The memorial, being dedicated on Saturday to mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11, honors a resident of Johnson City, N.Y., who was on the 89th floor of the World Trade Center’s Tower 2 when an airplane hijacked by Islamic terrorists slammed into his building. This week, a group of New York Muslims complained about the memorial and asked the city to change it. City Manager Donald Castelluci wasn’t having any. “I don’t live in a politically correct world,” he said. “I live in a historical fact world; whether it’s American, homegrown, Christianity, Islamic, you call it what it is. And we don’t whitewash things, especially here.” Okay. ‘Nuf said.