Seeing In The Dark: Segmental Armoring

It takes most of a life time to discover how the word and concept “love” is weaponized to block natural responses to the objectionable and/or repressive conduct of others. Not saying: “I love you,” no longer, to my ear, means: I lack love for you, or, I lack a desire for your well being. It […]

Liam Scheff’s Exceptional Journalism: The Story That Almost Brought Down The HIV Murderers

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    Liam Scheff has passed away, after a long battle with extreme nerve damage (tinnitus)–described here, leaving his many fans, readers, followers, and friends bereft. He’d been mourning the loss of the love of his life, Helen, for many years, who died suddenly in 2010. I had, like many, recent exchanges with Liam, in which death was […]

Women’s March Toward Islam?

Two stunning pieces everybody should read, as we come to terms with the women’s march, its roots, funding, architects, and extremist bedfellows: [Note: Yes, I do realize most women marched spontaneously. That doesn’t change the funding, or ideological fuel, documented in the New York Times piece linked below.] This: “The entire coffee shop gasped in […]

New Bombshell From Wikileaks: Nobody in US Government Has Tried To Find Out Who Leaked The DNC Emails

Note: Sometimes  a ‘bombshell’ in journalism is a void–a thing that did not happen. As Obama threatens Russia, Dems and Celebs lead the charge to overturn the election  results due to “Russian hacking,” implore the besieged, bombarded electors, today,  to “do the right thing,”  “be a hero,” and “speak for us all…” we now learn […]

The CIA And The Media: By Carl Bernstein

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                “The CIA even ran a formal training program in the 1950s to teach its agents to be journalists. Intelligence officers were “taught to make noises like reporters,” explained a high CIA official, and were then placed in major news organizations with help from management. “These were the […]

The Most Ambitious Attempt At Deconstructing “Pizzagate” and the “Brocktopus” Yet To Surface

  “I would say without any hesitation that he is incapable of recognizing the truth, let alone of telling it,” Christopher Hitchens wrote after reading Brock’s memoir. “The whole book is an exercise in self-love, disguised as an exercise in self-abnegation. How could he, asks the author of himself, have possibly gone on so long […]