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Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Join us for the 82nd Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Join us for the 82nd Anniversary of the Japanese Attack at Pearl Harbor. The sudden surprise military attack of our U.S. naval base by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service comprised of warplanes, aircraft carriers, destroyers and midget submarines took place on a Sundy morning at 8 am on December 7, 1941.
Managing Board Member Dan Regenold will walk you through the moments of that day for the sailors, the soldiers, the pilots, the diplomats, and the politicians. Learn about the shock that the bombing produced in civilians and the confusion of US commanders. What happened between the Governments of the United States and Japan that could have caused this devastation that ended in the killing of 2,403 men.
Was the attack a repercussion of America’s military buildup in the Philippines, or the ceasing of oil exports to Japan in July 1941. Did President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s foreign policy team miss key signs which might have caused the largest foreign policy misstep in America’s history? Was Roosevelt’s refusal to meet with Japanese Prime Minister Konoye a factor? Learn about the role of General Douglas MacArthur who was named commander of U.S. Army Forces in the Far East! What was America’s response to the attack?
We will watch the military strike unfold blow-by-blow and take place as a complete surprise. And we will also learn about the Japanese and American perspectives of this historical drama. Who in the Government was held accountable after-the-fact for what happened at Pearl Harbor? Tonight, hear the story of Pearl Harbor and the details and what really happened in a way you have never heard it before.
Dan Regenold: Dan first became active in Government in 2003 when he became involved fighting Eminent Domain and helping stop it in Evendale and in Norwood, Ohio. In 2006, he was one of the founders of WeDemandAVote.com which successfully fought and stopped, by ballot initiative, a sales tax increase in Hamilton County, Ohio. Later WeDemand stopped Red Light Cameras in Hamilton County.
Regenold spoke at the CPAC Convention in 2008 to discuss major Grassroots initiative actions across the United States. In 2009, Dan was unsuccessful in his efforts to bring accountability to the Federal Government’s finances with a citizen lead initiative WeDemandABalancedBudget.com (the bill was introduced to the United States Congress). In 2010 Regenold was one of three leaders of the initiative to End Ohio’s Estate Tax which happened in 2011. The Tax Foundation called the repeal of Ohio Estate Tax one of the most important Tax accomplishments of 2011. In 2011 Regenold founded EmpowerUAmerica.org (starting it’s 25th semester in Fall 2022), a Free University offered in the Greater Cincinnati area with the goal of “empowering” citizens.
In 2014, Regenold was one of the leaders of the effort to separate Music Hall from a County Wide Sales Tax which helped the Museum Center renovation get passed by the voters of Hamilton County. Dan has recently concentrated his efforts on the mess of Public Education in Ohio and specifically on topics like School Choice and Critical Race Theory. Similarly, Dan helped led an EmpowerU initiative InGodWeTrustProject.com to teach students about the history of our National Motto.
Dan is a lover of Liberty and enjoys speaking to EmpowerU classes about subjects he is passionate about. Recently he has discussed: Milton Friedman, Saul Alinsky, , D-Day, The Deficit, America, Public Education, Winston Churchill, President Theodore Roosevelt, and Thomas Sowell and Sam Adams at EmpowerU Classes. Regenold is founder and Chairman of FrameUSA.com, a Made-In-America picture frame manufacturing company in Springdale, Ohio.