In this special episode of 9/11 Free Fall, Bob McIlvaine, Richard Gage, AIA, and Ted Walter discuss the Bobby McIlvaine World Trade Center Investigation Act, which McIlvaine and Gage will officially announce in a news conference at the National Press Club on September 11th. Host Andy Steele’s three guests tell how AE911Truth will be calling upon its supporters in the coming months to ask their US representatives to introduce the Act to either chamber of Congress. In addition, Ted Walter and Richard Gage announce Professor Leroy Hulsey’s upcoming progress report presentation on his World Trade Center 7 Study, which will be livestreamed from the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ website on September 6th.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall host Andy Steele and guest Jeff Long discuss Google’s recently stated push to filter search engine content, the growing atmosphere of censorship on commonly used web platforms, and the need for alternative news and the truth movement to expand to other lesser known information providers on the web.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele interviews Lawrence Ray Coleman, a demolition worker who assisted in the Ground Zero clean-up after the 9/11 attacks and a recent signatory of the AE911Truth petition.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele plays and comments on archived clips of the favorable answers from a few members of Congress when they are questioned, on live TV, about the World Trade Center evidence. He also goes over an article that tackles commonly-held fears that prevent people from achieving their goals and relates these fears to 9/11 activism.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, assistant professor of sociology Richard G. Ellefritz, Ph.D., discusses his doctoral dissertation, which explores, among other things, the use of the label “conspiracy theorist” by defenders of the official story of any event. Their purpose, he says, is to discredit people who question events like 9/11 and to shut down debate.
Host Andy Steele is joined by John Wyndham, who discusses a recent paper he authored that illustrates some of the problems that arise in peer review, particularly when a report challenges NIST’s conclusions on the cause of the World Trade Center destruction on 9/11.
Activist Marvin Sannes returns to 9/11 Free Fall to discuss the AE911Truth booth he and other activists will be setting up at the Oregon State Fair this summer (including the GoFundMe page they set up to raise money for the costs), as well as his latest upcoming run for U.S. Congress.
Andy Steele is joined by G. Edward Griffin, founder of Freedom Force International, to discuss the June 22nd –23rd Red Pill Expo in Bozeman, Montana, that Griffin is chairing. (AE911Truth founder Richard Gage will be among the Expo’s speakers.) The Free Fall host and guest also delve into the latter’s long career of challenging accepted beliefs and shining a light on issues that the mainstream media won’t cover.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele interviews civil engineer and AE911Truth board member Roland Angle and civil engineer Oswald Rendon-Herrero to discuss Roland’s presentation of the World Trade Center evidence at a recent meeting of the Alabama-Mississippi Engineering Society. (Dr. Rendon-Herrero is a control member of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Technical Council on Forensic Engineering and a former associate editor of the Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities.)
Host Andy Steele is joined by independent journalist James Corbett and by AE911Truth CEO Richard Gage, AIA, to discuss 9/11’s impact on American society and the road forward for the truth movement. They also talk about their upcoming presentations at the Red Pill Expo in Bozeman, MT, on June 23rd and 24th.