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Remembering 9/11
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I was remiss in not writing a 9/11 remembrance this year, so I offer, as an admittedly weak alternative, my columns from this site for each of the past two years. From last year, I say that President Bush deserves some thanks. I wrote that as somebody who was sharply criticizing him on other matters while most conservatives were still singing his praises. From two years ago, I say that the “American mind” must recapture its original understanding that we are a nation united by more than divides us, especially the accurate conviction that “We are not aggressors, but defenders of freedom and justice.” God bless America. Actually, God HAS blessed America. May He continue to do so, and may those who have chosen to be our enemies reconsider their hatred and abandon their evil. May they come to understand that our blessings are not a curse on anybody else, but an inspiration. And may our own leaders likewise appreciate that we have nothing for which to apologize, but much for which to be both proud and profoundly grateful.

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