Wilkow September 2018
September 11 is similar to both Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK, in the sense that everyone of older generations remembers exactly where they were that day, the moment they heard the horrific news. This year does not mark the fifth, tenth, or twentieth anniversary, but 17 years later, it's just as important to pause and remember both the terrorism that our enemies committed and the heroism with which everyday Americans responded to it. One of those heroes was Bernard Kerik, the former police commissioner of New York City, who was on the ground that day. Commissioner Kerik shares his experience from that fateful day.
Sep 11, 2018|19:15