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Today is Constitution Day, and if one considers what has happened in the United States since the beginning of the new millennium, it is amazing that the U.S.Constitution still stands. America has been attacked by foreign and domestic enemies again and again. Just last week, Americans remembered the anniversary of the 9/11 tragedies and commemorated Patriot Day to honor those brave men and women who risked their lives for the sake of others on September 11, 2001. And since Americans annually celebrate the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution on September 17th, these two days are forever entwined on the calendar. But there is a deeper significance that binds these two days of remembrance.
Patriot Day commemorates the courageous actions of heroes who served their fellow human beings during an attack upon American soil. Constitution Day commemorates the day the Founders signed the document that became the Law of the Land and created that “American soil.”
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The 9/11 tragedies signify a brutal and deadly attack upon the United States Constitution and our American values. It also was a direct attack upon the world and capitalism as well. Osama bin Laden stated as much. This is why the celebration of Constitution Day is so important now as the attacks on 9/11 were part of an attack on the United States that continues to this day not only from foreign enemies, but also from domestic enemies as well.
It is noteworthy that over the weekend President Donald Trump confirmed that Osama bin Laden‘s son, Hamza bin Laden, had been “killed in a United States counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan/Pakistan region.” The statement is somewhat significant due to the remembrance of the anniversary of the 9/11 tragedies. However, it is unclear when in the past couple of years Hamza bin Laden, a leader of al...
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