• 9-11, The Big Lie/Pentagate

    James Mann asks, "Where’s the plane"? Actually, he doesn’t so much ask, as wonder why we aren’t asking.

  • Remain Calm.

    David Lee Beowulf bangs on about Idiotarians, terrorists, oil and Susan Sontag, long may he bang.

  • Forbidden Truth

    Could the real truth behind the terrorist attacks of 9/11 be even more sinister than "Bush knew"? James Mann seeks the Forbidden Truth in the new book by Jean-Charles Brisard & Gullaume Dasquie.

  • I Love My Country — And I’m Not Leaving

    In this time of terror, James Mann is thankful to be an American.

  • Ignorance is Not Bliss

    James Mann has the tough answers to the question everyone’s asking: "Why?".

  • A Time For Anger

    David Lee Beowulf weighs in with his views on the events of September 11th – complete with a reading list, natch. If you don’t throw yourself all out of whack with knee-jerk reactions, you might actually learn something.

  • The Coin Toss

    David Whited offers his ideas on how civilized people should handle terrorists.

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  • News From the Front

    Carl F. Gauze had the mixed blessing of being in France on September 11, and brings us something of the international view on the day’s events.

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    Lee Ann Leach wonders why it takes a tragedy like the events of September 11 to get Americans to turn to religion.

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