Thursday, September 11, 2008

9/11 Anniversary Links

There are plenty of great articles to read on the 7th anniversary of September 11. I thought I'd just post a list of some of the better reads across the web:

First off, there is a wide variety of posts up at Redstate, all of which are excellent, but here's a taste:

Absentee has a great collection of 9/11 photos.

Jeff Emanuel gives us a great overview of the all-too-ironic New York Times article about William Ayers, unrepentant terrorist and Barack Obama booster, which was published on the day of the WTC attacks.

Dan MacLaughlin recounts his first hand experience of the attack on the World Trace Center.

Over at, Ann Coulter reminds us all of the score in Bush 7, Terrorists 0.

At National Review Online, Cliff May talks about the fact that Arab nations are helping to spread the belief abroad that the U.S. government either planned or directly implemented the attacks as an excuse to wage a new crusade. Victor Davis Hanson and James Robbins both discuss the unfortunate but inevitable consequence of our success in preventing further attacks: complacency.

Michelle Malkin has several incredible posts concerning the 9/11 attacks up on her blog - all worth reading.

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