Ed Driscoll

Lest We Forget

Victor Davis Hanson reminds us how far we’ve come from the dark days (and yes, they were very dark) of 9/11 and its immediate aftermath.

The legacy media won’t tell you how much progress that’s been made, so it’s well, well worth reading the whole thing.

Speaking of never forgetting, Jonathan V. Last has some photos of something I’ve never seen before (naturally) in the legacy media: the spontaneous memorial that survivors and admirers of the brave souls on flight #93 put up in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

I’d like to think that in the coming decades, history will remember one of the most shameful twilight acts of the formerly mainstream media was to play down 9/11 and virtually toss it into the memory hole, in order to benefit their chosen presidential candidate.