David Ray Griffin asks the tough questions about Sept. 11, contending U.S. officials had some knowledge of what was coming and possibly orchestrated the attacks.
Griffin, whose book, “The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11,” came out a year ago, drew an enthusiastic standing ovation from the majority of the 400 or so people who packed his lecture Monday night at Bascom Hall.
A retired Christian theologian, Griffin, 65, taught for more than 30 years at the Claremont School of Theology in California.
His comments Monday night were directed at religious people, who he said need to respond to Sept. 11 – and the American empire that has ensued – based on the moral principles of their religious traditions.
Tower 7, contolled demolition?
-Is this the same Saudi Arabia that Dubya was kissing up to earlier this week?
-The White House learned a painful media lesson Thursday: Do not launch a press conference on the first night of May Sweeps!
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Matt Drudge is modeling for Jeff Gannon's website?
In the skit, which focused on the ongoing debate over Social Security, a character, purportedly from the American Association of Armed Retired People, said , "A spoiled child is telling us our Social Security isn't safe anymore, so he is going to fix it for us.” While not named, it's obvious the “spoiled child” is President Bush.
-Can Drudge back this story up? I doubt it.
Laurence Britt identifies 14 characteristics common to fascist regimes.
3.) Identification of Enemies/Scapegoats as a Unifying Cause
Tony Blair’s Plane Hit By Lightning
“Roaches check in, but they don’t check out.”
CNN perks up for about five minutes today and realizes that satellite radios plus iPods are like chocolate and peanut butter. Sirius, which getting caned by XM, is pestering Steve Jobs to co-brand a satPod or whatever and apparently the analysts, who are one step ahead of CNN in all of this, are salivating at the prospect.
Organic = Life, Correct?
or·gan·ic ( P ) Pronunciation Key (ôr-gnk)adj.
Of, relating to, or derived from living organisms: organic matter.
"If u r stuck for a host lemme know — i am here. the end," she wrote on the personal Web site, once-adored.blogspot.com, where she writes in the abbreviated, uncapitalized style of some weblogs.
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Though He was born into a life of wealth and privilege Bush’s introduction into the super secret super decadent society of the ruling rich and his first alleged homosexual experiences probably began in 1968 while he was a student at Yale University. In her book 'Secrets of the Tomb---Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power,’ Alexandra Robbins describes how Skull & Bones initiates were selected from American aristocracy to be pushed to the heights of power in a globalist empire. Initiates took part in satanic rituals in a windowless building at Yale University, known as ‘The Tomb’. As part of the initiation ritual, new members engaged in homosexual acts in a coffin while divulging secrets about their sex lives and other personal information. From that day forward the acts committed by the initiate and their confession were used as a means of control, and it formed a dark bond among the inner circle members of the Skull & Bones Order.
-Is he using him for his oil?
(Yes, they are holding hands)
Director Robert Kane Pappas’ "Orwell Rolls In His Grave" is the consummate critical examination of the Fourth Estate, once the bastion of American democracy. Asking whether America has entered an Orwellian world of doublespeak where outright lies can pass for the truth, Pappas explores what the media doesn’t like to talk about: itself.
Judge Charles Burton, chairman of the Palm Beach County canvassing board, holds up the last ballot the board was able to consider in the manual recount of ballots as Democratic lawyer Mark White, left, and Republican lawyer John Bolton watch at the Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center Sunday, Nov. 26, 2000, in West Palm Beach, Fla. On Election Day 2004 partisan lawyers are planning to be at polling places they consider important or prone to trouble as the best remembered controversies in the 2000 Florida election grew from technical voting problems, many of which still exist; an estimated 32 million voters in 19 states will use punch cards. -AP File Photo
And then you have Google.
Venezuela To USA: Get Out!
Stevie Wonder is my favorite musician of all time. If any of you ever doubted him, pick up a copy of his album (2 CD set), Natural Wonder, released in 1995. It's a live concert with so much heart and emotion (I rarely like listening to live albums) in it you will be happy and energized by listening to the album.
Here's the bio from his web site... I hope that Motown decides to do some remixes, that would be WAY COOL!!!!
-DJ Rob - San Diego
Your Ecological Footprint