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changing places, left and right http://neoneocon.com/2016/12/09/changing-places-left-and-right/
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for three decades http://www.redstate.com/jaycaruso/2016/12/09/democratic-governance-display-oakland-warehouse-inspected-three-decades/
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american hero john glenn dies at 95 http://neoneocon.com/2016/12/09/american-hero-john-glenn-dies-at-95/
i read https://www.yahoo.com/news/american-john-glenn-astronaut-fighter-pilot-senator-054801572.html
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today trump discussed http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-denies-stringing-romney-along-for-secretary-of-state/article/2609042
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time and the black swan: no question whatsoever… http://neoneocon.com/2016/12/07/time-and-the-black-swan-no-question-whatsoever/
this choice http://time.com/time-person-of-the-year-2016-donald-trump-choice/?xid=homepagehttp://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/12/07/donald-trump-time-magazine-person-of-the-year/95082238/
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home email bio december 9th, 2016 bumped up: please use the neo portal to shop at amazon for the holidays [please scroll down for the latest posts.] right now the holiday crunch is on. and not just christmas, although that’s the big one; chanukah comes this year at the fortuitous same time, with the first chanukah night coinciding with christmas eve. so i’m encouraging you to feel their hot breaths on your neck and solve all your gift-giving dilemmas by turning to that online colossus, amazon. and if you use those widgets on my right sidebar to click through for all your amazon purchases (now and at any other time of year) you will also be giving a small but still not insignificant gift to neo-neocon (it adds up, folks), and all without spending any extra money. what could be more wonderful? [note: in case you have ad blocker or something of that sort, and the amazon widgets don’t show up on your computer, please go here. also, i’ll be bumping this post up now and then till the holidays are over.] posted by neo-neocon at 6:04 pm. filed under: uncategorized 1 comment • trackback • permalink • december 9th, 2016 how about a nice… …spam invasion? every now and then my spamblocker goes on the fritz. actually, what i think is happening is that the people (there still are people involved somewhere, right?) who design spamming programs keep trying and trying to find a way past the firewall, and suddenly they do something that works. then the people (there still are people involved somewhere, right?) who design spam-blocking programs have to catch up. or something like that. usually i get about 100 spambot comments a minute. yes, you heard right—100 a minute, which the spam blocker puts into the spam folder. so when something in the blocker breaks down, a vast number come to the blog itself. you don’t ordinarily see them, because they are cleverly deposited on old threads, the better to escape detection. but i can see them coming in, and i can hand-block them. it’s a laborious process. usually something gets fixed after a couple of hours, and then the problem is no more. but in the meantime, the blocker may “unapprove” the occasional real comment from a regular person, which i then have to unblock by hand. fun. apologies for any inconvenience to you. the problem should end fairly soon. posted by neo-neocon at 6:04 pm. filed under: blogging and bloggers 4 comments • trackback • permalink • december 9th, 2016 changing places, left and right commenter “mollynh” writes about the 2016 election: it was all so tantalizingly close for the left… “tantalizingly close” is one big reason this election has been so very difficult for the left, and why the right isn’t just happy but is stunned at the fact that, when it least expected it, it now has control of every branch of government (because it is poised to control scotus, too). the shock and reversal has been immense for both parties, although one is sad and one is happy. this was the strangest election of my lifetime. and not just because donald trump and hillary clinton were both very unusual candidates. it was strange and curious—and extremely stressful—because nearly everyone was predicting the death of the gop. some thought the death was coming (or even was already here) because trump would lose, hillary would win, the senate would be in democratic hands, and the supreme court soon would be. there would be horrible recriminations and blame on the right. some thought the death was coming (or even was already here) even if trump won, because he would drive a stake in the gop’s heart—or already had done so, just by his candidacy. but it turns out that, as with mark twain, the reports of the death of the gop had been greatly exaggerated. in fact, i don’t think the party has ever been so healthy (well, maybe not actually healthy, but giving the appearance of health) in my entire lifetime. reagan as president had to contend with either mixed or democratic congresses for his entire presidency (see this). the contract with america in the 1990s, which returned