reply to post by seberhar
I think your absolutely right because I got the same response from my aunt when trying to discuss 9/11 with them... "Popular Mechanics already proved
that it could not have been an inside job and if you think it was then you should go live in another country."
So who is popular mechanics and why do they get the final say....
Hearst Corporation is a privately-held American-based media conglomerate based in the Hearst Tower in New York City, USA. Founded by William Randolph
Hearst as an owner of newspapers, the company's holdings now include a wide variety of media. The Hearst family is involved in the ownership and
management of the company.
Hearst is one of the largest diversified communications companies in the world. Its major interests include 15 daily and 38 weekly newspapers,
including the Houston Chronicle and Albany Times Union; nearly 200 magazines around the world, including Cosmopolitan and O, The Oprah Magazine; 29
television stations through Hearst Television Inc. which reach a combined 18% of U.S. viewers; ownership in leading cable networks, including A&E
Television Networks, and ESPN; as well as business publishing, Internet businesses, television production, newspaper features distribution and real
Under William Randolph Hearst's will, a common board of 13 trustees (its composition fixed at five family members and eight outsiders) administers the
Hearst Foundation, the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, and the trust that owns (and selects the 18-member board of) the Hearst Corporation. The
foundations shared ownership until tax law changed to prevent this. As of 2009, the trustees are:
Frank A. Bennack Jr., vice chairman and chief executive of the corporation
Anissa Bouadjakdji Balson, granddaughter of David Whitmire Hearst Sr.
John G. Conomikes, vice president of corporation, oversees broadcast interests
Ronald J. Doerfler, chief financial officer, senior vice president and a board member of Hearst Corporation
George Randolph Hearst Jr., chairman of Hearst Corporation and president of the Hearst Foundation
John Randolph Hearst Jr., an officer and director of the corporation
Virginia Hearst Randt, daughter of late former chairman Randolph Apperson Hearst
William Randolph Hearst III, president of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation
Harvey L. Lipton, lawyer and former vice president and secretary of the Corporation
Gilbert C. Maurer, former head of Hearst Magazines, then executive vice president and chief operating officer under Bennack, now a consultant
Mark F. Miller, former executive vice president of Hearst Magazines
David J. Barrett, president and chief executive officer of Hearst Television, Inc.
James M. Asher, chief legal and development officer of Hearst
The trust dissolves when all family members alive at the time of Hearst's death in August 1951 have died. Actuarial tables have put the mean value for
the date at 2042 or 2043.
What a bunch of BS
Don't believe the lies of Popular Mechanics, it's a bunch of paid off manipulated trash and a disgrace to all that died from
edit on 21-4-2011 by mileslong54 because: (no reason given)
edit on 21-4-2011 by mileslong54 because: (no reason