Journalist Richard Wolffe claims Obama rejects 9/11 “conspiracies,” “doesn’t have the slightest doubt; Al Qaeda is the enemy.”
Richard Wolffe is an author, journalist and political analyst who is a frequent guest on many MSNBC political shows. His recent book, Renegade: The Making of a President, is a political biography of Barack Obama based on his experience covering the entire presidential campaign for Newsweek.
He appeared on Michael Medved’s radio show on June 10, 2009 to share his impressions and analysis of President Obama. I decided to weigh in on what Wolffe alleges to be Obama’s biggest weakness, his over-confidence, while attempting to make a quick reference to Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth ( www.ae911truth.org ).
With Obama recently telling the people of the world, including, of course, thousands of 9/11 victims’ family members, to stop questioning the nature of the 9/11 attacks and to reject what their eyes, physical intuition and multitudes of scientists and professionals know to be the case about how WTC 1, 2 and 7 came down, hypocritical and anti-scientific over-confidence is, apparently, the official modus operandi of the White House.
Michael Medved: Let’s go to Jeremy, in Los Angeles, you’re on the Medved Show with Richard Wolffe.
June 18, 2009
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - An inventory of deadly germs and toxins at an Army biodefense lab in Frederick found more than 9,200 vials of material that was unaccounted for in laboratory records, Fort Detrick officials said Wednesday.
The 13 percent overage mainly reflects stocks left behind in freezers by researchers who retired or left Fort Detrick since the biological warfare defense program was established there in 1943, said Col. Mark Kortepeter, deputy commander of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.
He said the found material included Korean War-era serum samples from patients with Korean hemorrhagic fever, a disease still of interest to researchers pursuing a vaccine. Other vials contained viruses and microbes responsible for Ebola, plague, anthrax, botulism and host of other ailments, Kortepeter said in a teleconference with reporters.
Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth has officially reached over 700 members. Congratulations!
Please continue directing people to view and sign the petition in addition to introducing other architects, engineers, and scientists to read the Active Thermitic Materials and 14 Points papers.
While you're at it, give them FSC document highlighted by Jon Gold found here:
Let's do our best to stay united and make 2009 the biggest year yet for 9/11 truth breakthroughs! As LeftWright says, Love is a verb, so lets get busier.
See the original post for links.
The rise of “the wall” between intelligence and law enforcement personnel that impeded the sharing of information within the U.S. government prior to September 11, 2001 was critically examined in a detailed monograph (pdf) that was prepared in 2004 for the 9/11 Commission. It is the only one of four staff monographs that had not previously been released. It was finally declassified and disclosed earlier this month.
BY Stephanie Gaskell
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Wednesday, June 17th 2009, 4:00 AM
A New Jersey hospital that treats sick 9/11 first responders got a last-minute reprieve Tuesday when the feds vowed to send cash to keep it open through September.
The Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick had told its 1,800 patients it wasn't sure it could stay open past next month.
Federal funding had been held up over an accounting dispute, but late Tuesday the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health said it was sending $575,000 to cover summer expenses.
John Feal, founder of the Fealgood Foundation, which pushes for health care for 9/11 workers, said the money isn't enough.
Feal said, "$575,000 is like putting a Band-Aid on a machine-gun wound.
"Funding for three months is a joke when 9/11 first responders will need treatment for the rest of their lives."
Compiled by 9/11 Family Members Lorie Van Auken and Mindy Kleinberg, here is a list of questions submitted to the 9/11 Commission, along with a report as to how well they were answered by them.
Click Here (PDF)
The full list of unanswered questions can be seen here.
This is something people should have been handing out long ago.
This week's Diet Soap podcast features the second part of a conversation with Peter Dale Scott about his book "The Road to 9/11." Peter also discusses his views on the pros and cons of Noam Chomsky, his admiration and impatience with anarchism and other revolutionary strategies for social change, and the necessary difficulties involved with attempts to understand deep politics. Phil Och's song "Love Me I'm Liberal" along with a factoid on the Titanic are also featured.
Tuesday June 16, 2009
Dr. Yuan T. Lee is a 1986 Chemistry Nobel Laureate.
After his public lecture, we briefly explained the findings of the "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the World Trade Center Catastrophe" peer-reviewed paper and politely asked him to review it.
- One Professor at a Time -
University of Waterloo 9/11 Research Group