congress to republican hands for the first time in ages, happened with a democratic president on board. so not only did the party not die this year, it seems unusually robust, at least at the moment. it holds the presidency, both houses of congress, probably scotus in a while, and most of the statehouses and governorships. and it’s the democrats who are looking sickly. no wonder they don’t know what hit them. nor, it seems, does anyone else, the reversal in perception is so enormous. oh, we don’t lack for theories. they explain trump’s victory, perhaps. but they don’t explain the scope and breadth of the reversal. it’s as though everyone was keeping a vigil by the deathbed of someone who had been shot and was dying. that someone was the gop. they were hearing the death rattle in the throat and were waiting for the final moment, heads bowed. some had tears streaming down their cheeks. some were secretly (or maybe not so secretly) happy, because they felt that the person on the bed had wronged them terribly. but all knew it was very near the end. and then suddenly the person jumped up. not just jumped up, but started tap dancing and chuckling. and the mourners looked back at the bed, and lying there was (and is) another very ill person…and they recognize that person as the shooter. very odd. now, it’s one thing to say trump will win, and to be correct. quite a few people did that, although the great majority did not. and even someone like me, who did not predict a win for trump, gave him about a 1 in 3 chance of winning during the last month or so of his candidacy. but i never really thought that we’d get trump, plus a completely republican-dominated congress, so many statehouses, and retention of most of the majority in the house with just six seats lost there. and not just that, but trump is currently making nicey-nicey with the “establishment” he so reviled, and they are in a minor lovefest with him. don’t for a moment consider that all of this means that the democrats (or in particular the left) are goners and that the republicans have won. the gop is riding high right now. but if it doesn’t get results, the public will turn on it just as it has turned on the democrats, who once thought they were riding so high it would never end. the gramscian march is still the province of the left, for example, although propaganda can be overridden by the very real changes (for good or ill) that actually affect people in their actual lives. but those good changes have to happen during the next four years, or people will turn on those who promised them what they could not (or would not) deliver. posted by neo-neocon at 3:07 pm. filed under: election 2016, politics 22 comments • trackback • permalink • december 9th, 2016 the site of the oakland fire had not been inspected… …for three decades, despite plenty of complaints. completely disgraceful: right. budget cuts are to explain why a building hadn’t been inspected in thirty years. here is more nonsense: there weren’t any inspections because “we had no applications for permits in the last 30 years, and there were no violations that were submitted for interior work within the main building attributed to that street address,” said darin ranelletti, the city’s interim director of planning and building. right. meanwhile, people were apparently complaining about the building continuously: on friday night, the warehouse became the scene of one of oakland’s deadliest building fires as an electronic dance party was underway. the cause of the blaze remains under investigation. nevertheless, the city received repeated complaints over the years about the warehouse-turned-art space, a dilapidated two-story structure at 1315 31st ave., and its adjacent lot. the site had become cluttered with old cars, oil containers, pests and trash, according to those complaints. many of the complaints were directed at the lot, pointing to a “ton of garbage piling up on the property” as well as the “illegal interior building structure” at the warehouse, according to city records released this week. the most recent complaints were filed three weeks before friday’s fire. the notion that the city couldn’t send somebody over there to check property because of budget cuts is complete garbage. i would imagine there are many other structures like this in the city. i hope the city starts paying attention, and doing something about potential disasters waiting to happen. posted by neo-neocon at 2:45 pm. filed under: disaster 8 comments • trackback • permalink • december 9th, 2016 american hero john glenn dies at 95 the headlines practically write themselves: “american hero.” quintessential american hero. when i read that glenn had died at 95 my first reaction was surprise that he was still alive. after all, he was named an astronaut in my youth, and he wasn’t even all that young back then. i well remember that life magazine cover, back when life was what everyone read: september 1959. john glenn is the one with the bowtie. glenn’s list of accomplishments reads as though it was written by hollywood: he was the first american to orbit the earth, a war hero fighter pilot, a record-setting test pilot, a longtime senator, a presidential candidate and a man who defied age and gravity to go back into space at 77. but