Protest . . .
. . . not me.
Sixty-six years ago, the United States rained hell on Hiroshima. People argue about the necessity of the atomic bomb, and the horrible effect on the civilian population. Unfortunately, the citizen populations of most of the countries in the world were already affected, and none were more responsible for those atrocities than the Japanese Empire. The good Book says something abut sowing and reaping, and this was the crop they gathered.
Activists will mark the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan with a protest near Vandenberg Air Force Base's main gate today. Approximately two dozen people will gather about 1 p.m. in front of the base.
Let them gather. Their right to do so was in no small way guaranteed by that event on August 6, 1945. I will ignore the protests, as I always do, and I will post this photo every year on this day as long as I can punch a keyboard.