“ I enjoyed meeting everyone at this event. I'm glad I attended. It is great this 9/11 group exists. I'm behind in watching the videos and going to the links in the emails I've been receiving, but when I get time I find these are very informative. ”
— Peter K. on Feb 17, 2015.
“ it is a rather interesting bunch of people. The popcorn is good and also the rhetoric. it is not frivolous but will poke fun when needed. It ooks like friday would be a good day for bannering. there are lots of good restaurants around to meet and discuss after the meeting. ”
— greg k. on Oct 7, 2013.
“ Intelligent, thoughtful people to share ideas and experiences with. ”
— Runyan on Apr 21, 2013.
“ I am new to this group. I have never gotten over the horrible events that day. I still have many questions about how the idiot terrorists could be so deranged as to fly the planes into buildings full of innocent civilians. I doubt the answers as to how people can become so low and morally bankrupt can ever be fully explained. ”
— Mike O. on Feb 13, 2013.
“ Ok, could be better. ”
— Pete S. on Sep 11, 2012.
“ This group is filled with intelligent, caring and committed people who care about the direction our country is taking. ”
— Martha on Jan 4, 2012.
“ I'm very impressed. ”
— Phil B. on May 26, 2011.
“ 9/11 was an inside job and that's important especially because of we might lose our country completely soon. ”
— nick on Jan 11, 2009.
“ As I understand it, The organizers have been Michael, Don, David and Don again. :) If you like you can contribute or participate. Just post something :) ”
— David A. on Apr 1, 2013.
“ Starting at 3, we stayed until 7:30, then went a half block to Crown Candy Kitchen for ice cream and stayed until 9. Then some of us went to their homes and others came to mine. ”
— Donald S. on Dec 29, 2012.
“ We sure could use more people coming to the meetings. ”
— Bing G. on Aug 15, 2010.
“ Any person/people should join this group for the mere fact that we are all exposed to conflicting stories of given events on a virtually daily basis. Most people dismiss them as irrelevant to their personal lives, UNTIL something happens that affects them or their inner circle directly. It's not until then that they may sit up and take notice; or, retrospectively say to themselves "I should have seen that coming". It's not until death that it's too late to become aware and active in supporting the search for, and exposure of, the deceptions and mistruthes that are being used to impede our civil liberties and degrade our of American way life. -EB ”
— EddieBear on Apr 12, 2008.
“ We could use more people!!! ”
— Shell on Oct 9, 2007.