Monthly Archives: February 2018

YouTube At The Mall

“Parkland School – Student Admits to Drills on day of Shooting” is the title of a video on YouTube. The uploader describes, “I have uploaded this video for preservation for the American people. I found this looking around youtube and … Continue reading

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Surveillance Cameras at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

In the previous blog entry, I expressed apprehension that the featured video clip would be censored by YouTube. Yesterday morning the video “existed”; by yesterday afternoon YouTube had erased it from memory. Fortunately, Infowars carries the video, of eyewitness Alexa … Continue reading

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Multiple Shooters at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

A video clip of an interview with a female student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has been found on YouTube. Hopefully the video has not been censored already by YouTube and you can still view it at the top … Continue reading

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Whoa, Horsey

The release of the Democrats’ memo on Saturday, February 24th, has pushed news of the Parkland Valentine’s Day Massacre off the front page. The previous circus has passed by and a new circus will be the big noise. But this … Continue reading

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Waco + 25 Years

On February 28, 1993 seventy-six ATF agents, accompanied by three helicopters, attempted to conduct a surprise raid on the Branch Davidian’s home and church. We now approach the 25th anniversary of that raid. A documentary film, Waco: The Rules of … Continue reading

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Matters Deep and Dangerous

“We unfold a dangerous chronicle,” wrote Francis Bacon in a coded message, “and by starts unclasp a secret book to your quick conceiving, and read you matter deep and dangerous.” [1] This warning message from Francis Bacon is from his … Continue reading

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Dangerous Questions

Around when Dick Russell began researching his book, The Man Who Knew Too Much, in September 1975, he received an anonymous letter: “… You are now part of the great game of solving the JFK assassination riddle. The danger to … Continue reading

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