Letter To The Editor
Victims' Family Member reports on 'Vote For Answers NH'
Vote For Answers NH has been covered for the third time in another major New Hampshire newspaper, now in the capital of Concord. Read the article here.
The group is $1,100.00 shy of meeting their campaign budget - all of which is going toward advertising / publicity expenses. Please donate what you can, $5, $10, $25 or more to help ensure the resolution for a comprehensive, fact-driven investigation passes in all 12 towns. As you can read from the latest article, with one of the Barnstead town's councilman calling the resolution "nonsense", we have to meet their insults by disseminating real information to the voters in any way we can. These actions represent exactly the kind of fight that moves our cause forward.
Thank you all for every effort.
The truth about 9/11
Published: June 20, 2009
I read with interest the letter from William Rice about 9/11 and the subsequent response from a reader to Rice's observations that discount all the facts that he presented. 9/11 discussions on op-ed pages rarely go well. One writer will offer an observation and then another will claim that observation to be absurd. This was exactly the case last week. No matter what fact you may present that shows the official version of events to be dubious, you will almost certainly be called a conspiracy theorist, or worse. TV personality and Fox News commentator Glenn Beck recently lumped those of us who claim to be part of the 9/11 Truth Movement in the same category as James W. Von Brunn, the man accused of murdering a guard at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. It's a strange leap of logic, but 9/11 discussions rarely elicit logical thinking.
There's more to the story
Published: May 31, 2009
Barrie Dunsmore's article of May 17 was basically saying that torture has been used for centuries and that Cheney and the CIA claim that torture works. The FBI disagrees. Dunsmore quoted Cheney as saying it has "kept America safe from further major acts of terrorism" (presumably like 9/11).
After describing the pros and cons of torture, Dunsmore said: "I get very nervous when I hear talk of punishing high-ranking members of the Bush administration for war crimes. … The resulting congressional gridlock would inevitably impede Obama's important agenda on which the country's future greatly depends."
for some reason, both website addresses are invalid; there's a space in 911 truth and it's .com, not org- and it's loosechange.com not loosechange911.com. Other than that this is a good letter, imho, and it's always nice to see MSM acknowledging 9/11 questions.
Letter: Truth is still out there on 9/11
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Retired Master Sgt. Robert L. Geremia’s July 13 letter was right on the money. Since Sept. 11, 2001, our country has been under attack, and not from foreign terrorists.
The entire world knows the truth about that day, except the uninformed American people. I strongly urge all citizens to view these Web sites: (www.911 truth.com and www.Loosechange.com) and get informed.
All Americans should be calling their members of Congress to demand a fair and honest investigation of that tragic day. The 9/11 Commission was a disgrace to the people of this great country.
An odd group: Karen and the 'Truthers'
May. 7, 2008 12:00 AM
Karen Johnson, a Republican state senator, is showcasing on the 9/11 Truth Movement Web site her "My Turn" column, "We deserve the full truth about 9/11" (Opinions, Saturday).
Karen and other "Truthers" of this movement believe the controlled-demolition hypothesis that the World Trade Center wasn't destroyed by terrorists but by explosives planted in the buildings with drones hitting the Twin Towers as cover.
Kook groups will always form to further their own agenda.
Their "proof" has more holes than Swiss cheese, but they don't care.
Tossing Johnson out of her state Senate seat today would not be too soon for me. - Robert W. Galusha,Phoenix
I left a comment and gave thumbs up or down to other comments. Let's make our presence known, shall we?
May 2, 2008 - 9:15PM
Backing my claims about 9/11 questions
KAREN S. JOHNSON, COMMENTARY
A recent letter to the editor asked for evidence of my claims regarding the tragedy of 9/11. Below I present some points that are presently known. I won’t be able to convince anyone who doesn’t want to be convinced, but for those who are willing to deal with factual evidence, consider the following:
• 37 different people reported explosions in the basement of the World Trade Center Towers before the first plane hit, and seismic equipment recorded both the explosions and the impacts. In addition, people were injured by the explosions in the basement, providing well-documented evidence. Yet this evidence is ignored.
We deserve the full truth about 9/11
Tale of Building 7's collapse suggests official complicity, persistent obstruction
May. 3, 2008 12:00 AM
The writer, a Republican from Mesa, represents District 18 in the Arizona Senate.
Regarding "Drinking the 9/11 Kool-Aid" (Editorial, April 24):
After three government investigations and more than six years, we still don't have answers on 9/11.
Why, for example, did Building 7 collapse? It wasn't hit by a plane, as the towers were. The 9/11 Commission Report completely ignores Building 7. The Federal Emergency Management Agency report discounts fire as a cause and concludes that the reasons for the collapse of Building 7 are unknown and require further research. But when FEMA issued this report, it already cleared the site and disposed of the dust and steel (evidence from a crime scene), thus possibly committing a felony and complicating any "further research."
This article was the cover story in a LA Times Opinion section.
How can an intelligent person cite the Afghanistan video?
A friend of mine suggested Coll is a CIA asset.
Google his name and check out the organization he started.
In discussing OBL with people who accuse him of doing 9/11,
I say "Don't you know you should not speak ill of the dead?"
.............Here is my letter to the editor. (I am of an age where
I fit the British cliche of an old gentleman "writing a letter to the
(Regarding “Target: Bin Laden” by Steve Coll
in the Opinion section of the LA Times for 4/13/08)
In this article I am told that prospects are brightening
for capturing Osama Bin Laden. In reality, catching
OBL is as unlikely as Oceania capturing Emmanuel
Goldstein, the eternal bogey man in the novel “1984.”
Oceania needed Goldstein to focus the populace’s
hatred on an external enemy. In the same way, our
government needs OBL to do the same thing.
Anyone informed about OBL knows that he is undoubtedly
deceased. The communiqués allegedly emanating from
The local newspaper where I live published my Letter To The Editor in the Friday, September 22, 2006 edition regarding 9/11: Press For Truth. The newspaper reaches at least a few thousand homes directly, and is also delivered to many public places and businesses, such as Libraries, government buildings, Hospital and medical clinics, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as being sold at all gas stations, most convenience stores and supermarkets, etc.
The Editor slightly altered the letter. But it's still very similar to the original in most respects. And it's prominently featured on the first page of the letters section, titled as I requested, so I have no complaints.
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