9/11 conspiracy theorists

The 9/11 conspiracy theories usually relegated to the backwaters of the blogosphere may appear on New York City’s ballot in a referendum that would force the city to investigate the collapse of 7 World Trade Center.
The decade since the hijacked 747s rammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon hasn't changed one thing. Millions of Americans still fervently believe that the 9/11 terror attacks were part of a well-conceived, well-planned, staged act.
Ahmadinejad's conspiracy theories about 9/11 and his Holocaust denial show how critical it is that the Free World protect truth from ideology.
Elites often appear to play an important role in spreading false claims ranging from "death panels" to the Muslim myth and Obama supporting Islamic law.
What's going on internally that makes conspiracy stories appealing to us as individuals? For one, most humans don't deal at all well with the cruel, capricious randomness of fate.
For years, Dobbs has used his program to spread misinformation and paranoia. CNN needs to move quickly and remove Dobbs from their lineup to prevent further embarrassment. It's been a long time coming.
Birthers: the people who believe, despite all evidence to the contrary, that Barack Obama was born in Kenya, or Indonesia, or Mars, or the Seventh Ring of Hell.
Mainstream Protestant churches in America have been taken over by demonic world bankers as part of their diabolical plan to control the world.