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9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

September 11, 2016
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9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

On the morning of September 11, 2001, pure, unadulterated evil appeared on the door step of the United States of America.  It did not knock; it did not ring the doorbell.  It blasted its way into our history with a depravity of soul unfathomable to the civilized world. Not since the Imperial Navy of...

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11 years on, the evil of 9/11 still alive and well

September 11, 2012
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11 years on, the evil of 9/11 still alive and well

On the 11th day, of September, 11 years ago this morning, humanity was forever veered off course. Its historical timeline eternally charred by the deaths of thousands of innocents who had done nothing more than awake to another day. The Kansas sky was just as blue and crisp as the one over New York,...

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Pearl Harbor remembered through the lens of 9/11

December 7, 2009
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Pearl Harbor remembered through the lens of 9/11

To the thousands of men and women stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii sixty-eight years ago today, it was a Sunday morn not unlike any other. Sunrise at half past six arising over a partly cloudy sky with a moderate breeze lending to slight wind ripples on the water in the bay. It was, by...

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Reflect, respect, pray, persist…..9/11 remembered, eight years on

September 11, 2009
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Reflect, respect, pray, persist…..9/11 remembered, eight years on

Eight years ago I learned of the 9/11 attacks in the same manner as two generations before me learned of Pearl Harbor.  I heard it over the radio. For hours I listened as the reports came in throughout the day.  From the initial speculation of an accident similar to the Empire State Building crash, to the realization we...

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