(By Zach Drew) How do we judge our greatest enemy? Or the single greatest threat to our national security Foreign or domestic? Is it by the potential damage they can do to us? Possibly the damage they have done to us? Let’s not forget: You can’t win a war until you can identify your enemy, and how do you expect to win a war if you can’t identify the enemy?
We remember Sept. 11, 2001, and the 3,000 people who died that tragic day at the hands of our enemies. It has since lived in infamy as the most lives ever lost on American soil due to a terrorist attack in a single day. It was a horrific day, and it’s hard to imagine anything worse. But I want you to try. Can you even begin to imagine if the entire city was wiped out? READ MORE