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A Guest’s Essay: “An Incredible Journey,” by Jim Feliciano

Penn Jones Jr. – As a Frequent Correspondent, and Personal Friend I would have to say, if there was anyone who "took me under" and was the guiding light where I needed to go early on, it was Penn Jones, Jr. I used to spend hours with him on the phone, we corresponded back and … Continue reading A Guest’s Essay: “An Incredible Journey,” by Jim Feliciano

The Strange Synchronicity of Seemingly Unrelated Enigmatic Events: April 1963, Seven Months Before JFK’s Assassination

The Roman poet Juvenal asked, “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” (“Who will guard the guards themselves?”)  During the month of April, 1963, a number of strange events (or metaphoric “threads”) occurred that, when woven together, suggest that they had much in common, in the context of the evolving plot to murder President Kennedy and ensure that … Continue reading The Strange Synchronicity of Seemingly Unrelated Enigmatic Events: April 1963, Seven Months Before JFK’s Assassination

Proof of LBJ’s Lies About Having “Inherited” Vietnam Escalation – And How “HINOs” (Historians in Name Only) Have Repeated Those Lies

Front Page of Pacific Stars and Stripes, October 4, 1963 The Stars and Stripes newspaper reported six weeks before his assassination, as he planned ahead for the 1964 election, that JFK had sent Defense Secretary Robert McNamara and head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Maxwell Taylor to Vietnam on an "inspection" mission to … Continue reading Proof of LBJ’s Lies About Having “Inherited” Vietnam Escalation – And How “HINOs” (Historians in Name Only) Have Repeated Those Lies

“The Inheritance” Book Buttressed by Newly Found Documents at Baylor University

Tucked away within the Poage Legislative Library - JFK - Dr. John Nichols Slides Collection, Robert F. Kennedy's file copy of a letter to Dr. George Burkley, and Burkley's subsequent letter to Evelyn Lincoln substantiate the most critically pertinent bases of Christopher Fulton's claims. A careful reading of the first letter, from Robert Kennedy to … Continue reading “The Inheritance” Book Buttressed by Newly Found Documents at Baylor University

LBJ Personally Ordered Captain Fritz to End Investigation

According to Penn Jones in 1975, Within 24 Hours of JFK's Assassination, President Johnson Ordered Captain Fritz to End the Investigation: "You Have Your Man" Penn Jones, publisher of the Midlothian Mirror and author of "Forgive My Grief" (Vol. 1-4) Given everything else we know about Lyndon Johnson’s actions on and after November 22, 1963, … Continue reading LBJ Personally Ordered Captain Fritz to End Investigation

A State Secret: The Closest the U.S. Ever Came to a Nuclear Confrontation: June 8, 1967

HINT: It wasn’t the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis – that was a distant second on the list The 53rd anniversary of the United States’ closest-ever nuclear confrontation event will soon come and go with nary a mention of its significance – certainly not in the “Main Stream Media” (MSM) where it should appear, but probably … Continue reading A State Secret: The Closest the U.S. Ever Came to a Nuclear Confrontation: June 8, 1967

Penn Jones’ Views on LBJ’s Role in the JFK Assassination: Aligns with “Mastermind” Appellation – Part 2

In the second part of the first chapter of his 1969 book, Penn Jones described how the "Military" faction had coordinated the others -- including the FBI, the CIA and the DPD (Dallas Police Dept.) and how all of that would not have been possible without Johnson's involvement. Jones also presciently included the "Financial Community" … Continue reading Penn Jones’ Views on LBJ’s Role in the JFK Assassination: Aligns with “Mastermind” Appellation – Part 2

Penn Jones’ Views on LBJ’s Role in the JFK Assassination: Aligns with “Mastermind” Appellation – Part 1

In Part 1, Jones lays out the basic premise of LBJ's role, enumerating many acts that he personally directed, not the least of which was the destruction of the crime scene: the Presidential limousine. In Part 2, he conjoins that with his views on the other participants, "Big Oil" and the "Military" -- which, he … Continue reading Penn Jones’ Views on LBJ’s Role in the JFK Assassination: Aligns with “Mastermind” Appellation – Part 1

Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Complicated Conflictions of LBJ’s Chosen Biographer

Gifted Biographer or a Successful Grifter-Plagiarist?   Doris Kearns, as a Harvard PhD candidate at age 24, was selected in 1967 for a White House fellowship despite having written an article for The New Republic titled “How to Remove L.B.J. in 1968”. She was undoubtedly not the only one surprised by that.  At that point, … Continue reading Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Complicated Conflictions of LBJ’s Chosen Biographer

