The US Social Forum 2007 held in Atlanta, GA last weekend has approved a resolution by 911 TRUTH calling for a new investigation into 911, and a resolution by 911 TRUTH and impeachment groups calling for the impeachment of both Bush and Cheney.

The resolutions were enthusiastically approved with resounding applause by a crowded auditorium with thousands in attendance.

Thanks to,,, and especially for some great work here!

The resolution for a new investigation of 911 can be found at:

The group has only been around since February, and allready is contributing
great things to the 911 truth movement!

If you don't have a 911 truth group in your area yet, start one up now and get it rolling, Ask the Atlanta
group for help if you need it. All you need is a computer and some good old fashioned getup-n-go!

Also remember to visit and form your own truth squads, it's fun and is really great for the movement to speak truth to power.

Together, we are unstopable!

Thanks to too - very productive!

Thanks also to for their support and great presence at the conference.
Please support the Rock Creek Free Press newspaper, we were handing 'em out like
hotcakes along with copies of the great DVD the group put together, a compilation DVD
with 911 mysteries, terrorstorm, loose change, and a lecture by Dr David Ray Griffin all on one standard
DVD! continues to be one of the leading forces in the 911 truth movement, and we all owe them much thanks for providing such a great example to the rest of the movement.

Contact for copies of the Rock Creek Free Press : editor(at)

Great Job Guys!!!

Taking the truth about 911 to the streets.

thanks for this post

i tried to post this days ago, right after i saw it on, but it never appeared.

will be reading the resolution today on
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Jesse Jackson: Put impeachment back on table

I'm not much of a JJ fan, but he does the occasional good thing.

July 4th, 2007 4:30 am
Jackson: Put impeachment back on table

WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressman Jesse Jackson Junior wants his fellow Democrats to reconsider impeaching President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

The Illinois Democrat today reacted to Bush's decision yesterday to commute the sentence of former vice presidential aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

Bush issued a statement saying he respected the jury's verdict but had concluded that Libby's 30-month prison sentence was "excessive."

Jackson contends Bush has subverted the legal process, and he says the president's decision goes against the will of the American people.

Jackson notes that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had withdrawn the notion of impeachment proceedings against either Bush or Cheney. But he says that needs to be reconsidered.

Libby was convicted of lying under oath in a CIA leak case.

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The son, not the father

Note: This refers to Jesse Jackson, Jr., The Illinois congressman, and not his better known father. I thought I'd point this out in case its the latter you're not much of a fan of.