Update: Beck: “I’m Afraid of a Dietrich Bonhoffer Moment”

Update:  Beck:  “I’m Afraid of a Dietrich Bonhoffer Moment”

“THIS FALL, WE’LL ROLL UP OUR SLEEVES, AND WE’RE IN IT TO THE END” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 25, 2013) — Beginning at 5:52 p.m. EDT on TheBlazeTV, Glenn Beck is discussing with Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., that the deeds of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell went unreported by […]

Hitler’s “Fanatical” Move: The Battle of the Bulge

Hitler’s “Fanatical” Move:  The Battle of the Bulge

AMERICANS PUMMELED GERMAN FORCES AFTER SURPRISE ATTACK, BEGINNING THE END OF NAZI TERROR AND DEATH CAMPS by Sharon Rondeau (May 27, 2013) — During the last winter of World War II, Adolf Hitler devised a plan to divide the Allied forces by rupturing their supply line located in Antwerp, Belgium.  The German plan, first called […]

What Can History Teach Us?

What Can History Teach Us?

“GERMANY’S UNCROWNED KING” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 14, 2013) — Seventy-seven years ago today, on March 14, 1936, The New York Times reported that Adolf Hitler received a “frenzied reception” by “300,000 Nazis” in the city of Munich with thousands of onlookers shouting, “Heil, der Fuehrer!” The Times described the scene as a “nearly hysterical […]

How Far Will Obama’s Propaganda Machine Go?

How Far Will Obama’s Propaganda Machine Go?

SHADES OF GERMANY, 1938 by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 14, 2013) — A New York Times article dated January 6, 1938 entitled “Nazis Govern Reporters” begins with the words, “A special decree fixing the salaries and working conditions of journalists was issued today…” The “decree” began with: The attitude of the German press is determined by […]