MacBird Redux: What 1967 Was Really Like

In February, 1967 "MacBird," an off-Broadway play by 25-year-old Barbara Garson, parodied Shakespeare's murderous Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, lampooning President and Mrs. Johnson -- as MacBird and Lady MacBird. It boldly asserted that MacBird had not only arranged for the murder of Ken O'Dunc (JFK) but even Adlai Stevenson's suspicious death in 1965. LBJ and … Continue reading MacBird Redux: What 1967 Was Really Like

The McCains’ Mutiny (Part 2 of 2)

Originally published in garrison. — The Journal of History and Deep Politics (Vol. 003, October 2019), this 26-page article is being presented in two parts -- this is the second (includes end notes for both parts). We now turn to McCain's allegedly "heroic" period of time as a prisoner-of war and his last four decades pretending to … Continue reading The McCains’ Mutiny (Part 2 of 2)

The McCains’ Mutiny (Part 1 of 2)

Originally published in garrison. -- The Journal of History and Deep Politics (Vol. 003, October 2019), this 26-page article is being presented in two parts. The following insert on the June, 1967 attack by the Israeli Defense Forces on the USS Liberty explains the background of that incident for those unfamiliar with it. For the … Continue reading The McCains’ Mutiny (Part 1 of 2)

A Few Words of Commendation for Professor David Denton’s New Book

Professor David Denton's Compendium of "Essays on the Assassination of John F. Kennedy" Professor David Denton, in compiling his essays into a highly readable yet succinct 84-page book, has focused his attention on a number of books by authors such as David Talbot, John Newman, Joan Mellen (and others, including my own), and essays or … Continue reading A Few Words of Commendation for Professor David Denton’s New Book

View “Out of Shadows” Video on Contemporary Deep State Corruption (And From Whence it Came)

The Video "Out of Shadows": How a Handful of "Elites" Run the World Through Avarice, Blackmail, Cunning and Deceit Or, How LBJ's Corruption in 1961-69 has Grown Like Weeds and is Now Manifested in the Most Horrid [Deepest of the] Deep State Crimes This is a must-watch "blockbuster" video, for everyone interested in understanding how … Continue reading View “Out of Shadows” Video on Contemporary Deep State Corruption (And From Whence it Came)

Did Connally Know? Penn Jones Thought So

John Connally in His White Stetson, Seated in Limo with JFK and Jackie at Love Field, 11/22/1963 The previous two posts examined some of the lies that John Connally put into the record in his last three decades. Some of my readers have expressed their doubts about whether he would willingly participate, by taking a … Continue reading Did Connally Know? Penn Jones Thought So

RE: John Connally’s Problem with the Truth

And Why He Changed What He Said Immediately After Being Shot: “They are going to kill us both!” JFK Speaking, Ralph Yarborough Listening; John Connally Very Worried; LBJ Waiting His Turn at the Wheel, Knowing it was Now Imminent In the previous blog, “Why JFK Went to Texas,” I examined how LBJ and his long-time … Continue reading RE: John Connally’s Problem with the Truth

Why JFK Went to Texas

John B. Connally, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson JFK:  “He* sure seemed anxious for me to go to Texas” * John Connally (ergo, Lyndon Johnson) after Connally’s White House visit six weeks before The Big Event That was a very odd thing for President Kennedy to say, given that he had invited Texas Governor … Continue reading Why JFK Went to Texas

Murder Most Foul

Bob Dylan's Latest Release: Take a 17-Minute Break for a Melancholy Moment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NbQkyvbw18 The Lyrics . . . Twas a dark day in Dallas, November '63A day that will live on in infamyPresident Kennedy was a-ridin’ highGood day to be livin' and a good day to dieBeing led to the slaughter like a sacrificial lambHe said, "Wait a minute, … Continue reading Murder Most Foul

The Feud Between Bill Moyers and Morley Safer – Whom to Believe?

And, “Was I Another Target of Moyers’ Wrath?” I never had much in common with the great broadcast journalist / 60 Minutes anchor Morley Safer, but for one single thing:  Evidently, we both got under the skin of Bill Moyers.  Safer did so publicly, and a wide audience eventually came to know all about it; … Continue reading The Feud Between Bill Moyers and Morley Safer – Whom to Believe?

Robert Dallek’s “Limited Hangout” Revelations on LBJ’s Intrinsic Dishonesty and Duplicity

And Some Rare Glimpses of Truth and Honesty from Bill Moyers Some excerpts from Robert Dallek's 1998 article "Three New Revelations About LBJ" in The Atlantic magazine Robert Dallek Describes How LBJ Agonized About Vietnam The first sentence of Robert Dallek's article over two decades ago must have startled many readers: "URINATING in a sink, … Continue reading Robert Dallek’s “Limited Hangout” Revelations on LBJ’s Intrinsic Dishonesty and Duplicity