"It's fair to say there were unknowns." The announcement that Jones was stepping down came minutes after midnight Sunday morning."On the eve of historic fights for health care and clean energy, opponents of reform have mounted a vicious smear campaign against me," Jones said.on the net and you won't have a problem finding whatever you're after as it has tons of hot various categories.White House environmental adviser Van Jones resigned late Saturday after a simmering controversy over his past statements and activism erupted into calls for his ouster from Republican leaders on Friday.Jones's position did not require Senate confirmation, so he avoided the kind of vetting Cabinet officials were subjected to.In addition, as an adviser to the Council on Environmental Quality, rather than to Obama directly, his past was not reviewed to the same degree as the more senior "assistants to the president" and other top advisers inside the West Wing.He was a civil-rights activist in California before turning his focus to environmental and energy issues, and he won wide praise before joining the Obama administration for articulating a broad vision of a green economy Democrats could embrace.
There were and are unanswered questions about the terrorist attack, and serious inconsistencies, even demonstrable errors, in the official version of events (which is to say, the one contained in the 9/11 Commission report).
These suspicions, whether they are right or wrong, will remain unresolved, because we can't have a serious discussion of them, based on the facts we can actually establish, without the defenders of orthodoxy immediately resorting to ridicule and evasion.
I'd still like to know what really happened on 9/11, and why.
Nobody commenced a "resignation" campaign because of that.
How many people have signed "petitions" that someone threw down in front of them and they didn't bother to question what was behind it?