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From a week-old poll on Daily Kos regarding discussion of 9/11 at http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2007/6/21/104514/131
"Cognitive Dissonance on Daily Kos: The 9/11 ‘Policy’ and Michael Moore
by posse comitatus
Thu Jun 21, 2007 at 08:49:05 AM PDT
What happens when one of the champions of the progressive movement, who has led the fight against government corruption, corporatism and globalization by making Academy Award winning documentaries, has his comments banned from a leading liberal blog? And what’s more, this same liberal blog that censors his comments, currently runs an ad for his huge, groundbreaking new film on the top of their front page!
Should Daily Kos Revise its Policy on Discussion of 9/11?
54% 88 votes
45% 73 votes
2% 3 votes
Go ahead and vote; it's still open.
A Call to All Patriots
Written by Sam Ettaro
Saturday, 30 June 2007
I come to you today in the spirit of verve, passion and quest for expansion of our resolve. It is my sincere hope that you will read the very important message below, a personal message to the 'patriot community' from one of the organizers of the July 4th Philadelphia Emergency Antiwar Convention.
By now many of you have heard about the gathering of 'peace groups' in Philadelphia on the 4th of July to plan a course of direct action against our out of control government. Like many of you, I too was skeptical about getting directly involved with this movement due to a perception that many actions taken by the "left" or the "peace movement" are overall mostly symbolic and ineffective.
POSTED ON JUNE 28, 2007:
Over the line
Two judges quit Project Censored to protest 9/11 story
By C. D. Stelzer
Chances are, the resignation of two judges from Project Censored won’t be included in the organization’s next list of overlooked news stories.
But rest assured — there’s no conspiracy afoot.
Judges Robert Jensen, a journalism professor, and Norman Solomon, a syndicated columnist, severed their ties with the national media watchdog group over its decision last year to highlight the controversial theories of physics professor Steven Jones, a critic of the 9/11 Commission findings.
Jones hypothesizes that the Sept. 11, 2001, collapse of the World Trade Center towers was the result of controlled detonation of military-grade explosives rather than fires caused by two passenger jets that slammed into the buildings. His views, which are available online at Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice (stj911.org), have been largely passed over or dismissed by mainstream news outlets.
Whitman stood up to panel bent on assessing 9/11 blame
BY CARL GOLDEN
Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 07/1/07
Agree with her or not. Like her politics or despise them. But former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman deserves points for going before a congressional panel last week to answer questions about her role and that of the Environmental Protection Agency that she headed in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
Whitman had to know she hadn't a friend in the room and that the hostile members of Congress were going to be pumped up by an audience stacked with people who were eager to continue to blame her for every health problem encountered since 9/11. Yet, she sat for three hours, answering questions and doing her utmost to fend off the snide comments and accusations that she had lied, failed and bore responsibility for the deteriorating health of hundreds of people who worked in or around the Trade Center rubble.
Ex-CIA Man Exposes Hysteria Of UK Car "Bomb" Terror
Keith Olbermann talks with ex-CIA operative Larry Johnson about the London bomb scare.