The March That Didn’t March

I came across this little story by Greg You-Make-me-Want-to-Hurl Gutfeld at Breitbart and had to chuckle. ~~~ I was thinking about the disaster that was the Million Muslim March, and how it might have actually proved its point. Accidentally – of course. It changed its name to the “Million American March Against Fear,” and the only people who showed up on September 11th in D.C, were a handful of creepy truthers and kooky self-promoters. This pathetic event, therefore, showed that there are millions of moderate Muslims in the U.S. Because they didn’t show up. Maybe they, like everyone else, dismissed the march as nutty, negative … Continue reading

New York Journalists Remember 9/11

From The Daily Beast: Twelve years after 9/11, the reporters and anchors who covered the worst tragedy in U.S. history remember it all too well. From holding back tears on screen to watching bodies fall from the towers, here are their stories. On September 11, 2001, people across the globe gathered around their TV’s to watch one of the worst tragedies in U.S. history unfold before their eyes. For viewers, it was unfathomable. For the anchors on the other side of the screen, it was reality. Twelve years later, they can still smell the stench of dust and death, hear … Continue reading

Some 9/11 Thoughts.

Today we observe the worst attack on United States soil since Pearl Harbor. This piece is solely my thoughts, and remembrances of the fateful day in history.   On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was at the Ford Engineering lot in Dearborn, loading 6 test trucks to take up to another Ford testing facility about an hour and a half northeast of Detroit. While I was loading, the fellow I was hauling the units for came up, and said he had heard on the news the World Trade Center had been hit by a plane. He didn’t know … Continue reading

US Congressmen From Texas To Introduce Bill To Over-ride Pentagon on Fort Hood Shooting Victims

From the Examiner: Texas lawmakers are about to introduce the “Honoring the Fort Hood Heroes Act.” (HFHHA) The HFHHA would change the “workplace violence” label the Obama administration put on it and change it to an act of terror. That would give the victims the same benefits any other soldier gets when he is killed or wounded in battle. It’s bad enough when you are victimized by someone who would not have been there if their government wasn’t so inept that they didn’t stop Hassan a full 2 years before the Ft Hood shooting but it’s doubly bad when your country turns it’s back … Continue reading