As I sit over a friend’s house, enjoying the warm weather, the pool and great food, I wanted to take a few minutes just to say ”thank you” to all those serving in our military and those veterans at home who may not be so fortunate as I, who might be sitting home alone remembering their buddies who didn’t come home as they did.
Their sacrifices have not been in vain – even though there is no amount of gratitude that could ever repay to them what they have given: their lives for my freedom.
To their families and loved ones, rest assured that their sacrifice is not remembered only by you but by everyone who cherishes and loves freedom.
It took a few months shy of a decade, but evil was sent a telegram tonight: there is no statute of limitations on mass murderings of Americans and there’s no place on this Earth where you can hide if you do.
Osama bin Laden, the leader of al Qaeda and mastermind of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States and numerous other terrorist attacks on civilians around the globe is dead.
In this latest triumph of light over darkness, the assault on bin Laden’s fortified compound in northern Pakistan by elite U.S. Navy Seals came on the 66th anniversary of the fall of Berlin, the capital of Nazi Germany.