Crucial New Evidence Proves That Johnson and Hoover Bribed Percy Foreman to Force James Earl Ray to Plead Guilty

Six weeks after my book Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? -- The Case Against Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover was published, John Curington published his memoirs, H. L. Hunt, Motive and Opportunity, about his career working as H. L. Hunt's "right-hand man." Within that book, he explains how Percy Foreman wound … Continue reading Crucial New Evidence Proves That Johnson and Hoover Bribed Percy Foreman to Force James Earl Ray to Plead Guilty

Why LBJ Chose Not to Run for Reelection in 1968 – Then Attempted to Retract it

(Excerpted and reedited from Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?) When he was twelve years old, Lyndon Johnson proclaimed to some friends, “Someday, I’m going to be president of the United States."  Thereafter, he was never shy about repeating that statement to anyone willing to listen and, with time, his resolve never lessened: In … Continue reading Why LBJ Chose Not to Run for Reelection in 1968 – Then Attempted to Retract it

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

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