The is an excerpt from a documentary on the first responders at ground zero.
John Sferazo, President/Co-Founder of Unsung Heroes Helping Heroes is interviewed by Charlie Frick.
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911 - First Responders Game Video
Respond is a short, 7 minute compilation which depicts the health effects of the toxic dust from the World Trade Center collapse on 9/11 first responders. These heroes volunteered their time after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, and are now paying the ultimate price.
Please feel free to download a DVD image of this video, burn it to disc, and show first responders in your area what their brothers and sisters in New York are going through.
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The creators of this video are not associated with the Fealgood Foundation in any way, but we appreciate their fine efforts, and we encourage you to find a way to support them and the 9/11 first responders who are suffering.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, Texas residents in Bridge City have been devastated by the flooded waters in their homes. As first responders meet the needs of the community, Operation Blessing is helping residents such as Sheriff Deputy Mike Leleux remove debris and gut out his home. By providing disaster relief services such as removing drywall and clearing out debris, Operation Blessing is helping the community of Bridge City to get back to normalcy as they rebuild their lives after Ike's devastation.
The World Trade Center Health Program claims there is not enough scientific evidence that some 9/11 First Responders are suffering from rare cancer because of their rescue efforts on September 11th (therefore they will not get public funding to treat their illness). Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss.
Here what this eyewitness say caused the 47 floor skyscraper to come down.
Matt Bruce is a Nationally Syndicated Radio Show Host, Dedicated War Veteran, and First Responder to the World Trade Center with the FDNY (New York Fire Department)
He discusses what it was like to be in the FDNY responding to the World Trade Center after its collapse, our Government and how our freedoms are in peril to a bloated Government.
American Heroes Challenge will present a two-day multi-stage firearms and tactics competition designed to test the technical, tactical, and physical capabilities of the nation's armed forces and first responders from all over the country. All of the proceeds from this event will go toward the goal of raising at least $1 million for the construction of a world-class Veterans Memorial in Las Vegas.
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Cenk Uygur (host of The Young Turks) explains how Jon Stewart of The Daily Show changed Fox News coverage of a bill to help 9/11 first responders.
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Up to $50 million - and no one to spend it? The money hung over Osama bin Laden’s head as an incentive for his demise, but now that he’s dead, who gets the money?
“What about giving it to the Navy Seals?”
“If you really wanna get technical about it, didn’t those Guantanimo Bay prisoners provide information to help catch bin Laden?”
More than a few suggestions from the media. And two New York congressmen have their own idea of what to do with it…
REP. ANTHONY WEINER (D-NY): “We would make families, groups, organizations that help deal with the survivors of September 11, help them benefit.”
REP. JERRY NADLER (D-NY): “We stand here with some unmet needs, and an opportunity.”
Congressmen Anthony Weiner and Jerry Nadler want to add a clause to current legislation, which would allow the secretary of state to distribute the $50 million to 9/11 first responders, survivors and their families.
The reward was originally set up as 25 million then upped to 50 -- and now no one is sure just how much would actually be awarded. A writer for Gather News says- Weiner and Nadler’s idea seems like a feel-good concept, but might not be practical.
“Beyond determining if the actual reward is $50 million, there are a slew of questions... How will the money be divvied up? Will certain families get more than others? ... Do the taxpayers foot the bill when the money runs out? There are too many holes and not enough money to fill them…”
And with bin Laden intelligence coming from a variety of informants, deciding where the reward money should go is another dilemma. A writer for the International Business Times reports- it might not go very far at all…
“What makes the situation complex is that it was essentially the U.S. intelligence network, not any single tipster, who blazed the trail to the terror fugitive's den… It is possible that the reward amount may never be granted to anyone.”
The Rewards for Justice program defines an informant as someone who provided quote- “actionable information that put terrorists behind bars or prevented acts of international terrorism worldwide.” But in the case of bin Laden, a Washington Post blogger points out- some of those informants were, well, terrorists behind bars.
“Another reason bin Laden’s bounty may go unclaimed? Unidentified detainees, some of whom were exposed to interrogation tactics, gave a key piece of the information leading the U.S. to bin Laden. It’s doubtful the government is eager to make a detainee a millionaire any time soon.”
The legislation proposed by Weiner and Nadler is expected to be discussed later this week. More than $100 million have been given away since the Rewards for Justice program was created in 1984.
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Senator Charles Schumer visited the crash site for the first time today, getting a close look at the crash scene of flight 3407.
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A song written and recorded by a group of Western New Yorkers in memory of Flight 3407 was performed live in a debut presentation at the Eastern Hills Wesleyan Church on Thursday, March 19 . Love Knows No Boundaries, will be available for sale across WNY with all proceeds earmarked for the creation of a Clarence memorial dedicated to those affected and involved in the crash of Flight 3407.
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Carney remembers Sept. 11th, 2001 and asks you to remember those who sacrificed so much on that day. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Safety is top concern at The Next Chapter of LNG Fire Protection symposium
Marinette, Wisconsin, USA â November 22, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- Complete fire protection for human lives, communities, facilities and the liquefied natural gas (LNG) itself was the main focus of the two-day symposium that ANSUL hosted October 17 â 18, 2006. Industry experts spoke on such safety topics as "Facility Emergency Response," "Challenges Facing First Responders," "Exposure Protection," and "LNG Preparedness" among others. Over 70 attendees from around the globe came together to participate in this one-of-a-kind information and technology exchange symposium. Their attendance showed their support for LNG as a valuable energy source.
"LNG has a very low incident rate and is a relatively safe product compared to other energy sources such as petroleum or gasoline," said Dennis Kennedy, Vice President and General Manager, Engineered Systems/Foam Products. "However, many attendees voiced their concern over the misconception the general public has regarding the safety of LNG," said Kennedy. Education of the public on the safety standards set in place was part of a roundtable discussion at the symposium and it was determined that more needed to be done to inform communities about LNG safety. The public would benefit from knowing the strict standards governing LNG safety are overseen by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), U.S. Coast Guard (USGC) within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) within the Department of Transportation (DOT).
With government agencies working alongside private companies such as ANSUL, the public can be assured that all matters of safety are being addressed. ANSUL provides more fire suppression products throughout the world than any other one company and is committing its knowledge and resources to make the LNG industry as safe as possible. The ANSUL research and development department, its full line of fire suppression products and world-famous training capabilities are keys to LNG fire protection peace-ofmind.