September 11, 2022
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This weekend marks 21 years since Islamic radical terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and would have flown a 4th plane into the Capitol or White House except that passengers on that plane wrestled the controls away from the hijackers and the plane went down in Shanksville, PA. 3000 innocent people were murdered in the space of a few minutes in a cowardly attack that shook the nation more powerfully than anything since Pearl Harbor. One of the reasons the events of that day are seared into the deepest recesses of our souls is that we saw it play out on live television. Some of the images, especially of desperate people jumping from the Towers to escape the fireball of the airliners exploding or the soot-covered people in business attire stumbling away from the collapsing buildings are images we can’t unsee.

We all remember exactly where we were that day and what we were doing when we saw the planes hit. Like the JFK assassination for those of us old enough to remember it, or the Challenger explosion, there are moments in our lives where an event so stunned us that time seemed to stand still and we had to catch our breath from the sheer shock of what our eyes had told us.

In the hours, days, and weeks following 9-11, America was united like I had never witnessed. Flags flew everywhere—on office buildings, residences, and cars. And no one took a knee. Members of Congress from both parties stood together on the Capitol steps and sang a hymn. Churches were filled with people praying. Young men and women put aside their studies or their lives to enlist in the military. America was at war. And we were united.

Here’s what didn’t happen. People didn’t divide among lines of race, gender, political party, or sexual identity. No sane person blamed America or systemic racism or white rage. If we really were a racist, imperialistic, evil country, surely we would have been told that by members of Congress. But we weren’t told that. Because we weren’t an evil country. And let me tell you, we aren’t an evil country now. Imperfect? Sure, but still the best place on God’s green earth.

We’ve allowed America-hating academics and outright Marxists to tell us we’re all racists. We’ve had frightened CEO’s down on their knees apologizing to total strangers for some symbolic repentance of sins they can’t even recall or name. And we’ve watched otherwise responsible corporate boards pretend to be “woke” and demand their employees get instruction in some nutty nonsense called Critical Race Theory that only serves to divide people when there is so much to unite us as people blessed by God to live in a nation where color isn’t what we’re about—character is. That’s the beautiful message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and it’s never been more needed.

9-11 was a slap in our face and it was a rude awakening to the real evil in our world. An ideology that hates America, hates freedom, hates equality for women or people of color is the ideology that attacked us. It remains a threat to our freedom and our way of life. Ultimately, the battle we faced then and the one we still face now is a spiritual battle. Will the Judeo-Christian framework we were built upon remain our foundation, or will we surrender to a fanatic world-view that believes women are property who don’t deserve an education or identity and that killing innocent people for a political cause is okay? Instead of apologizing for America, we ought to unapologetically affirm our love for America. And no better day to do that than a day which reminds us who we really are.

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  • Sara Mills

    09/12/2022 12:55 AM

    I was still working for American Airlines that fateful day,several years before I retired after serving AA for 45 years. I was working in Dalkas\Ft Worth in reservations then. Passengers called telling how they witnessed the planes flying into the Twin Towers in New York and were hysterical as they gave me that account of horror. We all were in complete shock and just hugged one another crying,so difficult believing that our airline was hi-jacked to kill thousands of innocent people. UA93 flew over my home in Pennsylvania and went down just a few minutes from there. We will never forget! It was like being in a nightmare.

  • Amy Stobehill

    09/12/2022 12:36 AM

    Thank you for your thoughtful article on 9-11. My brother in law worked for Rumsfeld; his conference room was ground zero in the pentagon. 20 min before it hit a few extra showed up so they went to another room at the last minute… he’ll tell you it HAD to be an inside job because the entire upper echelon would be gone… I work at a college. Some of the younger students truly do not understand how important is to remember, nor do they think it was a very big deal… then again, their ‘normal’ is so messed up! Oh Jesus, help us remember! Help the younger generations be teachable and hear truth! My 15 year old and his friends too-O King, help them hear and understand, and yearn for truth, justice and the American way! Keep speaking for we the people!! We pray God’s richest blessings on you and your family. Sincerely, Amy Stonehill

  • Ann Guymon

    09/11/2022 11:58 PM

    You are so right in all of your assessment of todays culture that is attacking and dividing us. The WOKE idea is for everyone to think like they think, no exception. I pray for you and your family often.

