Fmr NY Gov. George Pataki, Don King, Lt. Col. Allen West, and Al Zucaro to Headline Today’s Edition of The Mangru Report September 11, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews, News.
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As part of our 9/11 commemorative episode of The Mangru Report we will offer you very different perspectives on the events and how they’ve shaped our nation and each other.
First, we’ll be joined by former New York Governor George Pataki, who will recount the events of that tragic morning. He will discuss why 9/11 is still relevant today, whether we should have a “Ground Zero Mosque”, and why it has taken so long to rebuild on Ground Zero.
Then, we’ll sit down with legendary boxing promoter and American Patriot, Don King. King will share why 9/11 hits us all personally, how he helped New York City move forward after 9/11, why it’s important to understand other cultures, lessons to be learned from 9/11, and why we must never take freedom for granted.
Next, we’ll be joined by Lt. Col. (Ret.) Allen West who served in Iraq and was an informal military advisor to the Afghanistan government. West will explain why we can’t fight a “War on Terror”, why it’s necessary to properly identify our cause and our enemy, and why this war is ultimately one that we can win.
Finally, we’ll speak with Al Zucaro of The World Trade Center Association and World Trade Center Palm Beach. Zucaro will discuss the business vision behind the Twin Towers as a global trade hub, how the World Trade Center Association has still kept global trade strong with now over 300 World Trade Centers across the globe, the safety of the Freedom Tower, and plans to rebuild New York City.
Today, as we mourn those we lost, pray with those that were left behind, and pay thanks to those that work to keep us all safe, join us today at 5:30 p.m. on Fox Business (Dish 206, DirecTV 359, AT&T 211, Verizon 117) for what we hope to you will consider an honest and introspective look at the event that has changed our lives forever.