new article from ron paul

here is an article from congressman Ron Paul of texas.. its an interesting story that is exactly what you wouldn't expect from a congressman:
http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2004/tst122004.htm

much respect goes to someone like this congressman who can speak out against the majority of his colleagues.
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bellingham citizens for truth

came across this image from here:
http://www.septembereleventh.org/bellingham/index.php


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another daily link

this link tries to allude to the coverup of 9/11 involving ashcroft and his legal actions to silence sibel edmonds.. its a good article, take a gander:
http://baltimorechronicle.com/121704Hogue.shtml
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another mention of 9/11 'conspiracies'?

well, while i wish this report wasnt so one sided, it does at least show the zogby report about new yorkers thinking a real 9/11 investigation must happen, and it isnt as negative as past reports of 9/11 'conspiracy theories'..

you know whats so messed up? this could easily be phrased as '9/11 deserves more answers'.. there are MASSIVE holes in the official report by the commission.. it doesnt address anything except providing lip-service for the administration.. no physical research, no black boxes recovered (even though rescue workers DID find them), no physical research at all.. despite incredible evidence, first hand accounts, whistleblower information, etc. etc. that could shed more light on the best that is 9/11..

daily links

here is a scathing article about how 9/11 has become the official seal of the government to get anything it wants accomplished:
http://www.thejournalnews.com/newsroom/121404/14edkerik.html

But it remains doubtful that the White House will course correct on another tact, the practice of treating 9/11 like a brand name, a tool for selling ideas, selling a party, selling initiatives — even selling people. One blemished icon, or even two, is not is going to end what has proved a winning strategy, certainly good enough for first place with American voters in November.

senator mark dayton of minnesota

here is a video clip addendum from 'painful deceptions' in which senator mark dayton talks about the failures of the 'independent' commission:
http://reopen911.org/video/911CommissionReport.wmv

also, here is another good research site:
www.911review.com
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new griffin book a best seller?

wow, a canadian news paper talks about david ray griffin.. looks like this canadian news source has a bit more courage than our media:
A theologian asks the hard questions about 9/11

a few quotes:

So why did this soft-spoken professor from the high-ranking Methodist-rooted School of Theology at Claremont, Calif., feel it necessary to risk his hard-earned reputation as a religion scholar to write one of the most incredible -- in all senses of the word -- political books of 2004?