NR Daily: Twenty Years Ago, the World Changed

We are not where we were on 9/10. But we must battle on, violently when necessary, patiently always.
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Twenty Years Ago, the World Changed

We started fighting back on 9/11, when the passengers of Flight 93, realizing what was going on, battled their captors to the death. ...   READ MORE

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