  • Norma Holmes

    09/11/2022 11:55 PM

    We need to spotlight whi the academics are esop in Ivy League colleges; where did they come from?Marxism has seeped into every major university! How?

  • Evelyn Parsons

    09/11/2022 11:50 PM

    You are spot on with your comments! Sadly our Society today is self-centered and angry! I daily remind myself that God is in control. I pray for understanding every day!

  • Linda Theiss

    09/11/2022 10:57 PM

    I’m shocked that you still believe the 9/11 attacks were the work of terrorists. I didn’t want to face the truth for years. I couldn’t accept the obvious until I saw the overwhelming evidence of an inside job.
    This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.

  • Luci Powell

    09/11/2022 10:20 PM

    You are absolutely correct. America is only as strong as “We the People” are. We have allowed our politicians to dictate our freedoms, instead of following our Constitution that was signed by our forefathers who knew that they were signing their lives away also if we lost. We didn’t then and we won’t now. Today I was remembering 9/11//2011 and yes I remember all those souls whom we lost. I also started to sing the Star Spangled Banner by John Patrick Henry; “Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hail at the twilight’s last gleaming. And rockets red glare those booms bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there…”, and I thought of how all those prisoners on that ship in the bay was in fear, yet was holding on to every word that was sent down to them from the deck “The flag is still there!” And so it went all night, bombardment after bombardment until in the wee hours of dawn, our flag stayed up right, because of Patriots. So here we are again having to fight for our freedom only this time it’s from within, this fight for our freedom, of how we run our own lives. We owe a big debit of gratitude to all those who stood in the gap to keep America Free then and now. Keep on doing and saying it to the world!

  • Debbie Mackey

    09/11/2022 10:14 PM

    I love this so much! Every word is spot on…thank you!

  • Eileen Evans

    09/11/2022 09:31 PM

    Thank you for your beautiful message about America.
    Thank you for honest reporting without lies, and swear words!

  • Matthew Holtsclaw

    09/11/2022 08:13 PM

    My Brother in Christ, I thank you for the love and encouragement you share each and every day. I remember 9/11, I was 24 years young. I thought I had hold of the world by the tail. But that day shook me to the core. I remember being in church the very next Sunday, worshipping and thanking God for His care and forgiveness. We have had 21 years since that momentous day. And I'm saddened how quickly we have forgotten what God did for us and how this One Nation under God came together and put aside our differences to Unite as One People in Love for our Country and each other. I pray God will help us rekindle that Love in our hearts and stop believing the lies of the enemy. I surely do not want God to shake us again like He allowed before, lime He did with Nehemiah in the days of old.
    God bless you my friend and God bless America!!

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September 11, 2022
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This weekend marks 21 years since Islamic radical terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and would have flown a 4th plane into the Capitol or White House except that passengers on that plane wrestled the controls away from the hijackers and the plane went down in Shanksville, PA. 3000 innocent people were murdered in the space of a few minutes in a cowardly attack that shook the nation more powerfully than anything since Pearl Harbor. One of the reasons the events of that day are seared into the deepest recesses of our souls is that we saw it play out on live television. Some of the images, especially of desperate people jumping from the Towers to escape the fireball of the airliners exploding or the soot-covered people in business attire stumbling away from the collapsing buildings are images we can’t unsee.

We all remember exactly where we were that day and what we were doing when we saw the planes hit. Like the JFK assassination for those of us old enough to remember it, or the Challenger explosion, there are moments in our lives where an event so stunned us that time seemed to stand still and we had to catch our breath from the sheer shock of what our eyes had told us.

