjoy their celebrity or start acting like they own the joint.

If you ever get a chance, be sure to visit the The National D-Day Museum in New Orleans.

Yale Kramer has posted an excellent article he wrote for The American Spectator for the 50th anniversary of D-Day: EASY RED, FOX GREEN: THE MEANING OF OMAHA BEACH. It contains a brief account of D-Day, specifically Omaha beach. Highly recommend. [Hat Tip: TIA Daily, LGF]

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