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Sixteen Years Later: Where I Was On September 11

Until September 11, 2001, I worked in the World Trade Center, halfway up Tower One. I wasn’t doing political blogging at the time, but was writing “the Baseball Crank” as a weekly baseball column for the online edition of the Providence (R.I.) Journal. Here’s my account of that day, written for ProJo two days later while it was all still fresh. We run this every year | Read More » The post Sixteen Years Later: Where I Was On September 11 appeared first on RedState.
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