Tag Archives: September 11

If your plane has been hijacked….

This saying has been circulating since the election, and I understand the thinking behind it. It also reminds me of the passenger-heroes of Flight 93, who overtook hijackers on their September 11, 2001 flight, forcing the plane to crash in … Continue reading

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The needle hasn’t moved much since last year

This was originally posted last year on September 11. We continue to be a badly broken country in too many ways. No photo today. How we have failed since September 11, 2001 Tonight President Obama will address the nation about … Continue reading

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How we have failed since September 11, 2001

Tonight President Obama will address the nation about ISIS and any actions that we may take in response to the horrific murders of Americans and innocent civilians at the hands of terrorists. Tomorrow there will be an observance in my … Continue reading

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