In the hours, days, and weeks following 9-11, America was united like I had never witnessed. Flags flew everywhere—on office buildings, residences, and cars. And no one took a knee. Members of Congress from both parties stood together on the Capitol steps and sang a hymn. Churches were filled with people praying. Young men and women put aside their studies or their lives to enlist in the military. America was at war. And we were united.

Here’s what didn’t happen. People didn’t divide among lines of race, gender, political party, or sexual identity. No sane person blamed America or systemic racism or white rage. If we really were a racist, imperialistic, evil country, surely we would have been told that by members of Congress. But we weren’t told that. Because we weren’t an evil country. And let me tell you, we aren’t an evil country now. Imperfect? Sure, but still the best place on God’s green earth.

We’ve allowed America-hating academics and outright Marxists to tell us we’re all racists. We’ve had frightened CEO’s down on their knees apologizing to total strangers for some symbolic repentance of sins they can’t even recall or name. And we’ve watched otherwise responsible corporate boards pretend to be “woke” and demand their employees get instruction in some nutty nonsense called Critical Race Theory that only serves to divide people when there is so much to unite us as people blessed by God to live in a nation where color isn’t what we’re about—character is. That’s the beautiful message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and it’s never been more needed.

9-11 was a slap in our face and it was a rude awakening to the real evil in our world. An ideology that hates America, hates freedom, hates equality for women or people of color is the ideology that attacked us. It remains a threat to our freedom and our way of life. Ultimately, the battle we faced then and the one we still face now is a spiritual battle. Will the Judeo-Christian framework we were built upon remain our foundation, or will we surrender to a fanatic world-view that believes women are property who don’t deserve an education or identity and that killing innocent people for a political cause is okay? Instead of apologizing for America, we ought to unapologetically affirm our love for America. And no better day to do that than a day which reminds us who we really are.

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  • Sara Mills

    09/12/2022 12:55 AM

    I was still working for American Airlines that fateful day,several years before I retired after serving AA for 45 years. I was working in Dalkas\Ft Worth in reservations then. Passengers called telling how they witnessed the planes flying into the Twin Towers in New York and were hysterical as they gave me that account of horror. We all were in complete shock and just hugged one another crying,so difficult believing that our airline was hi-jacked to kill thousands of innocent people. UA93 flew over my home in Pennsylvania and went down just a few minutes from there. We will never forget! It was like being in a nightmare.

  • Amy Stobehill

    09/12/2022 12:36 AM

    Thank you for your thoughtful article on 9-11. My brother in law worked for Rumsfeld; his conference room was ground zero in the pentagon. 20 min before it hit a few extra showed up so they went to another room at the last minute… he’ll tell you it HAD to be an inside job because the entire upper echelon would be gone… I work at a college. Some of the younger students truly do not understand how important is to remember, nor do they think it was a very big deal… then again, their ‘normal’ is so messed up! Oh Jesus, help us remember! Help the younger generations be teachable and hear truth! My 15 year old and his friends too-O King, help them hear and understand, and yearn for truth, justice and the American way! Keep speaking for we the people!! We pray God’s richest blessings on you and your family. Sincerely, Amy Stonehill

  • Ann Guymon

    09/11/2022 11:58 PM

    You are so right in all of your assessment of todays culture that is attacking and dividing us. The WOKE idea is for everyone to think like they think, no exception. I pray for you and your family often.

  • Norma Holmes

    09/11/2022 11:55 PM

    We need to spotlight whi the academics are esop in Ivy League colleges; where did they come from?Marxism has seeped into every major university! How?

  • Evelyn Parsons

    09/11/2022 11:50 PM

    You are spot on with your comments! Sadly our Society today is self-centered and angry! I daily remind myself that God is in control. I pray for understanding every day!

  • Linda Theiss

    09/11/2022 10:57 PM

    I’m shocked that you still believe the 9/11 attacks were the work of terrorists. I didn’t want to face the truth for years. I couldn’t accept the obvious until I saw the overwhelming evidence of an inside job.
    This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.

