Here’s are some websites our viewers might want to check out. They provide information not readily attainable through mainstream media. Gerald Celente and Paul Craig Roberts do not adhere to any political party or philosophy. But both have vast experience with the political system and argue that most mass media outlets provide—at best–only part of the real story, and reports are often slanted along pre-conceived notions for political or private purposes and agendas.
Chris Hedges is a fiercely independent reporter who worked previously with established mass media, including the New York Times. He now has a weekly column on the website Truthdig. He served almost twenty years as a foreign correspondent. His beat included the Middle East, the Balkans, Africa and Central America. He brings a highly informative and fresh perspective to American policies, leaders, and world events.
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
Did you know that on 9/11 a third building collapsed in its own footprint, without having been hit by any of the hijacked planes that struck the Twin Towers? If you didn’t, that’s largely because the mainstream media barely mentions it, and almost never shows video of that collapse. And it’s not addressed in the 9/11 Commission Report. Why not?
According to skeptics, it’s because it is the smoking gun that the official investigation ignored in reaching its conclusions of who and what brought down the Towers, and how it was actually carried out. Hundreds of professional Architects&Engineers say they have proven—scientifically—that the official conclusions of what happened on 9/11 simply do not hold up. You can learn more by going to the following site:
Long time newsman Kent Garrett is joining us with a weekly blog on his perspectives regarding American society, politics, and in particular these days, his fears of what he sees as a destructive force known as Donald Trump. Kent’s resume includes stints at network news in New York at CBS with Dan Rather, and at NBC with Tom Brokaw. He was a member of the first class of blacks recruited by Harvard University back in the late 50’s, as the Civil Rights movement was about to swing into high gear. He is currently working on a book recalling that experience, to be entitled The Last Negros at Harvard. They entered under that designation, he says, and emerged as Black-Americans. Here are opinions and views which many of our viewers will find provocative, controversial, and insightful.