Americans do a great job of honoring those who serve us so well. There was no better example of this commitment to fallen heroes then the commemoration that took place in our Baton Rouge community this week. Thousands of people turned out for the farewell and Memorial of police officer Montrell Jackson, who was killed in the line of duty protecting his fellow officers from a sniper attack. Police officers from all over America, as well as Canada, were in attendance. A bagpipe team came down with the Canadian mounted police, and a large contingent came from New York City telling me Louisiana had been there to help them after 9/11. It was a heartwarming sight to see such a tribute to this fallen hero. To read my whole observations of what took place, Click Here or go to the Red Flashing Box above.