LGF has some perspective Three Years On.
Alea iacta est
Two amazing emails from 9/11.
Go, read, remember what was done to us, and how we responded.
Just another wonderful 9/11 post. This time over at Vodka Pundit
I'll keep posting links as I find them
Lawrence F. Kaplan asks "How did fighting terrorism become a Republican cause?"
If you really wish to know what someone thinks about the war on terror, however, that person's opinions about Monica Lewinsky and the Florida recount offer a more reliable guide. Were the cause something other than self-preservation, these cleavages might not mean so much. But when a global war becomes the exclusive property of one political party--and is treated, increasingly, as a touch-me-not by the other party--the whole enterprise risks forfeiting its legitimacy.In addition, Andrew Sullivan writes
[Bush is] currently the only leader in this country who actually gets the depth of our predicament and the need for innovative, enterprising and ruthless action to improve it. The paradox is that the more he succeeds and the more the threat of terror recedes, the more his opponents will take the calm as evidence that nothing much has to be done, that nothing much has been done, that America, by acting, is the real source of world conflict, and that retreat and amnesia are the cure-alls.Yup.