Not to be missed: Bill Whittle’s latest and greatest Firewall. Everything you wanted to know about those mean, nasty, evil, really not very nice Republikkkans, but were afraid to ask:
I’ve posted my own 9/11 reflections here.
Following are links to some of the most stirring writing I’ve seen today. I’ll continue adding to this list as I go.
Never forget. Never submit.
This YouTube video should make every decent person sick: Counter-demonstrators forced to disperse, while Islamic Supremacists holding signs that call for “Jihad” and declaring “Islam Will Dominate the World” freely spew their rage and burn our flag outside the U.S. embassy in London on 9/11/2011:
James Delingpole commented on this at Ricochet, in: “Western Civilization to barbarians: ‘Please. Come right in. The gates are wide open…’
9/11 is now “National Grandparents Day”! No, really.
Dana Loesch: “My 9/11 Awakening”
Sundries Shack: “9/11, The New Tet”
@bapartofmylife: “9/11 is a Day of Mourning”
Perfection Under a Red Umbrella: “10 Years Later, Ground Zero & The Pentagon, Hallowed Ground of Flight 93”
All I could remember was how happy Joe always was and how that cheer was infectious to all of his friends and colleagues. I would miss that cheerful influence on me. Joe had made the choice to live life to the fullest extent possible. He was the model of the optimistic American who knows no frontiers and no bounds. He was doing more than his fair share of contributing to a better society.
Mark Steyn: From “Let’s Roll” to “Let’s Roll Over”
And so we commemorate an act of war as a “tragic event,” and we retreat to equivocation, cultural self-loathing, and utterly fraudulent misrepresentation about the events of the day.
Larry O’Connor: “9/11 Was Declaration of War”
Andrew Klavan: “When Hollywood Hit Rock Bottom”
John Nolte at Big Hollywood: “September 11th: My Thanks to Joel Surnow and His Fellow Hollywood Subversives”
James Lileks: The Lake and the Sky