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?

“Anatomy of a Washington Post Editorial” – A New Essay About a 20-Year Old WAPO Excoriation

This insightful essay correctly states how the 1999 Memphis civil court proceedings, brought by Dr. William F. Pepper, frightened the Clinton Administration and then-AG Janet Reno's Justice Department and nearly exposed the buried secrets of Dr. King's assassination. And how it had shakened the Deep State to its core. That essay also explains why they … Continue reading “Anatomy of a Washington Post Editorial” – A New Essay About a 20-Year Old WAPO Excoriation

MLK Day 2020: The Mythmaking Continues . . . On Steroids

Ironies Abound in Memphis today, as the Daily Memphian Publishes Photo of Jessie Jackson Installing a Wreath at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Admonishing Citizens to "Get Involved" Civil Rights Leaders Memorialize Martin Luther King's Birthday Last Year Given the known fact that many current-day leaders of the civil rights campaign harbor doubts (while … Continue reading MLK Day 2020: The Mythmaking Continues . . . On Steroids

Some Insights into the Depravities of Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover

Among the many exemplars of how these long-time "friends and neighbors" believed their powerful government positions enabled them to do anything they wished to do — from the mundane to the most unthinkable acts — the following items succinctly illustrate the point. Item #1: An Illustration that needs little further elaboration: Given that both of … Continue reading Some Insights into the Depravities of Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover