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The link in the item about the secret 28-page finding on foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers implies the 28 pages are in the 9/11 Commission report, but they're actually in the report of a joint Congressional inquiry.
Congressman Massie said the experience of reading the 28 pages was "disturbing" and caused him to re-think the 9/11 history he thought he knew. Having read them, he and others want them declassified, and the best way to keep the ball rolling is to get your House representative to read the pages too.
-->Visit 28Pages.org to learn more about the issue and send a pre-written letter to your representative. http://28pages.org/
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An excellent column, Timothy. Thank you for pointing out a very important nuance that even this libertarian sometimes forgets--that our rights aren't granted by the Constitution, they're intrinsic to our humanity. (As a friendly suggestion, I'd avoid exclamation points altogether. Your words are powerful enough without them.)
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