  • Luci Powell

    09/11/2022 10:20 PM

    You are absolutely correct. America is only as strong as “We the People” are. We have allowed our politicians to dictate our freedoms, instead of following our Constitution that was signed by our forefathers who knew that they were signing their lives away also if we lost. We didn’t then and we won’t now. Today I was remembering 9/11//2011 and yes I remember all those souls whom we lost. I also started to sing the Star Spangled Banner by John Patrick Henry; “Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hail at the twilight’s last gleaming. And rockets red glare those booms bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there…”, and I thought of how all those prisoners on that ship in the bay was in fear, yet was holding on to every word that was sent down to them from the deck “The flag is still there!” And so it went all night, bombardment after bombardment until in the wee hours of dawn, our flag stayed up right, because of Patriots. So here we are again having to fight for our freedom only this time it’s from within, this fight for our freedom, of how we run our own lives. We owe a big debit of gratitude to all those who stood in the gap to keep America Free then and now. Keep on doing and saying it to the world!

  • Debbie Mackey

    09/11/2022 10:14 PM

    I love this so much! Every word is spot on…thank you!

  • Eileen Evans

    09/11/2022 09:31 PM

    Thank you for your beautiful message about America.
    Thank you for honest reporting without lies, and swear words!

  • Matthew Holtsclaw

    09/11/2022 08:13 PM

    My Brother in Christ, I thank you for the love and encouragement you share each and every day. I remember 9/11, I was 24 years young. I thought I had hold of the world by the tail. But that day shook me to the core. I remember being in church the very next Sunday, worshipping and thanking God for His care and forgiveness. We have had 21 years since that momentous day. And I'm saddened how quickly we have forgotten what God did for us and how this One Nation under God came together and put aside our differences to Unite as One People in Love for our Country and each other. I pray God will help us rekindle that Love in our hearts and stop believing the lies of the enemy. I surely do not want God to shake us again like He allowed before, lime He did with Nehemiah in the days of old.
    God bless you my friend and God bless America!!

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September 11, 2022
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This weekend marks 21 years since Islamic radical terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and would have flown a 4th plane into the Capitol or White House except that passengers on that plane wrestled the controls away from the hijackers and the plane went down in Shanksville, PA. 3000 innocent people were murdered in the space of a few minutes in a cowardly attack that shook the nation more powerfully than anything since Pearl Harbor. One of the reasons the events of that day are seared into the deepest recesses of our souls is that we saw it play out on live television. Some of the images, especially of desperate people jumping from the Towers to escape the fireball of the airliners exploding or the soot-covered people in business attire stumbling away from the collapsing buildings are images we can’t unsee.

We all remember exactly where we were that day and what we were doing when we saw the planes hit. Like the JFK assassination for those of us old enough to remember it, or the Challenger explosion, there are moments in our lives where an event so stunned us that time seemed to stand still and we had to catch our breath from the sheer shock of what our eyes had told us.

In the hours, days, and weeks following 9-11, America was united like I had never witnessed. Flags flew everywhere—on office buildings, residences, and cars. And no one took a knee. Members of Congress from both parties stood together on the Capitol steps and sang a hymn. Churches were filled with people praying. Young men and women put aside their studies or their lives to enlist in the military. America was at war. And we were united.

Here’s what didn’t happen. People didn’t divide among lines of race, gender, political party, or sexual identity. No sane person blamed America or systemic racism or white rage. If we really were a racist, imperialistic, evil country, surely we would have been told that by members of Congress. But we weren’t told that. Because we weren’t an evil country. And let me tell you, we aren’t an evil country now. Imperfect? Sure, but still the best place on God’s green earth.

We’ve allowed America-hating academics and outright Marxists to tell us we’re all racists. We’ve had frightened CEO’s down on their knees apologizing to total strangers for some symbolic repentance of sins they can’t even recall or name. And we’ve watched otherwise responsible corporate boards pretend to be “woke” and demand their employees get instruction in some nutty nonsense called Critical Race Theory that only serves to divide people when there is so much to unite us as people blessed by God to live in a nation where color isn’t what we’re about—character is. That’s the beautiful message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and it’s never been more needed.