those were just his accomplishments. what made john glenn was more his persona: he was a combat veteran with boy next door looks, a strong marriage and nerves of steel. schools were named after him. children were named after him. his life story of striving hard, succeeding, suffering setbacks and high-flying redemption was as american as it gets. add to that unflagging devotion to a wife he has known since childhood and unerring service to his country. “known since childhood”? try “known since toddlerhood.” one of the most interesting things about glenn was that in his private life he was so conventional, and even in some ways insular. he married a woman he had met, as he himself said, “in the playpen” and known his entire life. and he stayed with her; they were married a remarkable 73 years, and she survives him, so they both shared not only their lives but longevity too. and yet those lives were anything but conventional in terms of what they did. couples often make promises before marriage, and only sometimes are those promises kept. but glenn certainly fulfilled this one, didn’t he?: “i promised her on our wedding day i’d do everything i can to make sure our life is never dull,” mr. glenn said. the announcement of glenn’s death engenders reflection on how people decide to live their lives. glenn’s life was very very large: one of action and movement in his outer life, rock-solid stability in his inner life and personal relationships. it made me think of tennyson’s poem “ulysses,” and how glenn resembled the hero in that poem in some ways and was the opposite in others. the poem begins with restlessness: “matched with an aged wife,” ulysses desires to set sail again. glenn adored his “aged wife,” but he “set sail” again when he went back into space at 77. he continued to be active into his 90s, and to “drink life to the lees.” : …old age hath yet his honour and his toil; death closes all: but something ere the end, some work of noble note, may yet be done, not unbecoming men that strove with gods. the lights begin to twinkle from the rocks: the long day wanes: the slow moon climbs: the deep moans round with many voices… tho’ much is taken, much abides; and tho’ we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are; one equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. rip, john glenn. posted by neo-neocon at 2:00 pm. filed under: people of interest 9 comments • trackback • permalink • december 8th, 2016 when united says “no frills”… …they really mean it: the airline, one of the world’s largest carriers, plans to introduce a new ‘basic economy’ fare in the new year. but these tickets come with a catch. passengers who buy the ‘basic economy’ ticket instead of a standard economy fare can travel with a single small item of carry-on luggage, but only if it fits underneath the seat in front of them… prices, however, for this new low-frills ticket will actually be comparable to the low fares united now charges for the economy cabin, according to reuters – which effectively means that using the overhead bins will hit fliers in the pocket. the telegraph reported that united ‘expects the changes to raise around $1bn by 2020’. nice. i suppose they’ve done their market research. but it seems to me that this appeals only to passengers who are going on day trips or at the most overnight jaunts. i suppose that’s a sizeable number, but it wouldn’t be me. i travel heavy, even for short trips. and so do a lot of women (this video features the f-word quite a bit, but it’s very funny and it describes me almost exactly): [note: i hesitate to put up this companion piece video that shows how guys pack, because it’s really gross. but it’s really funny, and spot on about the more cavalier attitude to packing of most guys i know.] posted by neo-neocon at 3:00 pm. filed under: men and women; marriage and divorce and sex, pop culture 16 comments • trackback • permalink • december 8th, 2016 the personal in politics i’m always interested in political change. i’m not at all sure that this type of change is fundamental enough to last, but it’s certainly of interest, and it could end up being permanent rather than situational, depending on what happens during the next four years: robert james stood outside the carrier plant just before the president-elect addressed workers at the refrigeration and heating assembly factory. “i feel a great swing of emotions that go from disbelief to satisfaction that this is happening in our community. an area like this can go from a stable middle-class area to foreclosures and urban blight in the blink of an eye,” he said. james would never dream of voting republican: “for all of my life the democrats have been the party of the working guy, had my back. but if i am being really honest, and this is tough to admit, but i can’t remember the last time they did anything to improve the dignity and value of my job” — a point that didn’t really crystallize for him until it became personal: until his job was saved. by a republican. james, wearing a united steelworkers jacket on a brisk afternoon, was in no way saying he’s found political religion in the republicans. but the 57-year-old, african-american longtime carrier employee did share the sentiment of many of his co-workers, democrats who didn’t vote