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Ashton Christopher Kerr "When I think back to September 11, 2001, one image sticks with me more than any other. From the top of the Twin Towers, people fell to their deaths. Many jumped to escape the flames. But in the midst of that horrible day, there were pairs of people Read more ...
who held each other's hands, and jumped together. We don't know if they were couples, if they knew each other or were total strangers. But in that terrible moment, someone reached out to another and took their hand. They were saying, "You are not alone. I will face this with you. I will be with you to the very end. I will die with you." And that's what Jesus said to us from that cross. Jesus declared to the world, You do not face life and death on your own. I will share your humanity and mortality. I will face death with you." -Al Hsu
8 hours ago
Andrew B Sheets [WATCH] Family Guy Just Made a Jab at Obama and it was AWESOME! viralsurvival.com What have 3 of America's worst days been according to Peter? 1) The day the challenger exploded 2) September 11, 2001 3) The day Obama was elected I could not agree mo Read more ...
re. How about you...
[WATCH] Family Guy Just Made a Jab at Obama and it was AWESOME!
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What have 3 of America's worst days been according to Peter? 1) The day the challenger exploded 2) September 11, 2001 3) The day Obama was elected I could not agree more. How about you?
9 hours ago
Hon Ojosu Sunday Oludotun I remembered September 11, 2001, when planes were hijacked in the United States of America which was masterminded by the founder of Al- Qaeda of which thousands of lives and properties were destroyed. The whole nation stood to condemn this act of wan Read more ...
ton destruction of human lives which has never happened before in the USA. It jolted the whole world in general except the leftist who saw nothing wrong in the scenario. The two major political parties i.e. The Republican and Democrats put politics apart and they jointly see this as a national invasion, aggression and shame to entire citizenry. They in one voice strove that this is a war that must be fought and win as a nation and not on party supremacy. The Progressives have said Boko Haram will disappeared within few months if voted to power in the next election. Since they have the antidote to this incessant killings and wasting of human lives all well meaning Nigerians should beg the Party not to wait till being voted to power before this national calamity is solved. In fact I will suggest that PDP led government should swallow their pride and approach APC leadership for permanent solution to taming Boko Haram horror. Or how many more would be killed before 2015? We must stop searching for a solution to a problem when the problem's inventor is still around the conner to improve on the potency of his hanwork!
9 hours ago
Frank Ochoa Riverside ca - parade & tamala festival tomorrow Saturday come out and enjoy , say hi don't be shy :)
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
10 hours ago
Juan Reyes Wounded Warriors who incurred service-connected injuries or illness on or after September 11, 2001 are eligible for the WWP Alumni program. No dues here - you paid those on the battlefield. Check out all the benefits and register today.
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12 hours ago
Ann Kelly
Exposing the fraud of 9/11 in 22 minutes
Taken from news clips and segments of youtube videos like, 911: Painful Deceptions, 911 Mysteries and Loose Change, this 22 minute video aims to tie together...
12 hours ago
Jennifer Wilkes If you're in the New York area or if you can make your way there, don't miss this insightful lecture by M'Bwebe Ishangi of Da Ghetto Tymz!!!
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DaGhettoTymz.com & UAM Presents The Astrological and Afrikan Imprint on the Creation of New York City: A Lecture by M'Bwebe Ishangi in Brooklyn, New York, Wednesday, April 23, 2014 There's 9 million stories about New York city and this is one they Read more ...
hope you never hear: • Lower Manhattan is sacred ground, but not for what happened on September 11, 2001 • Was 9/11 self-imposed so Mason's could revise the design of the Financial District that lay on top of an Afrikan Burial Ground that holds 20,000+ bodies? • Is the Freedom Tower also a Masonic attempt to bring "Heaven to Earth"? M'Bwebe Ishangi of DaGhettoTymz.com will be speaking on numerology, metaphysics, and historical fact to unearth the subliminal and symbolic story of the world's most popular city, New York City. In it we'll find the origin is rooted in both admiration and also enslavement of our Afrikan Ancestorz. *This is a trailer for his upcoming lecture in Brooklyn, New York, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. For more info, goto: daghettotymz.com **Watch Full Trailer @ http://daghettotymz.com/lecture/nyc-kmt/nyc-kmt.html **Like our FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/452565068209849/
15 hours ago
Barbara Logan This Saturday downtown...parade at 10:00 ...Tamale Festival at noon... :-)
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
15 hours ago
Ryan Harrington I met my wife when she moved to Boston in 1999 from Ohio with one of her best friends Kelly Booms. The first day I met her I knew I was going to marry her. It took her four years to decide. When we lost Kelly on September 11, 2001 on the first plane, Read more ...
