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​US failure to see Saudi role in 9/11 contributed to rise of ISIS – ex-senator

Former Senator Bob Graham.(AFP Photo / Saul Loeb )

Failure by the US to investigate Saudi Arabia’s connection to the 9/11 attacks is among the factors that led to the rise of ISIS, Bob Graham, a former senator and co-chairman of the official inquiry into 9/11, told The Independent in an interview. 200 more words

Government

Could the declassifying of 28 pages on 9/11 invalidate the war on terror?

¨a major FBI cover-up¨

¨Initially suppressed by the Bush Administration,
and still kept under wraps by Obama.¨
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World News

Vanilla Ice Cream

Vanilla Ice Cream
Bob Graham
Walker Books
A truck has stopped at a dhaba (tea stall) for the driver to partake of some refreshments.

Overhead flies a curious young cock sparrow – bold and free. 259 more words

Picture Books

Campaign renewed to declassify Saudi Arabia's financing of 9/11

The intelligence committees of the U.S. House and Senate released an 800-page report in 2002 entitled, “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.” The inquiry identified failures by the U.S. 586 more words

Terrorist Financing

This summer.

Summer 2014 has not yet acknowledged it, but we have.

This summer is over.

That doesn’t mean it isn’t putting up a fight.

Here in North Florida we have hit that annual patch of days when the temperature tops 100 without the feels-like fudge factor of the heat index. 645 more words

Adrian Fogelin

Silver Buttons by Bob Graham

Silver Buttons by Bob Graham,, hardback picture book, published by Walker Books in 2013.

Jodie is drawing a picture of a duck, in top hat with a cane and silver buttons on his boots. 295 more words

Book Review

In Florida's Panhandle, the political path includes possums

A handful of political candidates converged on the tiny Panhandle hamlet of Wausau this weekend for the 45th annual Possum Festival, an old timey milepost on the campaign trail which somehow endures. 416 more words

Rick Scott