Smithsonian In-step on 9-11...

Originally posted on December 15, 2005...

In the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History there is a major exhibit housed on the third floor. "The Price of Freedom: Americans at War" chronicling the history of America's military conflicts. The exit to the exhibit is a section about Iraq and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In the corner display hangs a section of twisted steel columns surrounded by large, familiar photos of the attacks that day. The description in front of the display reads "Steel column assembly from the seventieth floor of the World Trade Center's south tower" leading one to believe that this was a sample of the main support steel for the buildings.


kind of weak how they put it

kind of weak how they put it in the Iraq war section though. trying to tie the 2 together yet again.

So true

Yes, right in step with the official line

'The very idea of freedom presupposes some objective moral law which overarches rulers and ruled alike...Unless we return to the crude and nursery-like belief in objective values, we perish.' - C.S. Lewis