What's funniest about all of this "Path to 9/11" humbug: the 9/11 Commission Report was itself politically white-washed crock of shit. Sorry to spoil the party (and sign the petition, please*) but still someone had to say it.
*particularly if–like most LS lurkers–you are a centrist with any cred.
Update 9/10: Oh wouldn't you know it, "The Path to 9/11" is linked directly to David Horowitz (where does that man get all his money?):
Before The Path to 9/11 entered the production stage, Disney/ABC contracted David Cunningham as the film's director. Cunningham is no ordinary Hollywood journeyman. He is in fact the son of Loren Cunningham, founder of the right-wing evangelical group Youth With A Mission (YWAM). The young Cunningham helped found an auxiliary of his father's group called The Film Institute (TFI), which, according to its mission statement, is "dedicated to a Godly transformation and revolution TO and THROUGH the Film and Televisionindustry." As part of TFI's long-term strategy, Cunningham helped place interns from Youth With A Mission's in film industry jobs "so that they can begin to impact and transform Hollywood from the inside out," according to a YWAM report.
Last June, Cunningham's TFI announced it was producing its first film, mysteriously titled "Untitled History Project."
...This June, while The Path to 9/11 was being filmed, LFF founders Govindini Murty and Jason Apuzzo -- both friends of [script writer] Nowrasteh -- announced they were "partnering" with right-wing activist David Horowitz. Indeed, the 2006 LFF is listed as "A Program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center."
Your children's preemptive history lesson is in fine hands, indeed. Anticipate some fun with this on the "liberal" blogs then for at least a month or two. (If only the majority of (non)voters would read (and feel addressed by) the "liberal" blogs, accessing them on an abundantly free wireless grid, for instance, instead of anesthatizing themselves on stale TV exhausted after commuting home from work. And then if only their votes didn't require standing in line all fucking day and were actually counted, and resulted directly in their quality of opportunity, education and health improving. In fact if only their civic duty wasn't limited to voting. Funny how these things are all connected. Someone should perhaps start a party to address these crucial issues.)