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Posted by Mark on September 5, 2002

Where’s the Anger
A comparison from the Jerusalem Post between Pearl Harbor a year later, and 9/11/01 a year later.
Here’s a timely quote:
One conclusion, however, is already indisputable. Had it responded to Pearl Harbor as it did to September 11, the US would not have won World War II, and conversely, only by displaying the same selflessness, unity, and determination they showed 60 years ago, can Americans now triumph over terror.

History rarely repeats itself, but for freedom’s sake, Americans must assure that it does.

Much of the answer lies in William Bennett’s book Why We Fight. He makes the case that anger has become politically incorrect, even in a just cause. Worth reading.
William Bennett’s website is worth a look too.

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Posted by Mark on September 5, 2002

The Twin Shadows of Election ‘ 02
What a wonderful analysis of Bush’s decision yesterday to get Congress involved. Here is a corollary to the story from the Boston Globe.

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Posted by Mark on September 5, 2002

Iraqi Connection to The Oklahoma Bombing
Now here’s a scary scenario.

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Posted by Mark on September 5, 2002

Priscilla Owens, Down But Not Out
If you don’t know who she is, and why this story is important, don’t feel bad. The Mainstream media and other Democrats have worked hard to keep this below the radar.

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