Friday, October 20, 2017

The pro-life heart of Blade Runner 2049

I've held onto this one for two weeks now, as to avoid the need for spoiler alerts. However, I will say that if you still haven't seen the new Blade Runner sequel, then this might motivate you to do so...

Being an avid fan of the sci-fi genre, I'm constantly astounded with Hollywood's ability to create incredible cautionary tales of dystopian societies that one might surmise a turning away from, only to witness an inability to heed their own warnings. Instead, we are constantly bombarded by the all-too-often lurch towards the very mechanisms that perceivably enable such dystopias by so many of our coastal brethren, be it creators, actors or related mediaites.

Be that as it may, I thought it a worthwhile change of pace to highlight a positive message discovered in a contemporary piece of science fiction entertainment. Whether purposefully or not, Blade Runner 2049 (and less explicitly in its predecessor) touches on a profound message that's quite rare these days in film (and particularly among Hollywood circles)...that is the message of LIFE.
TheResurgent: There are also a great many ideas floating around here, not the least of which is the intrinsic value of life. In the first film, animals have become so rare that realistic facsimiles of them are among the most prized—and expensive—of possessions. The replicants, meanwhile, realize that their allotted lifespan of four short years is running out, so in desperation they come back to Earth to find a way to extend that time. “I want more life,” Roy Batty, the leader of the rogue replicants, demands of his creator. And in the end, Roy spares Rick Deckard even though he could have killed the Blade Runner sent to kill him. “I don’t know why he saved my life,” Deckard says. “Maybe in those last moments he loved life more that he ever had before. Not just his life—anybody’s life. My life.”

Blade Runner 2049 takes that idea and runs with it, extending it to the replicants being able to have children of their own. In fact, in the film, this is what defines them as human. The people running the show don’t want anybody to find out about the child, because they know it would completely upend the existing world order. Replicants would no longer be seen as slaves if they were capable of creating life themselves. As K observes at one point, to be born is to have a soul—and to have a soul is to have value.

This is a profoundly pro-life subtext. I’m not sure if this is what the filmmakers intended, but it’s definitely there—and it’s bound to make some people uncomfortable. Just as it’s more convenient for people in Blade Runner to not think of replicants as human, so is it easier for pro-abortion activists to cast unborn babies the same way. But real life, as in the film, is a lot more complicated than that. Pretending otherwise doesn’t change anything.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Trump's positive steps towards healthcare, Iran deal, God and country

You know when Democratic politicians are convulsing and foaming at the mouth, there's gotta be some fairly decent news. As always, Levin covered everything and the kitchen sink throughout the week as only the Great One can, but I'd like to highlight a few presidential actions taken in lieu of a dysfunctional Senate and in spite of them...
On Thursday’s Mark Levin Show, President Trump is trying to bring down the cost and increase the options for the individual in this country regarding healthcare. Trump is doing what he can from the executive branch and the Obamacare statutes give him the leeway to do so. It is precious to hear Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer attack Trump for not going through Congress, yet they were the ones that passed the statute allowing Trump to make the changes he did on Thursday. The problem with healthcare is government’s iron fist and the politicization of it by the left. What Trump is doing is a good tiny first step and one of the few steps the President can take unilaterally. However, the left is so obsessed with Obamacare that even small steps to give individuals relief from the burdens of Obamacare are opposed. After that, it looks like Trump will decertify the Iran Deal. The next step is to kill the deal, but the left does not want the President to take the next step to drop the deal. They are trying to make it sound like it will result in a catastrophe and that Trump is reckless. Trump is in no way putting America at a greater conceivable risk by pulling out of the Iran Deal.

On Friday’s Mark Levin show, The Democrats now stand with the Islamo-Nazi regime in Iran. They stand with a terror state that threatens to destroy our country, Israel and the surrounding Arab and Gulf states instead of with the best interests of America. How many times have you heard Democrats talk about the Constitution being a living and breathing document? Yet when it comes to the Iran deal, it’s untouchable, because Barack Obama signed it. Democrats are so filled with hate and a desire for power that even when Trump does the correct thing, they can’t accept that. It is astonishing how Obama sold out the U.S. and how the Democrat Party is in support of this. This deal was secured with the evisceration of the Treaty Clause of the Constitution. The same people who were behind securing this agreement are now claiming that the President not reject what they created. Meanwhile, Congress has 60 days to fix the Iran Deal. Will Democrats use the filibuster to protect Iran? If they do they need to be called out for it. After that, Trump ended Obamacare’s illegal insurance company subsidies. Obama decided that in order to hold up Obamacare he would violate the Constitution and the ACA statute. His violation of Article 1 of the Constitution and the ACA statute was declared by a federal court, but Obama did not care and ordered the Treasury Department to issue subsidies anyway.

Related links: Rand Paul: Trump exec order moves toward free market health care
Cruz: Obamacare exec order was 'exactly the right thing to do'
Levin to Trump: Stick to your guns on scrapping Iran nuclear deal

And finally, something that likely hasn't received the proper attention due to the politics of the day, but in the larger scope of existence is of integral importance. Speaking from the annual Values Voter Summit in D.C. Friday morning, President Trump promised a return to traditional values in America and vowed that the assaults on religious liberty would end...

Related link: Trump: ‘In America, We Don’t Worship Government, We Worship God’

So at the close of this week, yes, I'm saying, "Thank You, President Trump!" and encouraging him to follow through with THIS direction in every respect.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Let's not muddy things for the world's sake

The Church universal...yes, we've had a few setbacks in our reunion efforts, and there's certainly no solving them all in a single blog post. However, since Faith is an integral part of American conservatism, this seems like as good a time as any to pinpoint a few problematic areas and perhaps assist towards a general course correction...
For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. ~ 2 Timothy 4:3-4
There's a difference between compassionately professing to a lost culture and incorporating said lost culture into the credence of the Church. When the latter is attempted, which we're seeing far too often these days, inroads of progress are not accomplished, but rather we find grave heresies abound...
TheResurgent: Karen Oliveto, the so-called lesbian “bishop,” recently gave her weekly message to those under her guidance, tutelage, and counsel, in which she:
  1. Said Jesus struggled with bigotries and prejudices.
  2. Implied Jesus was ignorant and confused about his mission on earth.
  3. Separates Jesus from His divinity, undermining the notion of the Trinity.
This is what happens when a church loses its way – when it becomes enamored with the fine sounding arguments of men and embraces the spirit of the age instead of the spirit of truth.
Though it may conflict with the culture of any given time (particularly that of our modern secularized world) and consequently denied, the living truth nevertheless remains timeless. Even when biology and reason bear witness to that truth, we see so many turn away to embrace fads, emotions and worldly deceptions. So, as compassionate Believers, we're called not to debase the sinner, nor to embrace the sin, but to recognize the reality of truth, while striving to live towards that which is righteous. A common morality has always demonstrated that, and, God Willing, more will continue speaking to this truth...
LifeSiteNews: Those who doubt the existence of hell, despite Our Lady of Fatima showing its horrors to three Portuguese shepherd children 100 years ago, can nevertheless see a “living reflection of hell” in abortion, euthanasia, and homosexuality, said San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.

Archbishop Cordileone made his remarks during a homily last weekend as he consecrated his Archdiocese to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

He recalled during his October 7 homily the great evils witnessed in the past 100 years, including the great world wars, death camps, numerous genocides, and Christian persecution.

“Who would dare to say that such barbarity is not a mocking of God?” he asked.

Cordileone listed legal abortion as one of the many genocides.

“And then there is the attack on innocent human life: Our own land has been soiled by the blood of innocent children in what has become a deadly epidemic tantamount to a genocide on life in the womb,” he said.

“And now we are increasingly witnessing the abandonment of our suffering brothers and sisters at the other end of life’s journey,” he added, in a reference to euthanasia and assisted suicide of the elderly.

The Archbishop went on to list legal homosexual “marriage,” and made a reference to Pride Parades, as ways in which God is mocked.

“And even in our own city of St. Francis, we see … the celebration and even exaltation of the vulgar and the blasphemous, mocking God’s beautiful plan in how He created us, in our very bodies, for communion with one another and Himself,” he said.

“God is roundly mocked in our very streets, and it is met with approval and applause in our community – and yet, we remain silent,” he added.
Whether it be this method of communication or another, I think we can all agree that silence is no longer an option, particularly when misguidance seen in the former falls into direct conflict with the reality of the latter.

It certainly confuses the faithful follower when those chosen to lead falsely do so. Choosing the wiser path is set apart by turning away from scripturally diagnosed sin, not relishing in it. That ideal should guide us towards honest teachings and drive us away from apostasy.
All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. ~ 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Look, we are certain to stumble many times over in our pursuit of righteousness. We are after all flawed, imperfect, miserable offenders who continuously fall short of the Glory of God; yet even so, we need never forget that we are set aside by Him as a reflection and found worthy of His saving Grace, and that makes the eternal vigilance of such a pursuit all the more worthwhile. Please, let's not simultaneously muddy things for the world's sake.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Solutions to agree on...but looking beyond gun laws to address free will and the problem of choosing evil

Ever since we awoke to the unimaginable news Monday morning, I think we've all been trying to make sense of what happened Sunday night in Vegas. Coping with shock, wrestling with anger. Trying to decipher the motivation driving such a senseless act of PURE EVIL inflicted on our fellow man...
My mind is clouded by doubts, and disturbing thoughts. The only words of wisdom that seem appropriate at the moment for us to ponder come from someone much smarter, more loving, and forgiving than I could ever be:
“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.”
I pray for those lost, for those struggling to recover, and for patience as we seek answers, if any can be provided through what is sizing up to be a lengthy investigation. It's unfortunate that the last mentioned, patience, was so eagerly ignored from the misinformed rants of philosopher-comedians to the whims of failed candidates, politicizing this atrocity within the first 24 hours, undermining social cohesion with political tribalism when they really have no idea how to prevent mass shootings.
As this Washington Post editorial explains, gun control is not the solution — not when the problem is that someone wants to commit mass murder. If guns are illegal, the mass murderer will just use illegal guns. Or bombs. Or a truck.
So, precisely what gun laws would stop someone in this particular position hell-bent on mass murder? The guy had wealth, access, no criminal record and no diagnosed mental history. Even so, even if the typical grab-bag of progressive implementations were installed, it still wouldn't occur to me that such EVIL would abide by any law imposed on a common people. Quite the contrary, those who turn to criminal behavior ignore law. What does occur to me is that a major shift needs to happen in the hearts, minds and souls to turn the culture from its progressively destructive path(s), be it left, right or whatever political persuasion one falls within.

But if we must have the conversation, I actually think there's much agreement to be had across the political landscape on reasonable approaches to law. Keeping fully automatic weapons in the hands of military only? Check. Getting rid of bump stocks on the open market? Check. (I will say there's a lot of misinformation out there concerning conversion kits, because most still don't convert to full-auto; however, the few that do or simulate it, get rid of them). Major overhaul of mental health in this country? You bet...and that's where we begin to see solutions to the actual problem...
[Of the roughly] 33,000 lives ended by guns each year in the United States ... Two-thirds of gun deaths in the United States every year are suicides. Almost no proposed restriction would make it meaningfully harder for people with guns on hand to use them.

