Rob Couteau continues his rediscovery and revitalization of the long-forgotten works of Stanley Marks by announcing the reprinting of Murder Most Foul! and Two Days of Infamy and exploring here the prophecies and prescience of Marks in these two works.

Friday, 04 December 2020 00:08

Rafer Johnson, Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86

Associated Press, at:  yahoo! sports

Saturday, 28 November 2020 20:13

Steven Gillon: Mark Lane Equals Donald Trump?

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Historian Steven Gillon blames the existence of QAnon on Warren Commission critic Mark Lane in a piece commemorating the 57th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and Jim DiEugenio sets the record straight by tracing the true source of right-wing conspiracy culture.

Saturday, 28 November 2020 18:29

Edward Curtin’s Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies

Joseph E. Green, at:  medium.com

Saturday, 21 November 2020 20:20

The Jakarta Method by Vincent Bevins

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Jim DiEugenio reviews Vincent Bevins new book The Jakarta Method by demonstrating how he fitted the facts to a pre-conceived narrative rather than fairly considering the actual facts regarding the development of the Cold War and JFK’s foreign policy.

Sunday, 15 November 2020 08:12

The Necessary Rebuff of Conspiracy (Theory)

Albert L. Rossi, at:  ratical.org

In light of the recent presidential election and the upcoming inauguration of a new president, Mark Adamczyk revisits his earlier work on the mandated final release of JFK assassination records under the JFK Records Collections Act of 1992 and proposes a path forward to enforcing the dictates of this law.

Wednesday, 04 November 2020 16:44

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: Int'l. Message for Freedom and Hope

Children's Health Defense, at:  YouTube

Wednesday, 04 November 2020 06:00

I was NOT a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

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David Mantik reviews Fred Litwin’s I was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak by examining 44 different claims from the book and refuting each one using readily available evidence that Litwin appears to be completely unaware of.

Thursday, 22 October 2020 02:24

Nasser, Kennedy, the Middle East, and Israel

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Jim DiEugenio continues his thorough exposition of John F. Kennedy’s foreign policy in this article by focusing on Egypt’s Abdel Nasser, Israel’s Ben Gurion, and the Middle East, where Kennedy wanted to appeal to forces he considered moderate, in hope of spreading the elements of moderation—republics, socialism, free education—throughout the Middle East.

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