9-11 was a slap in our face and it was a rude awakening to the real evil in our world. An ideology that hates America, hates freedom, hates equality for women or people of color is the ideology that attacked us. It remains a threat to our freedom and our way of life. Ultimately, the battle we faced then and the one we still face now is a spiritual battle. Will the Judeo-Christian framework we were built upon remain our foundation, or will we surrender to a fanatic world-view that believes women are property who don’t deserve an education or identity and that killing innocent people for a political cause is okay? Instead of apologizing for America, we ought to unapologetically affirm our love for America. And no better day to do that than a day which reminds us who we really are.

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  • Sara Mills

    09/12/2022 12:55 AM

    I was still working for American Airlines that fateful day,several years before I retired after serving AA for 45 years. I was working in Dalkas\Ft Worth in reservations then. Passengers called telling how they witnessed the planes flying into the Twin Towers in New York and were hysterical as they gave me that account of horror. We all were in complete shock and just hugged one another crying,so difficult believing that our airline was hi-jacked to kill thousands of innocent people. UA93 flew over my home in Pennsylvania and went down just a few minutes from there. We will never forget! It was like being in a nightmare.

  • Amy Stobehill

    09/12/2022 12:36 AM

    Thank you for your thoughtful article on 9-11. My brother in law worked for Rumsfeld; his conference room was ground zero in the pentagon. 20 min before it hit a few extra showed up so they went to another room at the last minute… he’ll tell you it HAD to be an inside job because the entire upper echelon would be gone… I work at a college. Some of the younger students truly do not understand how important is to remember, nor do they think it was a very big deal… then again, their ‘normal’ is so messed up! Oh Jesus, help us remember! Help the younger generations be teachable and hear truth! My 15 year old and his friends too-O King, help them hear and understand, and yearn for truth, justice and the American way! Keep speaking for we the people!! We pray God’s richest blessings on you and your family. Sincerely, Amy Stonehill

  • Ann Guymon

    09/11/2022 11:58 PM

    You are so right in all of your assessment of todays culture that is attacking and dividing us. The WOKE idea is for everyone to think like they think, no exception. I pray for you and your family often.

  • Norma Holmes

    09/11/2022 11:55 PM

    We need to spotlight whi the academics are esop in Ivy League colleges; where did they come from?Marxism has seeped into every major university! How?

  • Evelyn Parsons

    09/11/2022 11:50 PM

    You are spot on with your comments! Sadly our Society today is self-centered and angry! I daily remind myself that God is in control. I pray for understanding every day!

  • Linda Theiss

    09/11/2022 10:57 PM

    I’m shocked that you still believe the 9/11 attacks were the work of terrorists. I didn’t want to face the truth for years. I couldn’t accept the obvious until I saw the overwhelming evidence of an inside job.
    This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.

  • Luci Powell

    09/11/2022 10:20 PM

    You are absolutely correct. America is only as strong as “We the People” are. We have allowed our politicians to dictate our freedoms, instead of following our Constitution that was signed by our forefathers who knew that they were signing their lives away also if we lost. We didn’t then and we won’t now. Today I was remembering 9/11//2011 and yes I remember all those souls whom we lost. I also started to sing the Star Spangled Banner by John Patrick Henry; “Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hail at the twilight’s last gleaming. And rockets red glare those booms bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there…”, and I thought of how all those prisoners on that ship in the bay was in fear, yet was holding on to every word that was sent down to them from the deck “The flag is still there!” And so it went all night, bombardment after bombardment until in the wee hours of dawn, our flag stayed up right, because of Patriots. So here we are again having to fight for our freedom only this time it’s from within, this fight for our freedom, of how we run our own lives. We owe a big debit of gratitude to all those who stood in the gap to keep America Free then and now. Keep on doing and saying it to the world!

