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The Man in the Tinfoil Hat

Correct me if I’m wrong, but is it possible that Donald Trump has been president for a full 61 days and not once claimed that 9/11 was an inside job? 990 more words

No Returns from the Tax Returns

As a general rule tax returns are pretty dull reading, but President Donald Trump is an exception to an awful lot of rules, so of course there was was some interest in the two pages of his 2005 filing that was somehow intriguingly leaked. 610 more words


Winter Kills and other conspiracy films

Winter Kills (1979) is one of the last movies in a cycle of assassination films which started with The Manchurian Candidate (1962). The source material of both were novels written by Richard Condon. 957 more words

Sequence of reasoning for crime investigators

Do you know why we ought to be suspicious of the JFK and the 9/11 investigations, without even looking at the commission reports? Their conclusions are suspect because no investigator would ever reach a conclusion about who committed a crime, before knowing what happened. 1,314 more words


Who moves first?

The mathematician and philosopher Laplace said that “the weight of evidence for an extraordinary claim must be proportioned to its strangeness.” That leaves to individual judgment whether or not one regards something as strange. 323 more words


Thoughts about evidence and urgency

You may say, “Where’s the evidence you refer to frequently? I see a lot of good analysis here, but detailed evidence appears pretty scant.” I agree about that. 742 more words


A Reading Reprieve

I entered my junior year high school English class with no expectations. I had survived two mind numbing years of English, and thought I knew what to expect. 358 more words