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Tag Archives: JFK
Bin Laden reading “New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11” is like Lee Harvey Oswald curling up with “Crossfire.” Continue reading
Was JFK was gunned down by a demented loner with Communist sympathies? A Corsican assassin in the grassy knoll sent by mob boss Sam Giancana? His own Secret Service detail by mistake? Half a century later, questions still remain.
After breakdancing, but before the Internet, there were zines. Sean Beaudoin investigates the era of self-published fanzine culture, and his own doomed immersion within.
In which Jennifer Kabat ponders the weirdness of growing up in and around Washington, DC – from nuclear secrets to Veep’s kids and loving Amy Carter.
Conspiracy Theory 101, Bilderberg 2012, and the New World Order: Greg Olear can handle the truth.