Today's Guests and Related Articles
Today on The Alex Jones Show:
Alex analyses the new Homeland Security super-agency.
Later, Alex speaks with witnesses from the Oklahoma bridge collapse: this sounds like something out of a James Bond movie -- you don't want to miss it.
Bush calls for Homeland Security agency
Bush Thursday night proposed the most sweeping reorganization of government in 55 years, creating a mammoth, 170,000-person Homeland Security Department that would bring together elements of agencies as diverse as the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Coast Guard and the new Transportation Security Administration.
Do Dots Connect to Police State?
Like several other law enforcement changes proposed by the Bush administration during the past two weeks, this move was sharply criticized by civil libertarians, one of whom cautioned that Bush was leading the country toward a "police state."
Onoging Coverage from the Oklahoma Bridge Collapse -- Including the Mysterious Army Impostor
From Earlier Coverage:
Man sought in aftermath of bridge collapse
The FBI is investigating a man who called himself an Army captain and looked through a briefcase and laptop computer belonging to a victim of last month's deadly interstate bridge collapse.
Keating's office criticizes arrest threats against media
A spokesman for Gov. Frank Keating said Wednesday that law enforcement efforts to restrict access of reporters covering the Interstate 40 bridge collapse went too far.
Media get rough reception in Webbers Falls
Satellite trucks can't be seen on the town's streets though. No reporters, either For the most part, the media learned its lesson from the previous two days: Stray from the parking lot at your own risk.
THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA
IS WHITEWASHING AND LYING ABOUT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED ON SEPT. 11!
911:THE ROAD TO TYRANNY
IS SHAKING THE FOUNDATIONS OF WASHINGTON DC AS THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND REVEALING DOCUMENTARY FILM COVERING WHAT REALLY HAPPENED ON SEPT. 11 AND WHO STANDS TO GAIN.