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The Linkage Between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon Bombing And The Turkish Coup Attempt

August 21, 2016
The Linkage Between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon Bombing And The Turkish Coup Attempt

The direct linkage between Iran-Contra, The Boston Marathon bombing and the recent failed Turkish coup is CIA officer Graham Fuller By John Titus Once again proving that CIA officers never actually retire, Graham Fuller has been caught with his hands all over the recent coup attempt in Turkey. The July 15th attempt from within the […]

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Growing Up In The John Birch Society

August 4, 2016
Growing Up In The John Birch Society

Fear and loathing cloud the life of a boy in the muddy, paranoid backwoods of Washington State, and this family biography by J.G. Daniel couldn’t come at a better time; Review by John Titus “I was twelve years old, lying face down on my belly in the prone position in front of our old doublewide […]

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