Tag Archives: Vietnam

Don’t know much about history–Stories I told you about first

Back in January, I posted a story here ¬†about the LBJ Library’s release of information about the theft of the 1968 Presidential election. Specifically, I was reporting that the information released confirmed that Richard Nixon sabotaged the Paris Peace Talks in 1968 in order to win the election. He sent information via intermediaries to the […]

Occupy’s FBI files

Thanks to the Partnership for Civil Justice‘s FOIA request, we now know that the FBI has been surveilling the Occupy movement since August of 2011 (before there was any occupation). For anybody who’s ever been part of any activist movement with traction, this confirms what they already inuited ¬†was true–ever since the days of COINTELPRO […]