Wednesday, December 31, 7000

Permanent Top Post by JM Talboo and Steve W.

By JM Talboo and Steve W. people subconsciously make the mistake of only seeing the issues concerning 9/11 in black and white, as opposed to shades of gray. This is known as the black-or-white fallacy. In this case, the false dilemma is: 9/11 was either carried out by Al-Qaeda or it was "an inside job."

Just because the evidence suggests that rogue elements of US and other international intelligence agencies were involved doesn't mean bin Laden and Al-Qaeda hijackers weren't involved.

In the fight to uncover the truth about 9/11 we must contend with individuals and groups that distort, omit and lie about important details in order to defend the official narrative - the 911 truth debunkers.


The NORAD-stand-down, various whistleblowers, and physical evidence centered around the destruction of the 3 World Trade Center Buildings in New York, make a strong case that the attacks involved substantial inside help.

“I think it’s implausible to believe that 19 people, most of whom didn’t speak English, most of whom had never been in the United States before, many didn’t have a high school education, could have carried out such a complicated task without some support from within the United States”
Former Sen. Bob Graham on 60-Minutes 

We might be wrong about where we suspect this all leads, but the "debunkers" are wrong when many essentially argue that it's acceptable for 70% of 9/11 family members questions to have never been answered by the 9/11 Commission. So of course, most have no qualms about promises made to 9/11 family members being broken by the Commission to investigate all whistleblower claims, which a substantial amount of the public find highly-suspicious at minimum, with many regarding the evidence as suggestive of complicity to varied degrees.

The below link proves that many thousands of family members want a new investigation. Likely the amount of people killed that day is outnumbered by these 9/11 victim's family members.

[On the left side (above) is a video of WTC 7 collapsing. On the right side is a video of a controlled demolition.]

So it stands to reason, that these ilk feel the lack of air defense story is above scrutiny to the point that secrecy and rewards are warranted. So what if this tale consists of 3, or some contend 4, mutually contradictory versions of events and admitted lies. It makes perfect sense that the top officials from NORAD and the FAA received promotions, as opposed to having to provide documents with data that would prove that the jet fighters were acceptably responsive, given the past response time averages.

Unsurprisingly, the duh-bunkturds hate even the best of the "Loose Change" films, but loose ends are no biggie.

The Washington Post reported on August 2, 2006 that:
Suspicion of wrongdoing ran so deep that the 10-member commission, in a secret meeting at the end of its tenure in summer 2004, debated referring the matter to the Justice Department for criminal investigation, according to several commission sources... "We to this day don't know why NORAD [the North American Aerospace Command] told us what they told us," said Thomas H. Kean, the former New Jersey Republican governor who led the commission. 'It was just so far from the truth. . . . It's one of those loose ends that never got tied."
So, if 9/11 didn't have an inside element, what's to stop such a scenario from taking place in the future when we get investigations that have attributes like these? 

It is therefore the purpose of this website to rebut the hollow claims of the so-called 911 truth "debunkers" and clarify what is known about the attacks for the benefit of those following the debate and also for the largely uninformed public. This site now features 9/11 truth related and not-so-related content. So please utilize our search feature (found also on the sidebar) to find a massive treasure trove of well-researched info on nearly every issue in the realm of 9/11 truth debate. 

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National Security Notice via Washington's Blog:

We are NOT calling for the overthrow of the government. In fact, we are calling for the reinstatement of our government. We are not calling for lawlessness. We are calling for an end to lawlessness and lack of accountability and a return to the rule of law. Rather than trying to subvert the constitution, we are calling for its enforcement. We are patriotic Americans born and raised in this country. [Four foreign countries also represented here at DTD]. We love the U.S. We don't seek to destroy or attack America ... we seek to restore her to strength, prosperity, liberty and respect. We don't support or like Al Qaeda, the Taliban or any supporting groups. We think they are all disgusting. The nation's top legal scholars say that draconian security laws which violate the Constitution should not apply to Americans. Should you attempt to shut down this site or harass its authors, you are anti-liberty, anti-justice, anti-American ... and undermining America's national security.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

PAYCHECK PRESIDENT BIGGER PAYCHECKS FOR ALL AMERICANS - 6 Months of More Jobs, Bigger Paychecks, & Fairer Taxes - JUL 17, 2018 McMorris Rodgers: In a Booming Economy, We Want to Keep that Momentum Going


90% of Americans will see more in take-home pay. The average family of 4 will see $2,059 more. What would you do with more money in your paycheck?

