Archive for November, 2013

Open Letter To Chris Matthews and Tom Brokaw re: The Kennedy Assassination

November 25, 2013
Open Letter To Chris Matthews and Tom Brokaw re: The Kennedy Assassination

Open Letter to Chris Matthews and Tom Brokaw E-mail link To Chris Matthews and Tom Brokaw: For years I have followed both of your careers and have respected your work. Tom Brokaw is a classic “old school” journalist, and Chris Matthews can peel the skin off an unprepared or lying guest on his show “Hardball”. […]

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Kennedy and Oswald: Two Firsthand Accounts

November 17, 2013
Kennedy and Oswald: Two Firsthand Accounts

November 2013 is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy – an event that was planned long before November 22, 1963. Despite the flood of absolute crap coming out in the heavily-controlled mass media, a majority of Americans are aware of a conspiracy to kill the President. It’s deeply troubling that […]

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Rocker Lou Reed Died Practicing Tai Chi

November 2, 2013
Rocker Lou Reed Died Practicing Tai Chi

Ah, it was so sad last week to hear of the death of legendary rocker Lou Reed. Reed fronted “The Velvet Underground”, and was often referred to as the pioneer of punk rock. What I didn’t know about Lou is that he was aparrently really into Tai Chi. Here’s a great little story from his […]

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