it was one of the hardest times of our lives. We drove to Ohio and had a funeral without her remains. We came back with Kelly's parents with a UHaul to move her belongings from Kim and Kelly's apartment. I will never forget that feeling when we first showed up there. When we were married we knew we would name our first daughter after our friend. What we did not know is that my wife would go into Brigham and Womens hospital at 20 weeks of pregnancy with her. We did not know my wife would stay for another six weeks until she delivered, dodging every dangerous life bullet of sepsis. We did not know Kelly would survive and live a normal life after 108 days, not one doctor thinking in the beginning she would live a normal life if we delivered the baby. I thought our story was special and miraculous. What I found out is these stories happen every day in the NICU. Stories of hope and survival. Unfortunately, there are also sad stories that no parent should endure. The Brigham saved my wife and daughter's life. Please donate if you can. http://www.crowdrise.com/kimandryanharrington
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The person who created this page is probably preparing something riveting to post about everything they're doing to give back. We recommend you sit at your computer and hit refresh over and over until their story goes live. You should also scroll dow Read more ...
n and see if they have a fundraiser going so you c…
18 hours ago
Ron Cammarata Proud to see the names of some close buddies immortalized in the 9/11 museum.Worked side by side w these guys and will always remember the good Times and the close calls we had!!!Till we meet Again
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
18 hours ago
Rachel Lynne Wimberly
Trauma Symposium
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19 hours ago
Donald Chittenden
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
19 hours ago
Arlene Garcia
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
20 hours ago
April Thompson Mongold
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
20 hours ago
Linda Myers Scheetz
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
21 hours ago
Robert Kesten
United People's Assembly
The world is a strange place. A few days before Easter...past the middle of April, we have over an inch of new snow. The pure and clean vision created by newly fallen snow created a moment of wonder, only to come back to earth and realize that we h Read more ...
ad this moment, born out of tragedy, on September 11, 2001. Following the falling towers, the world, for a brief moment united and there was a chance to unite the people of the world...That moment was wasted and since then, the world has become ever more divided. With spring in the air, even if delayed by snow, we must again try and find ways to bring us closer...for all our sake. Rebirth, now is our time to through off the old and bring in the new.
21 hours ago
Ashley Hunt I've got some new work in this show Heather O'Brien has curated, which opens tomorrow at the Camera Club NY; in tomorrow's roundtable I'll show a short that I haven't screened in a while, "Lockdowns Up" (2002), made in response to the prison system's Read more ...
enthusiastic response to the aftermath of September 11, 2001, which is distributed by Third World Newsreel. Tomorrow is RSVP https://www.facebook.com/heathermobrien/posts/10100112458978305:0
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21 hours ago
Felix Hidalgo Winning in Warfare Read | 1 Timothy 1:18 After September 11, 2001, our country declared war against terrorism. Initially, this effort monopolized headlines and kept many of us glued to the television. Ten years later, there is far less publicity ab Read more ...
out the struggle, but we are far from experiencing international peace. These are trying, uncertain times—and not just on a global scale. As believers, we face warfare constantly, wrestling with sin and its consequences. Continually at a crossroads, we are faced with a decision: Will we follow Jesus or let the pressures of life turn our loyalty elsewhere? In any war—whether renewed tensions in the Middle East or our own spiritual battle—there are several actions essential for victory. Today, we will focus on the first tactic: knowing our Enemy and the way he operates. In his desire to draw us away from the Lord, the Devil attempts to bring doubt, sin, guilt, and destruction to our lives. He deceives, divides, and destroys. Christians must stay alert with regard to the Enemy. When we are reading the Word, praying, and spending time with other believers, good protection is in place. By memorizing Scripture, we have truth in our hearts to shield us against deception. In addition, we can tell Satan to flee in the name of Christ (Mark 16:17; Luke 10:17). Are you in a vulnerable position where the Adversary has easy access? Make sure your life is firm upon the solid rock of Jesus Christ. Unless you purposefully stay close to Him, the Devil will draw you away from God. Be like a branch that stays attached to the vine so that victory is yours. Copyright 2014 In Touch Ministries, Inc. All rights reserved. www.intouch.org. In Touch grants permission to print for personal use only. Print Page Add a comment Log in or create an account to post a comment Rate It: 12345 Comment: 2000 characters remaining
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22 hours ago
Tricia Garcia
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
22 hours ago
Justin Prince
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
22 hours ago
Kunle Sobode #politicsofinsecurity #prophetic "If we don't know this already, it became too clear on September 11, 2001. The perpetrators of 9/11 might have been wealthy Saudis, but it was in the collapsed, poverty-stricken state of Afghanistan that they found s Read more ...
uccour and sanctuary. Africa is not in the front line of the war against terror, but it could soon be... 'The war against terror is bound up in the war against poverty...'" - Bono, 2004, in "The End of Poverty" by Jeffrey Sachs pg. xviii
23 hours ago
Diamond S. B. Mcclain
The Census of Quirinius and Luke 2 - The Shard & The Scroll
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The Census of Quirinius and Luke 2 Posted on June 27, 2013 by Marc Turnage Posted in Luke 2, Scrolls1776. September 11, 2001. Most Americans identify these dates with specific events in our history. For Americans, 1776 is the year the American Rev Read more ...
olution began and the thirteen colonies sought to…
23 hours ago
Ejim Tony Many people died on the September 11, 2001 attack in America, It was reffered to as a HORRIBLE DAY in US. On January 27 2002, there was bomb blast at Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria, which killed many people, and it was tagged: 'BLACK SUNDAY'. When Boko Hara Read more ...
