Category: 9/11

I dread the anniversary of 9/11

I dread the anniversary of 9/11
I dread it because people use the anniversary to rekindle hate. Today is the 16th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and a United Airlines plane crash in rural Pennsylvania. The greatest loss of life was in New York as two fuel laden planes slammed into the twin towers of the... Read more »

Trump and the tinfoil hats

Trump and the tinfoil hats
American politics has always offered a home for those with angry minds. Over the past few years, we have watched the angry minds at work against President Obama, and now, Hillary Clinton. Along comes Donald Trump and he shows the GOP, for better or worse, just how much political leverage can be extracted from the... Read more »

The 9/11 Lawsuit Bill deserves a veto

The 9/11 Lawsuit Bill deserves a veto
“Ready, fire, aim,” should be the motto for Congress. If there are two things Congress does and does well, it’s the two P’s; pander and posture. The latest outrage in the election-year public relations battle victimizes the families and survivors of 9/11 as well as endangers US Citizens abroad, especially members of the US Military.... Read more »
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A legacy of 9/11

A legacy of 9/11
The event itself was one of those defining moments in time for every American. I think all of us can remember exactly where we were the moment we learned of the attacks. TV played the tape of the planes hitting the towers over and over, burning the images into our minds. America fell silent, and... Read more »