This week, Rush Limbaugh visited Normandy, France and toured the scenes of D-Day, the allied invasion of Nazi-held France, 69 years ago today.
No matter how much time passes, that day in history will always be foremost in my mind, when I think of valor and courage and victory over evil. I hope to visit Normandy, and Omaha Beach, before I die. I would like to pay my respects to the American dead, thousands of whom are buried there under white marble crosses and green grass.
Rush describes his impressions and emotions of the visit here.
On the 40th anniversary of D-Day, President Ronald Reagan gave one of his most inspiring speeches at the scene, "The Boys of Pointe Du Hoc." Here it is.
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