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Run come rain or shine

Saturday morning, 0600hrs. The alarm rings, but unlike an office day I’m already wide awake. I’m off to the Lake District for a weekend of running in the hills and camping under the stars. 354 more words


Infusing the Anemic Official Record on Osama bin Laden, One Document at a Time

In February 2014 a FOIA lawsuit brought against the Department of Defense by Judicial Watch spurred the declassification of documents that showed U.S. Special Operations Commander, Admiral William McRaven, ordered the immediate destruction of any photos of the death of Osama bin Laden. 2,083 more words


Former Senator Bob Graham...9-11 Questions Left Unanswered...Inside Job

Former Florida Senator Bob Graham continues to fight and raise awareness about censored 9/11 pages, and he spoke with BenSwann.com’s Joshua Cook in an exclusive interview. 360 more words

Florida Ex-Senator Pursues Claims of Saudi Ties to Sept. 11 Attacks

“Florida Ex-Senator Pursues Claims of Saudi Ties to Sept. 11 Attacks” http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/14/world/middleeast/florida-ex-senator-pursues-claims-of-saudi-ties-to-sept-11-attacks.html by CARL HULSE: Bob Graham, the Democratic former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, has recently submitted affidavits in two court cases seeking to link Saudi Arabia to the attacks. #NYT #Trending #World #News


Graham: We didn’t conclude that Pakistani intelligence ordered transfer of $100,000 to Mohammed Atta

Former U.S. Sen. Bob Graham (D-Fl.) recently granted an interview with 9/11 blogger Jon Gold about the joint congressional inquiry about 9/11 that Graham co-chaired. Readers will recall that 28 pages of the inquiry’s report dealing with Saudi sponsorship of some of the 9/11 hijackers… 349 more words


Florida Democrats Look For A Way To End Election Woes

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TALLAHASSEE (AP) — U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham hadn’t even been sworn in yet when Democratic Party leaders began talking about her potentially running for governor in 2018. 793 more words