CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Colleagues knew former Sen. Warren B. Rudman for his abrupt manner, but they trusted his expertise. On one matter in particular, though, he wished people would have listened to him: that the U.S. was vulnerable to a major terrorist attack.
Rudman left the Senate in the early 1990s but later led a commission that predicted the danger of terrorism on American soil just months before the attacks of Sept. 11 and called for...
"The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate released the following statement about the passing of Senator Warren Rudman: "Even though two decades have passed since he retired from elective office, Senator Warren ..."
– Andrew, No relation - just admirer,
Boston, MA, Nov 29, 2012
"Off the top of this 65 year old head, The Warren Rudmans, John Andersons among others were exceptionally special public servants. Like a thundering herd of people of good will wherever they may be, I ..."