The 9/11 Families confront the Marathon Bombing

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, many Americans reflected on September 11th, 2001. That date lives in the minds of everyone, but especially those who were most impacted, the 9/11 families. They spoke with American Thinker about how viewing that tragic bombing conjured up memories of the previous atrocity, and they wondered if Americans actually learned anything from 9/11. Everyone interviewed felt, after seeing the video and hearing reports, that it was a Jihadi attack. They wanted to warn Americans to be prepared, since this is just the beginning. Each family member interviewed was angry and saddened by this tragic event. Debra Burlingame, a co-founder of Keep America Safe and the sister of the pilot whose plane was flown into the Pentagon, emphasized policy issues. "After seeing what happened, I closed my eyes and swallowed hard. Then I thought about two people who should feel vindicated, Congressman Peter King (R-NY) and NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. King was...(Read Full Article)