The May issue of the Rock Creek Free Press is on news stands now.

The May issue of the Rock Creek Free Press is on news stands now. This is our biggest 9/11 issue yet with eight articles relating to 9/11 including articles about; Jesse Ventura, Margaret Cho, Larry Silverstein, and others including a Paul Craig Roberts review of The Shell Game.

This issue also features a huge two page centerfold spread called “10 False-Flag Operations that Shaped Our World”, by Joe Crubaugh. It is a fantastic tableau of false-flag treachery reaching all the way from Nero in ancient Rome, through the Reichstag fire, Operation Northwoods, Tonkin Gulf, to the greatest, most horrendous false flag of all time, the 9/11 attacks of 2001. It is a powerful history lesson for those doubters who say no government would intentionally harm its own citizens.

The Rock Creek Free Press is the only paper in Washington DC that will print the truth about the perilous condition of our republic with stories such as “Torture Directed from White House” and “COINTELPRO Infiltrating the Anti-War Movement.” We print the stories the corporate media refuses to cover.

The Creek also covers health issues. Corporate media won’t tell the truth about dangerous drugs, or fraudulent health scams because they reap huge advertising revenues from the drug companies and the healthcare industry. They won’t tell you “Calcium, not Cholesterol, Increases Coronary Risk” because that would hurt sales of cholesterol drugs. We even occasionally get to report good news such as, “Coffee Consumption Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk.”

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Pls also

Pls also see for the pdf edition:

Excellent edition.

Those in the D.C. area pls support this alternative news paper.

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

I noticed that your mention

I noticed that your mention of 9/11 in the false flags section did not touch demolition. Why? It seems odd that you would use Wayne Madsen for a lot of articles -- who tanked his credibility by suggesting that nukes were used on 9/11. Here's what he said in September of 2006, a key anniversary, about "radiation" at the WTC scene --

"Sources close to FEMA in New York confirmed to WMR that the lymphoma cases are believed to be the result of a release of extremely high levels of radiation from a series of nuclear events on the morning of 911. They believe that explains the reason for the "pulverization" of concrete, molten metals, pyroclastic surges and fallout, and other anomalies resulting from the catastrophe. It was also pointed out that some vehicles parked on the west side of the World Trade Center were "fused" on the sides facing the towers -- the doors being melted into the body frames. Other cars parked nearby were not similarly affected. There is also evidence of explosions and fires on top of the Woolworth Building, three blocks away from the World Trade Center, during the attack on the towers."

I also feel concerned about the mixing of health info with political/truth issues. For those who are looking for real evidence and credibility, that combo is often formula for "hoax" and non-scientific stuff being advocated. It's like the new-age mantra -- hair loss products, floride contributes to heart disease, so buy this product. We see it on the more slick productions out to make money, the ads on here, and the big sites like WRH, Alex Jones, etc., and so for a lot of people it's like an automatic knock-out of credibility to see the mixing of what most people consider fringe health claims with political and "truth" issues.

But doing a newspaper is a good idea.

Clearly, you have not read

Clearly, you have not read the health articles. They are not what you imply -- snake oil advertisements.

As a matter of fact, the editor has received extremely positive feedback on the well-researched health articles, from people who would never have looked at any 9/11 skepticism. I hope he responds with some of his recent feeback stories.

This is not a 9/11-exclusive newspaper. If it were, I suspect it would not have the readership it currently enjoys in the extremely difficult -to-wake D.C. population.

Best thing I read all month

Others just complain about corporately controlled media--Matt has taken them on by printing his own newspaper, which is expanding in circulation with every issue.

For every journalist who has been frustrated in trying to cover a good story, getting roadblocks from management, here's your paper. With no agenda other than the truth, what a concept!