for trump but felt their party was disconnected from their lives. most of the democratic leaders quoted post-election don’t seem to acknowledge that, although some do. i seem to recall that during her 2008 campaign against obama, clinton tried to cast herself as a working class hero. but it didn’t quite stick, and perhaps that’s why in 2016 she never really tried, particularly when up against a guy who, despite his vast wealth, connected with that group and championed it very explicitly and repeatedly. and why would the democrats have seen that they needed to, anyway? they had cobbled together what they believed was a winning formula based on changing demographics that they felt favored them, in which minorities of various kinds, the elite rich, and the lower classes would combine to elect them time and again. so they could ignore the vast middle, which wasn’t so vast anymore. here’s one democrat who sees that, at least now: “the democratic party has become a coastal elitist club and if there is any decision or discussion made to broaden that within the ranks, it is squashed,” said dane strother, a legendary washington, dc-based democratic strategist. “we have completely lost touch with middle america,” he admits. “how did we go from the party of the little man to the party of the elite?”… “we kept waiting for the white working class to just show up, but we didn’t give them any reason to,” he said, adding that democrats can’t just be the party that simply waits for minorities to become the majority. well, to defend the democrats, they didn’t just wait for minorities to become the majority. part of the reason for their liberal policy on illegal immigration was with the goal of hastening that day. meanwhile, they didn’t account for trump’s flair for the dramatic deal, although they should have: tuesday, a politico/morning consult poll confirmed what strother knows in his gut: trump and vice president-elect mike pence’s deal last week with carrier is wildly popular with the voters. the poll showed democrats, republicans and independents heavily viewed trump’s negotiations with carrier as an appropriate use of presidential prerogative. and a majority of americans say the carrier deal gives them a more favorable view of trump. “it was magnificent, brilliant theater, and who gives a damn if he can’t replicate that everywhere?” strother said. “the fact that my fellow democrats don’t get that has more to do with denial problems or the fact that they weren’t up there doing it themselves.” this reminds me of the discussions in 2012 on the gop side after the obama re-election, the ones that advocated for the gop to start adopting a kinder gentler illegal immigration policy in order to retain any power at all. didn’t quite work out that way, did it? posted by neo-neocon at 2:42 pm. filed under: election 2016, politics, trump 5 comments • trackback • permalink • december 8th, 2016 saying a tearful good-bye to reid and the filibuster harry reid is leaving the senate, and in this interview with politico he evaluates his tenure and makes predictions. he thinks he did just fine, and that the future for the democrats looks just fine, too: “they have trump, i understand that. but i don’t think the democratic party is in that big of trouble,” reid said in a half-hour interview with politico on wednesday, one day before he’ll deliver his farewell address. “i mean, if comey kept his mouth shut, we would have picked up a couple more senate seats and we probably would have elected hillary.” well, what did you expect from reid? and who knows, he may even be correct that the democrats will rise again. stranger reversals have happened, such as the unexpected triumph of the gop that we’re experiencing right now. does anyone mourn reid’s leaving, even the democrats? he has really been a nasty piece of work, even for a politician. this statement of his in the interview caught my attention [emphasis mine]: reid’s most controversial move as leader — invoking the “nuclear option” on senate confirmations — will leave his party essentially powerless to halt trump’s cabinet selections. reid insisted that it was the right thing to do. “i don’t know if it’s my biggest achievement, but i’m satisfied we did it. we had to. look at why it was done,” said reid, who turned 77 this month. “we got almost 100 judges approved … we saved the integrity of different agencies of government. no, think of what our country would’ve been without that.” reid predicted that the 60-vote filibuster threshold for legislation and for supreme court nominees will ultimately disappear altogether — calling it a natural evolution of the chamber. the rules are “going to erode, it’s just a question of when,” reid said. “you can’t have a democracy decided by 60 out of 100, and that’s why changing the rules is one of the best things that has happened to america in a long time. it’s good for us, it’s good for them.” small point—i think he actually might have meant: “you can’t have a democracy blocked by 41 out of 60.” the larger picture is that reid is trying to cast himself re the filibuster not as the autonomous agent of change, but as a mere cog being carried along by the wheel of history. the filibuster (actually, the earlier filibuster plus the adoption in 1917 of the rule