Two and a Half Men? Try One Man With the Courage of At Least 1.25


There is a man—a certain man
And for the truth of nine-one-one
He's doing all he can!
The feds can't screen
The things he's seen
He tells the news
He's off the booze, but now what can he mean?
He's Charlie Sheen!
He's Charlie Sheen!

And Charlie Sheen has joined "a growing army of other highly credible public figures" with the courage to speak out about the 9/11 hoax:

Sheen described the climate of acceptance for serious discussion about 9/11 as being far more fertile than it was a couple of years ago.

"It feels like from the people I talk to in and around my circles, it seems like the worm is turning…

"I was up early and we were gonna do a pre-shoot on Spin City, the show I used to do, I was watching the news and the north tower was burning. I saw the south tower hit live, that famous wide shot where it disappears behind the building and then we see the tremendous fireball."

"There was a feeling, it just didn't look any commercial jetliner I've flown on any time in my life and then when the buildings came down later on that day I said to my brother 'call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition'?"

Was he talking to Emilio, Renée, Ramon, or Zeppo? Yet another unanswered 9/11 question…

Whole story.

Charlie Sheen shoots Kelly Preston.

Soon-to-be-ex-wife Denise Richards is concerned about Sheen's gambling.

Sheen, his suspicions not limited to the Bush administration, tries to get Heather Locklear to spy on Richards.

Sheen's Two-And-A-Half Men co-star Jon Cryer describes his own more humble standing in the post-brat-pack pecking order: "I was so grateful that nobody cared when I was getting a divorce."

I debate Sheen's fellow 9/11 truth seeker, Ken Jenkins.