Tag Archives: 9 11

Rescue Dogs – On Firefighters and Social Workers


“Disaster Strikes. Almost before the dust settles, the dog and handler teams are there, searching for victims alive and dead. With a sense of smell far more powerful than man’s and an ability to probe nooks and crannies that humans … Continue reading

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In the Ashes of My Brothers – a 9 11 Remembrance of my service at Ground Zero


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American history is filled with iconic moments that live forever in everyone’s memory. They change the course of events and drive our collective lives as a people. Some of you could tell of December…

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Can You Hear Me NOW? On Surveillance and Whistleblowing


“The thought police would get him just the same. He had committed – would have committed, even if he had never set pen to paper — the essential crime that contained all others in itself. Thoughtcrime, they called it. Thoughtcrime … Continue reading

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In the Ashes of My Brothers – a 9 11 Remembrance of my service at Ground Zero


American history is filled with iconic moments that live forever in everyone’s memory. They change the course of events and drive our collective lives as a people. Some of you could tell of December 7th and Pearl Harbor. I can … Continue reading

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