  • Debbie Mackey

    09/11/2022 10:14 PM

    I love this so much! Every word is spot on…thank you!

  • Eileen Evans

    09/11/2022 09:31 PM

    Thank you for your beautiful message about America.
    Thank you for honest reporting without lies, and swear words!

  • Matthew Holtsclaw

    09/11/2022 08:13 PM

    My Brother in Christ, I thank you for the love and encouragement you share each and every day. I remember 9/11, I was 24 years young. I thought I had hold of the world by the tail. But that day shook me to the core. I remember being in church the very next Sunday, worshipping and thanking God for His care and forgiveness. We have had 21 years since that momentous day. And I'm saddened how quickly we have forgotten what God did for us and how this One Nation under God came together and put aside our differences to Unite as One People in Love for our Country and each other. I pray God will help us rekindle that Love in our hearts and stop believing the lies of the enemy. I surely do not want God to shake us again like He allowed before, lime He did with Nehemiah in the days of old.
    God bless you my friend and God bless America!!

September 11, 2022
|

This weekend marks 21 years since Islamic radical terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and would have flown a 4th plane into the Capitol or White House except that passengers on that plane wrestled the controls away from the hijackers and the plane went down in Shanksville, PA. 3000 innocent people were murdered in the space of a few minutes in a cowardly attack that shook the nation more powerfully than anything since Pearl Harbor. One of the reasons the events of that day are seared into the deepest recesses of our souls is that we saw it play out on live television. Some of the images, especially of desperate people jumping from the Towers to escape the fireball of the airliners exploding or the soot-covered people in business attire stumbling away from the collapsing buildings are images we can’t unsee.

We all remember exactly where we were that day and what we were doing when we saw the planes hit. Like the JFK assassination for those of us old enough to remember it, or the Challenger explosion, there are moments in our lives where an event so stunned us that time seemed to stand still and we had to catch our breath from the sheer shock of what our eyes had told us.

In the hours, days, and weeks following 9-11, America was united like I had never witnessed. Flags flew everywhere—on office buildings, residences, and cars. And no one took a knee. Members of Congress from both parties stood together on the Capitol steps and sang a hymn. Churches were filled with people praying. Young men and women put aside their studies or their lives to enlist in the military. America was at war. And we were united.

Here’s what didn’t happen. People didn’t divide among lines of race, gender, political party, or sexual identity. No sane person blamed America or systemic racism or white rage. If we really were a racist, imperialistic, evil country, surely we would have been told that by members of Congress. But we weren’t told that. Because we weren’t an evil country. And let me tell you, we aren’t an evil country now. Imperfect? Sure, but still the best place on God’s green earth.

We’ve allowed America-hating academics and outright Marxists to tell us we’re all racists. We’ve had frightened CEO’s down on their knees apologizing to total strangers for some symbolic repentance of sins they can’t even recall or name. And we’ve watched otherwise responsible corporate boards pretend to be “woke” and demand their employees get instruction in some nutty nonsense called Critical Race Theory that only serves to divide people when there is so much to unite us as people blessed by God to live in a nation where color isn’t what we’re about—character is. That’s the beautiful message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and it’s never been more needed.

9-11 was a slap in our face and it was a rude awakening to the real evil in our world. An ideology that hates America, hates freedom, hates equality for women or people of color is the ideology that attacked us. It remains a threat to our freedom and our way of life. Ultimately, the battle we faced then and the one we still face now is a spiritual battle. Will the Judeo-Christian framework we were built upon remain our foundation, or will we surrender to a fanatic world-view that believes women are property who don’t deserve an education or identity and that killing innocent people for a political cause is okay? Instead of apologizing for America, we ought to unapologetically affirm our love for America. And no better day to do that than a day which reminds us who we really are.