about how many votes are necessary for cloture) had been in operation since 1837, with plenty of motivation to change it along the way. but despite this both sides had decided—till reid came along—that it was in their best interests to keep it as a sort of insurance policy against the day when they might be on the outs in the senate. the idea of the entire thing was to prevent simple majority rule in that legislative body, and to generally keep government moving at a slower pace and with more compromises necessary for it to move at all. that’s not harry reid’s preference. his preference is to say, “we’ve got the majority and so we’ll do whatever we want, even in the senate, and you shouldn’t be able to stop us.” that’s why he speaks of “democracy,” even in the senate which has not functioned as a simple democracy for a long time, and which has traditionally been dedicated to preserving the rights of the minority party, and which was established as a specifically republican (small “r”) body to counteract the more democratic (small “d”) house. i think reid is well aware of this history. he just pretends he’s not, because it suits his purposes right now. and when the filibuster suited his purposes, he didn’t hesitate to use it. i was never exactly sure what reid thought he was doing when he ended the filibuster in 2013 in order to get those nominations approved. but he seems to feel it was worth it. my guess is that he thought the appointees would fundamentally change the country (and in particular its judicial system) in a way that would have enormous long-term effects that would keep democrats and the left winning indefinitely in the institutional sense and the electoral sense, and that it was unlikely to come back to bite them. judges’ decisions are enormously influential. or maybe he thought the gop would be too wimpy to use the power he gave them. i also have a hunch that reid didn’t think it at all likely that the gop would take control of both the senate and the presidency in just a few short years. but that’s what has happened, and now the democrats are reduced to being the party of no!. thanks to reid, their ability to yell “no” as loudly and effectively as before has been attenuated. posted by neo-neocon at 2:07 pm. filed under: people of interest, politics 15 comments • trackback • permalink • december 7th, 2016 trump appointment news retired general john kelly is trump’s choice to head the department of homeland security: kelly retired from the marine corps earlier this year after leading u.s. southern command for three years, during which he was involved in the oversight of the detention center at guantanamo bay. he served three tours in iraq, and holds the somber distinction of being the most senior military officer to lose a child in combat in iraq or afghanistan. his son, marine 2nd lt. robert kelly was killed in november, 2010, in helmand province, afghanistan. known as an outspoken but loyal commander, kelly will be first to lead the department who is not a lawyer and the fifth overall. seems fine to me. dhs also involves immigration enforcement, and kelly has some experience with that, as well. people are still eagerly awaiting trump’s announcement for secretary of state, which has been drawn out and has garnered enormous and varied speculation, as trump interviews contender after contender (it reminds me of the fairy tales in which a king questions suitor after suitor vying for the right to wed the princess). as i’ve written before—and probably will write again—trump certainly knows how to maximize publicity. speaking of which (secretary of state, not princesses and fairy tales), today trump discussed the rumors that he was only considering mitt romney for the sos post in order to humiliate him: after being named time’s “person of the year” on the “today” show wednesday, trump said romney is still in the running despite several other people who have worked their way into contention in recent days. “i’ve spoken to him a lot, we’ve come a long way together,” trump said. “we had some tremendous difficulty, but we’ve come a long way together.” trump denied stringing romney along as revenge for some of the comments the 2012 gop presidential nominee made about him… “it’s not about revenge, it’s about what’s best for the country,” trump said. well, for what it’s worth, i’ve maintained right along that this isn’t about revenge, and that romney’s a real candidate. it seems trump agrees—at least, for public consumption. i continue to think that trump’s even considering romney for the post at all was another brilliant pr move, one of many (beginning with trump’s victory speech in the wee hours of the morning after the election) that signaled that, contrary to expectations, trump was not going to do a whole lot of stomping on his former enemies. i was very cheered by the signal, and similar signals make me guardedly hopeful. it trump chose romney to be sos, i’d be even more hopeful. but even if he doesn’t (and i have no idea if he will), i have never seen romney as humiliated and won’t see him as humiliated then. he’s what they used to call a gent, and has a natural dignity that has not deserted him and that would be likely to stand him in good stead in the post, or in most anything he chooses to do. [note: here’s an interesting article at vox on the kelly appointment, and trump’s general habit (pun intended) of appointing military men to cabinet positions.] posted by neo-neocon at 2:01 pm. filed under: politics, trump 22 comments • trackback • permalink • december 7th, 2016 time and the black swan: no question whatsoever…"> time and the black swan: no question whatsoever… …about this choice for “person of the year” by time: for those who believe this is all for the better, trump’s victory represents a long-overdue rebuke to an entrenched and arrogant governing class; for those who see it as for the worse, the destruction extends to cherished norms of civility and discourse, a politics poisoned by vile streams of racism, sexism, nativism. to his believers, he delivers change—broad, deep, historic change, not modest measures doled out in dixie cups; to his detractors, he inspires fear both for what he may do and what may be done in his name. but after that, time actually says something i think is basic, important, and not always recognized: yet [trump’s] victory mirrors the ascent of nationalists across the world, from britain to the philippines, and taps forces far more powerful than one man’s message. we can scarcely grasp what our generation has wrought by putting a supercomputer into all of our hands, all of the time. if you are reading this, whether on a page or a screen, there is a very good chance that you are caught up in a revolution that may have started with enticing gadgets but has now reshaped everything about how we live, love, work, play, shop, share—how our very hearts and minds encounter the world around us. why would we have imagined that our national conversation would simply go on as before, same people, same promises, same patterns? perhaps the president-elect will stop tweeting—but only because he will have found some other means to tell the story he wants to tell directly to the audience that wants to hear it. that’s what dick cheney was saying in the video i posted yesterday. and that’s what richard fernandez is saying in this essay: what is emerging may not be the foe the left fears. but it is conscious and therefore they are afraid: because the left knows what they themselves would be capable of to others. perhaps they are right to be frightened. as ken watanabe noted in godzilla, nature often creates one monster to destroy another. monsters are bad for everyone. still the old frameworks may be missing something important. as dilbert’s scott adams notes in his blog all the old ploys are failing because they have unintended consequences in the 21st century that may not have had in the last. consensus is no longer adequate for pronouncing on the truth and bureaucracies are no longer capable of enforcing edicts from on high. …exclusivity which was once an advantage has been supplanted by connectivity. once connectivity rules there can be no elect… …[t]he emerging challenge to the left will consist not of something like itself, but different from it. they have been conditioned to expect a like of themselves because that is what 19th and 20th century technology could support. what they [are] unprepared for is something disinterested in its vanities or the insusceptible to its old categories; something now viable because there is now the technological means to support it. it’s not just the left, either, that doesn’t know what to expect. we know what we hope for—at least in general terms—but we don’t know what we will get. no one does, and that’s nothing new. we go forward into the future as best we can. fernandez’s essay is entitled, “suppose it is a black swan?” black swans are neither bad nor good, they are “either” or sometimes “a mixture of both.” what they are is unpredictable. posted by neo-neocon at 1:10 pm. filed under: getting philosophical: life, love, the universe, press, trump 28 comments • trackback • permalink • december 7th, 2016 remember pearl harbor: 75th anniversary today is the seventy-fifth anniversary of the december 7, 1941 pearl harbor attack. the generation that reacted to it by mobilizing and fighting world war ii is on its last legs. but they were the ones we still call “the greatest.” i was reminded of this while watching one of those oliver north “war stories” tv shows, about pearl harbor. it featured some of the elderly participants reminiscing about that long ago day. before each one spoke, there was a photograph of him back in 1941: young, vibrant, handsome, full of life. now they were ancient, and most only vaguely resembled their former selves. but they still transmitted great moral strength and a kind of gary-cooperesque stoicism and understated bravery as they told their stories. at this writing there are still quite a few wwii veterans alive: the department of veterans affairs doesn’t have data on veterans of individual battles, and an alumni association for the battle disbanded in 2011, at the 70th anniversary, when it believed just 8,000 of the 84,000 uniformed americans on oahu during the attack remained alive. since 2011, roughly half of veterans of world war ii who were alive then have died, according to va projections, leaving fewer than 700,000 alive today. roughly 400 american wwii veterans die each day. the va projects fewer than 3,000 veterans of wwii