m bombed a catholic church on December 25, 2011 at Niger state . They called it; 'CHRISTMAS DAY BOMBING' About 153 passengers in Dana Aircraft lost their lives when the plane clashed on June 3, 2012. It was reffered to as a 'BLACK SUNDAY.' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BUT WHEN OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST DIED ON THE CROSS OF CALVARY ABOUT 2,000 YEARS AGO. The day was recognised as a '#GOOD FRIDAY' . Lets commemorate the death of Jesus Christ who took away our ancestral sins. #THANK_YOU_JESUS
1 day ago
Timothy Webb
Report: Mike Ruppert, former LAPD officer who exposed CIA drug dealing, dead at 63 » WTF RLY REPORT
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The 63-year-old Ruppert had previously worked as a Los Angeles police officer, and he gained notoriety in 1995 for an encounter with then-CIA Director John Deutch during a town hall meeting.
1 day ago
Michael Lozano nvitation from Mayor Rusty Bailey Greetings Team Riverside! Please join me and hundreds of my fellow U.S. veterans in downtown Riverside for the 9th Annual Salute to Veterans parade on: Saturday, April 19th from 10am -12 noon Did you know that Ri Read more ...
verside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veterans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. RIVERSIDE PRIDE! Rusty Bailey Mayor City of Riverside Parade Registration - Get Yours In - Click Below Parade Registration
A Salute To Veterans Parade
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1 day ago
Bernard Molina
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
1 day ago
Jane Mitchell This Sat in Riverside!
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REMINDER :: Salute to Veterans Parade! Saturday, April 19th from 10 a.m. - noon Did you know that Riverside County is home to 137,000 men and women who have proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces since World War II? About 20 percent of our veter Read more ...
ans have voluntarily served at home and abroad since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this century and the last, our men and women in uniform have willingly placed themselves in harm’s way and endure significant sacrifices to defend the constitutional freedoms we all enjoy and which make the United States the greatest nation on earth. By attending this FREE event you will have an opportunity to give thanks to our veterans, give back to our city, and for you and your families to learn more about our region’s military legacy. The parade will showcase over 130 military units, marching bands, vintage cars and, most importantly surviving veterans of all eras wearing their uniforms. The Parade route starts at Magnolia Avenue and Ramona Drive and proceeds to Market Street, right onto 10th Street, and right onto Main Street. It will conclude at the Historic Riverside County Courthouse on Main Street. Parking is free all day Saturday in downtown Riverside and in the RCC parking structure at Magnolia and Terracina Avenues. There is also a pre-parade $5 Pancake breakfast put on by the cadets of the Civil Air Patrol. For more information visit www.asalutetoveterans.com. The parade will go on rain or shine so please bring your families and friends and enjoy the day -- The Riverside Way. #ILoveRiverside
1 day ago
Tommy Kiser
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
1 day ago
Amy Beachluver RIP Mike Ruppert.......The 63-year-old Ruppert had previously worked as a Los Angeles police officer, and he gained notoriety in 1995 for an encounter with then-CIA Director John Deutch during a town hall meeting. Ruppert, a former narcotics officer Read more ...
, told Deutch he’d seen evidence of CIA complicity in drug dealing. He published and edited the website From The Wilderness, where he claimed the CIA and U.S. government were involved in the September 11, 2001, terrorist plots.
Report: Mike Ruppert, former LAPD officer who exposed CIA drug dealing, dead at 63 » WTF RLY REPORT
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The 63-year-old Ruppert had previously worked as a Los Angeles police officer, and he gained notoriety in 1995 for an encounter with then-CIA Director John Deutch during a town hall meeting.
1 day ago
Bob Ammons Great sentiment....
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
1 day ago
Phillip Webber
[WATCH] Family Guy Just Made a Jab at Obama and it was AWESOME!
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What have 3 of America's worst days been according to Peter? 1) The day the challenger exploded 2) September 11, 2001 3) The day Obama was elected I could not agree more. How about you?
1 day ago
Starrlee Simmons
[WATCH] Family Guy Just Made a Jab at Obama and it was AWESOME!
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What have 3 of America's worst days been according to Peter? 1) The day the challenger exploded 2) September 11, 2001 3) The day Obama was elected I could not agree more. How about you?
1 day ago
Lorraine Williams Parish My cousin Walter Hynes firehouse
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
1 day ago
Tina Forys
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on dut Read more ...
y who never returned from the World Trade Center. #FDNY #Honor911 Photo Credit: Maureen Merrigan
1 day ago
Joao Sousa
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#MuseumMonday The bullhorn George W. Bush used to address rescue and recovery workers at Ground Zero in the days after September 11, 2001, will be on exhibit at the #911Museum. The bullhorn was made famous when then President Bush told a chanting, c Read more ...
heering crowd of rescue and recovery workers, "I can hear you. The rest of the world hears you. And the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon."
2 days ago
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