Archive for the ‘catastrophic attack’ Category

Eye of the terror storm

September 8, 2007

Victor Davis Hanson
September 8, 2007

Another anniversary of September 11, 2001, is near. It has been nearly six long years since a catastrophic attack on our shores, and we’ve understandably turned to infighting and second-guessing — about everything from Guantanamo to wiretaps.

But this six-year calm, unfortunately, has allowed some Americans to believe “our war on terror” remedy is worse than the original Islamic terrorist disease.

We see this self-recrimination reflected in our current Hollywood fare, which dwells on the evil of American interventions overseas, largely ignoring the courage of our soldiers or the atrocities of jihadists.

Read the rest at: