How It Happened-November 22nd, 1963

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas.  Now tune into CBS to watch coverage as it happened.

 

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What is the White House?

The “White House” is the nick name of the Executive Mansion.  It is the official residence of the President of the United States.  It is also the President’s private residence and where the Presidential family resides.

CNN “reporter” Joe Acosta lost his White House clearance when he acted like an ass at a Presidential press conference.  Even Fox News is one the “Freedom of the Press” band wagon.

 

 

BUT FIRST, A HISTORY LESSON

Until the Truman Administration, American citizens could knock on the White House door and ask to see their President.  This ended with the assassination attempt of November 1, 1950.  This traditional invitation by the President extends back to Washington.

Between 1861 and 1864, records indicate that President Lincoln personally entertained over 2000 callers.  From members of Congress and the Military to ordinary citizens.  Mrs. Lincoln’s relatives alone were a tribe of trouble. Half of them were Confederate sympathizers or Confederate combatants. A letter written by Samuel G. Suddarth is revealing.

“We were conducted up to the Presidents Sanctorm or business room, where to our surprise and gratification all further formality was laid aside. Mr. Lincoln shook us cordially by the hand and received us in so natural and unostentatious a manner, and with that kind of unaffected, plain, and native urbanity, as to dispel all embarrassment, and cause us to feel entirely easy. ” [1]

It is a long held tradition of the White House being the President’s home and people are invited into it “at the pleasure of the President”.

It also means the Presidents can do anything they want in it and to it.  First Ladies have had a free hand to redecorate.  Truman had the whole thing torn down and rebuilt.  A bowling alley was added by Richard Nixon in 1969.  The current “press room” sit atop FDR’s swimming pool.

Bowling at the White House.

They are the final arbiter about who can or can’t be in the White House. During the first term of President Clinton, Hillary’s entire staff did not have security clearances to be in the building.  Yet, they were allowed in “at the pleasure of the President”.

PRESIDENTIAL PRESS CONFERENCES

The first presidential press conference was held by President Woodrow Wilson in March of 1913.  Since then, presidents and their staffs saw them as a primary strategy for explaining their policies.

“I regard it as rather necessary to the carrying on of our republican institution that the people should have a fairly accurate report of what the president is trying to do, and it is for that purpose, of course, that those intimate conferences are held.” [September 14 1926]-President Coolidge

The Press has no Right to be in the White House.

CONCLUSION

It looks like the question of kicking Joe Acosta out of the White House will go to the Supreme Court on the grounds it violates the First Amendment and freedom of the press.

But the White House is the President’s home and by extension America’s home.  If the Supreme Court rules that Acosta and anyone else for that matter can enter the White House over the President’s objection does not bode well for our Rights.

If the President, as the Head of his household can be forced by the courts to allow people in that he doesn’t want there; the Courts can force you to accept unwanted guests as well.

Think about what the Left wants to do with illegal immigrants.

Do not underestimate how smart the Leftists are and their zeal in removing the Constitution.

HAPPY VETERANS DAY

But why today? Today marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the guns fell silent.

Siege gun. Image living in the trenches that this fired on.

THE COST

A Truce was declared and that would lead to the end of the Great War. The war to end all wars. There were 20 million deaths and 21 million wounded. There 1.8 billion people on the planet in 1918. Between 1914 and 1918, 4.5% had been killed or horribly wounded. To put that in perspective, the United States has an unemployment rate of 4.5 percent. Look around you. Think of everyone you know that doesn’t have a job as dead.

For this reason, the politicians and most of the population called the Great War, “The war to end all wars”. It was that horrible.

THE RED POPPY

Gathering poppies.

The remembrance poppy was inspired by the World War I poem “In Flanders Fields”. Its opening lines refer to the many poppies that were the first flowers to grow in the churned-up earth of soldiers’ graves in Flanders, a region of Belgium.

 

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

But it wasn’t was it? World War One was followed by World war Two. That’s what we call them. The veterans of World War Two just called it, “The War”.

369th Infantry Regiment

“Don’t Tread On Me, God Damn, Lets Go”

The 369th Infantry Regiment was first black American infantry regiment to fight in World War I, the 369th spent more time in the trenches and under fire — 191 days — than any other U.S. unit. A National Guard regiment, the 369th recruited out of New York City in large numbers, and German soldiers who witnessed their battlefield prowess quickly dubbed them the Harlem Hellfighters.

TODAY

This country has been at war now for a record 17 years. The current casualty rate is lower that training casualties of the 1980’s. But for the young man, and now young woman today, a fire fight in Kandahar or Iraq is exactly the same for them as it was for their great-great grandfathers when they “went over the top” and charged artillery and massed machine guns fighting for maybe a mile of ground.

So wish everyone a Happy Veterans Day. Where the red poppies. Shake a vet’s hand and thank them for their service. But do so knowing that you will never……never know what it was to go through what they did.


And we did it for you.

 

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