I'll address as many as I can:
What are you looking for: a confession? Oh, yeah, we got that...
So far I haven't seen any "proof" that it was Bin Laden, or even Arabs in particular.
Actually no, there have been many incidences where private news agencies (not just American) have found compelling evidence and information.
All the information released so far has been by the US government. No secondary information sources have provided any information about the attacks.
First of all, you really don't expect them not to have backups, do you? Second, remember the markets had a few days off at the beginning.
For some reason the destruction Financial Data servers in the World Trade didn't even phase the market.
I don't exactly know what's going on there, but I think we scared the crap out of Saudi Arabia. The rest of OPEC had to follow suit.
Gas prices are lower than I remember, and we just happen to have our army camped next to the biggest oil refineries of the world.
I don't think FBI knew about these attacks. Hell, half the attackers didn't know about these attacks.
The FBI knew about these attacks months before.
If you know that your country's economy was going into a recession a war would be too convenient.
From my understanding, we are, but I still don't like the amount of power Bush has seized.
Oops I forgot, were not at war. We just gave our president unlimited "temporary" powers.
I don't know how accurate a statement, "more fredomes than any other bill passed ever," is. But, you're right the Patriot Act is anything but patriotic. You'll get no argument from me about the Patriot Act being bad.
The Anti-Terrorism Bill takes away more of our freedom's than any other bill passed ever. Even computer crime could be considered terrorism. The government will gain the power to watch our every move.
Freedom? What's that?
The United States has a tremendous arsenal. But, you're right, the contractors are probably having to put in a lot of overtime.
Did you know that we are bombing without even caring what our inventories are? Defense Contractors?
I have no idea. They were just on the list of countries that we don't like before the attacks, I think. It's a shame.
How did Cuba and North Korea end up on our "countries to bomb" list?
I think the looses for the networks ranged in the billions.
Remember the news being on 24/7?
Who do you think paid for that?
What ever that refers to has probably been superceded by the death of 3000 people. There's probably still an investigation going on, you're just not going to see it on the front page -- look to section d-6.
The stock trading days before the attacks was going to be investigated. Now it's completely dropped. Wouldn't that be a real clue on who's behind this?
Actually, I think it was the Pakistani IIS that backed them after the original provisional government crumbled. We helped fund the IIS.
Remember we funded the Taliban, we created them.
Ooops gotta clean up our messes now.
I think that about covers it, right?
~~Have a Good Day :-)