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I’ve had a bit of a blogging hiatus of late – it’s been a really busy month plus I’ve got another little project in the works (more on that later), so not a lot of time has been had to actually sit down and do what I love the most, which is write. 424 more words

Books And Activities

I'm Number One

Written by Michael Rosen, Illustrated by Bob Graham Candlewick Press, 2009

“I’m A-One,” said A-One. “I’m BIG A-One.”

The plot in a nutshell:  A toy tries to assert his authority.

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Secret Dossier Implicates Saudi Arabia in 9/11 Attack

Chris Matthews Comes Out For 9/11 Truth, Asks About Saudi Involvement

In the video clip hopefully above, Chris Matthews sides with the Michael Moore version of what happened on “9/11″ (September 11, 2001). 893 more words

"The 28 Pages Movement": Rand Paul’s New Crusade; The Secret 9/11 Docs

Senator Rand Paul, the man of the hour when it comes to pushing back against government secrecy, is throwing his weight behind a fresh push to declassify 28 pages from a 2002 Senate inquiry into the causes of 9/11. 979 more words

National Security

Video: Press Conference Introducing Senate 28 Pages Resolution on June 2, 2015

As 28Pages.org was first to report last week, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has introduced a Senate bill urging the president to declassify 28 pages on foreign government ties to the 9/11 hijackers. 104 more words

Papa's plight: Please watch @EFMoriarity on @CBS' @48Hours tonight

Please watch the show at 10:00 pm Eastern tonight about Crosley “Papa” Green’s false Brevard County, Florida conviction … and then – pretty please – go back and review some of my posts about him, and other men that were framed in Brevard County, Florida. 81 more words

Bill To Disclose the 28 Pages To Be Introduced in U.S. Senate

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) will introduce a Senate
resolution, the Transparency for the Families of 9/11 Victims
Act, to declassify and publicly disclose the 28 pages from the… 118 more words

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