Former 'View' Host O'Donnell Finds Pilots Who Believe 9/11 Conspiracy


Former 'View' Host O'Donnell Finds Pilots Who Believe 9/11 Conspiracy

By Ken Shepherd | August 22, 2007 - 16:41 ET

Sometimes I wonder if, when she left "The View," Rosie O'Donnell ever looked in the mirror and borrowed from the 37th President of the United States. "You won't have Rosie to kick around anymore!" Of Course, Richard Nixon never had a blog, Rosie does, and when she's not showing videos of her kids or writing stream-of-consciousness poetry, she's sharing her favorite 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Joy of joys.

Here's the latest:

Continuation of Volume I with a high quality, updated, 3D in depth analysis.
Never before seen Three Dimensional view of American 77 Flight Path according to data provided by the National Transportation Safety Board. Removing altitude and NTSB northern plot data as a variable (see http://pilotsfor911t... and Pandora’s Black Box - Chapter Two for more information), we use the “impact point” as point of origin analyzing data outwards based on heading, descent angles and bank angles to observe if the data can account for the physical damage path. This analysis is unlike any other in that it asks the question, “Ignoring altitude and flight path plotted by the NTSB, could remaining American 77 data account for the physical damage at The Pentagon as reported on September 11, 2001?” This DVD also Includes presentation by Calum Douglas in Ipswich, United Kingdom.

Please scroll to bottom at http://pilotsfor911t... for your personal copy.

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Rob Balsamo

Oh, and speaking of "The View," the MRC has an opening for news analyst. The duties may include monitoring the morning gabfest. Hey, it's an occupation hazard, but better us than our fair readers:

News Analysts in the MRC's News Analysis Division (NAD) monitor and track television network news and radio shows, review print publications and check media Web sites and political blogs for biased stories or postings. News analysts also post items on our blog,, contribute to our daily CyberAlert e-mails report and perform research tasks.

Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of current events, display a solid understanding of conservative reasoning on political issues, have an interest in the news media and demonstrate an ability to write clearly and concisely. A current events and news media personality identification quiz will be given to candidates at the time of an interview.

Candidates must work at the MRC's Alexandria, Virginia offices which are eight blocks from the King Street Metro stop on the Yellow and Blue lines. Free parking is available nearby. This is an entry-level position. Salary: $30,000.

Submit cover letter and resume, with writing samples, to Brent Baker, Vice President for Research and Publications: bbaker-at-mediaresearch-dot-org. Information can also be mailed to 325 S. Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA. 22314

Ken Shepherd is Managing Editor of NewsBusters