However, the next-largest set of gun deaths — 1 in 5 — were young men aged 15 to 34, killed in homicides. These men were most likely to die at the hands of other young men, often related to gang loyalties or other street violence. And the last notable group of similar deaths was the 1,700 women murdered per year, usually as the result of domestic violence. Far more people were killed in these ways than in mass-shooting incidents, but few of the popularly floated policies were tailored to serve them.

... Potential suicide victims, women menaced by their abusive partners and kids swept up in street vendettas are all in danger from guns, but they each require different protections.

Older men, who make up the largest share of gun suicides, need better access to people who could care for them and get them help. Women endangered by specific men need to be prioritized by police, who can enforce restraining orders prohibiting these men from buying and owning guns. Younger men at risk of violence need to be identified before they take a life or lose theirs and to be connected to mentors who can help them de-escalate conflicts.

A reduction in gun deaths is most likely to come from finding smaller chances for victories and expanding those solutions as much as possible. We save lives by focusing on a range of tactics to protect the different kinds of potential victims and reforming potential killers, not from sweeping bans focused on the guns themselves.
Reasonable people throughout our vast political spectrum can find unity. It's unfortunate that all too often those voices are drowned out in today's mass media culture. But that's a whole other discussion in civility that our society should consider observing as well, particularly when acknowledging our freedom to speak & disagree, objective reporting vs. subjective commentary, politics vs. the people (essentially, First Amendment related issues), in the maintenance of all our other liberties & rights (Second included), while maintaining healthy relationships with our fellow American (which seems to be much lacking these days). It doesn't have to be 'ban it' or 'unlimit all', because there is middle ground on this. While this is a bit of a rabbit hole, it does seems to segue into a broader topic of great significance concerning mental health in our country, some of which I've already covered above.

Of course, there's sure to be disagreement here as well, but I think for far too long our society has attempted to separate mental health and instabilities from the evil that men are capable of and sometimes act on when consumed by it. I happen to think there's correlations there that to ignore is detrimental, particularly in the comprehension of free will and choosing evil...
In my opinion, the second greatest gift we have from God, after the gift of life itself, is the gift of free will. We are not slaves. We aren’t forced to conform to God’s will. We are free to choose between good and evil.

The real question is, why do so many humans choose to commit despicable acts of virtually incomprehensible evil? The real problem isn’t that an evil or insane person managed to get a gun. The problem is that an evil person wants to commit evil deeds. A gun itself isn’t inherently evil, no more than a knife or a hammer is evil. It all depends on how the gun, knife, or hammer is used.

The only real and permanent solution to this problem is to beg for God’s forgiveness, ask for His mercy, and resist temptation to become evil ourselves. We can’t pretend that evil doesn’t exist anymore, because it keeps getting prevalent every day.

This reminds me of the infamous quote from longtime Democrat political operative (and current major of Chicago) Rahm Emanuel:

You never want a serious crisis go to waste. What I mean by that, is that it’s an opportunity to do things that you did not think you could do before.
Maybe you shouldn’t do them because it’s wrong to just do as you please.
When evil is the chosen course, the moral imperative and commandment to 'do no murder' is diminished and becomes irrelevant to the ailing mind. This is precisely where we need to focus the most attention on helping our fellow, fallen man.

Additional links: Thoughts And Prayers Are Not Useless After Tragedy, But A Call To Action
How To Talk To Your Kids About Death, Shootings, Natural Disasters, And Other Scary Things

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Black lives matter? Crime data runs contrary to NFL & the Left's attention

We've seen all the back and forth between what the League's Games Operations Manual includes versus what the Rulebook doesn't, the monetary relationship with Obama's DoD and the NFL, and any number of other social media memes, tweets, and general confusion. However, what's been missing is the empirical data that is being broadly know, the matter that's deserving of a prayerful knee and attention! As Paul Harvey used to say, here's the rest of the story...
CR: Lost in the imbroglio over the NFL’s disrespect for our national anthem is the irony of the original impetus for Colin Kaepernick’s antics. Players are protesting supposed police brutality while new data shows there is a growing epidemic of violent crime in America, which is likely the result of dissuading police from proactive law enforcement work.

Sadly, the biggest victims of this rebounding epidemic are African Americans. Where is the protest or outrage over violent crime in inner cities rather than the police response to it (or lack thereof)?

It’s hard to overstate the importance of yesterday’s release of crime data from the FBI showing a second straight year with rising violent crime. After plummeting for 23 years, violent crime rose in 2015 and again in 2016, bending the only positive social trajectory we have witnessed over the past generation.

According to the FBI, violent crime rose by 4.1 percent and the murder rate spiked by 8.6 percent — the greatest single-year increase in 25 years. ... is clear that the Black Lives Matter war on police has done more to fuel crime than any other factor this generation. Who does it hurt the most? The very lives for which they claim to care.

According to the WSJ, “in 2014, 698 more blacks were killed than whites, according to the FBI. In 2015, 1,185 more blacks were killed than whites, according to the data.” Well, based on the new tables in the FBI’s “Crime in the United States” report, 1,305 more blacks were killed than whites in 2016. That is simply an astounding statistic given that blacks comprise just 13 percent of the population. And the trajectory has gotten worse since the inception of the war on the police.

Folks, this is not the result of police brutality, this is the result of the war on the police and preventing them from addressing the real issue plaguing American cities – black-on-black crime. There were almost 1,100 more black murder offenders than whites, even though they comprise a fraction of the population.

We could shut down every police department in America and all it would do is lead to more bloodletting for everyone, but most devastatingly for black communities. Even if we were to accept the premise of the Black Lives Matter movement that all 16 unarmed blacks shot by police last year were not in self-defense, that accounts for just 0.002% of the 7,881 black homicide victims, the overwhelming majority of whom were killed by black criminals, not whites or police.

What we are seeing today in popular culture protesting the police is akin to protesting the firefighters instead of the arsonists. Do black lives really matter? If they do, the hard data show incontrovertibly that the Ferguson effect – dismantling the police and the criminal justice system in inner cities – is the most direct way to ensuring that their lives indeed don’t matter.

Perhaps we — alongside NFL players, SJWs nationwide, and perpetually outraged BLM groups — should take a knee for the missing 7,881 black victims of 2016 … just not during the national anthem.
It's one thing to take a stand for a just's quite another to drop before an amorphous movement that neglects the very focal point of its supposed concern, whether that be for mere defiance, one-upmanship, or a misdirected sense of justice. Beyond sports or politics, a desire to unite our civil society should be a shared prerogative, not more divisive displays. That is the social justice issue to embrace, not ignore.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Sports and Politics: a much needed separation...

I don't have to explain what this one's about. As opinions go, everybody's got one. We've heard so many throughout the weekend and into the work week, and thanks to our biased Press, the owners, coaches and players, and yes, the President, multitudes of stories have produce even more division among fellow Americans by mixing politics further into sports entertainment. So imagine my like-minded amazement when I happened upon Nathan Hague's exceptional article that offers a common sense solution beyond the noise of who's making whatever protest during the Anthem: just keep sports and politics separated...
MNM: Why did we start mixing politics into sports? Why can't we just celebrate when our team scores on the last play to win the game without having to hear about racism or who voted for who in an election?

Instead, we've made it about race, sexual orientation and pretty much every other political issue, taking the sport out of sports.

We talk way too much about who's sitting or raising a fist during the national anthem. Society is so sensitive that instead of being able to enjoy the World Series, people are more focused on that "offensive" logo of the Cleveland Indians.

We hear too much about making someone a hero for announcing his or her sexual orientation.

I'm all for athletes having an opinion and freedom of speech, but I think there are better ways of voicing your opinions than protesting during our national anthem like Colin Kaepernick and others have done, or having a reality TV show about it, like Michael Sam intended to do.

If you do choose to go that route, don't be offended when people speak up against you, because they too have the freedom of speech.

I want what's best for my country, state and city, but the game of politics is a dirty one. While watching a game, I don't need to hear about why a particular athlete endorsed a particular candidate and what their stances are on certain political issues.

In my experience, sports often serve as a temporary escape from a busy schedule, hardships and even politics. If I can help someone do just that, I am honored.

In the weeks and months after Sept. 11, 2001, we saw horrific images and videos of the terrorist attacks, and it got to be way too much. I remember needing that temporary escape, and I found it through sports. Practically every TV station was focused on the attacks. I needed something different.

Watching then President George W. Bush throw out the first pitch was an amazing time. It didn't matter what team you were rooting for or what political party you were affiliated with, what mattered at that moment was we were Americans, uniting around this great game which gave us some separation from such tragic events.

Sage Steele of ESPN nailed it. While on the Dan Patrick Show, she said, "Why do people tune into SportsCenter? In my opinion, it's not to hear about Charlottesville."

I couldn't agree more. If I wanted to hear Donald Trump's tweets, I'll go look up his Twitter account. If I want to hear political reporters react to those tweets, there are endless websites and TV stations to do just that.

If I want to enjoy sports, I should be able to go turn on sports channels and click on sports websites to enjoy just that without having all this political mumbo jumbo mixed in with it.

Plus, I think we've muddied the waters when it comes to what's a sports story and what isn't. Just because an athlete or a coach is involved doesn't make it a sports story, and we do it a disservice when trying to sell it as one.

If somebody is confused about their gender or sexual orientation, that has nothing to do with sports. Just because Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky were football coaches, the things that happened at Penn State had nothing to with sports. It's about the kids who were wronged.

The day we can look at people of other races and political beliefs as a teammate or opponent on the field or court only, and not be way overly sensitive and offended by everything, that's the day we can all celebrate a win.
In the immortal words of Wooderson, "Alright, Alright, Alright."

Related links: Separation of sports and politics
Levin: NFL players ‘degrade real heroes who wear real uniforms’
Flashback: When Tebow Knelt
"Ratings Are Going to TANK!" Ben Shapiro NAILS the NFL Anthem Protest Controversy

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Remember that time illegal aliens turned on...Nancy Pelosi?

Decades of unfettered immigration lawlessness allowed by American politicians, like Nancy Pelosi, but not limited to either side of the aisle I'm sad to say, and this is the resulting entitled chaos that ensues. I'd say this couldn't happen to a more loathsome, two-faced politician...if it weren't to all our detriment...

This is not what democracy looks like...but it's precisely what mob rule looks like...

RCP: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was confronted by pro-immigration [illegal alien] protesters in her hometown of San Francisco Monday morning. At an event featuring fellow California Democratic Reps. Barbara Lee and Jared Huffman, Pelosi called on Congress to immediately pass a new version of the DREAM Act [i.e., amnesty for illegal alien yoots].

About 40 people who identified themselves as "undocumented youth" demanded faster action, telling Pelosi that they "are not your bargaining chip for Donald Trump."
Related links: Pelosi’s allies didn’t help as she was shouted down at ‘Dreamers’ event
DACA protesters shut down Nancy Pelosi presser – here’s what they demanded

There's more videos attached to this article, but I think you get the point. However, here's what I'd really like readers to turn their attention towards. This is what President Trump ends up with after dinner and discussions with the likes of Pelosi and Schumer...
The Washington Post reports that after she exited the building, Pelosi said the protesters were "completely wrong" to blame Democrats like her for the government's failure to pass immigration reform.

