Last Sunday was the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, a day when nearly 3,000 persons lost their lives in senseless acts of terrorism.
The generation that remembers what they were doing when they heard of the attack on Pearl Harbor is leaving us. Those of us who remember where we were when we heard that President Kennedy had been shot are getting on in years. But most Americans easily recall what they were doing on that ordinary day when almost everything we took for granted was lost. Continue reading