September 11th Remembrance Essay Contest
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation announced the winners of the September 11th Essay Contest, which was sponsored in partnership with Palm Beach Gardens Fire-Rescue and the Fire Chiefs Association of Palm Beach County. The winner was Brandon S. Gitto, a freshman at Jupiter Christian School. His essay, “My Life With 9/11,” focused on the death of an uncle he had never met. Brandon was only 4 months old when his Uncle Sal, an executive with Marsh & McLennan, perished in the company’s Twin Towers office. For his efforts Brandon will receive a $500 gift card from The Gardens Mall.
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America to Her Knees, Again: A September 11th Essay on
Vladimir Putin’s September 11th essay in the New York Times is a remarkable document well worthy of analysis in its own right for what it tells us about the thinking processes of its author. Many commentators have concentrated on the essay’s tactical intent, to influence American public opinion on the urgent issue of a potential military attack by their government on Syria now that the ultimate decision of war and peace was put back in the hands of Congress by President Obama.
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