Gore Vidal is a novelist, essayist, playwright,
and provocateur whose career has spanned six decades, beginning in the years immediately following World War II and continuing
into the early years of the twenty-first century. In addition to a major sequence of seven novels about American history,
and such satirical novels as "Myra Breckinridge" and "Duluth," he has written dozens of television plays, film scripts, and
even three mystery novels written under a pseudonym. He has also written well over a hundred essays, gathered in several volumes
published between 1962 and 2001. Taken as a whole, this seemingly varied work has an uncanny unity, exhibiting a tone of easy
familiarity with the world of politics and letters, an urbane wit, and a supreme self-confidence on the part of the writer.
Vidal's lineage in American literature may be traced back to Henry James, the sophisticated American from the upper echelons
of society who mingles with European sophisticates, and Mark Twain, the raw humorist and critic of American empire. - Jay
Not many people were able to see the First plane hit the WTC. Bush says he saw it before he went
into the classroom on 9/11. Why did he do a PR gig when the nation was under attack? In my opinion I dont see how he could
of seen the first plane hit and is lieing.
South Tower Anomalies III
Addressing the Debunkers -
An analysis of anomalies in network 9/11 coverage. If you're thinking "what's
next, STA the musical?", STA III is the final cut. I would have stopped after the first one, but thanks to many debunkers,
I was inclined to try to make the case airtight.
If debunking is merely saying "I don't believe you", then one can
easily debunk this movie - and the theory that the earth is round also.
But I believe that debunking requires as much
proof as "bunking" - I mean supporting a hypothesis with evidence. (quote) (posted 12/20/07)