9/11 2001: As we Watched

No matter who was responsible, today is not the day to discuss it. Just remember the horror – but apparently Washington, D.C. does not. ~ Jeffrey Bennett, Editor and Publisher.


Photography by Phil Penman, September 11, 2001


Photography by Phil Penman, September 11, 2001

3 thoughts on “9/11 2001: As we Watched

  1. John W. Slagle

    There are many haunting questions everyone should consider from reported facts to extremely curious events which was of major concern to many experts during and after 911, professional firefighters, explosive construction demolition teams, Law enforcement officers, Immigration agents to intelligence analysts. Allowing Commercial Airline Pilots to be armed after 911 was a nationwide goal. Jeff at the Federal Observer spearheaded the petition drive, and over a year later, July 10, 2002, the House of Representatives finally passed “The Arming Pilots Against Terrorism Act” with a vote of 310 to 113. Our Borders and Special Interest Aliens were still not considered National Security priorities in 2002 and 2003 despite recommendations from the 911 Commission. These were questionable times and universal sadness for the loss of 3,000 innocent lives.


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