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Len Colodny vs. John Dean

December 3, 2017
Len Colodny vs. John Dean

We’ve been reviewing the Watergate scandal lately, due to the similarities with the Trump Crime Family’s current predicament. Our last review was the testimony of James McCord and this time we take a look at the strange role of John Dean. Dean is the sometimes-hero of contemporary progressives because he ratted some of the Nixon […]

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James McCord’s Fascinating Watergate Testimony

November 14, 2017
James McCord’s Fascinating Watergate Testimony

The researchers at OurHiddenHistory.org (http://ourhiddenhistory.org/) have been busy uploading lots of historical audio and visual recordings, we thank them for keeping this history alive. The only way to understand how we are being screwed today is to reflect on corruption in the past and recognize the patterns of crimes occuring today. Yesterday I downloaded and […]

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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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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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