Category Archives: Philosophy

Mixed Puzzle Pieces: A Short, Biased History of the JFK Community

For those who don't like my rants and raves, please quit reading now.  For those who want a smile, a nod in agreement or hopefully some inspiration and back-patting, please continue. You see, for the last few weeks, there has been a radical attempt to push the people within the JFK community  to stand by…
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It’s Time to Change…An Addition.

It has been brought to my attention that I hurt the feelings of some of the people who put on conferences. For this I am sorry.  I had received many phone calls, messages and emails about how others felt about the conferences.  We are all entitled to our opinions.   I DO think there’s a need for…
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It’s Time for Change

The 51st anniversary of JFK’s murder has come and gone. There were four major conferences and a luncheon: 2 in October and 3 in November in Dallas. But why are we still having conferences?   In perusing social networking sites, not one of them was immune from criticism. One was called a “spook fest”. One was…
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What Do the Jonestown Massacre and the JFK Assassination Have in Common?

[caption id="attachment_3142" align="aligncenter" width="446"] Mark Lane and Jim Jones and Charles Garry[/caption] Jonestown and JFK:  Two Horrors, Many Parallels My friends Zach Jendro and Trish Fleming are 2 of the best researchers I know.  They're always sending me new articles they find and sometimes reading one automatically pushes my soapbox under my feet.  So is the case today. …
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