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George W. Bush- 9/11 Bullhorn Speech

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This is one of the defining moments of George W. Bush’s Presidency. This is what true leadership is! May God bless America, and may God bless you, President Bush! You were by no means perfect, but your leadership is missed greatly! You united us on this tragic day 11 years ago!  

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911 Is Who Americans Are

We were not white or black, legal or illegal, Jewish, Islam or Christian. We were not the haves or the have-nots, the 1% or the ninety-nine, we weren’t prideful elitists or gun-totin’ rednecks. We were, just, Americans. We honor the thousands who died and the many Americans who have served and are currently serving in our nation’s military—many enlisting as ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

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9/11/12   I’ll talk about this day and what it means to us as Americans. Anyone who has a story to share about how this horrific day changed their life is welcome to call in. Never forget. Never, ever forget. Tonight at 10pm ET, 7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio.

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Romney and Obama Turn Away from Politics on 9/11 Anniversary

Eleven years have passed since the cowardly attacks on the World Trade Center occurred. Today, both Mitt Romney and President Obama are steering clear of politics and remembering the fallen. Neither of the candidates has any political events scheduled for Tuesday, both have pulled all negative advertising for the day and both have issues statements on the tragedy. “On this ...

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9/11 Rememberence [Live Streams]

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Throughout the morning live streams will cover the 9/11 rememberence at Ground Zero in New York City, at the Pentagon and in Shanksville, PA. The event will begin with a ceremonial reading of the names of those lost in the deplorable attacks in September of 2001 and those killed in the car bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. ...

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9/11 As it Happened

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Coverage from several news agencies as the attacks on the World Trade Center happend on 9/11/01.

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9/11 Again? Saudi Arabian Students Are Here

There are currently 65,000 students from Saudi Arabia in the US. That may or may not be well and good. Even if the vast majority of them are, in fact, students, then some number of terrorists, recent history teaches us, have entered this country. For perspective, there are now four times as many Saudi Arabian “students” in the US as ...

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The US Needs to Learn About Fighting Terrorism From Norway

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Sure, that probably sounds insane. How in the world could Norway know anything about fighting terrorism, right? Maybe not. With the recent shooting in Colorado, there has been some mention of the terrorist in Norway that rocked that nation about a year ago. Unlike the U.S., Norway did not pass sweeping legislation, and radically increase security. Their solution was increased ...

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SWAT-ting: A Prank or Dangerous?

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Have you heard of this? SWAT-ting is falsely placing a call to the 9-1-1Operator and reporting a serious crime in progress using another’s name or address. By using new technology the perpetrator is able to make it look like the call is placed from inside the ‘victim’s’ home. The 9-1-1 Operator dispatches an Emergency Response Team, sometimes SWAT (Special Weapons ...

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In My Seat- The Pilot That Should Have Died on September 11

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H/T Patriot Update September 10, 2001: A beautiful New England Day. September 11, 2001: The day that changed America forever. First Officer Steve Scheibner packed his suitcase and waited for the phone call finalizing his assignment to fly American Airlines Flight 11, from Boston to Los Angeles. The call never came. In My Seat recounts the events leading up to ...

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The Cost of Bargaining with Al Qaeda

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Imagine a street in a city in Pakistan. There is a marketplace nearby, and there are women and children going about their daily business, buying food and other goods. The only arguments are between customers and vendors, but they are not mean-spirited – just the typical bargaining on prices. Suddenly, a bomb goes off, and as the smoke clears, the ...

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Ron Paul: Sage Grandfather or Crazy Uncle?

I find myself intrigued with Ron Paul on a regular basis. The man can get up and say some of the most patriotic and sensible things in one sentence and then in the next sentence sound like he just came out of an insane asylum. Paul has great ideas when it comes to fiscal responsibility, spending, freedom, and the Federal ...

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