Flight 93 – 9/11 – Memorial Service – Sarah McLachlan – Angel
Today is a day of Remembrance. It is an American day of grief. It is not a day of service. That is for tomorrow. And Grandparents day which was proclaimed by Carter, is being used as a political tool, re: Obama re-declaring it – just a note to the Asshat-in-Chief in the White House. Despicable.
We remember our fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters we lost that day. We grieve beyond the limits of what anyone should ever have to endure in a lifetime. We miss them and love them. We honor them and pray for them.
We are at war. For 10 years we have been at war and it will never end until we overcome radical Islam. Justice has not been served, not yet… But Americans don’t forget and on this, we will never forgive.
In honor of 09/11/2001 and the tenth anniversary today, this post will feature videos and links to those remembering. Never, ever forget. This will be added to and updated throughout the day.
Michelle Malkin: All the wrong 9/11 lessons
Are your kids learning the right lessons about 9/11? Ten years after Osama bin Laden’s henchmen murdered thousands of innocents on American soil, too many children have been spoon-fed the thin gruel of progressive political correctness over the stiff antidote of truth.
“Know your enemy, name your enemy” is a 9/11 message that has gone unheeded. Our immigration and homeland security policies refuse to profile jihadi adherents at foreign consular offices and at our borders. Our military leaders refuse to expunge them from uniformed ranks until it’s too late (see: Fort Hood massacre). The j-word is discouraged in Obama intelligence circles, and the term “Islamic extremism” was removed from the U.S. national security strategy document last year.
Michelle Malkin: Lan astaslem: I will not surrender
See-Dubya: Ten years on at the 9-11 7-11
Michelle Malkin: 10 years ago: My generation’s bloody wake-up call
Mark Steyn: Let’s Roll Over (Hat Tip: BB)
Sultan Knish: Ten Years of War
The Anchoress: 9/11 Anniversary Linkfest
Jake Tapper: How 9/11 Led to Barack Obama
The Anchoress: Remembering Matthew David Garvey, FDNY, USMC
Don Surber: Hope, a few floors at a time
Victor Davis Hanson: 9/11 Mysteries
Ed Morrissey: Patriot Day
Bookworm Room: I remember
Kim Priestap: a round up
Melissa Clouthier: a roundup
Pete Hegseth: The 9/11 Generation, and Our Sons
Trevor Loudon: Rep. Allen West and Friends – 9/11 Memorial
NoisyRoom: A Gaping Hole in the American Heart
Caroline Glick: The war America fights
Cliff Kincaid: Who Was Behind 9-11?
NoisyRoom: The Hate That Never Ended
Atlas Shrugs: Infamy
Atlas Shrugs: THE MIGHTY WHO HAVE FALLEN TODAY IN THE JIHADI WARS
Benjamin Smith: A Beautiful Day: A 9/11 Tribute Poem
Benjamin Smith: A Navy SEAL’s 9/11 Story
Tom Elia: 19 Arrested In ‘Terrorist Plot’
Jihad Watch: A decade out, we’re losing
Error Theory: Muslim consultants LIED to Park Service
The Foundry: Remembering 9/11 – Never Quit
Guy Benson: 9/11/01: Horror
Austin Hill: A Sadly Secularized 9/11
Stella Paul: Obama and Our 9/11 Trauma (Hat Tip: BB)
Judson Phillips: 9/11 The Commemoration for the elites
Judson Phillips: America’s front door
Hat Tip: BB
The Radio Patriot: Observing 9-11 in Deltona, FL
The Radio Patriot: The Tea Party Express 9/11 Event
Gates of Vienna: Local Muslims and the Tenth Anniversary Memorial to 9/11
Gates of Vienna: Nine Eleven is Ten Years Old: The Time That is Given Us
Gateway Pundit: Obama: Let’s Reclaim Post 9-11 Unity …By Working in Soup Kitchens
Gateway Pundit: At 9-11 Ceremony Two Boys Blow a Kiss to Deceased Fathers
The Blaze: Where Glenn Was on 9/11/01: Beck’s Voice of Reason and Public Prayer Calling for Reflection and Clarity for Our Leaders — Rare & Moving On-Air Highlights From the 9/11/01 Glenn Beck Program
The Blaze: 9/11 Anniversary: Scenes From the Day
The Blaze: MARKING 9/11 AROUND THE WORLD
Paul Simon – The Sound of Silence 9-11 Ground Zero
Breitbart.tv: BILL CLINTON’S MASTERFUL SPEECH AT FLIGHT 93 TRIBUTE
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