"The Democrats are the ones who stopped their assault on sanctuary cities, stopped the wall, the increased deportations in our last bill that was at the end of April, and we are determined to get Republican votes to pass the clean DREAM Act," she said. "Is it possible to pass a bill without some border security? Well, we’ll have to see. We didn’t agree to anything in that regard, except to listen and something that deals with technology or something like that – but nothing like a wall."

"I wish they would channel some of that energy into the Republican districts so we can pass the Dream Act," Pelosi added.
Undermining the rule of law much? Not to mention a mainstay of the president's supposed immigration policy...

I'll say it again: You can't work with snakes, dude. They'll bite you every time.

I'd also add (and this goes for every Republican on Capitol Hill): Honor your promises to the supporters who placed you in office. I'm certain that provides for a simple majority on this topic.

Related links: Trump Must Keep His Promises
How Many Illegal Immigrants?
Examples of Serious Crimes By Illegal Aliens
Tell your Senators to Support the RAISE Act!

Friday, September 15, 2017

Wall or no wall, Trump bends over backwards to work with Schumer & Pelosi on DACA amnesty (UPDATE: Or not?!)

“I’ve always had a good relationship with Nancy Pelosi. I think I’ll be able to get along well with Schumer, Chuck Schumer. I was always very good with Schumer, I was close to Schumer in many ways.” ~ Donald Trump explained on MSNBC, January 2016
Sigh. I take no pleasure in posting this one, but I said throughout the primary and into the general election that Trump was never gonna build a wall (among other necessities that wouldn't be accomplished). Then Chuck and Nancy assure us of that this week. Still, it is surprising (particularly to his voters) how much he seems to embrace amnesty for so-called “Dreamers” (what about OUR OWN American "Dreamers" also known as "our children?"), and after overturning Obama's executive order on DACA, now works with Schumer and Pelosi to push through legislation supporting it?! Who's the president? And which party is in charge, again? A quick look at his record begins to unravel the confusion...
On Thursday morning, the president sent a couple of tweets outlining a deal he made with minority leaders Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., to legalize DACA, granting amnesty to nearly one million illegal immigrants with unclear additional provisions for border security and no progress toward building a wall on the southern border.

This position seems to contradict President Trump’s repeated campaign promises to fight amnesty for illegal immigrants. So what’s going on?

The truth is, President Trump has said multiple things on both sides of the issue. Conservative Review’s 2016 presidential profile rated Trump’s positions on immigration as “mixed.” There were several moments during the campaign and before he was running for president when Trump took strong positions opposing amnesty. [see full article for list] ...
Trump also, contradictorily, declared support for amnesty several times as a candidate for president and as a private citizen before running for office. [see full article for list]...

  • Trump became supportive of the DREAM Act as early as 2013, when told a group of illegal immigrant activists “you’ve convinced me” to pass amnesty.

“When I’m president, I’m a different person. I can be the most politically correct person you’ve ever seen,” Trump said in January 2016.

Well, was Trump right? Does President Trump’s deal with the Democrats to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants without any funding toward the wall show he is a different person from the Donald Trump people voted for? Or, given his statements, did we know that Trump was pro-amnesty all along?
Levin not only presented an earful on the topic Thursday evening, but also explained the damaging effects of this leftward lurch on our election process and inevitably on our nation...

Thursday on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin explained why you simply cannot grant amnesty to illegal immigrants before addressing border security.

Cannot. Period. End of story.

Levin made his point by reading two articles. First was a piece by Mickey Kaus, “Don’t buy into all of that rosy PR about DACA.” This article identifies several problems with the liberal narrative on so-called “Dreamers,” and points out that the consequences of amnesty for some illegal immigrants now would inevitably lead to amnesty for millions more of legal immigrants later.

Levin shared Daniel Horowitz's Thursday piece on CR, “Trump's GOP amnesty will bring in millions of ... Democrat voters.” Horowtiz’s point is that Trump and the Republicans are inviting GOP electoral suicide by entertaining amnesty – a point Trump himself made in 2013!

“So, as you can see, there are consequences that the president, and his staff, and the Republicans are not considering but Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are well aware of,” Levin said.

“This is how they are taking down red states. This is how they will win future elections.”
See, this is what inevitably happens when you divert from principled stands and get involved with snakes. You bend whichever way the political winds blow (constantly leftward these days), while they gleefully gloat over your corruption...

It has long been known that Donald Trump likes Chuck Schumer, but on the Senate floor [Thursday] morning, after their dinner [Wednesday] night with the President, Chuck Schumer admitted it. He admits the President likes the Democrats and that the President understood he should zig-zag going left and right to get things done.
Related links: No Wall! Schumer and Pelosi Announce an Immigration Deal
Deal or No Deal? Trump Bucks Reports of Immigration Compromise with Democrats
Trump Sees DACA Deal As Win-Win
Border Hawk Steve King (R-IA) Is Livid With President Trump’s Broken Promise
Limbaugh: Holding Trump accountable when necessary
Obamacare gangsters now lobbying for amnesty

UPDATE: A month later, has the accountability finally kicked in?! Sounds promising...
TheResurgent: Back in September, President Trump and congressional Democrats announced that they were close to a deal that would allow “Dreamers,” illegal aliens who were brought to the US as children, to stay in the country. Now a new framework issued by the White House may kill the budding agreement before it is finalized and sent to Congress.

The Trump Administration delivered a list of “principles” to congressional leaders Sunday night that included funding for Trump’s border wall, an item that Democrats say was specifically excluded from the deal in their earlier negotiations.

In a joint statement quoted by Reuters, Minority Leaders Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.). said, “The administration can’t be serious about compromise or helping the Dreamers if they begin with a list that is anathema to the Dreamers, to the immigrant community and to the vast majority of Americans.” They continued, “The list includes the wall, which was explicitly ruled out of the negotiations. If the president was serious about protecting the Dreamers, his staff has not made a good faith effort to do so.”

In September, President Trump gave Congress six months to find a legislative solution to continue President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. A short time later, President Trump and Democrats announced that they were close to a deal on extending the program.

In addition to funding for the wall, the list also includes verification of immigration status for workers, revising the criminal code to increase penalties for immigration violations, increasing the ability of the government to deport illegal aliens, streamlining the legal process for deportations and limiting protections for asylum-seekers and unaccompanied minors. A White House official denied that the list violates the terms of the agreement with Schumer and Pelosi. “There was a deal to work on a deal as fast as possible, that’s what the deal was,” the senior administration official told CNN.

The official also said that the Administration still opposes a pathway to citizenship. “As we look to legalize the status of DACA recipients, we are not interested in granting citizenship,” he said.

It is not clear how firm the White House is in demanding the items on its wish list. Many of the items on the list would almost certainly scuttle any agreement between congressional Republicans and Democrats.
This is the kind of elections-have-consequences agenda driver towards illegal immigration, border security and national sovereignty expected from this administration. Now stick to it!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Levin drops a HUGE Bernie-buster on Sanders' health care LIES

When I heard this yesterday, I was SO hoping this segment would be captured by ConservativeReview...and it was! Every conservative needs to pass this on to their liberal friends...seriously! Please pass this on to them, because if you can get them to listen for just a few moments, it crushes the ideology behind socialized medicine...
CR: What does it mean when Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and liberals try to make health care a “right,” as Sanders and others want to do with his new socialist plan?

It is little more than placing people's lives in the hands of government bureaucrats, which naturally leads to things like rationing and decreased quality, with all-too-frequently fatal results.

Wednesday night on "The Mark Levin Show," Conservative Review's editor-in-chief laid out the cold, hard truth behind Sanders' pie-in-the-sky “Medicare for All” promises.

Related links: Shapiro: Democrats’ newest plan: Nationalized health care
Bernie Sanders to Introduce Medicare-For-All Bill

Monday, September 11, 2017

16 years later: September 11th remembered

Today, we commemorate the 16th anniversary of the deadliest terrorist strike on American soil. Let us remember those 2,996 innocent American souls lost, along with the thousands injured and countless lives of family, friends and Americans in general affected and altered forever by this devastating atrocity. May we never forget...

