Posts Tagged ‘ Richard Nixon ’

A Reminder: “Army Massacres Students At Kent State May 4th 1970”

May 4, 2019
A Reminder:  “Army Massacres Students At Kent State May 4th 1970”

My thoughts about the Kent State shootings, May 4th 1970. In these unstable times, we need to remember how people put their bodies on the line in the past – and Nixon was removed from office. From 2017: Here we are, in another unfamiliar Presidential malaise Under Mein Trumpf. I have reason to post this […]

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A Tale Of Two Drug Wars

April 18, 2016
A Tale Of Two Drug Wars

Let’s take a look at two versions of “the drug war”; The war on drugs – and The war on drugs. In March we looked at Professor Alfred McCoy’s famous book “The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia”, his details of how intelligence agencies aligned with the Mafia to use drugs to fund operations, and […]

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Emerging Viruses And The Threat of Biowarfare

May 25, 2014
Emerging Viruses And The Threat of Biowarfare

After listening to several excellent interviews with Dr. Leonard Horowitz, I ordered his book “Emerging Viruses – Aids and Ebola; Nature, Accident or Intentional?” In this heavily foot noted 500-plus page book, Dr. Horowitz makes a persuasive case that some of the most dangerous diseases on the planet came out of labs doing research on […]

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“Judo” Gene LeBell Was Once Charged With Murder, Intrigue

February 24, 2014
“Judo” Gene LeBell Was Once Charged With Murder, Intrigue

“Judo” Gene LeBell is a long-time familiar character in the martial arts community. LeBell is legendary in Judo and Wrestling circles, and was a stunt man and actor in Hollywood. Most recently, he is remembered for the story that he had a dispute with Aikido expert Steven Seagal – partly concerning Seagals crippling treatment of […]

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It’s Official: Nixon Committed Treason

March 19, 2013
It’s Official: Nixon Committed Treason

Richard Millhouse Nixon, the most loathed and tragic figure of the Republican Party until George W. Bush, has yet another nail in his coffin. The Atlantic Wire has a great article about some newly released tapes from the Johnson Presidency: “Rumors and whispers of Richard Nixon’s ‘treason’ — sabotaging Vietnam peace talks to help his […]

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    Covid Dreams This rambling post is simply the wanderings of my mind as I have worked through Covid. If you don’t care to read it, fine. I’m just working through some thoughts, and believe me, I’ve had a full week of isolation to think about shit. First, let me say I have (until last week) […]
  • Ray Crowe: Bigfoot Behavior
    While taking another break from reading dystopian books on the state-of-the-world, I picked up my copy of “Bigfoot Behavior”, by Ray Crowe. Let me begin by saying that I met Mr. Crowe and spoke with him many times. I bought armloads of books at his tiny used book store in the St. John’s neighborhood on […]
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  • Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth
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