Tags » September 11th

If there were any "secondary explosive devices" in the Twin Towers on 9/11/01 al Qaeda probably put them there.

What I find interesting about the “secondary explosives” in the WTC issue is that everyone on both sides of the “inside job” issue seems to automatically link “secondary explosives” with “inside job”. 112 more words

Treading the Line: Where Free Speech Ends and Hatred Begins

“I will continue to speak in defense of freedom until the day I die.”

These words were spoken by Pamela Geller, the woman behind the Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas. 379 more words

War At Home - Short Story

Brand it into your brain. Carve it into your cornea. Remember the bodies that littered the ground like so much garbage, broken and bleeding. Never forget. 995 more words


BlissVille Fridays: "Everybody Knows That Something's Wrong (But Nobody Knows What's Going On)"


Gluten Sensitivity is a conspiracy designed to regulate the world’s food supply by imposing standards on food production and food consumption and using the methods of social engineering to either starve the population or use applied behavioral science to manipulate consumers into buying and consuming pricier “gluten-free” products. 67 more words

David Lawler

September 11th First Responders Health Care: Zadroga Bill

The primary mission of the FealGood Foundation (“FGF”) is to assist First Responders, and/or any individual, who may have been injured, physically or mentally, as a direct result of their rescue, recovery and clean up efforts at the World Trade Center Site following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. 95 more words

Steve Cochran

The Blue Skies of Autumn: A Journey from Loss toLife

I got into bed and listened to his answer machine message over and over again to hear his voice. Where was he? Find me, Simon. Call me.

443 more words

Sen. Kirk Pushes For Funds To Help Ground Zero Workers Pay Medical Bills

(CBS) — Republican Senator Mark Kirk is giving some bipartisan support to renew money for a bill many of his colleagues were reluctant to endorse the first time around: helping pay medical bills of those who worked at Ground Zero. 216 more words