9/11 is certainly a time to reflect on the sacrifice of the victims of the greatest terror attack on our soil. But it is also a time, particularly after 16 years of policy failures, to reflect on the root public policy narrative of 9/11: the fundamental job of the federal government and the failures to properly execute it.
At its core, the job of the government is to protect the security and interests of the American people first – before any other interest, irrespective of where the truth of those policies takes us. Sadly, the same political correctness that led to 9/11 is still in place, and even worse in some ways. The best way to honor the legacy of Flight 93 and other heroes of 9/11, from a public policy standpoint, is to ensure that the government does everything it can not just to prevent another 9/11 from occurring but to always place the security of the American people above all else.
In this special episode of the Conservative Conscience, we bring in Jordan Schachtel, CR’s national security correspondent, to survey the lay of the land 16 years later. We go through our immigration system, domestic Islamic subversion and backwards foreign policy and military strategy that has left us more vulnerable now than before 9/11. It is all rooted in the fact that our politicians no longer represent our interests. They place political correctness and personal relationships above all else.
It’s time to change course and we offer a list of dos and don’ts for immigration and foreign policy that will re-align our policies with the interests of the American people.
My 9/11 piece: our policies have failed to honor their sacrifices
We still wont sanction Islamist funders in our own country
The betrayal on debt ceiling worse than you think
How Trump can shut off refugee scam this week
Congress unanimously passed bill barring visas from terror countries. It was never followed.
Saudis reportedly funded dry run practice of 9/11
16 Years later, we still don’t recognize the problem