The Nation's letters section published a strong rebuttal to Christopher Hayes' article by Scholars for 9/11 Truth. The other letters also were effective answers to those who pooh-pooh the probability of an "inside job."
It should immediately be noted that 9/11 critics do not agree on every point, and in fact I have some concerns about a few of the statements given in the Scholars' rebuttal. However, that does not diminish the fact that there are far too many outstanding anomalies for the official accounts to be credible.
Nation editors, who were barraged with mail concerning the Hayes article, acknowledged that nearly everyone agreed that much information is still lacking concerning the events of 9/11.
It's also significant that the Nation did not feel it was in a position to continue the 9/11 denial policy coming from suspicious elements of the left.
When Blogspot burps
BTW, I forgot to mention that a week or so ago, Blogspot went down while I was working on my blog and all the links were erased from this blog and the associated blogs. Some of these links were very likely disliked by the control freaks. I haven't revived them all yet.
Imagine that the control freaks want to get rid of a large number of web pages. Arrange a system burp, wiping out links everywhere. Restoring links takes work. Hence, entropy will reduce the restoration of many of these links. Also, many people will not have the original URL and will use Google or some search engine to find it -- BUT, it won't be there. Presto! Damning web page removed from easy access.