JUL 17, 2018 McMorris Rodgers: In a Booming Economy, We Want to Keep that Momentum Going

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the House amendment to the JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018 (S. 488).
“After years of sluggish growth and stagnant wages, the economy is booming and better off now thanks to our work to cut taxes and rein in harmful regulations. We want to keep that momentum going. That’s why today the People’s House passed another package of jobs bills to break down barriers to investment. The JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018 will empower our nation’s startups, small businesses, and entrepreneurs to innovate and take risks so they can succeed in a 21st Century economy built for growth. I commend Financial Services Committee Chair Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) for his work on this package and look forward to seeing this bill pass the Senate and being signed into law.”
Note: To share all the ways Americans and their families are better off now, Chair McMorris Rodgers wrote in the Washington Examiner:
“For the last decade, Americans were asking, “Where are the jobs?” Today, companies are coming home, 3.7 million new jobs have been created since President Trump’s election, and there are historically low levels of unemployment. It’s a comeback story that we said was possible in our Better Way agenda, and over the past two years, we delivered. As a result, Americans are better off now.
“After years of sluggish growth, we said we would make America competitive again and ensure it’s the best place in the world to live, work, start a business, and raise a family. That’s why when President Trump was elected, we immediately got to work to unleash economic growth with more than a dozen bills that repealed Obama-era red tape and eliminated billions of dollars in regulatory costs. These bills are now law, and they are putting power back in the hands of our farmers, community bankers, small business owners, and everyone in between.”

Read her full op-ed here and visit for more on how Republicans have delivered results that are improving the lives of Americans and their families.

Donald Trump American Jobs Saved Tracker:

Trump's aluminum tariffs restore a crucial industry and protect American jobs," industry leaders Jesse Gary and Bob Prusak write in the Washington Examiner - Obama After Trump Imposed Tariffs On China: The U.S. Is Right To Insist On Fair Trade With China

President Trump’s Aluminum Tariffs Restore a Crucial Industry and Protect American Jobs

Despite sour predictions, the U.S. economy is booming since President Donald J. Trump implemented steel and aluminum tariffs, industry executives Jesse Gary and Bob Prusak write. “American aluminum workers can feel confident that Trump will continue to stand up to countries that cheat as we work together to create more American jobs and revitalize the American aluminum industry,” the two explain in the Washington Examiner.

Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) has weighed in on President Trump’s choice to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy. “Last year, President Trump made an outstanding choice in nominating Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court. This week, he again put forward an impressive nominee in Judge Brett Kavanaugh,” Sen. Perdue writes in the Marietta Daily Journal.

In The Daily Signal, Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) says that President Trump is right to call for our NATO allies to up their defense spending. “Alliances are built on trust, and our trust is undermined when our allies fail to meet their defense spending promises,” the Senator explains.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation would likely strengthen the Supreme Court’s support for separation of powers, Peter Wallison of the American Enterprise Institute writes in The Wall Street Journal. “[Brexit] shows what happens when people question the legitimacy of the rulemaker they must obey. By restoring the separation of powers, the court will prevent a similar loss of legitimacy in the American government.”

Trump's aluminum tariffs restore a crucial industry and protect American jobs," industry leaders Jesse Gary and Bob Prusak write in the Washington Examiner - Obama After Trump Imposed Tariffs On China: The U.S. Is Right To Insist On Fair Trade With China


CNBC Panel Praises The "Great" June Jobs Report, Calling It "As Good As It Gets." - Another "Monster Month For Manufacturing." - The Trump Economy: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs:

Absolute Truth About Trump and Russia | Aftermath of Trump Putin Meeting Summit - Ignore Leftie News Sockpuppets: Trump Was Magnificent With Putin in Helsinki, We're Lucky He's POTUS

Absolute Truth About Trump and Russia | Aftermath of Trump Putin Meeting Summit - Ignore Leftie News Sockpuppets: Trump Was Magnificent With Putin in Helsinki, We're Lucky He's POTUS


Former president realizes the left is spiraling into a state of hysteria

Former President Barack Obama suggested people who refuse to engage in dialogue with those holding opposing viewpoints should be more open-minded.
Speaking in South Africa at a celebration for the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth on Tuesday, Obama encouraged everyone to try harder to debate with people who look different and with people who have different political ideologies.
“Most of us prefer to surround ourselves with opinions that validate what we already believe…But Democracy demands that we’re also able to get inside the reality of people who are different than us so we can understand their point of view.”
Obama added, “Maybe we can change their minds but maybe they’ll change ours. And you can’t do this if you just out of hand disregard what your opponents have to say from the start.”
“And you can’t you can’t do it if you insist that those who aren’t like you, ‘because they’re white’ or ‘because they’re male,’ that ‘somehow they can’t understand what I’m feeling,’ that ‘somehow they lack standing to speak on certain matters,'” the former president explained.
The message of unification is much needed in South Africa where racial tensions have reached emergency levels with white farmers being targeted and murdered.
Obama could also be sending a message to American liberals who are pushing moderate Democrats away with their extremist antics.