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On The 20th Anniversary Of Sept. 11, Media Remember They Are The Real Heroes

On The 20th Anniversary Of Sept. 11, Media Remember They Are The Real Heroes

T. Becket Adams Of all the nauseating trends in media, few are so grotesque as the one where the press attempts to make itself the hero of the story. It’s not only narcissistic, but it is also a violation of that journalism principle that says, “Never become the story.” On. Sept. 7, just a few days […]

Remembering The Truly Forgotten, Twenty Years Later

Remembering The Truly Forgotten, Twenty Years Later

Peter C. Earle    There’s a faded silver cup on my bookshelf. If you look closely at it, a faded imprint reads “eSpeed: We Are Markets.” I received it at a securities industry trade show in the summer of 2001 after a friendly conversation with a gentleman at a booth display. On September 11, 2001, […]

Terror Didn’t Win

Terror Didn’t Win

The Times of India The world today may seem no safer than it was 20 years ago when Al Qaeda terrorists brought down the Twin Towers, starting a US-led and US-named global war on terror. Taliban is back. The Washington-based Centre for Strategic and International Studies estimated in 2018 that the number of active terrorist […]

Afghanistan: America’s First Step Out Of Trotsky’s Long Shadow?

Afghanistan: America’s First Step Out Of Trotsky’s Long Shadow?

by Thomas L. Knapp “President Joe Biden continues to humiliate the United States,” Joseph Klein whines at neoconservative rag FrontPageMag, “by letting the Taliban terrorists dictate the terms of his surrender.” Furthermore, writes Klein, “the president is clearly willfully blind to ISIS in Afghanistan being a long-term threat to the American homeland. … Biden has shown […]