September 11, 2001: A horrendous day in US history. The World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon were attacked. If not for the brave souls aboard Flight 93, the White House would have been attacked as well. Whereas Pearl Harbor was our parents' day of infamy, this was my generation's unforgettable where-were-you day. The History Channel has a timeline (http://www.history.com/topics/9-11-timeline) and video of events Fourteen years later, 9/11 is fading from memory and lessons learned in the days followinG are being forgotten. One such example is this report (http://dailycaller.com/2015/09/11/video-college-students-blame-bush-economics-for-911-video/) by the Young America's Foundation. Regardless of your politics and how you feel about President George W. Bush, I would invite you to read at least Chapter 5, "Day of Fire", of his book "Decision Points" (Crown Publishers, ISBN 978-0-307-59061-9, 2010). It's an interesting look at the harrowing hours aboard Air Force One and in Washington in the hours following the attack. On a slightly lighter note, this morning, after a moment of silence, ESPN debuted a short film by Jim Gray on the nation's early steps to recovery with a decision to play baseball. President Bush threw out a ceremonial first pitch at the third World Series game between the Yankees and Diamondbacks. Again, regardless of your politics, Much more than a thrown strike, it looks at the events and the remembrances of people involved. I recommend it. It will re-air on ESPN tonight. The video is currently on line at http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=13617860 titled as a 30 on 30 "First Pitch" film. Never forget.