List of World Trade Center Victims

Gordon M. Aamoth, Jr. Edelmiro Abad Maria Rose Abad Andrew Anthony Abate Vincent Abate Laurence Christopher Abel William F. Abrahamson Richard Anthony Aceto Jesus Acevedo Rescand Heinrich Bernhard Ackermann Paul Acquaviva Donald LaRoy Adams Patrick Adams Shannon Lewis Adams Stephen George Adams Ignatius Udo Adanga Christy A. Addamo Terence E. Adderley, Jr. Sophia Buruwad Addo Lee Allan Adler Daniel Thomas Afflitto Emmanuel Akwasi Afuakwah Alok Agarwal Mukul Kumar Agarwala Joseph Agnello David Scott Agnes Brian G. Ahearn Jeremiah Joseph Ahern Joanne Marie Ahladiotis Shabbir Ahmed Terrance Andre Aiken Godwin Ajala Gertrude M. Alagero Andrew Alameno Margaret Ann Alario Gary M. Albero Jon Leslie Albert Peter Alderman Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge David D. Alger Sarah Ali-Escarcega Ernest Alikakos Edward L. Allegretto Eric Allen Joseph Ryan Allen Richard Dennis Allen Richard Lanard Allen Christopher E. Allingham Janet M. Alonso Arturo Alva-Moreno Anthony Alvarado Antonio Javier Alvarez Victoria Alvarez-Brito Telmo E. Alvear Cesar Amoranto Alviar Tariq Amanullah Angelo Amaranto James M. Amato Joseph Amatuccio Christopher Charles Amoroso Kazuhiro Anai Calixto Anaya, Jr. Joseph Anchundia Kermit Charles Anderson Yvette Constance Anderson John Andreacchio Michael Rourke Andrews Jean Ann Andrucki Siew-Nya Ang Joseph Angelini, Jr. Joseph Angelini, Sr. Laura Angilletta Doreen J. Angrisani Lorraine Antigua Peter Paul Apollo Faustino Apostol, Jr. Frank Thomas Aquilino Patrick Michael Aranyos David Arce Michael George Arczynski Louis Arena Adam P. Arias Michael Armstrong Jack Charles Aron Joshua Aron Richard Avery Aronow Japhet Jesse Aryee Patrick Asante Carl Asaro Michael Asciak Michael Edward Asher Janice Marie Ashley Thomas J. Ashton Manuel O. Asitimbay Gregg Arthur Atlas Gerald T. Atwood James Audiffred Louis Frank Aversano, Jr. Ezra Aviles Sandy Ayala Arlene T. Babakitis Eustace P. Bacchus John J. Badagliacca Jane Ellen Baeszler Robert J. Baierwalter Andrew J. Bailey Brett T. Bailey Tatyana Bakalinskaya Michael S. Baksh Sharon M. Balkcom Michael Andrew Bane Katherine Bantis Gerard Baptiste Walter Baran Gerard A. Barbara Paul Vincent Barbaro James William Barbella Ivan Kyrillos F. Barbosa Victor Daniel Barbosa Colleen Ann Barkow David Michael Barkway Matthew Barnes Sheila Patricia Barnes Evan J. Baron Renee Barrett-Arjune Nathaly Barrios La Cruz Arthur Thaddeus Barry Diane G. Barry Maurice Vincent Barry Scott D. Bart Carlton W. Bartels Guy Barzvi Inna B. Basina Alysia Basmajian Kenneth William Basnicki Steven Bates Paul James Battaglia Walter David Bauer, Jr. Marlyn Capito Bautista Jasper Baxter Michele Beale Paul Frederick Beatini Jane S. Beatty Lawrence Ira Beck Manette Marie Beckles Carl John Bedigian Michael Earnest Beekman Maria A. Behr Yelena Belilovsky Nina Patrice Bell Debbie Bellows Stephen Elliot Belson Paul M. Benedetti Denise Lenore Benedetto Maria Bengochea Bryan Craig Bennett Eric L. Bennett Oliver Duncan Bennett Margaret L. Benson Dominick J. Berardi James Patrick Berger Steven Howard Berger John P. Bergin Alvin Bergsohn Daniel Bergstein Michael J. Berkeley Donna M. Bernaerts David W. Bernard William Bernstein David M. Berray David S. Berry Joseph J. Berry William Reed Bethke Timothy Betterly Edward Frank Beyea Paul Beyer Anil Tahilram Bharvaney Bella J. Bhukhan Shimmy D. Biegeleisen Peter Alexander Bielfeld William G. Biggart Brian Bilcher Carl Vincent Bini Gary Eugene Bird Joshua David Birnbaum George John Bishop Jeffrey Donald Bittner Albert Balewa Blackman, Jr. Christopher Joseph Blackwell Susan Leigh Blair Harry Blanding, Jr. Janice Lee Blaney Craig Michael Blass Rita Blau Richard Middleton Blood, Jr. Michael Andrew Boccardi John P. Bocchi Michael Leopoldo Bocchino Susan M. Bochino Bruce D. Boehm Mary Catherine Boffa Nicholas Andrew Bogdan Darren Christopher Bohan Lawrence Francis Boisseau Vincent M. Boland, Jr. Alan Bondarenko Andre Bonheur, Jr. Colin Arthur Bonnett Frank Bonomo Yvonne Lucia Bonomo Genieve Bonsignore, 3 Seaon Booker Sherry Ann Bordeaux Krystine Bordenabe Martin Boryczewski Richard Edward Bosco John H. Boulton Francisco Eligio Bourdier Thomas Harold Bowden, Jr. Kimberly S. Bowers Veronique Nicole Bowers Larry Bowman Shawn Edward Bowman, Jr. Kevin L. Bowser Gary R. Box Gennady Boyarsky Pamela Boyce Michael Boyle Alfred Braca Kevin Bracken David Brian Brady Alexander Braginsky Nicholas W. Brandemarti Michelle Renee Bratton Patrice Braut Lydia E. Bravo Ronald Michael Breitweiser Edward A. Brennan III Francis Henry Brennan Michael E. Brennan Peter Brennan Thomas M. Brennan Daniel J. Brethel Gary Lee Bright Jonathan Briley Mark A. Brisman Paul Gary Bristow Mark Francis Broderick Herman Charles Broghammer Keith A. Broomfield Ethel Brown Janice Juloise Brown Lloyd Stanford Brown Patrick J. Brown Bettina Browne Mark Bruce Richard George Bruehert Andrew Brunn Vincent Brunton Ronald Paul Bucca Brandon J. Buchanan Gregory Joseph Buck Dennis Buckley Nancy Clare Bueche Patrick Joseph Buhse John Edwards Bulaga, Jr. Stephen Bunin Matthew J. Burke Thomas Daniel Burke William Francis Burke, Jr. Donald J. Burns Kathleen Anne Burns Keith James Burns John Patrick Burnside Irina Buslo Milton G. Bustillo Thomas M. Butler Patrick Byrne Timothy G. Byrne Jesus Neptali Cabezas Lillian Caceres Brian Joseph Cachia Steven Dennis Cafiero, Jr. Richard M. Caggiano Cecile Marella Caguicla Michael John Cahill Scott Walter Cahill Thomas Joseph Cahill George Cain Salvatore B. Calabro Joseph Calandrillo Philip V. Calcagno Edward Calderon Kenneth Marcus Caldwell Dominick Enrico Calia Felix Calixte Frank Callahan Liam Callahan Luigi Calvi Roko Camaj Michael F. Cammarata David Otey Campbell Geoffrey Thomas Campbell Jill Marie Campbell Robert Arthur Campbell Sandra Patricia Campbell Sean Thomas Canavan John A. Candela Vincent Cangelosi Stephen J. Cangialosi Lisa Bella Cannava Brian Cannizzaro Michael Canty Louis Anthony Caporicci Jonathan Neff Cappello James Christopher Cappers Richard Michael Caproni Jose Manuel Cardona Dennis M. Carey Steve Carey Edward Carlino Michael Scott Carlo David G. Carlone Rosemarie C. Carlson Mark Stephen Carney Joyce Ann Carpeneto Ivhan Luis Carpio Bautista Jeremy M. Carrington Michael Carroll Peter Carroll James Joseph Carson, Jr. Marcia Cecil Carter James Marcel Cartier Vivian Casalduc John Francis Casazza Paul R. Cascio Margarito Casillas Thomas Anthony Casoria William Otto Caspar Alejandro Castano Arcelia Castillo Germaan Castillo Garcia Leonard M. Castrianno Jose Ramon Castro Richard G. Catarelli Christopher Sean Caton Robert John Caufield Mary Teresa Caulfield Judson Cavalier Michael Joseph Cawley Jason David Cayne Juan Armando Ceballos Jason Michael Cefalu Thomas Joseph Celic Ana Mercedes Centeno Joni Cesta Jeffrey Marc Chairnoff Swarna Chalasani William Chalcoff Eli Chalouh Charles Lawrence Chan Mandy Chang Mark Lawrence Charette Gregorio Manuel Chavez Delrose E. Cheatham Pedro Francisco Checo Douglas MacMillan Cherry Stephen Patrick Cherry Vernon Paul Cherry Nester Julio Chevalier Swede Chevalier Alexander H. Chiang Dorothy J. Chiarchiaro Luis Alfonso Chimbo Robert Chin Wing Wai Ching Nicholas Paul Chiofalo John Chipura Peter A. Chirchirillo Catherine Chirls Kyung Hee Cho Abul K. Chowdhury Mohammad Salahuddin Chowdhury Kirsten L. Christophe Pamela Chu Steven Chucknick Wai Chung Christopher Ciafardini Alex F. Ciccone Frances Ann Cilente Elaine Cillo Edna Cintron Nestor Andre Cintron III Robert Dominick Cirri Juan Pablo Cisneros-Alvarez Benjamin Keefe Clark Eugene Clark Gregory Alan Clark Mannie Leroy Clark Thomas R. Clark Christopher Robert Clarke Donna Marie Clarke Michael J. Clarke Suria Rachel Emma Clarke Kevin Francis Cleary James D. Cleere Geoffrey W. Cloud Susan Marie Clyne Steven Coakley Jeffrey Alan Coale Patricia A. Cody Daniel Michael Coffey Jason M. Coffey Florence G. Cohen Kevin Sanford Cohen Anthony Joseph Coladonato Mark Joseph Colaio Stephen Colaio Christopher M. Colasanti Kevin Nathaniel Colbert Michel P. Colbert Keith E. Coleman Scott Thomas Coleman Tarel Coleman Liam Joseph Colhoun Robert D. Colin Robert J. Coll Jean Collin John Michael Collins Michael L. Collins Thomas J. Collins Joseph Collison Patricia Malia Colodner Linda M. Colon Sol E. Colon Ronald Edward Comer Sandra Jolane Conaty Brace Jaime Concepcion Albert Conde Denease Conley Susan P. Conlon Margaret Mary Conner Cynthia Marie Lise Connolly John E. Connolly, Jr. James Lee Connor Jonathan M. Connors Kevin Patrick Connors Kevin F. Conroy Jose Manuel Contreras-Fernandez Brenda E. Conway Dennis Michael Cook Helen D. Cook John A. Cooper Joseph John Coppo, Jr. Gerard J. Coppola Joseph Albert Corbett Alejandro Cordero Robert Cordice Ruben D. Correa Danny A. Correa-Gutierrez James J. Corrigan Carlos Cortes Kevin Cosgrove Dolores Marie Costa Digna Alexandra Costanza Charles Gregory Costello, Jr. Michael S. Costello Conrod K. Cottoy Martin John Coughlan John Gerard Coughlin Timothy J. Coughlin James E. Cove Andre Cox Frederick John Cox James Raymond Coyle Michele Coyle-Eulau Anne Marie Cramer Christopher S. Cramer Denise Elizabeth Crant James Leslie Crawford, Jr. Robert James Crawford Joanne Mary Cregan Lucy Crifasi John A. Crisci Daniel Hal Crisman Dennis Cross Kevin Raymond Crotty Thomas G. Crotty John Crowe Welles Remy Crowther Robert