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9/11 suspects’ trial making a mockery of U.S. justice system Re May 6 AP article, “Five 9/11 suspects defiant in court”: Fortunately, most of us have not had the occasion to face a judge and jury in an American court. Some of us have had the opportunity to witness courtrooms in progress, and we have observed that certain decorum is rigorously enforced. But the recent spectacle of the trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his ...

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May 14, 2012
4:21 a.m.

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From Dr. Miriam Grossman in her book, "You're Teaching My Child What?":
Pg. 4:
"That 3.2 million American girls have a STD should come as no shock, especially to SIECUS and its main cohorts, "Advocates for Youth" and Planned Parenthood. This pandemic is a direct consequence of their vision and ideals."

" Promiscuity, experimentation, and fringe behaviors are encouraged. For them, these are personal choices, and judgments are prohibited."

May 14, 2012
9:01 a.m.

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Once I had the courage to spend hours reviewing the info presented by the Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth- I cried. Our govt has lied to us about 911. And the general population of Americans refuse to even look at it. It's a hard realization. No one wants to beleive their own govt is capable of autrocities let alone the sham of a justice system we now have. George Bush should be arrested and prosecuted for war crimes- other countries are attempting to do so- that is the real mockery of our justice system- the lack of.

May 14, 2012
5:06 p.m.

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I see the conspiracy theorists are alive and well.(Twilight Zone music playing the background)

May 16, 2012
6:59 p.m.

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Linda Knightes - you fail to recognize that some of the athiests protesting are themselves military people who have volunteered and done a heck of a lot more for American society than any volunteering at the City Mission, an animal rescue group, a nursing home, etc. could ever accomplish. And yes, I too am a veteran-atheist. Six years. I remember well the "working parties" assigned me to improve my "spiritual improvement" while others went off to church services (where some slept). If that wasn't "exclusion", what is?