Sure they are. All you have to do is write an article saying conspiracy theories are so ridiculous that you shouldn't even bother checking into them yourself.
Keep your eye on the watch... you are getting sleepy... don't look behind the curtain because everything you already see and hear is true...
William Kristol is editor of The Weekly Standard, as well as chairman and co-founder of the Project for the New American Century.
"The process of transformation is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event - like a new Pearl Harbor."
~Project for the New American Century, Rebuilding America's Defenses, Sept 2000
PNAC Letter to Gingrich and Lott on Iraq
May 29, 1998
...U.S. policy should have as its explicit goal removing Saddam Hussein's regime from power and establishing a peaceful and democratic Iraq in its place. We recognize that this goal will not be achieved easily. But the alternative is to leave the initiative to Saddam, who will continue to strengthen his position at home and in the region. Only the U.S. can lead the way in demonstrating that his rule is not legitimate and that time is not on the side of his regime. To accomplish Saddam's removal, the following political and military measures should be undertaken:
-- We should take whatever steps are necessary to challenge Saddam Hussein's claim to be Iraq's legitimate ruler, including indicting him as a war criminal;
-- We should help establish and support (with economic, political, and military means) a provisional, representative, and free government of Iraq in areas of Iraq not under Saddam's control;
-- We should use U.S. and allied military power to provide protection for liberated areas in northern and southern Iraq; and -- We should establish and maintain a strong U.S. military presence in the region, and be prepared to use that force to protect our vital interests in the Gulf - and, if necessary, to help remove Saddam from power
Hey, where's bin Laden?