9/11

A Vigilant Nation

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A Vigilant Nation

by CONGRESSMAN PETER KING

Five years after the attacks that changed our Nation, America remains on alert.

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A Patient Enemy

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A Patient Enemy

by WALID PHARES

On 9/11, American entered a war that the terrorists had already begun.

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A Challenge that Remains

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A Challenge that Remains

by JAMES M. GASS

Our Nation’s first responders still have trouble communicating among themselves.

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Never Forget

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Never Forget

by JAMES J. LAYCHAK

The Pentagon Memorial broke ground on June 15th. This was a significant day — a day that marked the beginning of construction of the memorial and gave us a view of the finish line, which will be a ceremony to dedicate the completed memorial in the fall of 2008.

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Reforming FEMA

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Reforming FEMA

by CONGRESSMAN DAVE REICHERT

We should focus more on what it does than where it goes.

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Branding America

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Branding America

by LOUIS M. ZICKAR

After nearly five years, we no longer remember all their names. But we remember their faces. And we will never forget their eyes. They are the eyes of killers. They are the eyes of the 19 hijackers who commandeered four planes on September 11, 2001, taking the lives of over 3,000 people and taking us into a war which we continue to fight to this day.

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Karen Hughes’ Challenge

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Karen Hughes’ Challenge

by JOSEPH S. NYE

Since Sept. 11 , 2001, it has become commonplace to say that the United States is engaged in a war of ideas for the hearts and minds of moderate Muslims. Even Donald Rumsfeld has admitted that the metric for measuring success in a war against jihadist terrorism is whether the numbers we kill or deter are greater than the numbers that the jihadists recruit.

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Intell’s Top Cop – Q&A with Mike Rogers

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Intell’s Top Cop – Q&A with Mike Rogers

With the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2011, terrorist attacks upon us, the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee discusses the effort he is leading to keep America secure.

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Intelligence Comeback: Fact or Fiction?

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Intelligence Comeback: Fact or Fiction?

by PETE HOEKSTRA

The former Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Pete Hoekstra, looks at the improvements that have been made in the intelligence community over the past decade.

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Is it Time to Consider a New Approach to Airline Security?

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Is it Time to Consider a New Approach to Airline Security?

by BRIAN MICHAEL JENKINS

Are Americans getting their money’s worth on airline security? This aviation security expert says they are, but that it’s also time to move beyond pat downs and body scans.

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