Comedian Larry Miller, who had roles in "10 Things I Hate About You" and other films wrote a column for the Weekly Standard. It's a funny take on New Year's resolutions in a post-9/11 world.
SO HERE'S what I resolve for the new year: To never forget our murdered brothers and sisters. To never let the relativists get away with their immoral thinking. After all, no matter what your daughter's political science professor says, we didn't start this. Have you seen that bumper sticker that says, "No More Hiroshimas"? I wish I had one that says, "You First. No More Pearl Harbors."
I haven't seen the "No More Hiroshimas" bumper sticker. But I think I'd have the same response as Miller.