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  • The Little Chapel that stood The Little Chapel that Stood to sponsor national Reconcilliation Writing Contest
    The Little Chapel that Stood to sponsor national Reconcilliation Writing Contest
    St. Paul’s Chapel, which survived the 9/11 attacks unscathed has launched a national writing contest to “foster reconciliation” that goes beyond the World trade Center disaster to include so many other devastating events...
  • 9/11 report declassified by CIA
    9/11 report declassified by CIA: Al-Qaeda, Saudi Arabia, intelligence failures
    The newly released 9/11 report, finally declassified by the CIA ten years after the Office of the Inspector General concluded an inquiry into U.S. intelligence flops prior to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, details a long and bitter dispute between...
  • ISIS threatens 9/11 style attack on America
    ISIS threatens 9/11 style attack on America
    On Thursday, the Clarion Project (CP) sent notification through email of the radical Islamic terrorists, the Islamic State (ISIS) intent on threatening another 9/11 attack on America and the warning was based on a new propaganda video issued by...
  • Healdsburg Plaza statue
    The boy in Healdsburg Plaza, and other sights
    The next time you’re in Healdsburg, shopping or having dinner or visiting a tasting room, there is a wonderful spot you must not miss that is, as the saying goes, hiding in plain sight. That is the town plaza. The plaza is a park, really, in...
  • UPDATE: Judge Pohl suspends 9/11 GITMO terrorists’ hearings
    UPDATE: Judge Pohl suspends 9/11 GITMO terrorists’ hearings
    While diplomatic relations with Cuba may be warming, the five 9/11 terrorists charged with masterminding the historic 2001 attacks against the US are stuck in judicial limbo after Chief Judge Army Col James Pohl froze the proceedings citing the...
  • Sketch of KSM during the Gitmo tribunal hearings.
    Judge Pohl suspends 9/11 GITMO terrorists’ hearings
    While diplomatic relations with Cuba may be warming, the five 9/11 terrorists charged with masterminding the historic 2001 attacks against the US are stuck in judicial limbo after Chief Judge Army Col James Pohl froze the proceedings citing the...
  • Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Days after Examiner.com broke the news that U.S. lawmakers were demanding the White House release 28 top-secret pages from the federal 9/11 Commission report, major media outlets followed suit.Among them:Newsweek, Fox News, The New York Times, New...
  • 9/11
    Bipartisan effort growing to declassify 28 pages of secret 9/11 info
    Lost in the all the headlines this week was a rare example of bipartisanship in Washington. Two congressman from opposing parties have joined forces in an attempt to get President Obama to declassify 28 pages of redacted information in regards to...
  • 9/11 report
    Lawmakers seek Saudi 9/11 smoking gun
    Some members of Congress are ramping up their call for the public release of 28 classified pages from the government’s 9/11 report. The top-secret pages reportedly reveal Saudi funding of the terrorist attack.OnWednesday, Reps. Walter B....
  • Alan Grayson
    Rep. Alan Grayson blackballed from seeing controversial 9/11 information
    Over a decade later and questions still remain unanswered about the events of Sept. 11, 2001. In an odd turn of events, Rep. Alan Grayson, Democrat from Florida, is being denied his request to see classified information about the terrorist attacks...
  • CIA’s queen of torture was used to create Zero Dark Thirty character
    CIA’s queen of torture was used to create Zero Dark Thirty character
    Recently released Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA torture featured a key character in the agency’s string of horrific misdeeds. Alfreda Frances Bikowsky is a career CIA officer, who remains in a senior position at the...
  • Cyber security Sony
    Sony's decision to pull movie unprecedented
    Sony announced on Wednesday, the cancelling of the release of a controversial movie after several large theater chains decided not to show the film, an unprecedented move in the United States.The New York premiere of The Interview, a movie plot...
  • Political cartoon
    Muslims who insist ISIS not Islamic angry over publication of anti-ISIS cartoon
    Here was a golden opportunity for CAIR and moderate Muslims everywhere to make a statement. It might have read something like this:We at theCouncil on American-Islamic Relations have been claimingsince September 11, 2001 that we are in no way...
  • World Trade Center 9-11 Tribute of Light 2012
    Book review about 9/11
    If you know where you were on the morning of 9/11/01 then the book 102 Minutes: The unforgettable story of the fight to survive inside the Twin Towers (Henry Holt, 2011) might bring back some intense memories. It might also answer some of your...
  • Senate Intelligence Committee
    Senate report: 'CIA misled Congress and the White House'
    Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, released their report of the extreme interrogation tactics against suspected terrorists after the 9/11 attacks. The report revealed the CIA lied about how brutal the “enhanced” interrogation...
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