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9/11 – Never Forget – Never Quit – We Remain Free!

September 10, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

“We Will Never Forget” A day that will live in infamy indeed!

The face of evil- supported by an evil ideology- and an evil network- showed itself that day, and they may have struck us but they did not beat us. They took innocent lives, they maimed and injured and left scars, they knocked down our buildings, and they harmed our economy, but –


Over 3000 days now – since we lost over 3000 people – and no doubt we have shed over 3000 tears – said over 3000 prayers – and have stated our resolve over 3000 times in one way or another. On this 10th anniversary of that fateful day where we continue to face a monumental struggle of humankind, of good vs evil, let us remember all such things, and let us proclaim that this shall not be just a day of mourning and remembrance, but also a day of celebration in spite of those dark forces, and that those perished that day – and in the ensuing conflicts since – have not done so in vain. Yes, there is much to celebrate; the lives that were lived by those who perished, the survival of those who did not, the families and friends of survivors who have found strength from their loss and have done wonderful things for their communities through that strength, and the heroes – so many heroes – countless heroes. And yet there is one more thing to celebrate, as stated, our freedom; that they could not take away, that we continue to be a free people and a beacon of liberty for the world, and that though our lives may have been disrupted, they were not taken over, that we rightfully refuse to run for hills, and that we do not live in fear but rather with resolve and vigilance, that this thing shall be overcome, and goodness shall prevail.

May God justly bless each and every one of you, and may you please share in just a few of the 1000′s of tributes, memorials, and events being held -all in their own unique ways- from “sea to shining sea” this coming 9/11 weekend.

Find out how communities around the U.S. will be honoring the victims of the 9/11 attacks. More »

The National Anthem- 9/11/01

Also Thumbnail 911 Memorial -St Pauls London- US Anthem, a tribute from our friends, our ally, Great Britain.

Watching our British cousins sing our national anthem in honor of the US and those who died on September 11th is a very humbling thing, indeed. Said one American Soldier, “Beautiful version of the National Anthem….The British are some of the classiest people on Earth. God Bless America! God Bless Great Britain!”

9 11 tribute LETS ROLL (“KEEPING FREEDOM ALIVE”) by Fred McLeod

9 11 – Tenth Anniversary Approaches

Adrian Morgan, The Editor

Family Security Matters announces a new video to commemorate the upcoming
anniversary of 9 11, and we invite readers to submit their own personal
opinions of 9 11…

How the Hijackers Changed American Culture

by David P. Goldman – In the 1960s, Americans thought they understood what they most feared; today they appear to fear most what they cannot understand…

Why It’s not Smart to Challenge Americans

by Michael Ledeen – Osama bin Laden believed that 9/11 would bring us down, but instead it took us to a war that defeated him…

Those Post-9/11 -isms and -ologies: A Look Back at a Decade

by Victor Davis Hanson – Most of us could no longer watch the tape of those jumping off the World Trade Center, calibrating in extremis whether it was worse to implode on the concrete or be incinerated in their offices…

Pajamas Media — Ten Years After 9/11

by Roger L Simon – The most cataclysmic public event of my life led inexorably to the founding of Pajamas Media and ultimately PJTV.

9/11 Special Coverage

All Day Sunday: Ten years later we remember. Join us for stirring stories and touching tributes. Plus, a look ahead as America rebuilds!

9/11 Remembered

9/11 Remembered

Yahoo! joins communities across the U.S. in honoring the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11.

Events to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11

Viewing guide to 9/11 anniversary events on TV

Communities across U.S. to honor 9/11 anniversary

By Chris Wilson | The Upshot – Wed, Aug 3, 2011

[ABOUT THE UPSHOT: The Upshot will host 9/11 content leading up to the 10-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. You can find the usual Upshot content in the other blogs on Yahoo! News

Remembering 9/11: We want to hear from you The Upshot

Yahoo! wants you to share how you’ve changed since the tragic events of Sept. 11.

For every story accepted a $10 donation will be made to the 911 memorial fund.

On Sept. 11, 2011, business as usual at Yahoo! will pause for a Digital Moment of Silence to honor those killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. At 8:46 a.m. ET, the moment the first plane crashed into the World Trade Center, normal service on the site will cease for one minute. During that time, Yahoo! will encourage visitors to reflect on the victims of the attack and to share their own stories about how 9/11 affected them. Visitors will also have the opportunity to donate to the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.

Communities across the country will also be honoring those who were lost in the tragedy. Below is a list of how some areas plan to remember the fallen. If your city, town, neighborhood, or civic group is planning to hold a ceremony or a moment of silence to honor the day, share it with us.

New York City: The 9/11 Memorial will officially open on Sept. 11 with a ceremony for victims’ families at Ground Zero. The Memorial will then open to the public on the next day for visitors who reserved passes in advance. On Sept. 10, Community Board 1 will hold Hands Across Lower Manhattan, an event on the West Side Waterfront.

Washington, D.C.: Those who died in the attack at the Pentagon will be honored at a ceremony of 700 people, including family members of the deceased and members of the military. It will take place at the Pentagon Memorial, which opened in 2008.

Shanksville, Pa.: A commemorative service to honor those who died on Flight 93 will take place at 9:30 a.m. ET on Sept. 11 at the Memorial Plaza. Musical tributes, wreath layings, and additional activities will continue throughout the afternoon.

Share your 9/11 memories with us on Twitter#911remembered

9/11 Video

President George W. Bush was informed by his chief of staff Andrew Card of the attacks on the World Trade Center during a school reading event in Sarasota, Florida. Ten years later, one of the kids who was there in that class, Chantal Guerrero, told Time magazine that to this day she’s grateful that Bush — obviously profoundly upset about something that Card had told him — maintained his composure and stayed with the students until the book was finished…
Sept. 11, 2001 Flashback-the Words of a Faithful & Resolute Leader:

A memorial to 9/11′s youngest victims. This is a heartwrenching memorial yet must be watched for we must always remember and never forget!



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