Can't remember the first time I interviewed Paul Craig Roberts; best guess circa 1993 on WWRC/DC when he was with the Cato Institute. While imprecise on the date, my memory of the conversation is clear: difficult. Very smart guys who have an inkling they're very smart can be very difficult to interview when you are not a regular resident of their intellectual stratosphere.
Nevertheless, his points were spot on despite the level of condescension. I would have Roberts as an on-air several more times; it never got better.
That having been typed, Paul Craig Roberts is an excellent "read": zero BS, excellent research/references and facts are laid out for your judgement. Such is the case with this article. If you wish to make a side-trip to 9/11 land, that link is also provided. As of this writing, I have watched about half. While I had heard/read references to all the common allegations over the years, the cold, hard, irrefutable facts are laid out early. Yes, there is an unnecessary (IMO) amount of "drama" -- but it is a movie, documentary notwithstanding. Still, unless you have the superior insight and education to successfully argue against the laws of physics, math and logic; unless you prefer to believe USDA Prime government bullshit instead of your own lying eyes and if you haven't ever taken a serious look at the facts - or lack thereof - surrounding the 9/11 story, I encourage you to give it a look. It might help perceiving and comprehending more of the world, what's happening in it and to us.