will survive to the 100th anniversary of pearl harbor, and that may be optimistic… a couple of facts: it’s become fashionable to believe that fdr knew about the attack in advance and let it happen anyway. but those 12/7-truthers are almost undoubtedly wrong. roosevelt wanted to get us into the war, and he knew a japanese attack was coming at some point, and informed his generals to that effect, but he knew none of the particulars in advance. this idea of a government in cahoots with the enemy, willing to let innocent americans die, keeps coming up again and again. a certain not insignificant segment of the population appears to favor such conspiracy theories, probably because we don’t like feeling vulnerable to sudden attack. here’s a post i published nine years ago on pearl harbor day. it focuses on fdr’s famous speech afterward, and the will and resolve he amply demonstrated. will and resolve in war remain extremely relevant these days. there are indications it may be on the upswing now, as it hasn’t been in a long long time. here is just a little bit of roosevelt’s post-pearl harbor speech, in case we need reminding of what american resolve used to sound like: …no matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the american people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. here’s the speech itself: the memorable phrase that began fdr’s address, “a date which will live in infamy,” wasn’t in roosevelt’s earlier draft. it reads “a date which will live in world history.” that sounds like a high school essay; roosevelt crossed out “world history” and added “infamy” in his own hand. he also changed “simultaneously and deliberately attacked” to “suddenly and deliberately attacked.” wise choices. [note: this is an updated version of a previous post.] posted by neo-neocon at 12:45 pm. filed under: language and grammar, war and peace 12 comments • trackback • permalink • december 6th, 2016 another makeover at 70, she looks pretty good “before.” but even better “after.” it helps to have such an energetic, upbeat personality, too: posted by neo-neocon at 2:48 pm. filed under: fashion and beauty 6 comments • trackback • permalink • « previous entries about me previously a lifelong democrat, born in new york and living in new england, surrounded by liberals on all sides, i've found myself slowly but surely leaving the fold and becoming that dread thing: a neocon. read more >> amazon.com widgets search categories a mind is a difficult thing to change: my change story (16) academia (120) afghanistan (40) amazon orders (4) arts (5) baseball and sports (82) best of neo-neocon (71) blogging and bloggers (352) dance (156) disaster (128) education (111) election 2012 (352) election 2016 (490) evil (77) fashion and beauty (219) finance and economics (490) food (220) friendship (21) gardening (18) general information about neo-neocon (3) getting philosophical: life, love, the universe (304) health (401) health care reform (477) hillary clinton (138) historical figures (220) history (316) immigration (101) iran (207) iraq (214) irs scandal (70) israel/palestine (176) jews (137) language and grammar (157) latin america (113) law (863) leaving the circle: political apostasy (55) liberals and conservatives (570) liberty (407) literary leftists (11) literature and writing (217) me, myself, and i (599) men and women; marriage and divorce and sex (398) middle east (280) military (147) movies (202) music (255) nature (127) neocons (26) new england (127) obama (1,598) pacifism (15) painting, sculpture, photography (74) palin (85) paris and france2 trial (24) people of interest (581) poetry (144) political changers (111) politics (1,316) pop culture (273) press (794) race and racism (334) religion (235) romney (153) ryan (14) science (292) terrorism and terrorists (592) theater and tv (160) therapy (35) trump (256) uncategorized (1,745) vietnam (82) violence (430) war and peace (354) amazon.com widgets monthly archives december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 february 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 july 2007 june 2007 may 2007 april 2007 march 2007 february 2007 january 2007 december 2006 november 2006 october 2006 september 2006 august 2006 july 2006 june 2006 may 2006 april 2006 march 2006 february 2006 january 2006 december 2005 november 2005 october 2005 september 2005 august 2005 july 2005 june 2005 may 2005 april 2005 march 2005 february 2005 january 2005 december 2004 november 2004 october 2004 september 2004 amazon.com widgets blogroll ace (bold) americandigest (writer’s digest) americanthinker (thought full) anchoress (first things first) annalthouse (more than law) atlasshrugs (fearless) augeanstables (historian’s task) baldilocks (outspoken) barcepundit (thebraininspain) beldar (texas lawman) belmontclub (deep thoughts) betsy’spage (teach) bookworm (writingreader) breitbart (big) chicagoboyz (boyz will be) contentions (commentaryblog) danielinvenezuela (against tyranny) deanesmay (conservative liberal) donklephant (political chimera) dr.helen (rights of man) dr.sanity (thinking shrink) dreamstolightening (asher) eddriscoll (market liberal) fausta’sblog (opinionated) gaypatriot (self-explanatory) hadenoughtherapy? 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