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The CIA, John Stockwell, And A Tale of Two Speeches

January 19, 2018
The CIA, John Stockwell, And A Tale of Two Speeches

John Stockwell is one of the highest ranking CIA officers to quit the agency, go public, and educate the public on the crimes of the CIA. Let’s take a brief look at his background from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Stockwell “As a Marine, Stockwell was a CIA paramilitary intelligence case officer in three wars: the Congo Crisis, the […]

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Dr. Burkley and The Bullet

October 8, 2017
Dr. Burkley and The Bullet

Dr. George Burkley was the personal physician for President John F. Kennedy, and attended his autopsy after Kennedy’s assassination. I wrote about Burkley as part of the article “My Interviews With David Slawson Of The Warren Commission”, back in June 2015. Slawson and I wrangled over the fact that Dr. Burkley claimed to have evidence […]

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Putin: Kennedy Was Killed By U.S. “Special Services”

July 2, 2017
Putin: Kennedy Was Killed By U.S. “Special Services”

It’s probably going to piss off a lot of readers, but sometimes I think that Vladimir Putin is the only adult in the room. I am not veering off into the Russia/election debacle, which is largely a Democratic Party excuse for losing the presidency to Trump. That problem is due to the fact that Clinton […]

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“Killing Kennedy’s”

April 16, 2017
“Killing Kennedy’s”

Time to step away from the nightmare that is “Mein Trumpf”, and revisit the road-map to understanding how capital crime operates in the United States. That would be through a study of the Kennedy assassination, or assassinations, plural. In a near-masterpiece summary (all versions are flawed) Abel Cohen has written an article that pretty much […]

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Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

January 8, 2017
Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

There are books about the Nazis, books about spies, and books about the Kennedy assassination. David Talbot has managed to link all three in a pretty damned good history lesson about the dirty deals made at the end of World War 2 and beyond. Talbot’s book, “The Devil’s Chessboard – Allen Dulles, The CIA and […]

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Castro And Kennedy

November 27, 2016
Castro And Kennedy

Well, the times -they are a-changin’. November 25th 2016 marks the death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro at the ripe old age of 90. From what I have read, while Cuba mourns, Miami celebrates. Whatever your opinion of Fidel, he presented the only workable model of a modern socialist revolution and outlived a half-dozen CIA directors […]

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Wikileaks: CIA In Japan, LSD At Atsugi, Nagell And Oswald

May 22, 2016
Wikileaks: CIA In Japan, LSD At Atsugi, Nagell And Oswald

Declassified documents released by Wikileaks show political tension regarding CIA activities in Japan after revelations of the 1975 Church Committee Hearings. These issues were raised at a budget committee hearing with questions put to Japanese government officials. By John Titus Here is the link to the transcript: https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/1976TOKYO06286_b.html (emphasis added) CIA ACTIVITIES IN JAPAN Date: […]

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Warren Commission Critic Mark Lane Has Passed Away

May 16, 2016
Warren Commission Critic Mark Lane Has Passed Away

Mark Lane, one of the earliest, most vocal and controversial critics of the Warren Commission died last week on May 10th. He was 89 years old, and remained active to the end. Lane rankled many feathers in the contentious Kennedy assassination research community, yet provided some of the earliest and best leads to uncovering the […]

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Book Review: The Yankee And Cowboy War – By Carl Olgesby

May 8, 2016
Book Review: The Yankee And Cowboy War – By Carl Olgesby

Understanding today’s political theater – with shifting allegiances, back-stabbing, and “dark money” contributing to steer the ship of state – firmly requires looking back to look forward. Identifying patterns of corruption from the past enables us to interpret those of today and suspect what may occur in the future. One of the very best books […]

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Taking Another Look At The John Birch Society

February 21, 2016
Taking Another Look At The John Birch Society

To those of us who grew up in the 1950’s or 1960’s The John Birch Society may seem like a thing of the distant past, but it’s alive and well today and has left it’s paranoid footprints everywhere. Surprisingly, they’ve changed some of their targets, learned from mistakes and are attempting to re-invent the movement. […]

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