As we observe the 10th anniversary of 9/11, most of us can remember where we were when we heard the news. Isn't it amazing that we not only recall the facts about that fateful day but our feelings as well? In Chattanooga, it was a clear, crisp day. My hus
- Sept. 10th, 2011 |
- Comment |
Dennis Graham remembers Sept. 11, 2001, as a crisp, clear day. It was so lovely, in fact, that when he left his downtown Manhattan apartment before 6 a.m., he kept his windows open.
If sanity prevailed, the takeaway message from the hijackings that killed 3,000 of our countrymen 10 years ago today would have been simple: Radical Muslims aren't kidding. When they state with frosty certainty an intent to vaporize us, they mean it.
We were one. Or so it seemed — for a while, at least.
Dallas police Officer Andrew Litz falls frequently and can't walk across the room without help.
- Post-9/11, a security blanket for a wounded nation September 7, 2011
- Obama to the nation: Rekindle post-Sept. 11 unity September 7, 2011