Campaign 2008

McKinney and 9/11 In the News - The Information War to Intimidate Us Into Silence

Cynthia McKinney is in the news!

And this will only increase as we approach November. She's being covered everywhere right now, C-SPAN, Time, Democracy Now, etc.

I note that some creative journalists are inserting the fictional claim that she lost elections -- any election will do -- because of her statements that the Bush Administration covered up information about the 9/11 attacks. There is zero evidence for these claims, but it's likely they're trying to shut her up now by creating this obvious falsehood, a message. The hardcore left gatekeepers like Huffington Post will unite with the far right on the issue of taking down anyone who speaks out on 9/11.

I've included an interesting sign the campaign has made. Here is the list of current campaign materials.


I'm strongly considering running for a House seat in 2008. You should be too. Here's why.
-Kevin Barrett


by Rolf Lindgren

2008 will the next best, and maybe last, chance for 9/11 Truth to achieve a huge media breakthrough.

One key is to get as many 9/11 Truth Activists on the ballot for public office as possible.

If you are a 9/11 Truth Activist, your voice will be multiplied 100 to 1000 to one million fold, depending what office you run for, if you are on the ballot, compared to being just a regular activist.

Federal offices are best because 9/11 is a federal issue. You can run for one of the 435 U.S. House seats, about 33 U.S. Senate races, U.S. President, or U.S. Vice President. You can also run for state and/or local offices as well.

If you are on the ballot, you will be invited to debate forums. You will get TV and radio interviews. You will have a better chance to get your letters to the editor published. You can set up a website. You can speak the truth about what happened on 9/11 to a larger audience than ever before.

Republican presidential candidates debate in Iowa on August 5th


Campaign 2008

Welcome to ABC's Campaign Headquarters. Coming up-- the Republican presidential candidates debate in Iowa on August 5th. You can watch it live on a special edition of This Week with George Stephanopoulos on your local ABC News station.

Here's your chance to talk back on the major campaign issues that are important to you-- from Iraq to healthcare-- immigration to education. The candidates or their campaign surrogates may answer your question!

Get your video questions in early-- we will be posting debate questions on and people will be able to vote for the questions they like best. George will put some of the questions to the candidates!

All questions should be in by Thursday August 2nd at midnight.

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