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Growing Up – the Sixties in Mississippi

-The beginning years of the 1960s marked the end of my childhood and disclosed an outside world looming with conflict. I really didn’t want to face that world directly during my teen years. 857 more words

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Never Let it Be Forgot

With the passage of the John F. Kennedy Centennial Commission Act in July 2016, the memory of JFK’s life will be remembered throughout the country in 2017. 883 more words


Gordon Duff's October Surprise

From the Editor: Every US Presidential election Gordon Duff waits until October and then he presents an “October Surprise”of his own. It is always well researched with information that nobody else is talking about and everyone is ignoring. 868 more words



September 27 in history:

Pope Urban VII (real name, Giovanni Castagna) died on this date in 1590.  He had only been the pope for 13 days, the shortest papacy ever.   141 more words

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The Story of the Kennedy Assassination in Jim Lehrer's Autobiography

Autobiography essay #3

For English I have been reading Jim Lehrer’s autobiography A Bus of My Own. Lehrer is a PBS newsman and an author of over 19 novels. 492 more words

English: Autobiographies

The Curious Case of the Candidate's Body Double

Lately we’ve been spending some time at Netflix binge-watching episodes of a British documentary series about conspiracy theories, partly because we need some diversion from that awful presidential race but mostly because we enjoy a good conspiracy theory the way some readers revel in a good mystery novel. 819 more words


Vindication of skeptics, part two

Conspiracy theorists regard themselves as skeptics. They see people who accept mainstream or official accounts as credulous. A mirror image holds for people who reject conspiracy theories, and credit official accounts. 534 more words