L. Cruikshank John Robert Cruz Grace Yu Cua Kenneth John Cubas Francisco Cruz Cubero Richard J. Cudina Neil James Cudmore Thomas Patrick Cullen lll Joyce Cummings Brian Thomas Cummins Michael Cunningham Robert Curatolo Laurence Damian Curia Paul Dario Curioli Beverly Curry Michael S. Curtin Gavin Cushny John D?Allara Vincent Gerard D?Amadeo Jack D?Ambrosi Mary D?Antonio Edward A. D?Atri Michael D. D?Auria Michael Jude D?Esposito Manuel John Da Mota Caleb Arron Dack Carlos S. DaCosta Joao Alberto DaFonseca Aguiar, Jr. Thomas A. Damaskinos Jeannine Marie Damiani-Jones Patrick W. Danahy Nana Danso Vincent Danz Dwight Donald Darcy Elizabeth Ann Darling Annette Andrea Dataram Lawrence Davidson Michael Allen Davidson Scott Matthew Davidson Titus Davidson Niurka Davila Clinton Davis Wayne Terrial Davis Anthony Richard Dawson Calvin Dawson Edward James Day Jayceryll de Chavez Jennifer De Jesus Monique E. De Jesus Nereida De Jesus Emerita De La Pena Azucena Maria de la Torre David Paul De Rubbio Jemal Legesse De Santis Christian Louis De Simone Melanie Louise De Vere William Thomas Dean Robert J. DeAngelis, Jr. Thomas Patrick DeAngelis Tara E. Debek Anna Marjia DeBin James V. Deblase Paul DeCola Simon Marash Dedvukaj Jason Defazio David A. DeFeo Manuel Del Valle, Jr. Donald Arthur Delapenha Vito Joseph DeLeo Danielle Anne Delie Joseph A. Della Pietra Andrea DellaBella Palmina DelliGatti Colleen Ann Deloughery Francis Albert DeMartini Anthony Demas Martin N. DeMeo Francis Deming Carol K. Demitz Kevin Dennis Thomas F. Dennis Jean DePalma Jose Depena Robert John Deraney Michael DeRienzo Edward DeSimone III Andrew Desperito Cindy Ann Deuel Jerry DeVito Robert P. Devitt, Jr. Dennis Lawrence Devlin Gerard Dewan Sulemanali Kassamali Dhanani Patricia Florence Di Chiaro Debra Ann Di Martino Michael Louis Diagostino Matthew Diaz Nancy Diaz Rafael Arturo Diaz Michael A. Diaz-Piedra III Judith Berquis Diaz-Sierra Joseph Dermot Dickey, Jr. Lawrence Patrick Dickinson Michael D. Diehl John Difato Vincent Difazio Carl Anthony DiFranco Donald Difranco Stephen Patrick Dimino William John Dimmling Marisa DiNardo Schorpp Christopher M. Dincuff Jeffrey Mark Dingle Anthony Dionisio George DiPasquale Joseph Dipilato Douglas Frank DiStefano Ramzi A. Doany John Joseph Doherty Melissa C. Doi Brendan Dolan Neil Matthew Dollard James Joseph Domanico Benilda Pascua Domingo Carlos Dominguez Jerome Mark Patrick Dominguez Kevin W. Donnelly Jacqueline Donovan Stephen Scott Dorf Thomas Dowd Kevin Dowdell Mary Yolanda Dowling Raymond Mathew Downey Frank Joseph Doyle Joseph Michael Doyle Stephen Patrick Driscoll Mirna A. Duarte Michelle Beale Duberry Luke A. Dudek Christopher Michael Duffy Gerard Duffy Michael Joseph Duffy Thomas W. Duffy Antoinette Duger Sareve Dukat Christopher Joseph Dunne Richard Anthony Dunstan Patrick Thomas Dwyer Joseph Anthony Eacobacci John Bruce Eagleson Robert Douglas Eaton Dean Phillip Eberling Margaret Ruth Echtermann Paul Robert Eckna Constantine Economos Dennis Michael Edwards Michael Hardy Edwards Christine Egan Lisa Egan Martin J. Egan, Jr. Michael Egan Samantha Martin Egan Carole Eggert Lisa Caren Ehrlich John Ernst Eichler Eric Adam Eisenberg Daphne Ferlinda Elder Michael J. Elferis Mark Joseph Ellis Valerie Silver Ellis Albert Alfy William Elmarry Edgar Hendricks Emery, Jr. Doris Suk-Yuen Eng Christopher Epps Ulf Ramm Ericson Erwin L. Erker William John Erwin Jose Espinal Fanny Espinoza Bridget Ann Esposito Francis Esposito Michael Esposito William Esposito Ruben Esquilin, Jr. Sadie Ette Barbara G. Etzold Eric Brian Evans Robert Evans Meredith Emily June Ewart Catherine K. Fagan Patricia Mary Fagan Keith George Fairben Sandra Fajardo-Smith William F. 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Fiori John B. Fiorito John R. Fischer Andrew Fisher Bennett Lawson Fisher John Roger Fisher Thomas J. Fisher Lucy A. Fishman Ryan D. Fitzgerald Thomas James Fitzpatrick Richard P. Fitzsimons Salvatore Fiumefreddo Christina Donovan Flannery Eileen Flecha Andre G. Fletcher Carl M. Flickinger John Joseph Florio Joseph Walken Flounders David Fodor Michael N. Fodor Stephen Mark Fogel Thomas Foley David J. Fontana Chih Min Foo Godwin Forde Donald A. Foreman Christopher Hugh Forsythe Claudia Alicia Foster Noel John Foster Ana Fosteris Robert Joseph Foti Jeffrey Fox Virginia Fox Pauline Francis Virgin Francis Gary Jay Frank Morton H. Frank Peter Christopher Frank Richard K. Fraser Kevin J. Frawley Clyde Frazier, Jr. Lillian Inez Frederick Andrew Fredricks Tamitha Freeman Brett Owen Freiman Peter L. Freund Arlene Eva Fried Alan Wayne Friedlander Andrew Keith Friedman Gregg J. Froehner Peter Christian Fry Clement A. 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Lyons Monica Anne Lyons Patrick Lyons Robert Francis Mace Jan Maciejewski Catherine Fairfax Macrae Richard Blaine Madden Simon Maddison Noell Maerz Jennieann Maffeo Joseph Maffeo Jay Robert Magazine Brian Magee Charles Wilson Magee Joseph V. Maggitti Ronald Magnuson Daniel L. Maher Thomas Anthony Mahon William J. Mahoney Joseph Daniel Maio Takashi Makimoto Abdu Ali Malahi Debora I. Maldonado Myrna T. Maldonado-Agosto Alfred Russell Maler Gregory James Malone Edward Francis Maloney III Joseph Maloney Gene Edward Maloy Christian Maltby Francisco Miguel Mancini Joseph Mangano Sara Elizabeth Manley Debra Mannetta Marion Victoria Manning Terence John Manning James Maounis Joseph Ross Marchbanks, Jr. Peter Edward Mardikian Edward Joseph Mardovich Charles Joseph Margiotta Kenneth Joseph Marino Lester V. Marino Vita Marino Kevin Marlo Jose Marrero John Marshall James Martello Michael A. Marti Peter C. Martin William J. Martin, Jr. Brian E. Martineau Betsy Martinez Edward Martinez Jose Angel Martinez, Jr. Robert Gabriel Martinez Victor Martinez Pastrana Lizie D. Martinez-Calderon Paul Richard Martini Joseph A. Mascali Bernard Mascarenhas Stephen Frank Masi Nicholas George Massa Patricia Ann Massari Michael Massaroli Philip William Mastrandrea, Jr. Rudolph Mastrocinque Joseph Mathai Charles Mathers William A. Mathesen Marcello Matricciano Margaret Elaine Mattic Robert D. Mattson Walter Matuza Charles A. Mauro, Jr. Charles J. Mauro Dorothy Mauro Nancy T. Mauro Tyrone May Keithroy Marcellus Maynard Robert J. Mayo Kathy Nancy Mazza Edward Mazzella, Jr. Jennifer Lynn Mazzotta Kaaria Mbaya James Joseph McAlary Brian McAleese Patricia Ann McAneney Colin Robert McArthur John Kevin McAvoy Kenneth M. McBrayer Brendan McCabe Micheal McCabe Thomas McCann Justin McCarthy Kevin M. McCarthy Michael McCarthy Robert McCarthy Stanley McCaskill Katie Marie McCloskey Joan McConnell-Cullinan Charles Austin McCrann Tonyell F. McDay Matthew T. McDermott Joseph P. McDonald Brian Grady McDonnell Michael P. McDonnell John McDowell, Jr. Eamon J. McEneaney John Thomas McErlean, Jr. Daniel Francis McGinley Mark Ryan McGinly William E. McGinn Thomas Henry MCGinnis Michael Gregory McGinty Ann McGovern Scott Martin McGovern William McGovern Stacey Sennas McGowan Francis Noel McGuinn Patrick McGuire Thomas M. McHale Keith McHeffey Ann M. McHugh Denis J. McHugh III Dennis McHugh Michael E. McHugh Robert G. McIlvaine Donald James McIntyre Stephanie Marie McKenna Barry J. McKeon Evelyn C. McKinnedy Darryl Leron McKinney George Patrick McLaughlin, Jr. Robert C. McLaughlin, Jr. Gavin McMahon Robert D. McMahon Edmund McNally Daniel W. McNeal Walter Arthur McNeil Jisley McNish Christine Sheila McNulty Sean Peter McNulty Robert McPadden Terence A. McShane Timothy Patrick McSweeney Martin E. McWilliams Rocco A. Medaglia Abigail Cales Medina Ana Iris Medina Deborah Louise Medwig Damian Meehan William J. Meehan Alok Mehta Raymond Meisenheimer Manuel Emilio Mejia Eskedar Melaku Antonio Melendez Mary Melendez Yelena Melnichenko Stuart Todd Meltzer Diarelia Jovanah Mena Charles Mendez Lizette Mendoza Shevonne Olicia Mentis Steven Mercado Westly Mercer Ralph Joseph Mercurio Alan Harvey Merdinger George L. Merino Yamel Merino George Merkouris Deborah Merrick Raymond Joseph Metz III Jill Ann Metzler David Robert Meyer Nurul H. Miah William Edward Micciulli Martin Paul Michelstein Peter Teague Milano Gregory Milanowycz Lukasz Tomasz Milewski Sharon Christina Millan Corey Peter Miller Craig James Miller Douglas Charles Miller Henry Alfred Miller, Jr. Joel Miller Michael Matthew Miller Philip D. Miller Robert Alan Miller Robert Cromwell Miller, Jr. Benjamin Millman Charles Morris Mills Ronald Keith Milstein Robert Minara William George Minardi Diakite Minata Louis Joseph Minervino Thomas Mingione Wilbert Miraille Dominick N. Mircovich Rajesh Arjan Mirpuri Joseph Mistrulli Susan J. Miszkowicz Paul Thomas Mitchell Richard P. Miuccio Frank V. Moccia, Sr. Louis Joseph Modafferi Boyie Mohammed Dennis Mojica Manuel Mojica Kleber Molina Manuel De Jesus Molina Carl Molinaro Justin Molisani Brian Monaghan Franklin Monahan John Monahan Kristen Montanaro Craig Montano Michael Montesi Jeffrey Montgomery Peter Montoulieu Cheryl Ann Monyak Thomas Moody Sharon Moore Krishna Moorthy Abner Morales Carlos Manuel Morales Luis Morales Paula E. Morales John Moran John Chrisopher Moran Kathleen Moran Lindsay Stapleton Morehouse George Morell Steven P. Morello Vincent S. Morello Yvette Nicole Moreno Dorothy Morgan Richard Morgan Nancy Morgenstern Sanae Mori Blanca Robertina Morocho Leonel Geronimo Morocho Dennis Gerard