Archive for the ‘Terrorism’ Category

Building One, North Tower, 1970

David Rockefeller presents a plan for a world trade center along the East River of Manhattan.

New York and New Jersey authorize the development of the World Trade Center.
Development proceeds amidst protests by [unconstitutionally] displaced business owners.

The Port Authority wins the legal challenge to the development of the WTC.

The North Tower of the WTC exceeds the height of the Empire State Building, making it the tallest building in the world. (more…)


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Terror in Hollywood

Tyler Brehm, 26, walks toward the intersection of Sunset and Vine where Gabby Grussi is turning into the McDonalds Parking Lot. They’ve never met. He taps three times on  her car with a .40 caliber handgun and walks on. She has been spared.


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Feds Enable Terror

Not just predictable, predicted.

Chuck Norris:

Ten years after 9/11, the federal government has become an acute enabler of terrorism.

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How to Commemorate 911

The seriousness of what I am about to say cannot be over emphasized. The commemoration of the tragedy of 911 is akin to an American “Good Friday.” It may be “good,” good times and good politics,  but don’t forget it is also like a time for mourning.

This emerging national political holiday is a time to gather with family and friends. It is a time to remember. And never forget. It is not because we want to commemorate the hijackers, but rather the evil they accomplished and how it changed everything. But while we’re at it, it is a wonderful time for Midstream women to demonstrate their organizational and social skills to accomplish our political goals. (more…)

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It began with six sniper shots.

 On October 2:

James Martin, 55, program analyst, was shot in the parking lot of Shoppers Food Warehouse in Glenmont, Maryland.

On October 3:

James “Sonny” Buchanan, 39, landscaper, was shot while mowing grass at the Fitzgerald Auto Mall in Rockville at 7:40AM. (more…)

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