Patriot Day – Remembering 9/11

On this day we remember the tragic 16th anniversary of 9-11, the deadliest terrorist act in world history.

Per 2015 Census Bureau estimates, about 61.2 million Americans were born in or since 2001. When you add in people who were five or younger, it’s estimated that a quarter of the country do not remember or were not born on Sept 11th, 2001.

With this in mind, we must never forget the nearly 3000 people who lost their life’s on this horrific and tragic day.

It has been fifteen (16) years since September 11, 2001. It is a day seared in our hearts and minds.

Today, we are far from where we thought we would be 16 years after the jihadi attacks of 9/11. America lost two wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we lost thousands of American lives since 9/11. Many have allowed themselves to be lied to about the true nature of the threat without any evidence they care about their ignorance.

Our leaders in both political parties have betrayed us and brought the Republic to a gravely dangerous point in our history. Some say we are on the brink of destruction.

This weekend is meant to remember the dead of September 11, 2001, but it is also a time for Americans to dedicate themselves to defending freedom without apology. It is a time to recall our duties as citizen soldiers, stand in the gap and refuse to surrender one more inch to tyranny and evil.

The cry once again is “Freedom.”

Freedom to speak your mind without concern for whom might be offended.

Freedom to declare the truth about America’s founding as a nation created by God’s divine providence.

Freedom to declare our rights come from God, and no man nor any government nor any tyrannical movement can take them from us.

But Freedom must be fought for. We are at war whether you like it or not, and this fight requires mature adults who understand what is at stake to step up and engage wherever needed.

And our time is short.

May they all continue to rest in peace.