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John Stockwell: Lessons From 1987.

by Jerry Alatalo

“… for historians ought to be precise, faithful, and unprejudiced, and neither interest nor fear, hatred nor affection, should make them swerve away from the truth, whose mother is history, the rival of time, the depository of great actions, the witness of the past, example of the present, and monitor of the future.” … 860 more words

Earth Matters

Susan Chandler reblogged this on Wobbly Warrior's Blog and commented:

After stealing yourself for a heap of things you'd rather not know, please listen to John Stockwell's speech about our rogue CIA. The age of the speech does not make it outdated, unfortunately, per this story. Thank you. 

Jon Rappoport: "Medical Science, On Many Fronts, Has Been Hijacked And Taken Over"

Jon Rappoport, investigative reporter and author of Exit from the Matrix and Power Outside the Matrix, The Underground, and other books, spells out in this latest post on his blog, … 386 more words


Potato Of The Day Episode 49

You want to know a secret? Limes are a lot more dangerous than they’d have you think. They’re a stealth weapon, trained in assuming a most unassuming look. 371 more words

Potato Of The Day

THE DALLAS ACTION~PT.56: "Army Intelligence And The Militant Christian Right".

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This week we start by revisiting The Ghosts Of Army Intelligence. A few figures that float into the Assassination Narrative, get close to Important Players and Events, then seem to drift away. 125 more words

Afghan Heroin Brings CIA $50 Billion A Year, Covers US War Expense

(I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized)

Modern History

A SEAL's Fantasy, by Tawny Weber

Harlequin, August 2014


Weber continues her Uniformly Hot! SEAL series with a strong, ego-driven hero, Dominic Castillo, and a tough, street-smart heroine, Lara Banks, who repeatedly tests his patience. 327 more words