“We ask God to bring comfort to those who mourn and peace to every heart that is consumed by hatred, and may he bring peace to our troubled world.”
“The people who gave them safe haven now rule Afghanistan.”
VIDEO: Sept. 11, 2001 was a blur – but everything that happened, happened in a span of minutes. Chuck Scarborough follows the timeline.
“Twenty years later, terrorists still wish us harm. Determination and vigilance are still our duty.”
Pope John Paul II was in his summer residence when he received a call about the tragedy on 9/11 that had just occurred in America. The now saint could not fathom how man could do this evil.
9/11 didn’t end on 9/11
You’d think that Islamist extremists and leftist radicals would have nothing in common. But noted human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali has good reason to believe this is no longer the case. She explains in this eye-opening video.
Photographer Shannon Stapleton has made a career documenting some of the most historic moments of the century, starting with the tragic events of September 11, 2001. But witnessing so much death and despair has come at a cost.
The events of 9/11 are forever etched in the hearts of all Americans. Most of us still remember exactly where we were when it happened. In this episode, Acton’s Director of Communications Eric Kohn sits down with Niels Jorgensen, a retired New York firefighter, who shares his story of what happened at ground zero that day.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani joins Rob Schmitt to discuss the 20th anniversary of the tragic terror attacks which changed the nation and the world forever, as well as how the recent events in Afghanistan will reflect on this day of mourning.
20 years later…World leaders have unashamedly proclaimed the big lie that Islam is a “religion of peace,” including former Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton.
We at the Catholic League have also been called the Taliban, even though, to my knowledge, no one who has worked here has ever walked the streets with a machete or thrown a homosexual off a building.
The First Amendment ensures every American the right to peacefully express their views in the public square free from government intimidation, harassment or favoritism.