Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Peter Phillips of Project Censored; Ruby al-Sous of AMPAC live from Charlotte

First hour: Ruby al-Sous, Democratic delegate from Missouri and member of the 9/11 truth supporting political action committee AMPAC, reports live from the Democratic National Convention n Charlotte, North Carolina!

2nd hour: Professor Peter Phillips of Sonoma State University is one of the true free-speech heroes of our time. From 1996 to 2009 Peter was director of Project Censored (currently directed by Mickey Huff) which identifies the top censored news stories each year. And though Peter and Project Censored are major players in the world of the phoundation-phunded pseudo-alternative "left," they rise above it in many ways, including their courageous insistence on pointing out the ongoing censorship of 9/11 truth stories.
Peter and Mickey will be speaking at the 9/11 Truth Film Festival, An Exploration of Deep Events at the Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, CA  94610 on Tuesday, September 11, 2:00 PM - 11:30 PM.

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  1. How can Ruby, a Palestinian-American, support the genocidal Demo-rats?

    Dems reinstate God, Jerusalem in party platform

    By Julian Pecquet and Pete Kasperowicz

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Democrats reinstated language in their party platform recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel when their convention reconvened on Wednesday, as well as language that added "God" back into the party's decree.

    But the additions were just barely approved by a voice vote that seemed to split the crowd evenly. After the convention agreed to alter the platform, former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland (D-Ohio) explained the two amendments.

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