By Jerry Hill
Nine years ago, when the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks upended America’s sense of security, the nation came together.
Brave emergency workers rushed into burning buildings to rescue people who were trapped. Americans opened up their hearts and wallets to comfort mourning families. We have not forgotten the planes that on Sept. 11 crashed into the Twin Towers in lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania. Nor have we forgotten the nearly 3,000 innocent people who lost their lives.