Ray McGovern, who wrote the foreword for my book Remember the Liberty!, references congressman Devin Nunes' efforts to expose the deep state. Here, we will consider the potential consequences of a chain of events that might become comparable to an unstoppable runaway train on its way down a mountain with many curves ahead. Will McGovern's … Continue reading “Ex-FBI, CIA Officials Draw Withering Fire on Russiagate” by Ray McGovern
A Response to Bill Kelly's critique of my book review fROM JFK Contercoup2 blogspot: "A Critique of My Review of The Inheritance by Philip [sic] Nelson", by Bill Kelly (WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019) BK NOTES: I was quite surprised to read Phil Nelson's review of The Inheritance in which he is critical of my review. Well … Continue reading My Review of “The Inheritance” Revisited, Again.
(And the related question: was LBJ mysteriously involved in that one too?) Finally, Seven Decades Later -- Evidence Presented that Forrestal was "Suicided" My review of David Martin's new book has been posted on Amazon, although it may not be displayed there for a few days pending their review and approval. (Mr. Martin used the … Continue reading Book Review: “The Assassination of James Forrestal” by David Martin
THIS VIDEO (CLICK HERE) includes interviews with many of the sailors and officers aboard the Liberty, and contemporaneous navy brass, who knew the attack was no accident. As I've detailed in the book Remember the Liberty! there is no other realistic explanation for why Israel would knowingly attack a U.S. warship: That LBJ viewed the … Continue reading 52nd Anniversary of President LBJ’s Treasonous Attack on the USS Liberty
And Why Would David Garrow Pile On (Again)? By Phillip F. Nelson May 28, 2019 Certain to reach large audiences over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the headlines from two British tabloids – picked up by The Drudge Report and other “news” websites, “FBI tapes show Martin Luther King Jr had 40 affairs and 'laughed' … Continue reading What’s New in the Newly Found MLK Sex Tapes?
"Robert Caro’s Blind Spot" Why does the exhaustive biographer overlook Lyndon Johnson’s virulent misogyny? Writing in Slate Magazine, Joshua Kendall notes that, in addition to those items I've referenced, Mr. Caro has left out a lot of material related to LBJ's treatment of women. Interesting about the response he received from Mary Margaret Wiley when … Continue reading Another Astute Reader Notices Things that Robert Caro Overlooked . . .
And How Robert Caro Missed LBJ's End Run Around JFK's Rejection After attempting to get President Kennedy to officially assign him oversight responsibility of "all national security issues" — and failing in that audacious act — Johnson set out to achieve the same result using his innately brazen guile. Documents within his own "LBJ Library" … Continue reading How Lyndon Johnson Expropriated Control Over the Pentagon and CIA Soon After the Inauguration of the Kennedy-Johnson Administration