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September 11, 2001
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Big Mistakes in the War on Terror
In President Bush's handling of the war on terror, two facts stand out: Before Sept. 11, he failed to take military action against an enemy that had attacked us, and later, he took military action against an enemy that had not attacked us.
'We Did Exactly What Al-Qaeda Said We Would Do'
Against All Enemies, Richard Clarke's devastating book indicting the Bush administration's approach to terrorist threats.
9-11 Lies
Intelligence Report
One of the most under-reported findings of the joint congressional inquiry into the suicide hijackings of 9/11, published July 24, is that U.S. intelligence had no evidence that Iraq was involved in the attacks or that it supported the al-Qaeda terrorist network that planned and carried them out.
Grover Norquist Linked to Terrorists
There's an incredible story brewing in Washington that is too hot for the networks to touch.
Grover Norquist, whom most conservatives know as Executive Director of the College Republicans, boardmember of the NRA, and head of Americans for Tax Reform, has been exposed as helping Muslim groups and individuals who finance and support Islamic terrorism gain access to the Bush White House.
Grover Norquist: At It Again?
Will Attorney General John Ashcroft indict him this time -- or will Karl Rove give him a "Get out of Jail Free" card?
They placed their trust in one of the right's most influential activists: Grover Norquist. As president of Americans for Tax Reform, Norquist is best known for his tireless crusades against big government. But one of Norquist's lesser-known projects over the last few years has been bringing American Muslims into the Republican Party.
The lies of Grover Norquist
Gaffney's article is a tremendous piece of work. It may err in some details, but it portrays the operations of America's Islamist fifth column in the Wahhabi lobby with insight and care. Gaffney relies not only on journalistic sources but also provides his own valuable eyewitness testimony. His criticism of Norquist in the article is impersonal and principled.
Complete 911 Timeline
Compiled by Paul Thompson
This webpage is meant to be a comprehensive resource for anyone attempting to understand 9/11, the anthrax attacks, and the “war on terrorism.” Once you start reading, I think it will become clear that there is much more going on than the “official story” claims.
Complete 911 Timeline
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9-11 Commission
In retrospect, we know that there was information available to some in the FBI and CIA
that al Qida operatives had entered the United States. That information was not shared
with the senior FBI counter-terrorism official (Dale Watson) or with me, despite the
heightened state of concern in the Counter-terrorism Security Group.
Commission exposes details that show attack clues went undetected
Startling new details unearthed by the commission this week show that there were many clues in the spring and summer before the suicide hijackings. They simply weren't recognized, shared among government agencies or pieced together.
The threat reports surged even higher in June and July. But little was done to shore up American defenses.
Transcript: Sen. Bob Graham on Fox News Sunday
GRAHAM: My colleague, the vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Dick Shelby, Republican of Alabama, has estimated that 95 percent of those 28 pages should be released to the public; that the reason why they have been withheld has more to do with politics, international and domestic, than it has to do with national security.
Threats and Responses in 2001 Staff Statement No. 10
Although there was no credible evidence of an attack in the United States, Clarke told us, the CSG arranged for the CIA to brief senior intelligence and security officials from the domestic agencies. The head of counterterrorism at the FBI, Dale Watson, said he had many discussions about possible attacks with Cofer Black at the CIA. They had expected an attack on July 4. Watson said he felt deeply that something was going to happen. But he told us the threat information was "nebulous." He wished he had known more. He wished he had had "500 analysts looking at Usama Bin Ladin threat information instead of two."
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