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  • Sara Mills

    09/12/2022 12:55 AM

    I was still working for American Airlines that fateful day,several years before I retired after serving AA for 45 years. I was working in Dalkas\Ft Worth in reservations then. Passengers called telling how they witnessed the planes flying into the Twin Towers in New York and were hysterical as they gave me that account of horror. We all were in complete shock and just hugged one another crying,so difficult believing that our airline was hi-jacked to kill thousands of innocent people. UA93 flew over my home in Pennsylvania and went down just a few minutes from there. We will never forget! It was like being in a nightmare.

  • Amy Stobehill

    09/12/2022 12:36 AM

    Thank you for your thoughtful article on 9-11. My brother in law worked for Rumsfeld; his conference room was ground zero in the pentagon. 20 min before it hit a few extra showed up so they went to another room at the last minute… he’ll tell you it HAD to be an inside job because the entire upper echelon would be gone… I work at a college. Some of the younger students truly do not understand how important is to remember, nor do they think it was a very big deal… then again, their ‘normal’ is so messed up! Oh Jesus, help us remember! Help the younger generations be teachable and hear truth! My 15 year old and his friends too-O King, help them hear and understand, and yearn for truth, justice and the American way! Keep speaking for we the people!! We pray God’s richest blessings on you and your family. Sincerely, Amy Stonehill

  • Ann Guymon

    09/11/2022 11:58 PM

    You are so right in all of your assessment of todays culture that is attacking and dividing us. The WOKE idea is for everyone to think like they think, no exception. I pray for you and your family often.

  • Norma Holmes

    09/11/2022 11:55 PM

    We need to spotlight whi the academics are esop in Ivy League colleges; where did they come from?Marxism has seeped into every major university! How?

  • Evelyn Parsons

    09/11/2022 11:50 PM

    You are spot on with your comments! Sadly our Society today is self-centered and angry! I daily remind myself that God is in control. I pray for understanding every day!

  • Linda Theiss

    09/11/2022 10:57 PM

    I’m shocked that you still believe the 9/11 attacks were the work of terrorists. I didn’t want to face the truth for years. I couldn’t accept the obvious until I saw the overwhelming evidence of an inside job.
    This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.

  • Luci Powell

    09/11/2022 10:20 PM

    You are absolutely correct. America is only as strong as “We the People” are. We have allowed our politicians to dictate our freedoms, instead of following our Constitution that was signed by our forefathers who knew that they were signing their lives away also if we lost. We didn’t then and we won’t now. Today I was remembering 9/11//2011 and yes I remember all those souls whom we lost. I also started to sing the Star Spangled Banner by John Patrick Henry; “Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hail at the twilight’s last gleaming. And rockets red glare those booms bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there…”, and I thought of how all those prisoners on that ship in the bay was in fear, yet was holding on to every word that was sent down to them from the deck “The flag is still there!” And so it went all night, bombardment after bombardment until in the wee hours of dawn, our flag stayed up right, because of Patriots. So here we are again having to fight for our freedom only this time it’s from within, this fight for our freedom, of how we run our own lives. We owe a big debit of gratitude to all those who stood in the gap to keep America Free then and now. Keep on doing and saying it to the world!

  • Debbie Mackey

    09/11/2022 10:14 PM

    I love this so much! Every word is spot on…thank you!

  • Eileen Evans

    09/11/2022 09:31 PM

    Thank you for your beautiful message about America.
    Thank you for honest reporting without lies, and swear words!

  • Matthew Holtsclaw

    09/11/2022 08:13 PM

    My Brother in Christ, I thank you for the love and encouragement you share each and every day. I remember 9/11, I was 24 years young. I thought I had hold of the world by the tail. But that day shook me to the core. I remember being in church the very next Sunday, worshipping and thanking God for His care and forgiveness. We have had 21 years since that momentous day. And I'm saddened how quickly we have forgotten what God did for us and how this One Nation under God came together and put aside our differences to Unite as One People in Love for our Country and each other. I pray God will help us rekindle that Love in our hearts and stop believing the lies of the enemy. I surely do not want God to shake us again like He allowed before, lime He did with Nehemiah in the days of old.
    God bless you my friend and God bless America!!

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