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Bob Graham

Senator Bob Graham is the former two–term governor of Florida and served for 18 years in the United States Senate. This is combined with 12 years in the Florida legislature for a total of 38 years of public service. Bob Graham retired from public service in January 2005, following his Presidential campaign in 2004.

Bob Graham is recognized for his leadership on issues ranging from education, economic development, healthcare, environmental preservation and his service on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence — including eighteen months as chairman in 2001–2002.

After retiring from public life, Senator Graham served for a year as a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

In recent years, Senator Graham was appointed by the President and served as Co-Chair of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling. This followed his service as a Commissioner on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, as Chairman of the Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism and his service as a member of the CIA External Advisory Board.

Currently he is chairman of the WMD Center, a 501c3 not for profit research organization which continues the work of the Commission, co-chair of Oil Spill Commission Action project, is a member of the board of directors of several companies, and is the chair of the Board of Overseers of the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University Florida.

Senator Graham is also the author of several books including “America: The Owner’s Manual,” which teaches the skills of civic participation, and “Keys to the Kingdom,” a novel of suspense which draws upon his background in government and intelligence.
Il faut rouvrir l'enquête du 11 Alamy

Il faut rouvrir l'enquête du 11 septembre!

Le temps qui s'est écoulé depuis le 11 septembre 2001 n'a pas diminué la méfiance que beaucoup d'entre nous ressentent à l'égard de la version officielle concernant l'organisation des attentats, et surtout, la question de qui les a financés et soutenus. Onze ans plus tard, le temps est venu pour les familles des victimes, les survivants et tous les Américains de savoir ce qu'il y a vraiment derrière le 11 septembre. Pour commencer, la question au sujet de qui a pu aider les 19 pirates de l'air et faciliter les infrastructures ayant permis les attaques - un élément fondamental - reste ouverte.
11/09/2012 10:09 EDT