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Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

September 22, 2019
Review: “A Lie Too Big To Fail” – Lisa Pease On The Robert Kennedy Assassination

I remember June 6th 1968 very well. It was my younger brother’s birthday, bright and sunny. My parents had intentionally left the morning paper where I could see it, and the banner headline announced that Senator Robert Kennedy had been killed. It was a familiar feeling as I recalled when President John Kennedy was shot, […]

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June 5 1968: Robert Kennedy Assassination

June 6, 2016
June 5 1968: Robert Kennedy Assassination

June 6 1968 was my little brothers birthday, and I remember it well. Early that morning I got up and was getting ready for the day when I saw the newspaper was left on the counter, something my parents didn’t usually do. On the front cover was the banner headline saying that Robert Kennedy had […]

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The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

December 1, 2013
The Hypno-Programmed Assassin

Back in July we looked at new technology for advertising that uses “Voice to skull technology”, where messages can be broadcast into a person’s head and only that person can hear it. This technology is now being used to play adds for people as they walk by billboards for instance. It has also long been […]

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    May 1909, off the North Shore of Orcas Island, Washington State: “As Baker ran he saw the water begin foaming out past the reef, and the head of a huge serpent rose from the roiling waters. Ten feet and more of the monster’s head surfaced, and his undulating body rose in and out of the […]
  • Mixed Review: “Fault Lines” By Kruse And Zelizer
    It’s not often that I give mixed reviews, I usually select books that I am truly interested in. Additionally, I rarely quit reading a book I intend to review, but that’s exactly what I did with this book. I initially really wanted to read this book to reinforce my reckoning of news from my teen […]
  • Monkey Business: Two Very Different Bigfoot Books
    In these crazy times, I have had a need to take a break from political research. What I found is as informative and interesting as it is scary. That is, reading up on Bigfoot-Sasquatch, which probably for the same reason I found, has hit an all-time high public interest cycle. Bigfooters, or “Squatchers”, as they […]
  • Review: “How Fascism Works” By Jason Stanley
    I really appreciate when an author can boil complex ideas down to easily understandable concepts. “How Fascism Works – The Politics of Us and Them” by Professor Jason Stanley is just such a book. Stanley, a Yale professor has produced an examination of fascism that is reflected in the current state of American affairs. Fascism […]
  • Review: “Devolution” By Max Brooks
    People who read this blog have probably noted a change in the material I have reviewed lately. Recent subjects include: permaculture, radicalism in the 1970’s, pre-history revisionism, and yes, Bigfoot. The fact is, I am in a political burn-out mode and needed some breathing room with off-beat subject matter. Rarely do I read fiction, but […]