Moroney Lynne Irene Morris Seth Allan Morris Stephen Philip Morris Christopher Martel Morrison Jorge Luis Morron Garcia Ferdinand V. Morrone William David Moskal Marco Motroni Cynthia Motus-Wilson Iouri A. Mouchinski Jude Joseph Moussa Peter Moutos Damion O?Neil Mowatt Christopher Mozzillo Stephen Vincent Mulderry Richard Muldowney Jr Michael D. Mullan Dennis Michael Mulligan Peter James Mulligan Michael Joseph Mullin James Donald Munhall Nancy Muniz Carlos Munoz Frank Munoz Theresa Munson Robert M. Murach Cesar Augusto Murillo Marc A. Murolo Brian Joseph Murphy Charles Anthony Murphy Christopher W. Murphy Edward Charles Murphy James F. Murphy Iv James Thomas Murphy Kevin James Murphy Patrick Sean Murphy Raymond E. Murphy Robert Eddie Murphy, Jr. John Joseph Murray John Joseph Murray, Jr. Susan D. Murray Valerie Victoria Murray Richard Todd Myhre Robert B. Nagel Takuya Nakamura Alexander Napier Frank Joseph Naples III John Napolitano Catherine Ann Nardella Mario Nardone, Jr. Manika K. Narula Mehmood Naseem Narender Nath Karen Susan Navarro Joseph Micheal Navas Francis Joseph Nazario Glenroy I. Neblett Rayman Marcus Neblett Jerome O. Nedd Laurence Nedell Luke G. Nee Pete Negron Ann N. Nelson David William Nelson James Nelson Michele Ann Nelson Peter Allen Nelson Oscar Francis Nesbitt Gerard Terence Nevins Christopher Newton-Carter Kapinga Ngalula Nancy Yuen Ngo Jody Nichilo Martin S. Niederer Alfonse Joseph Niedermeyer Frank John Niestadt, Jr. Gloria Nieves Juan Nieves, Jr. Troy Edward Nilsen Paul Nimbley John B. Niven Katherine Marie Noack Curtis Terrance Noel Daniel R. Nolan Robert Noonan Daniela R. Notaro Brian Christopher Novotny Soichi Numata Brian Felix Nunez Jose Nunez Jeffrey Roger Nussbaum Dennis O?Berg James P. O?Brien, Jr. Michael P. O?Brien Scott J. O?Brien Timothy Michael O?Brien Daniel O?Callaghan Dennis James O?Connor, Jr. Diana J. O?Connor Keith Kevin O?Connor Richard J. O?Connor Amy O?Doherty Marni Pont O?Doherty James Andrew O?Grady Thomas O?Hagan Patrick J. O?Keefe William O?Keefe Gerald O?leary Matthew Timothy O?Mahony Peter J. O?Neill, Jr. Sean Gordon O?Neill Kevin O?Rourke Patrick J. O?Shea Robert William O?Shea Timothy F. O?Sullivan James A. Oakley Douglas E. Oelschlager Takashi Ogawa Albert Ogletree Philip Paul Ognibene Joseph J. Ogren Samuel Oitice Gerald Michael Olcott Christine Anne Olender Linda Mary Oliva Edward Kraft Oliver Leah E. Oliver Eric T. Olsen Jeffrey James Olsen Maureen Lyons Olson Steven John Olson Toshihiro Onda Seamus L. O?Neal John P. Oneill Frank Oni Michael C. Opperman Christopher Orgielewicz Margaret Orloske Virginia Anne Ormiston Ronald Orsini Peter Ortale Juan Ortega-Campos Alexander Ortiz David Ortiz Emilio Ortiz, Jr. Pablo Ortiz Paul Ortiz, Jr. Sonia Ortiz Masaru Ose Elsy C. Osorio James R. Ostrowski Jason Douglas Oswald Michael Otten Isidro D. Ottenwalder Michael Chung Ou Todd Joseph Ouida Jesus Ovalles Peter J. Owens, Jr. Adianes Oyola Angel M. Pabon Israel Pabon, Jr. Roland Pacheco Michael Benjamin Packer Rene Padilla-Chavarria Deepa Pakkala Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo Thomas Palazzo Richard Palazzolo Orio J. Palmer Frank Anthony Palombo Alan N. Palumbo Christopher Matthew Panatier Dominique Lisa Pandolfo Paul J. Pansini John M. Paolillo Edward Joseph Papa Salvatore T. Papasso James Nicholas Pappageorge Vinod Kumar Parakat Vijayashanker Paramsothy Nitin Parandkar Hardai Parbhu James Wendell Parham Debra Marie Paris George Paris Gye Hyong Park Philip Lacey Parker Michael Alaine Parkes Robert E. Parks, Jr. Hashmukhrai C. Parmar Robert Parro Diane Marie Parsons Leobardo Lopez Pascual Michael Pascuma Jerrold Paskins Horace Robert Passananti Suzanne H. Passaro Avnish Ramanbhai Patel Dipti Patel Manish Patel Steven Bennett Paterson James Matthew Patrick Manuel D. Patrocino Bernard E. Patterson Cira Marie Patti Robert E. Pattison James Robert Paul Patrice Paz Victor Paz-Gutierrez Stacey Lynn Peak Richard Allen Pearlman Durrell V. Pearsall Thomas Pedicini Todd Douglas Pelino Michel Adrian Pelletier Anthony G. Peluso Angel Ramon Pena Richard Al Penny Salvatore F. Pepe Carl Peralta Robert David Peraza Jon A. Perconti Alejo Perez Angel Perez, Jr. Angela Susan Perez Anthony Perez Ivan Perez Nancy E. Perez Joseph John Perroncino Edward J. Perrotta Emelda H. Perry Glenn C. Perry John William Perry Franklin Allan Pershep Danny Pesce Michael John Pescherine Davin Peterson William Russell Peterson Mark Petrocelli Philip Scott Petti Glen Kerrin Pettit Dominick Pezzulo Kaleen Elizabeth Pezzuti Kevin Pfeifer Tu-Anh Pham Kenneth Phelan Sneha Ann Philips Gerard Phillips Suzette Eugenia Piantieri Ludwig John Picarro Matthew M. Picerno Joseph Oswald Pick Christopher Pickford Dennis J. Pierce Bernard Pietronico Nicholas P. Pietrunti Theodoros Pigis Susan Elizabeth Pinto Joseph Piskadlo Christopher Todd Pitman Joshua Piver Joseph Plumitallo John Pocher William Howard Pohlmann Laurence Polatsch Thomas H. Polhemus Steve Pollicino Susan M. Pollio Joshua Iousa Poptean Giovanna Porras Anthony Portillo James Edward Potorti Daphne Pouletsos Richard N. Poulos Stephen Emanual Poulos Brandon Jerome Powell Shawn Edward Powell Antonio Pratt Gregory M. Preziose Wanda Ivelisse Prince Vincent Princiotta Kevin Prior Everett Martin Proctor III Carrie Beth Progen Sarah Prothero-Redheffer David Lee Pruim Richard Prunty John Foster Puckett Robert David Pugliese Edward F. Pullis Patricia Ann Puma Hemanth Kumar Puttur Edward R. Pykon Christopher Quackenbush Lars Peter Qualben Lincoln Quappe Beth Ann Quigley Michael Quilty James Francis Quinn Ricardo J. Quinn Carlos Quishpe-Cuaman Carol Millicent Rabalais Christopher Peter A. Racaniello Leonard J. Ragaglia Eugene Raggio Laura Marie Ragonese-Snik Michael Ragusa Peter Frank Raimondi Harry A. Raines Ehtesham Raja Valsa Raju Edward Rall Lukas Rambousek Maria Ramirez Harry Ramos Vishnoo Ramsaroop Lorenzo E. Ramzey Alfred Todd Rancke Adam David Rand Jonathan C. Randall Srinivasa Shreyas Ranganath Anne T. Ransom Faina Aronovna Rapoport Robert A. Rasmussen Amenia Rasool Roger Mark Rasweiler David Alan Rathkey William Ralph Raub Gerard P. Rauzi Alexey Razuvaev Gregory Reda Michele Reed Judith Ann Reese Donald J. Regan Robert M. Regan Thomas Michael Regan Christian Michael Otto Regenhard Howard Reich Gregg Reidy James Brian Reilly Kevin O. Reilly Timothy E. Reilly Joseph Reina, Jr. Thomas Barnes Reinig Frank Bennett Reisman Joshua Scott Reiss Karen Renda John Armand Reo Richard Cyril Rescorla John Thomas Resta Luis Clodoaldo Revilla Eduvigis Reyes, Jr. Bruce Albert Reynolds John Frederick Rhodes Francis Saverio Riccardelli Rudolph N. Riccio Ann Marie Riccoboni David H. Rice Eileen Mary Rice Kenneth Frederick Rice III Vernon Allan Richard Claude Daniel Richards Gregory David Richards Michael Richards Venesha Orintia Richards James C. Riches Alan Jay Richman John M. Rigo Theresa Risco Rose Mary Riso Moises N. Rivas Joseph Rivelli Carmen Alicia Rivera Isaias Rivera Juan William Rivera Linda Ivelisse Rivera David E. Rivers Joseph R. Riverso Paul V. Rizza John Frank Rizzo Stephen Louis Roach Joseph Roberto Leo Arthur Roberts Michael Roberts Michael Edward Roberts Donald Walter Robertson, Jr. Catherina Robinson Jeffery Robinson Michell Lee Jean Robotham Donald A. Robson Antonio A. Rocha Raymond James Rocha Laura Rockefeller John Rodak Antonio J. Rodrigues Anthony Rodriguez Carmen Milagros Rodriguez Gregory Ernesto Rodriguez Marsha A. Rodriguez Mayra Valdes Rodriguez Richard Rodriguez David Bartolo Rodriguez-Vargas Matthew Rogan Karlie Barbara Rogers Scott Williams Rohner Keith Roma Joseph M. Romagnolo Efrain Romero, Sr. Elvin Romero Juan Romero Orozco James A. Romito Sean Paul Rooney Eric Thomas Ropiteau Aida Rosario Angela Rosario Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford Mark Rosen Brooke David Rosenbaum Linda Rosenbaum Sheryl Lynn Rosenbaum Lloyd Daniel Rosenberg Mark Louis Rosenberg Andrew Ira Rosenblum Joshua M. Rosenblum Joshua Alan Rosenthal Richard David Rosenthal Daniel Rosetti Norman S. Rossinow Nicholas P. Rossomando Michael Craig Rothberg Donna Marie Rothenberg Nicholas Rowe Timothy Alan Roy, Sr. Paul G. Ruback Ronald J. Ruben Joanne Rubino David M. Ruddle Bart Joseph Ruggiere Susan A. Ruggiero Adam Keith Ruhalter Gilbert Ruiz Obdulio Ruiz Diaz Stephen P. Russell Steven Harris Russin Michael Thomas Russo, Sr. Wayne Alan Russo Edward Ryan John Joseph Ryan, Jr. Jonathan Stephan Ryan Matthew Lancelot Ryan Tatiana Ryjova Christina Sunga Ryook Thierry Saada Jason Elazar Sabbag Thomas E. Sabella Scott Saber Joseph Francis Sacerdote Neeraha Sadaranghgani Mohammad Ali Sadeque Francis John Sadocha Jude Safi Brock Joel Safronoff Edward Saiya John Patrick Salamone Hernando Salas Juan G. Salas Esmerlin Antonio Salcedo John Salvatore Salerno, Jr. Richard L. Salinardi, Jr. Wayne John Saloman Nolbert Salomon Catherine Patricia Salter Frank Salvaterra Paul Richard Salvio Samuel Robert Salvo, Jr. Rena Sam-Dinnoo Carlos Alberto Samaniego James Kenneth Samuel, Jr. Michael San Phillip Sylvia San Pio Hugo M. Sanay Erick Sanchez Jacquelyn Patrice Sanchez Eric M. Sand Stacey Leigh Sanders Herman S. Sandler James Sands, Jr. Ayleen J. Santiago Kirsten Santiago Maria Theresa Santillan Susan Gayle Santo Christopher Santora John A. Santore Mario L. Santoro Rafael Humberto Santos Rufino Conrado Flores Santos Iii Jorge Octavio