Americans have lost faith in pretty much everything - Gallup Poll - Market Watch

Market Watch - June 14, 2016
...with link to Gallup Poll

...As Gallup’s Jim Norman explains: “Americans clearly lack confidence in the institutions that affect their daily lives: the schools responsible for educating the nation’s children; the houses of worship that are expected to provide spiritual guidance; the banks that are supposed to protect Americans’ earnings; the U.S. Congress elected to represent the nation’s interests; and the news media that claims it exists to keep them informed.”...
...Congress actually earned the “ignominious” distinction of being the only institution sparking little or no confidence in a majority of Americans in the poll....

Letter to an Anonymous Nuke Hypothesist

I wanted to share this with more people than would find it buried in the blog posts below, because I feel like the faith based approach of the anonymous person to whom I'm responding, represents the approach of many both inside and outside our movement who appear to have little experience with formal logic. And I mean the kind of thinking you pick up by reading, debating people, going to college, or just having a curiosity bigger than your ego. The '9/11 truth movement' is guided by a logical, legal, and journalistic approach to the facts and their promotion. While there are those blindly following obscure lines of inquiry who will only distract us, we should reach out to those who might have strayed down an obscure path, but have a genuine concern for the truth.

Message posted to the following thread:

"I believe some form of nuclear device was used at the WTC. The chances are it is still top secret so we have no way of knowing what it is.

There is simply no other explanation for the rapid and near-total pulverisation of the concrete. I am no expert so I have no facts to back me up but I am convinced that when the truth is known these facts will be made clear.