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Displaying items by tag: JFK ASSASSINATION

Jim DiEugenio assesses the historical accuracy of James Patterson and Cynthia Fagen’s The House of Kennedy and discovers the shoddy research and tabloid style of the book make it unfit for reading. Their idea is to present the Kennedy clan as a bunch of useless wastrels, whose two most prominent political representatives were murdered by lone nuts. Therefore, their implication is that these murders have no political or historic importance.

Thursday, 16 April 2020 02:43

The CIA and the Texas School Book Depository

William Weston examines the curious letters of Elzie Glaze and considers potential connections between the CIA and the Texas School Book Depository.

Monday, 30 March 2020 23:56

The Dylan/Kennedy Sensation

Jim DiEugenio analyzes the surprising new song released by Bob Dylan about the JFK assassination, Murder Most Foul, and interprets it as a poem for those with familiarity with the case.

Friday, 27 March 2020 17:27

Bob Dylan - Murder Most Foul (Official Audio)

Bob Dylan, at:  YouTube

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Steve Jones remembers Jerry Policoff as being passionate in pursuit of the truth of the assassination of President Kennedy, as well as trying to make the United States a more just and equitable nation for all. He will be deeply missed.

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David Josephs graciously provides us with the slides and original speaker notes from his very well-received presentation at the CAPA 2019 November in Dallas Conference.

Wednesday, 04 March 2020 19:16

Goodbye and Good Riddance to Chris Matthews

Jim DiEugenio reviews the career of Chris Matthews upon his resignation from MSNBC, asserting, “I cannot help but wonder who will replace him, and if that person will be any kind of an improvement. I would think he or she could not be much worse.”

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S. T. Patrick, at:  Midnight Writer News

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Staff, at:  TMZ

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