Santos Anaya Kalyan Sarkar Chapelle R. Sarker Paul F. Sarle Deepika Kumar Sattaluri Gregory Thomas Saucedo Susan M. Sauer Anthony Savas Vladimir Savinkin Jackie Sayegh John Michael Sbarbaro Robert L. Scandole, Jr. Michelle Scarpitta Dennis Scauso John Albert Schardt John G. Scharf Frederick Claude Scheffold, Jr. Angela Susan Scheinberg Scott Mitchell Schertzer Sean Schielke Steven Francis Schlag Jon Schlissel Karen Helene Schmidt Ian Schneider Thomas G. Schoales Frank G. Schott, Jr. Gerard Patrick Schrang Jeffrey H. Schreier John T. Schroeder Susan Lee Schuler Edward William Schunk Mark E. Schurmeier Clarin Shellie Schwartz John Burkhart Schwartz Mark Schwartz Adriane Victoria Scibetta Raphael Scorca Randolph Scott Sheila Scott Christopher Jay Scudder Arthur Warren Scullin Michael Herman Seaman Margaret M. Seeliger Anthony Segarra Carlos Segarra Jason Sekzer Matthew Carmen Sellitto Howard Selwyn Larry John Senko Arturo Angelo Sereno Frankie Serrano Alena Sesinova Adele Christine Sessa Sita Nermalla Sewnarine Karen Lynn Seymour Davis Sezna Thomas Joseph Sgroi Jayesh S. Shah Khalid M. Shahid Mohammed Shajahan Gary Shamay Earl Richard Shanahan Neil Shastri Kathryn Anne Shatzoff Barbara A. Shaw Jeffrey James Shaw Robert John Shay, Jr. Daniel James Shea Joseph Patrick Shea Linda Sheehan Hagay Shefi John Anthony Sherry Atsushi Shiratori Thomas Joseph Shubert Mark Shulman See Wong Shum Allan Abraham Shwartzstein Johanna Sigmund Dianne T. Signer Gregory Sikorsky Stephen Gerard Siller David Silver Craig A. Silverstein Nasima Hameed Simjee Bruce Edward Simmons Arthur Simon Kenneth Alan Simon Michael J. Simon Paul Joseph Simon Marianne Teresa Simone Barry Simowitz Jeff Lyal Simpson Khamladai Singh Kulwant Singh Roshan Ramesh Singh Thomas E. Sinton III Peter A. Siracuse Muriel Fay Siskopoulos Joseph Michael Sisolak John P. Skala Francis Joseph Skidmore, Jr. Toyena Skinner Paul A. Skrzypek Christopher Paul Slattery Vincent Robert Slavin Robert F. Sliwak Paul K. Sloan Stanley S. Smagala, Jr. Wendy L. Small Catherine Smith Daniel Laurence Smith George Eric Smith James Gregory Smith Jeffrey R. Smith Joyce Patricia Smith Karl T. Smith Keisha Smith Kevin Joseph Smith Leon Smith, Jr. Moira Ann Smith Rosemary A. Smith Bonnie Jeanne Smithwick Rochelle Monique Snell Leonard J. Snyder, Jr. Astrid Elizabeth Sohan Sushil S. Solanki Ruben Solares Naomi Leah Solomon Daniel W. Song Michael Charles Sorresse Fabian Soto Timothy Patrick Soulas Gregory Spagnoletti Donald F. Spampinato, Jr. Thomas Sparacio John Anthony Spataro Robert W. Spear, Jr. Maynard S. Spence, Jr. George Edward Spencer III Robert Andrew Spencer Mary Rubina Sperando Tina Spicer Frank Spinelli William E. Spitz Joseph Spor, Jr. Klaus Johannes Sprockamp Saranya Srinuan Fitzroy St. Rose Michael F. Stabile Lawrence T. Stack Timothy M. Stackpole Richard James Stadelberger Eric Stahlman Gregory Stajk Alexandru Liviu Stan Corina Stan Mary Domenica Stanley Anthony Starita Jeffrey Stark Derek James Statkevicus Craig William Staub William V. Steckman Eric Thomas Steen William R. Steiner Alexander Steinman Andrew Stergiopoulos Andrew Stern Martha Stevens Michael James Stewart Richard H. Stewart, Jr. Sanford M. Stoller Lonny Jay Stone Jimmy Nevill Storey Timothy Stout Thomas Strada James J. Straine, Jr. Edward W. Straub George J. Strauch, Jr. Edward T. Strauss Steven R. Strauss Steven F. Strobert Walwyn W. Stuart, Jr. Benjamin Suarez David Scott Suarez Ramon Suarez Yoichi Sugiyama William Christopher Sugra Daniel Suhr David Marc Sullins Christopher P. Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Thomas Sullivan Hilario Soriano Sumaya, Jr. James Joseph Suozzo Colleen Supinski Robert Sutcliffe Seline Sutter Claudia Suzette Sutton John Francis Swaine Kristine M. Swearson Brian Edward Sweeney Kenneth J. Swenson Thomas Swift Derek Ogilvie Sword Kevin Thomas Szocik Gina Sztejnberg Norbert P. Szurkowski Harry Taback Joann Tabeek Norma C. Taddei Michael Taddonio Keiichiro Takahashi Keiji Takahashi Phyllis Gail Talbot Robert Talhami Sean Patrick Tallon Paul Talty Maurita Tam Rachel Tamares Hector Tamayo Michael Andrew Tamuccio Kenichiro Tanaka Rhondelle Cheri Tankard Michael Anthony Tanner Dennis Gerard Taormina, Jr. Kenneth Joseph Tarantino Allan Tarasiewicz Ronald Tartaro Darryl Anthony Taylor Donnie Brooks Taylor Lorisa Ceylon Taylor Michael Morgan Taylor Paul A. Tegtmeier Yeshauant Tembe Anthony Tempesta Dorothy Pearl Temple Stanley Temple David Tengelin Brian John Terrenzi Lisa M. Terry Shell Tester Goumatie T. Thackurdeen Sumati Thakur Harshad Sham Thatte Thomas F. Theurkauf, Jr. Lesley Anne Thomas Brian Thomas Thompson Clive Thompson Glenn Thompson Nigel Bruce Thompson Perry A. Thompson Vanavah Alexei Thompson William H. Thompson Eric Raymond Thorpe Nichola Angela Thorpe Sal Edward Tieri, Jr. John p Tierney Mary Ellen Tiesi William R. Tieste Kenneth Francis Tietjen Stephen Edward Tighe Scott Charles Timmes Michael E. Tinley Jennifer M. Tino Robert Frank Tipaldi John James Tipping II David Tirado Hector Luis Tirado, Jr. Michelle Lee Titolo John J. Tobin Richard Todisco Vladimir Tomasevic Stephen Kevin Tompsett Thomas Tong Doris Torres Luis Eduardo Torres Amy Elizabeth Toyen Christopher Michael Traina Daniel Patrick Trant Abdoul Karim Traore Glenn J. Travers Walter Philip Travers Felicia Y. Traylor-Bass Lisa L. Trerotola Karamo Trerra Michael Angel Trinidad Francis Joseph Trombino Gregory James Trost William P. Tselepis Zhanetta Valentinovna Tsoy Michael Tucker Lance Richard Tumulty Ching Ping Tung Simon James Turner Donald Joseph Tuzio Robert T. Twomey Jennifer Tzemis John G. Ueltzhoeffer Tyler V. Ugolyn Michael A. Uliano Jonathan J. Uman Anil Shivhari Umarkar Allen V. Upton Diane Marie Urban John Damien Vaccacio Bradley Hodges Vadas Renuta Vaidea William Valcarcel Felix Antonio Vale Ivan Vale Benito Valentin Santos Valentin, Jr. Carlton Francis Valvo II Erica H. Van Acker Kenneth W. Van Auken Richard B. Van Hine Daniel M. Van Laere Edward Raymond Vanacore Jon C. Vandevander Barrett Vanvelzer, 4 Edward Vanvelzer Paul Herman Vanvelzer Frederick Thomas Varacchi Gopalakrishnan Varadhan David Vargas Scott C. Vasel Azael Ismael Vasquez Arcangel Vazquez Santos Vazquez Peter Anthony Vega Sankara S. Velamuri Jorge Velazquez Lawrence G. Veling Anthony Mark Ventura David Vera Loretta Ann Vero Christopher James Vialonga Matthew Gilbert Vianna Robert Anthony Vicario Celeste Torres Victoria Joanna Vidal John T. Vigiano II Joseph Vincent Vigiano Frank J. Vignola, Jr. Joseph Barry Vilardo Sergio Villanueva Chantal Vincelli Melissa Vincent Francine Ann Virgilio Lawrence Virgilio Joseph Gerard Visciano Joshua S. Vitale Maria Percoco Vola Lynette D. Vosges Garo H. Voskerijian Alfred Vukosa Gregory Kamal Bruno Wachtler Gabriela Waisman Courtney Wainsworth Walcott Victor Wald Benjamin James Walker Glen Wall Mitchel Scott Wallace Peter Guyder Wallace Robert Francis Wallace Roy Michael Wallace Jeanmarie Wallendorf Matthew Blake Wallens John Wallice, Jr. Barbara P. Walsh James Henry Walsh Jeffrey P. Walz Ching Wang Weibin Wang Michael Warchola Stephen Gordon Ward James Arthur Waring Brian G. Warner Derrick Washington Charles Waters James Thomas Waters, Jr. Patrick J. Waters Kenneth Thomas Watson Michael Henry Waye Todd Christopher Weaver Walter Edward Weaver Nathaniel Webb Dinah Webster Joanne Flora Weil Michael T. Weinberg Steven Weinberg Scott Jeffrey Weingard Steven George Weinstein Simon Weiser David M. Weiss David Thomas Weiss Vincent Michael Wells Timothy Matthew Welty Christian Hans Rudolf Wemmers Ssu-Hui Wen Oleh D. Wengerchuk Peter M. West Whitfield West, Jr. Meredith Lynn Whalen Eugene Whelan Adam S. White Edward James White III James Patrick White John Sylvester White Kenneth Wilburn White, Jr. Leonard Anthony White Malissa Y. White Wayne White Leanne Marie Whiteside Mark P. Whitford Michael T. Wholey Mary Catherine Wieman Jeffrey David Wiener Wilham J. Wik Alison Marie Wildman Glenn E. Wilkenson John C. Willett Brian Patrick Williams Crossley Richard Williams, Jr. David J. Williams Deborah Lynn Williams Kevin Michael Williams Louie Anthony Williams Louis Calvin Williams III John P. Williamson Donna Ann Wilson William Wilson David Harold Winton Glenn J. Winuk Thomas Francis Wise Alan L. Wisniewski Frank Thomas Wisniewski David Wiswall Sigrid Wiswe Michael Wittenstein Christopher W. Wodenshek Martin P. Wohlforth Katherine Susan Wolf Jennifer Yen Wong Siu Cheung Wong Yin Ping Wong Yuk Ping Wong Brent James Woodall James John Woods Patrick J. Woods Richard Herron Woodwell David Terence Wooley John Bentley Works Martin Michael Wortley Rodney James Wotton William Wren John Wayne Wright Neil Robin Wright Sandra Lee Wright Jupiter Yambem Suresh Yanamadala Matthew David Yarnell Myrna Yaskulka Shakila Yasmin Olabisi Shadie Layeni Yee William Yemele Edward P. York Kevin Patrick York Raymond R. York Suzanne Youmans Barrington Young Jacqueline Young Elkin Yuen Joseph C. Zaccoli Adel Agayby Zakhary Arkady Zaltsman Edwin J. Zambrana, Jr. Robert Alan Zampieri Mark Zangrilli Ira Zaslow Kenneth Albert Zelman Abraham J. Zelmanowitz Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl Zhe Zeng Marc Scott Zeplin Jie Yao Justin Zhao Ivelin Ziminski Michael Joseph Zinzi Charles A. Zion Julie Lynne Zipper Salvatore Zisa Prokopios Paul Zois Joseph J. Zuccala Andrew S. Zucker Igor Zukelman

