Yoda: Interview with Philip Shenon: Lessons from the Uncensored History of the 9/11 Commission

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Interview with Philip Shenon: Lessons from the Uncensored History of the 9/11 Commission’

Philip Shenon and Ryan Goodman
What follows is an interview by Ryan Goodman with Philip Shenon, author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Commission: The Uncensored History of the 9/11 Investigation. The interview touches on the internal operations and informal powers of the 9/11 commission, and how these dynamics may work with an independent commission to investigate the January 6 attack.

Goodman:One of the many lessons I drew from The Commission is the potential outsized role of senior staff positions – individuals who received less public scrutiny but who were highly influential in directing the course of the investigation and drafting the final report. Do you think that was potentially unique to the 9/11 Commission due to its particular officeholders and its particular circumstances? Continue reading “Yoda: Interview with Philip Shenon: Lessons from the Uncensored History of the 9/11 Commission”

Marshall Masters: The Liberation of Humanity

11 Society, Corruption, Education, Government

A terrible vengeance will claim millions if not hundreds of millions and trigger a global freedom movement into action in the months ahead.

Concurrently, the hotly suppressed election audit in Maricopa County, AZ, if allowed to proceed, will set in motion Trump’s eventual return to the White House, wherever that may be.

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Mongoose: Women near vaccinated people having miscarriages world wide

07 Other Atrocities, 11 Society, Corruption, Government
Alert reader says:
This is super scary to me.  HEAVY.
Dozens of women are reporting bizarre menstrual issues and even miscarriages after being physically close to people who had recently received their COVID-19 vaccination.
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Stephen E. Arnold: Justice Thomas, Social Media, and Big Tech

11 Society, Corruption, Ethics, Government
Stephen E. Arnold

Are social-media platforms more akin to telephone carriers or to conference halls? SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas likens them to the former, we learn from “Justice Thomas Argues for Making Facebook, Twitter and Google Utilities” at Protocol. On the other hand, TechDirt makes a solid, though snarky, argument that social-media companies are more like venues that rent out conference space in, “Justice Thomas Goes Weird Again; Suggests Twitter Can’t Moderate & Section 230 Violates 1st Amendment.”

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Def Dog: Make Sheriffs Great Again

11 Society, Civil Society, Government

America is teetering toward one-party rule in Washington, D.C. Waiting for a Republican Congress isn’t a real strategy. Instead, the right must focus locally, principally on the county sheriff with Sheriff Bill Waybourn as a role model, to revive America.

It should be obvious by now, but too many conservatives and Republicans still do not fully get how stacked the cards are against them. The left may still be reeling from President Donald Trump’s impact in 2016, but for the most part, they haven’t lost any ground.

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