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Don't Mess With Texas Art Fairs: On Dallas During a Week of Auctions and Openings

A few blocks away from the Dallas Art Fair—with its collectors rich by oil spending their loot on gorgeous works of art all of last week—is Dealey Plaza, where shots were fired at President John F. 1,630 more words

150 Years Later: Remembering the Lincoln Assassination

WASHINGTON, DC — On April 14, 1865, an actor and Confederate sympathizer named John Wilkes Booth shot President Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre in Washington. The following morning, less than a week after the end of the Civil War, Lincoln would become the first American president killed in office. 335 more words

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Publication of Infamy

I just spent several days to prepare Infamy for publication on its own site. Thanks to all who followed it through its incubator phase here at… 99 more words

Infamy

Catching Up With King: 11/22/63

When I moved to Stephen King’s home state of Maine in 2013, I thought it would be fun (if a bit cliché) to finally read his books in earnest, and discover how I really feel about his work. 1,175 more words

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Thought experiment

Was Bobby Kennedy in on the plot to kill JFK? Before you think, good God, another nut, another preposterous theory, stay with me for this thought experiment. 2,099 more words

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FBI investigated John Judge's draft counseling work in 1970s

In the 1970s, the FBI investigated allegations that John P. Judge’s activities as a draft counselor constituted subversive activity.

Judge passed away in April 2014. He had been well-known in the JFK research community for having co-founded and directed the Coalition on Political Assassinations. 387 more words