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  1. Larry King on JFK assassination theories

    The "Pilot" was David Ferrie, I guess? It's kind of cool that King would be so forthcoming about his own character flaws.
  2. New Article by John Armstrong

    Just started reading the free version of the Armstrong book. It seems like some people in this thread may have been among those attending the JFK class described in the opening.
  3. Oswald Leaving TSBD?

    It's worth the read.
  4. David Talbot on New Essay from attorney Dan Hardway

    Thanks Mr. Caddy, Hardway was the Attorney I contacted you about recently, who was from W.Va. His office is in Cowen, a 500-population mountain town, 25 miles from where I grew up in Bumphuk.
  5. I used to read Zero Hedge; I’ve since come to the conclusion it is a Russian propaganda site masquerading as libertarian; they back the Kremlin line on everything.
  6. Not really defending Stone, but Twitter is largely a cesspool. Their banning Stone makes no sense in light of everything else going on there. Rumors have been going around that Mueller looking into social media execs as part of Russia probe. I would imagine Twitter would be at the top of his list.
  7. Mr. Caddy,


    I can't find it for the life of me, but I could swear I've seen references online to you and West Virginia. Just curious if that is where you are from, or if you spent time there. I did see Robert Merritt was from West Virginia but I can't find the name of his hometown.

    I am from West Virginia and just always curious about fellow Mountaineers. 



  8. Trump: JFK files to be released

    She would not have. I dare say nobody detests Trump and his presidency more than I, but if he follows through, he certainly deserves some kudos.
  9. Trump: JFK files to be released

    Heard Robert Dallek on NPR this morning saying nothing would come of this — worst case being something embarrassing to CIA or FBI for bungling case. It was funny the interviewer introduced him as someone who is certain Oswald acted alone. I thought, of course he does. If he didn’t, he wouldn’t be invited on NPR.
  10. Eugene Dinkin: The Saga of an Unsung Hero

    If Dinkin was able to accurately predict the date of the assassination from the psychological sets he cited, I would rule out wu-wu.
  11. Number of shots in Dealy Plaza?

    Didn't WC, Posner, Bugliosi, Hanks prove conclusively all witnesses were wrong?
  12. Ken Burns' Vietnam

    Ineresting reveiw by Australian Journalist John Pilger, "The Killing of History."...and he mentions Lansdale. There was no good faith. The faith was rotten and cancerous. For me - as it must be for many Americans -- it is difficult to watch the film’s jumble of “red peril” maps, unexplained interviewees, ineptly cut archive and maudlin American battlefield sequences.
  13. Walter Jones has come a long way since Freedom Fries. And Charles Grassley...who knew? I wish them luck. Two senior Capitol Hill Republicans plan to introduce a congressional resolution calling for full disclosure of U.S. government records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C) and Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) will introduce their JFK resolution before the end of the month, according to Jones. http://www.alternet.org/two-top-republicans-call-full-jfk-disclosure-charles-grassley-walter-jones
  14. JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald Part 6

    Caught part of it -- for lack of a compelling college football game on Tv -- tonight. Had not heard of it previously but figured it would be more of the same LN affirming tripe, so I was not disappointed. I especially liked when they used their "military grade" sonar equipment and divers to search the swamps north of New Orleans after "discovering" the possibility, via the "newly-released" documents, that there may have been camps there used to train anti-Castro Cubans. i think I "discovered" that by watching JFK 25 years ago.