New to 9-11 Research? 
- 9/11 Victims' Families' Review of 9/11 Commission Report
- The Facts Speak for Themselves Well-sourced listing of facts about 9/11, updated regularly, hosted at
- Complete 9/11 Timeline and Loss of Civil Liberties Since 9/11, Searchable database resources from 'mainstream' sources
- 9-11 Research: An Attempt to Uncover the Truth About September 11th, 2001 (Outstanding, well- organized, solid research)
- Top 40 Reasons to Doubt the Official Story of September 11th, 2001
- Nanothermite information Why were military-grade explosive chips found in the towers' dust throughout Lower Manhattan? Peer-reviewed paper, more information and summary.
- Beginners' Guide to 9/11 Truth from Journal of 9/11 Studies
- A Quick Course on the shortest paths to 9/11 truth...
- Justice For 9/11 Complaint and Petition filed with NY Attorney General Elliot Spitzer November, 2004. The complete legal case, as of that date.
- 9/11 Commission -- One Year Later PDF Report of 7/05 Hearings sponsored by Rep. Cynthia McKinney
- Who's asking questions? ...
-Information, disinformation, misinformation... this, this and this will help readers sort wheat from chaff.
Professionals for 9/11 Truth 
Alternative Media Links 

Truth Phalanx
The truth: Plain and Simple
Rigorous Intuition

NEWSWIRES CLG Information Clearing House
Media Freedom
>George Washington's Blog
Community Currency

>Mapping the Real Deal, Catherine Austin Fitts
>Nafeez Ahmed's Cutting Edge
>Mark Crispin Miller
>Michael Collins
>Secrecy News-FAS Project on Government Secrecy

(& associated blogs...)

Project Censored Radio
Project Censored Radio with hosts Mickey Huff & Peter Phillips

Boiling Frogs

No Lies Radio

Guns & Butter
Investigating capitalism, militarism & politics

Diverse, always fascinating ... :electric politics


>Law and Disorder Radio
>Free Speech Radio News

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Engaging Interviews, Insightful Commentary from Electric Politics
George Kenney has been providing fascinating commentary and in-depth interviews via his site, Electric, since 2005. He explains the meaning of "Electric Politics" thus:
"Conventional political analysis relies on archaic notions of 'predominance of gravity'
– Ed.

January 10, 2009
Electric Politics Podcast Schedule Resumes January 16

Well, I enjoyed having two weeks off, but I'm glad to get back to podcasting. So here's the starting lineup for the new season. Friday, January 16, my guest is Martin Fletcher of The Times of London (not to be confused with Martin Fletcher of NBC news). Martin is a roving reporter without portfolio and previously the Times' foreign editor, their Washington Bureau Chief, and a foreign correspondent. He talks to me from Israel. The Friday following, January 23, my guest is Dr. James Petras, who's got a lot to say about Zionism in America. After that, I'm not sure -- a couple interviews are pending, on arms control and on the economy. So we'll see... And as I say, I'm glad to be back!

January 16, 2009
Barbarism in Gaza (and Zimbabwe)

Come To Palestine antique posterOne wonders whether, if it weren't for the excessive delay between election and inauguration, Israel would still have attacked Gaza. In any case, Israel's assault being less a war than a hunt for naked prey, it's difficult, particularly here in the U.S., to get a feeling for what's happening. So I was fortunate in being able to turn to Martin Walker of The Times, who spoke to me from Jerusalem. We also talk about Zimbabwe, where Martin has spent much of the past year. And Somalia. I highly value Martin's insights and experience and I'm grateful for his making himself available. Hopefully we can talk again. Total runtime an hour and seven minutes. Where's the humanitarian intervention for Gaza?

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December 19, 2008
The Art of Interrogation

It's fair to say that nobody knowledgeable about interrogations has ever produced a single example of torture working -- either in the historical record or in contemporary experience -- quite apart from consideration of the ethical implications. But proponents of torture find it all too easy to claim secret successes. So it's extremely helpful to hear once again the bright line admonition, never torture, from a seasoned interrogator who led the interrogation team in pursuit of Abu Musab Al Zarqawi, at the time perhaps the deadliest man in Iraq. In his just published book, How To Break A Terrorist, written under the pseudonym of "Matthew Alexander," he describes the chase that culminates in Zarqawi's targeted killing. It's a lively read (I couldn't put it down) and most worthwhile. While I come at the issues with some different perspectives I salute "Matthew" for his unflinching determination to treat all detainees humanely and to interrogate them with kindness. And for his willingness to leave active duty and speak up for his beliefs. It was a pleasure and an honor to talk with "Matthew" and I hope his message gets heard. Total runtime an hour and eleven minutes. Think like a detective.

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