Richard Gage, AIA makes presentation to Henry Waxman office

Richard Gage, AIA, of, and a team of Los Angeles area architects and engineers, make a 911 truth presentation to the offices of Rep Henry Waxman.

Afterward, the team gathers, and they give their impressions and input on the presentation, the process, and the reaction.

Richard Gage - Additional Media

Friday March 14, 2008

Richard Gage, AIA broke into mainstream radio last Friday morning March 7th at midnight in a one-hour interview on the Christine Craft show on KGO-810(San Francisco ABC)

ANYONE can sign the petition !!!

Spread the word...EVERYONE can sign the petition at !!!! You do not need to be an engineer or architect to sign the petition in support of "Architects and Engineers For 9/11 Truth". Tell others to sign the petition!!! {{{Today there were 473 Architects and Engineers signed-up, and 2317 petition signers.}}}

Great Work as always!

If nothing else I believe that now someone on the inside of the Congressman's Staff who most likely was skeptical before the meeting will now have a lot to think about and this may lead to things that cannot be seen immediately. Viva la truth.

exactly right

no need to fret at all... it needs to be on record.. the era of "I wasn't aware of that information" is almost done. then it's time to peacefully water the constitution tree in large #'s

much love from Winnipeg really are a super hero!

Amazing Stuff Mr. Gage... seem to be on the right path. Let them never say we did not use our democratic process to try and effect change. If the process doesn't work, well as JFK said, those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable. But it is inexcusable to proceed directly to violent revolution before exhausting all options for peaceful revolution. Mr. Gage is leading the way showing how in America you still have this process and it is up to you to determine how strong it is. I hope to see him continuing in these efforts in the future.

"Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government." -The Declaration of Independence