In light of the article posted below, we’re posting this rare example of a “fair and balanced” dialogue between two people who do not agree on all points, but are able to have a civil discussion of relevant facts without attacking each other’s character or motives.
Mike Berger on the “Conscience of Kansas” hosted by Paul Ibbetson
While at the moment the destruction of WTC7 is the prime focus of the media, there are many other issues raised by people who challenge the government account of 9/11/01. In this interview hosted by the “Conscience of Kansas” Conservative Paul Ibbetson, listeners have the opportunity to hear more than just brief soundbites dismissed as if they have no significance. Thus, it is a public dialogue providing an opportunity for listeners to make up their own minds on the issues, or choose to look further at some of the evidence presented, but makes it far less easy to simply dismiss these ideas as ludicrous ramblings of a “nut,” as happens in most corporate media “interviews.” With this kind of reasoned discussion offered, we can allow ourselves to acknowledge our intellectual curiosity, rather than giving in to preconceived “beliefs.” Any criminal investigation must disavow personal beliefs in order to delve into the facts. Ask questions, do the research, draw your own conclusions.
Convictions make convicts of us all.