Remembering George Howard

by Mike Krumboltz
After the attacks on 9/11, “Never Forget” became a kind of slogan, a way to honor the victims and heroes of that horrific day. President George W. Bush took that sentiment to heart.
Following the aftermath of the attacks, Bush met with families of the victims. One woman, Arlene Howard, approached the president and gave him a police badge. The badge belonged to her son, George Howard, who was an officer for the Port Authority Police Department in New York City.
CNN conducted an interview with Eric Draper, the official White House photographer during Bush’s presidency. The badge meant

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