History

“So this is Christmas. And what have you done? Another year over. And a new one just begun.” So are John Lennon’s words from 1971, in gentle protest to the Vietnam War.

Thanksgiving. The one day each year when friends and family get together to eat way too much, and give thanks for everything, after the tradition of our pilgrim founders.

  Most Americans don’t labor on Labor Day. Ever wonder why? If your smarter than I am (which wouldn’t take much) then you probably already know. I just find it interesting that we don’t labor on Labor Day. Why isn’t it called Labor-Free Day, or Labor-Less Day? According to Wikipedia

As a young author in the JFK research community I have the advantage of looking at this case with a fresh set of eyes.  I am also an experienced character profiler (or criminal if you will), and this gives me some insight into other areas of this case that few

Over fifty years has passed since President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on a sunny November day in 1963.  To save you the details…America has never fully recovered from his loss.  One of the reasons for this is the suspicious circumstances that surrounded his death.  The government didn’t help

  What’s wrong with the JFK research community? 1.  Social Media Groups-  While social media has helped this case, it has also created an issue.  Behind our keyboards we are able to make whatever claims we want so we have to be careful not to make them unless they’re solid.

As many of you know, I am now a published author. My book, ‘Before History Dies’, debuted two days ago and it’s already an Amazon best seller in the non fiction/government section. Now, I’m not the type of person that likes to self promote, so this post isn’t going to

The Kennedy assassination is a mystery.  Did Lee Harvey Oswald murder President Kennedy alone, or was he encouraged by others to commit the crime of the century? Because of the mass confusion that swirls around this case, I wanted to present a simple guideline of evidence that would prove a

It seems as if America is obsessed with racism.  Anytime a situation of race arrives we seem to voluntarily poke at old wounds until they fester.  (All in the name of ridding our country of racism…of course.)  Simply put, if something even semi-racist occurs we act as if America alone