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10 years after, still remember 9-11

Recently, I was reminded of the value of freedom while attending a military retirement ceremony in Washington D.C. Driving down the hill after the ceremony, my soul was stirred as my eyes caught a glimpse of the late-summer sun reflecting across the sea of white-washed stones at the adjacent Arlington National Cemetery — and wondered what it is that defines a person who is willing to give his or her life in exchange for freedom.
As I wrote in an article, “Obama standing on Bush’s shoulders,” written just after Osama bin Laden’s death, it seems like only yesterday ...


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