Excerpt from New York Post
Written by Post Editorial Board
Fifteen years after the planes hit the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania, many wounds have healed — though some never will, particularly for those whose loved ones’ names are once again read today at Ground Zero.
Yet as many as a quarter of Americans are now too young to remember that grim day. Slowly but inevitably, it’s becoming history that most only know of through books and video — not by having watched the news live.
Yet remembering the attack — and marking it — is vital, not only to honor the nearly 3,000 slain, or because it altered history, but also to never forget the Islamist enemy who remains every bit as hateful and as dangerous.