List of Victims on American Airlines Flight 11

Anna Allison David Lawrence Angell Lynn Edwards Angell Seima Aoyama Barbara Jean Arestegui Myra Joy Aronson Christine Barbuto Carolyn Beug Kelly Ann Booms Carol Marie Bouchard Robin Lynne Kaplan Neilie Anne Heffernan Casey Jeffrey Dwayne Collman Jeffrey W. Coombs Tara Kathleen Creamer Thelma Cuccinello Patrick Currivan Brian Paul Dale David Dimeglio Donald Americo Ditullio Alberto Dominguez Paige Marie Farley-Hackel Alexander Milan Filipov Carol Ann Flyzik Paul J. Friedman Karleton D.B. Fyfe Peter Alan Gay Linda M. George Edmund Glazer Lisa Reinhart Gordenstein Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green Peter Paul Hashem Robert Jay Hayes Edward R. Hennessy, Jr. John A. Hofer Cora Hidalgo Holland John Nicholas Humber, Jr. Waleed Joseph Iskandar John Charles Jenkins Charles Edward Jones Barbara A. Keating David P. Kovalcin Judith Camilla Larocque Natalie Janis Lasden Daniel John Lee Daniel M. Lewin Sara Elizabeth Low Susan A. Mackay Karen Ann Martin Thomas F. McGuinness, Jr. Christopher D. Mello Jeffrey Peter Mladenik Carlos Alberto Montoya Antonio Jesus Montoya Valdes Laura Lee Morabito Mildred Naiman Laurie Ann Neira Renee Lucille Newell Kathleen Ann Nicosia Jacqueline June Norton Robert Grant Norton John Ogonowski Betty Ann Ong Jane M. Orth Thomas Nicholas Pecorelli Berinthia B. Perkins Sonia M. Puopolo David E. Retik Jean Destrehan Roger Philip Martin Rosenzweig Richard Barry Ross Jessica Leigh Sachs Rahma Salie Heather Lee Smith Dianne Bullis Snyder Douglas Joel Stone Xavier Suarez Madeline Amy Sweeney Michael Theodoridis James Anthony Trentini Mary Barbara Trentini Pendyala Vamsikrishna Mary Alice Wahlstrom Kenneth Waldie John Joseph Wenckus Candace Lee Williams Christopher Rudolph Zarba, Jr.

List of Victims on United Airlines Flight 175

Alona Abraham Garnet Edward Bailey Mark Lawrence Bavis Graham Andrew Berkeley Touri Bolourchi Klaus Bothe Daniel Raymond Brandhorst David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst John Brett Cahill Christoffer Mikael Carstanjen John J. Corcoran III Dorothy Alma de Araujo Ana Gloria Pocasangre Debarrera Robert John Fangman Lisa Anne Frost Ronald Gamboa Lynn Catherine Goodchild Peter M. Goodrich Douglas Alan Gowell Francis Edward Grogan Carl Max Hammond, Jr. Christine Lee Hanson Peter Burton Hanson Susan Kim Hanson Gerald Francis Hardacre Eric Hartono James Edward Hayden Herbert Wilson Homer Michael Robert Horrocks Robert Adrien Jalbert Amy N. Jarret Ralph Kershaw Heinrich Kimmig Amy R. King Brian Kinney Kathryn L. LaBorie Robert G. Leblanc Maclovio Lopez, Jr. Marianne Macfarlane Alfred Gilles Marchand Louis Mariani Juliana McCourt Ruth Magdaline McCourt Wolfgang Peter Menzel Shawn M. Nassaney Marie Pappalardo Patrick J. Quigley IV Frederick Charles Rimmele III James Roux Jesus Sanchez Victor J. Saracini Mary Kathleen Shearer Robert M. Shearer Jane Louise Simpkin Brian David Sweeney Michael C. Tarrou Alicia N. Titus Timothy Ray Ward William Michael Weems

List of Victims at the Pentagon (Not Including Flight 77)

SPC Craig S. Amundson, USA YN3 Melissa Rose Barnes, USN MSG Max J. Beilke, Retired IT2 Kris Romeo Bishundat, USN Carrie R. Blagburn COL Canfield D. Boone, ARNG Donna M. Bowen Allen P. Boyle ET3 Christopher L. Burford, USN ET3 Daniel M. Caballero, USN SFC Jose O. Calderon-Olmedo, USA Angelene C. Carter Sharon A. Carver SFC John J. Chada, USA, Retired Rosa Maria Chapa Julian T. Cooper LCDR Eric A. Cranford, USN Ada M. Davis CAPT Gerald F. DeConto, USN LTC Jerry D. Dickerson, USA IT1 Johnnie Doctor, Jr., USN CAPT Robert E. Dolan, Jr., USN CDR William H. Donovan, USN CDR Patrick Dunn, USN AG1 Edward T. Earhart, USN LCDR Robert R. Elseth, USNR SK3 Jamie L. Fallon, USN Amelia V. Fields Gerald P. Fisher AG2 Matthew M. Flocco, USN Sandra N. Foster CAPT Lawrence D. Getzfred, USN Cortez Ghee Brenda C. Gibson COL Ronald F. Golinski, USA, Retired Diane Hale-McKinzy Carolyn B. Halmon Sheila M.S. Hein ET1 Ronald J. Hemenway, USN MAJ Wallace Cole Hogan, Jr., USA SSG Jimmie I. Holley, USA, Retired Angela M. Houtz Brady Kay Howell Peggie M. Hurt LTC Stephen N. Hyland, Jr., USA Lt Col Robert J. Hymel, USAF, Retired SGM Lacey B. Ivory, USA LTC Dennis M. Johnson, USA Judith L. Jones Brenda Kegler LT Michael S. Lamana, USN David W. Laychak Samantha L. Lightbourn-Allen MAJ Stephen V. Long, USA James T. Lynch, Jr. Terence M. Lynch OS2 Nehamon Lyons IV, USN Shelley A. Marshall Teresa M. Martin Ada L. Mason-Acker LTC Dean E. Mattson, USA LTG Timothy J. Maude, USA Robert J. Maxwell Molly L. McKenzie Patricia E. Mickley MAJ Ronald D. Milam, USA Gerard P. Moran, Jr. Odessa V. Morris ET1 Brian A. Moss, USN Teddington H. Moy LCDR Patrick J. Murphy, USNR Khang Ngoc Nguyen DM2 Michael A. Noeth, USN Ruben S. Ornedo Diana B. Padro LT Jonas M. Panik, USNR MAJ Clifford L. Patterson, Jr., USA LT Darin H. Pontell, USNR Scott Powell CAPT Jack D. Punches, USN, Retired AW1 Joseph J. Pycior, Jr., USN Deborah A. Ramsaur Rhonda Sue Rasmussen IT1 Marsha D. Ratchford, USN Martha M. Reszke Cecelia E. (Lawson) Richard Edward V. Rowenhorst Judy Rowlett SGM Robert E. Russell, USA, Retired CW4 William R. Ruth, ARNG Charles E. Sabin, Sr. Marjorie C. Salamone COL David M. Scales, USA CDR Robert A. Schlegel, USN Janice M. Scott LTC Michael L. Selves, USA, Retired Marian H. Serva CDR Dan F. Shanower, USN Antionette M. Sherman Diane M. Simmons Cheryle D. Sincock ITC Gregg H. Smallwood, USN LTC Gary F. Smith, USA, Retired Patricia J. Statz Edna L. Stephens SGM Larry L. Strickland, USA LTC Kip P. Taylor, USA Sandra C. Taylor LTC Karl W. Teepe, USA, Retired SGT Tamara C. Thurman, USA LCDR Otis V. Tolbert, USN SSG Willie Q. Troy, USA, Retired LCDR Ronald J. Vauk, USNR LTC Karen J. Wagner, USA Meta L. (Fuller) Waller SPC Chin Sun Pak Wells, USA SSG Maudlyn A. White, USA Sandra L. White Ernest M. Willcher LCDR David L. Williams, USN MAJ Dwayne Williams, USA RMC Marvin Roger Woods, USN, Retired IT2 Kevin W. Yokum, USN ITC Donald M. Young, USN Edmond G. Young, Jr. Lisa L. Young

List of Victims on American Airlines Flight 77

Paul W. Ambrose Yeneneh Betru Mary Jane Booth Bernard C. Brown, II CAPT Charles F. Burlingame III, USNR, Retired Suzanne M. Calley William E. Caswell David M. Charlebois Sarah M. Clark Asia S. Cottom James D. Debeuneure Rodney Dickens Eddie A. Dillard LCDR Charles A. Droz III, USN, Retired Barbara G. Edwards Charles S. Falkenberg Dana Falkenberg Zoe Falkenberg J. Joseph Ferguson Darlene E. Flagg RADM Wilson F. Flagg, USNR, Retired 1stLt Richard P. Gabriel, USMC, Retired Ian J. Gray Stanley R. Hall Michele M. Heidenberger Bryan C. Jack Steven D. Jacoby Ann C. Judge Chandler R. Keller Yvonne E. Kennedy Norma Cruz Khan Karen Ann Kincaid Dong Chul Lee Jennifer Lewis Kenneth E. Lewis Renee A. May Dora Marie Menchaca Christopher C. Newton Barbara K. Olson Ruben S. Ornedo Robert Penninger Robert R. Ploger III Zandra F. Ploger Lisa J. Raines Todd H. Reuben John P. Sammartino George W. Simmons Donald D. Simmons Mari-Rae Sopper Robert Speisman Norma Lang Steuerle Hilda E. Taylor Leonard E. Taylor Sandra D. Teague Leslie A. Whittington CAPT John D. Yamnicky, Sr., USN, Retired Vicki Yancey Shuyin Yang Yuguag Zheng

List of Victims on United Airlines Flight 93

Christian Adams Lorraine G. Bay Todd Beamer Alan Beaven Mark K. Bingham Deora Frances Bodley Sandra W. Bradshaw Marion Britton Thomas E. Burnett Jr. William Cashman Georgine Rose Corrigan Patricia Cushing Jason Dahl Joseph Deluca Patrick Driscoll Edward Porter Felt Jane C. Folger Colleen Fraser Andrew Garcia Jeremy Glick Lauren Grandcolas Wanda A. Green Donald F. Greene Linda Gronlund Richard Guadagno Leroy Homer, Jr. Toshiya Kuge CeeCee Lyles Hilda Marcin Waleska Martinez Nicole Miller Louis J. Nacke, II Donald Arthur Peterson Jean Hoadley Peterson Mark Rothenberg Christine Snyder John Talignani Honor Elizabeth Wainio Deborah Ann Jacobs Welsh Kristin Gould White