Mike Berger/Matthew Rothschild Debate

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Michael Berger, Media Coordinator for 911Truth.org, has been invited to debate Matthew Rothschild, editor of The Progressive Magazine TOMORROW, Thursday, 9/28, from 11am to 1pm Mountain Time, on the Dino Costa show, www.dinocosta.com.

The debate will stream live at dinocosta.com/listenlive. In addition, 87% of Colorado receives this show on local stations, listed at Where to listen.

Michael Berger is also director of the new movie, Improbable Collapse, co-written with Rebecca Cerese, award-winning documentary filmmaker (February 1: The Story of the Greensboro Four). The movie addresses the demolition of the towers on 9/11, with the concurrent demolition of our Republic.

Matthew Rothschild recently authored Enough of the 9/11 Conspiracies, Already, published on September 11, 2006 at the Progressive.org.

Dino Costa introduces Mr. Rothschild as believing, “any talk about a coverup are [sic] wrong and irresponsible.”

We encourage readers to call-in if the opportunity arises–303.776.2323.

Audio available for download here: Part I  | Part II

Berger/Rothschild Debate Part 1 on Dino Costa Show

Berger/Rothschild Debate Part 2 on Dino Costa Show

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