Tag Archives: CIA

Breakin’ da Law, Breakin’ da Law!!

Behold John C. Beale, EPA’s number two man for a number of years. He was the EPA’s highest-paid employee and (according to an article in NBC’s news website) “a leading expert on climate change”. He was apparently telling his boss for almost a decade that he was working for the CIA covertly and that his […]

The revelations so far about JFK

Remember the last few weeks when everybody in the Pundit biz talked about what a yawner the revelation of the redacted files on JFK’s assassination would be? Fun times. First, there’s this: This is a memo from the then-director of the CIA John McCone, to James Rowley, the chief of the Secret Service, on the […]

The Gummit drops the JFK assassination files

Today is the day the National Archives and Records Administration is supposed to reveal long-suppressed documents regarding the assassination of JFK. This has been mandated to occur for some 25 years, ever since a Congressional vote on the topic back in 1992.   I don’t expect much.  We really know about 90% of what we need […]

Fifteen years of 9-11 conspiracies

Hi. as Joey would say, How YOU Doin’? The fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attack/terror bombing/excuse for ejecting baseball fans for not singing  God Bless America during the seventh inning stretch has passed. I dutifully sat out posting on 9/11 for the 24 hours that it was on non-stop news. Now, I present links for […]

Stop reading this blog!

(Trigger warning–historical photo below that will upset you) The title of this article  is only half-serious. I promised an update on the evolving story of Omar Mateen, but that can wait. You need to read a book that has consumed me over the past few days. The title of the book is The Devil’s Chessboard: […]

Sick of hearing about Hillary’s damn e-mails?

In earlier posts, I’ve lamented the fact that the US is up to its neck in conspiracy theories that may actually be factual. And I mostly believe that we’ll never get to the bottom of these as long as we have a status quo in a functioning government. That, like the dissolution of the German […]

Back to the future in Iraq

The above clip is then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney explaining why we didn’t invade Iraq and depose Saddam after the Gulf War. The time is 1992 on the eve of the election that would sweep Poppy Bush from the White House. He also told the BBC in this interview: Once you got to Iraq and […]