ap chief: 9/11 attacks harm 1st amendment
from ap: The shadow of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is eclipsing press freedom and other constitutional safeguards in the United States, Associated Press President and CEO Tom Curley said Thursday. "What has become clear in the aftermath of 9/11 is how much expediency trumps safeguards," Curley said in remarks prepared for the annual dinner of the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation.
celebrity 9/11 conspiracy club still growing
from washington times: The Celebrity September 11 Conspiracy Club. It's an exclusive group that's free to join, but membership comes with some baggage. Doesn't it? Maybe not, judging from the entertainment world's passive response to celebrities who claim the September 11 attacks were an inside job... The failure on the left to repudiate September 11 conspiracy-mongering is all too familiar to conservative author-activist David Horowitz. The ex-radical theorist says he abandoned the left because it "couldn't look at its own idiotism and crimes and deal with them... If you're a liberal and you hate the war and you hate Bush, you might be embarrassed by this kind of lunacy, but you don't want to draw attention to it," says Mr. Horowitz in explanation of the deafening silence on the left.
rohrabacher links wtc93 bombing to okc & 9/11
from 9/11 blogger: On February 26, 2008, Congressional Representative Dana Rohrabacher of California made some very interesting observations on the House floor... Fifteen years after the WTC 93 bombing, and we still don't know the truth. Nearly thirteen years following OKC, and we still don't know the truth. There are troubling parallels and repeating patterns and players in multiple terrorist incidents in the US, and US intelligence agencies are one of the repeating elements, with deeply placed "informants" in key positions every time... Please note that Rohrabacher is one of the Republicans who joined Dennis Kucinich in voting against H.R. 1955... Please drop Rep. Rohrabacher a note of thanks, and encourage him to broaden his base of investigation...