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Today, Tuesday Feb 26th at 6pm PST-9pm EST; Repeated this Friday, February 29th at 10pm PST-1pm EST
Steve Alten, author of THE SHELL GAME
Bill Douglas joins Michael Wolsey on Visibility911.com — Podcast available any time at
In an interview recorded on January 17th, 2008, this episode of Visibility 9-11 welcomes 9-11 activist Bill Douglas. Bill is one of the founders of the original 9-11 Visibility Project out of Kansas City and has written and lectured extensively about the 9-11 Cover-Up.
Bill has recently been helping to promote the new 9-11 truth novel, The Shell Game by Steve Alten, which comes highly recommended by Visibility 9-11. If you missed the interview with Steve and his messages to the 9-11 Truth Movement, click here to learn why this is such an important book for our cause.
Robert Lewis, playright, talks about “Revolution in the Head” and 9/11/08 March to Ottawa; Tuesday, 26 February, from 9 to 11 pm EST with host Kevin Barrett on We the People Radio Network www.wtprn.com.
Robert Lewis will be Kevin’s guest to talk about his new stage play” Revolution in the Head.” Robert will also talk about the upcoming September 11/2008 March on Ottawa event.You can learn more details by visiting: March to Ottawa marchonottawa2008.org.
On Election Defense Radio this evening, Tues. Feb. 26 — 8:00 – 9:00 pm EST — Guests: Richard Hayes Phillips, author, “Witness to a Crime” and Dave Berman, Humboldt Voter Confidence Commitee; Co-hosts: Marj Creech, Dan Ashby
Dave Berman reports two resolutions calling for hand-count elections passed by the Democratic Party Central Committee of Humboldt County, and the Redwood Chapter of the ACLU, due in no small part to the work of the Humboldt Voter Confidence Committee.
Elections investigator Richard Hayes Phillips, author of “Witness to a Crime: A Citizens’ Audit of an American Election” will discuss his forthcoming book (with companion evidentiary CD) documenting the theft of the 2004 presidential election in Ohio.
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