Many of the same people chastising Bush’s leadership were among the most vociferous champions of his presidency.
If you prefer safety to freedom, that’s your choice: It’s a free country. But I’m for freedom. That is the essence of America.
Stephen was married, five kids, and he gave it all. Firefighters like Stephen saved thousands of lives that day.
Our ruling class is as hostile to the American way of life as it is to Afghanistan.
We don’t remember much, it seems, or for long.
How the Clinton Administration’s 9/11 coverup is disturbingly similar to the Biden Administration’s lies about his Afghanistan debacle.
An open letter from Debra Burlingame, sister of Capt. Charles F. “Chic” Burlingame, pilot, American flight 77, who died in the attack on the Pentagon, September 11, 2001.
When I think about September 11, I remember the courage of those first responders, those who lost their lives, and America’s strength, resilience, patriotism, and commitment to freedom.
From the perspective of a self-described “hardcore leftist,” the thing we lost after 9/11 was our postmodern escape from reality. Now that it’s back, we are still paying the price.
Thanks to delusional, feckless cowards in Washington, there will be another 9/11 and only those who understand the true lesson of 20 years ago can save us from it.
Twenty years after the jihadist terrorist attacks that redefined our country and triggered a global techno-security system with endless mission creep, we hand our security to the Taliban and China?
This should not simply be a day of remembrance. It is the best time—the right time—for reflection and reassessment, a time to ask and answer the question: What are the right lessons to draw?
What politics forbids, politicians foment—namely, absurdity. The absurdity of uniforms. Absurd uniforms born of uniformity of thought, of Blackshirts and Brownshirts, of jodhpurs and jackboots, […]