New to 9-11 Research? 
- 9/11 Victims' Families' Review of 9/11 Commission Report
- The Facts Speak for Themselves Well-sourced listing of facts about 9/11, updated regularly, hosted at
- Complete 9/11 Timeline and Loss of Civil Liberties Since 9/11, Searchable database resources from 'mainstream' sources
- 9-11 Research: An Attempt to Uncover the Truth About September 11th, 2001 (Outstanding, well- organized, solid research)
- Top 40 Reasons to Doubt the Official Story of September 11th, 2001
- Nanothermite information Why were military-grade explosive chips found in the towers' dust throughout Lower Manhattan? Peer-reviewed paper, more information and summary.
- Beginners' Guide to 9/11 Truth from Journal of 9/11 Studies
- A Quick Course on the shortest paths to 9/11 truth...
- Justice For 9/11 Complaint and Petition filed with NY Attorney General Elliot Spitzer November, 2004. The complete legal case, as of that date.
- 9/11 Commission -- One Year Later PDF Report of 7/05 Hearings sponsored by Rep. Cynthia McKinney
- Who's asking questions? ...
-Information, disinformation, misinformation... this, this and this will help readers sort wheat from chaff.
Professionals for 9/11 Truth 
Alternative Media Links 

Truth Phalanx
The truth: Plain and Simple
Rigorous Intuition

NEWSWIRES CLG Information Clearing House
Media Freedom
>George Washington's Blog
Community Currency

>Mapping the Real Deal, Catherine Austin Fitts
>Nafeez Ahmed's Cutting Edge
>Mark Crispin Miller
>Michael Collins
>Secrecy News-FAS Project on Government Secrecy

(& associated blogs...)

Project Censored Radio
Project Censored Radio with hosts Mickey Huff & Peter Phillips

Boiling Frogs

No Lies Radio

Guns & Butter
Investigating capitalism, militarism & politics

Diverse, always fascinating ... :electric politics


>Law and Disorder Radio
>Free Speech Radio News

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NYC CAN's Historic March for Answers - 9/ 27/09


NYC CAN March flyerNYC CAN's Historic


Sunday September 27 at 2pm

From Battery Park to City Hall
via Ground Zero, The City Clerk and The State Supreme Court

Speakers Include:
Bob McIlvaine - 9/11 Family Member
Manny Badillo - 9/11 Family Member
Daniel Sunjata - Star of "Rescue Me"

Other Speakers TBA

80,000 New Yorkers have signed the petition. As with every other NYC ballot initiative, the City of New York is denying the will of its people to vote on the issues it considers most important.

NYC CAN responded by filing suit, and on September 9 the City conceded NYC CAN did in fact submit enough valid signatures to put the referendum before the voters. Now NYC CAN is battling to prove the petition is legally valid. On September 28, the referee will report on the petition's legality, and a final determination will be made in the days that follow.

On the eve of the referee's decision, let us take to the streets in the THOUSANDS on behalf of the families, first responders and survivors of September 11th and the 80,000 New Yorkers who signed the petition. As the climate ripens and public opinion continues to swing in favor of a new investigation, this is our opportunity to send a message like never before. If we stand together, we can make history.

September 27. 2pm. Battery Park.

Please help promote this event. Post the flier on your website. If you have a radio show please contact to have an NYC CAN representative on the show. If you can volunteer to hand out fliers starting Saturday, September 19, please email and put VOLUNTEER in the subject line. For fliers to print out and distribute on your own, go to

Thinkers think and talkers talk. Patriots ACT.

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