“I can’t believe this was eleven years ago today,” began Sean on Tuesday, “Do you remember where you were that day, I sure do.” “There have been forty or fifty attempts to attack America since then,” continued Hannity, “We have the best military and the best intelligence but that doesn’t mean they’re perfect and I don’t think the intensity of those that want to kill us has gone away.” All of this is on the heals of reports that the White House has rejected requests by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet with President Obama while he’s visiting the United States. “You’ve got to be kidding me,” opined Hannity, “This is the first time that the Prime Minister has visited the United States without meeting with the President.” While it’s not clear why President Obama doesn’t have time to meet with Netanyahu, it is clear that the United States needs as many allies as it can find in this war on terror. To listen to Sean's opening tribute to 9-11, click here.
The Future of American Security
Zuhdi Jasser, author of “ A Battle for the Soul of Islam” and Pamela Geller, author of the book, “ Stop The Islamization of America” to discuss the future of America. “I’m afraid that, as time goes on, I’m worried we have forgotten in some ways,” began Hannity. “Not only have we forgotten but we have no clear purpose,” responded Geller, “We’ve seen repeated attacks by Afghan soldiers that we’re training and yet we didn’t have these attacks under President Bush, because, as Osama Bin-Laden has said, the world loves a strong horse and we’re clearly not a strong horse.” “We’ve truly had no policy,” offered Jasser, “Nobody knows the Obama doctrine and it seems we’re just using a whack-a-mole strategy.” “We need clarity like President Reagan had when he called the Soviets the “Evil Empire,” continued Jasser. “We can ’t do that,” sarcastically answered Hannity, “It would inflame tensions.” In all of these conversations, one thing is clear; America needs leaders who aren’t afraid to do what’s right.
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Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Sean was joined by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to remember the events of 9-11. “Take me back to that day,” remembered Hannity, “Where were you when you first heard what happened.” “I was on 56th street having breakfast,” recalled the former Mayor, “It was a beautiful day and police had told me that a twin-engine plane had hit the north tower and I looked up at the sky and thought it was too beautiful a day for this to have been an accident.” “When did you first talk to President Bush,” asked Hannity. “I called the White House and was told they were being evacuated,” remembered Giuliani, “I remember when I saw the President on September 14th, he asked me what I could do to help, and I said to him, When you catch Bin-Laden, I want you to let me execute him, now I don’t know that I wanted to actually execute him but I’m not sure where that came from.” Certainly, Mayor Giu liani was a leader in the days and months after 9-11 and it’s important that we continue to remember the lessons from that tragedy and apply them to the future.
Rudolph William Louis "Rudy" Giuliani (pronounced /ˈruːdi ˌdʒuːliːˈɑːni/ ;  born May 28, 1944) is an American lawyer , businessman and politician from New York . He served as Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001. A Democrat and Independent in the 1970s, and a Republican since the 1980s, Giuliani served in the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York , eventually becoming U.S. Attorney . He prosecuted a number of high-profile cases, including ones against organized crime and Wall Street financiers . Giuliani served two terms as Mayor of New York City, having run on the Republican and Liberal lines. He was credited with initiating improvements in the city's quality of life and with a reduction in crime. He ran for the United States Senate in 2000 but withdrew due to being diagnosed with prostate cancer and revelations about his personal life. Giuliani gained international... More >