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9/11: What followed and how it shaped us 12 years later

Just about 12 hours earlier on September 10th, 2001, I was at the old Vallee and Bowe Cadillac dealership in Woodbury, New Jersey, helping a couple take delivery of their brand new Oldsmobile Alero as the nine o’clock hour (ie: closing time) drew close

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Philly2Philly.com September 11 Tribute: 9/11 Photos, Videos, and Slideshows

Today is the 9th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and we are as divided a nation as ever.

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Terry Jones' Koran Burning In Florida Is A Brilliant Marketing Ploy

I was reading Thursday’s Metro, page 6: “Worldwide uproar over Quran burning.” Subtitle: Afghan police on high alert in case protest breaks out. Demonstrators chanting ‘death to America.’ The photo on the page showed a protest already in progress by a large group of Indonesian Muslims and Christians. All of this because Pastor Terry Jones of Gainesville Florida planning to burn a stack of Qurans on the anniversary of September 11th.

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The Ground Zero Mosque Has a Constitutional Right To Be Built

In December 2009, influential American Muslim leader Feisal Abdul Rauf announced plans to build a 15-story community center, the Cordoba House, in downtown Manhattan. The center, which is to include a dedicated prayer space, would be located two blocks from Ground Zero, the site of the September 11, 2001, attacks.

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Philly2Philly Movie Review: Dear John

Dear John is no Notebook. It's no Walk to Remember  either, and that's saying something.

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Weekly Wrap-Up: Snowmageddon in Philly, PA House Healthcare bills, Debra Medina, and Glenn Beck

In spite of the Philadelphia government’s usual awfulness as it pertains to any sort of street clearing capabilities after snowstorms, this past week’s "Snowmageddon", as it’s been called by the mass media (see also: “Snowpocalypse”) has been no match for the city g

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Is It Time to Make 9/11 a National Holiday?

Kramer: What's today? Newman: It's Thursday. Kramer: Really? Feels like Tuesday. Newman: Tuesday has no feel. Monday has a feel, Friday has a feel, Sunday has a feel.... *** Fans of Seinfeld will of course recall this classic exchange. As was the case with most things Seinfeld, this was an example of something we all could relate to. I mean days do have a feel, don’t they? But it’s not just days of the week that have “feels” associated with them.

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Three Cheers For The Day Of Fear

One of the most bizarre mainstream criticisms of President Obama is that he wants to turn America into the U.S.S.R.  

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