Litwin’s Follies about Pierre FInck, Shaw/Bertrand, the FBI cover-up of Clay Shaw, the lies of Kerry Thornley, and James Angleton’s Black Tape operation.

Saturday, 06 February 2021 21:40

MLK / FBI

Written by Jeff Carter

Jeff Carter examines Sam Pollard’s new documentary, MLK / FBI, regarding the extensive surveillance apparatus established by the FBI and directed at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Despite avoiding some moral issues on the part of the FBI, a generous view of this film is warranted and the widest distribution to a mainstream audience should be encouraged.

Saturday, 13 February 2021 18:00

Litwin and the Warren Report

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As an introduction to the Fred Litwin Follies, Jim DiEugenio reviews his first book, which attempts to validate the Warren Commission using the thesis that “the authors of the Warren Report were honorable men who conducted an honest investigation and reached the right answer.” Jim, of course, decimates this thesis using a wealth of facts clearly available in the historical record.

Monday, 01 February 2021 05:13

Professor Gerald D. McKnight, author of Breach of Trust: How the Warren Commission Failed the Nation and Why has died

Yawn. Litwin character assassinates Jim Garrison, while concealing FBI and CIA interference in his investigation; he tops that off by whitewashing David Ferrie.

Thursday, 28 January 2021 04:43

Caitlin Johnstone, JFK, and the Insurrection

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Jim DiEugenio interacts with some of Caitlin Johnstone’s published thoughts on what she terms the “Capitol Hill Riot” and looks at the insurrection from the perspective of a JFK research community seeking justice and accountability whatever the cost.

Jim DiEugenio guest authors an article for CovertAction magazine, wherein he demonstrates that the Kennedy administration engaged with socialist and non-aligned leaders like Nasser and Sukarno, supported diplomatic solutions to conflict through the UN, stood up to European imperial agents, and was generally against right-wing coups and military intervention. In light of these foreign policies, the presidency and assassination of John Kennedy need to be reevaluated.

Saturday, 16 January 2021 19:36

Newsmaker, January 5, 2021, Jim DiEugenio

Jim DiEugenio, at:  AM 1480 WLEA News

Saturday, 16 January 2021 18:45

James Saxon and John Kennedy vs. Wall Street

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Jim DiEugenio examines President John F. Kennedy's economic policy and his relationship to the American Power Elite by reviewing Donald Gibson’s ground-breaking 1994 book, Battling Wall Street, and the role by played by James J. Saxon, his Comptroller of the Currency, in attempting to implement that policy.

Friday, 15 January 2021 21:30

Neil Sheehan: In Retrospect

Jim DiEugenio reviews this Establishment-honored journalist's career, stating: “If our readers are looking for an adulatory or commemorative eulogy of Sheehan, they should go over to the NY Times. It won’t be found here.”

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