The truth about Sept. 11th I’m a PSU graduate, but my kids send me the Vanguard. I’m wondering what you guys know about Sep. 11th and if you think maybe publishing some articles about the 9/11 truth movement would be a good idea. I often think that 9/11 needs to be examined by progressives if we are ever going to get our act together.
The truth about Sept. 11th
I’m a PSU graduate, but my kids send me the Vanguard.
I’m wondering what you guys know about Sep. 11th and if you think maybe publishing some articles about the 9/11 truth movement would be a good idea.
I often think that 9/11 needs to be examined by progressives if we are ever going to get our act together. I’ve seen a few documentaries from Google Video, one called Painful Deceptions, another one 9/11 in Plain Sight. The mainstream media is not talking about the cover-up, so why don’t you?
Thanks for keeping me informed.
Editor’s note: The Vanguard reviewed Loose Change in our 5/23/06 issue. Check our online archives for the review.
More truth about Sept. 11th
I’m wondering if you’ve seen Loose Change.
Why doesn’t the Vanguard report about how Sept. 11 was orchestrated by the Bush regime?
This is relevant because, if generally known, we’d have a second American revolution on our hands, the whole administration would be lined up before firing squads, and that would be the end of the Republican Party forever. Unfortunately, the peace movement has dropped the ball on investigating 9/11, even though every single part of the official account can be shown to be demonstrably false. 9/11 is relevant. 9/11 matters.
Whoever writes the political columns really should research 9/11. In addition to the DVD Loose Change (which anyone can see for free on the internet), I suggest the books by David Ray Griffin.
Don’t be scammed
I’m writing in regards to your ad placed in the Vanguard regarding “Undercover Shoppers.”
Approximately two weeks ago I called the number to enroll. I was told I would receive a package in the mail, and information via e-mail.
I’ve received neither one of those items, but I am out $11.90 in my checking account after giving them my debit card number.
After doing research online, I’ve found that this is one of the top 10 scams in the USA. Not only that, but they are almost untraceable.
My main concern is that I trusted the information you put in the Vanguard, and so I didn’t think too much about being scammed. Only after being charged rather quickly for the full amount, minus any e-mails or mailing, did I realize that you had placed a misleading ad.
False advertisement is a crime. Fraud can be more damaging, especially considering this targets students who most likely make very little money.