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I read an interesting story about an alleged mob and CIA connection to the JFK assassination. It’s in the book “Double Cross: The Explosive, Inside Story of the Mobster Who Controlled America”, ISBN 1602397783, authored by Chuck Giancana (brother to mob boss Sam Giancana) and Chuck’s son Samuel. In the past, the book was on sale as a Kindle edition for only $.99, but the Kindle edition is now $10.99. Hardcover and paperback copies can be had for $.01 plus $3.99 shipping/handling.
In essence, it was a mob hit. Oswald was the patsy. Same deal with RFK, a mob hit and Sirhan was the patsy. Motivations are clearly spelled out.
The real interesting part of the story is that it essentially ties up all the loose ends or mysteries concerning those two deaths, and Marilyn Monroe’s.
Matt Walsh has excellent vocabulary and writing skills for a 27-year old. It’s no wonder his blog is popular.
A relevant video by psyhiatrist Miriam Grossman.
(Biochemistry of Attachment, at 34:30.)
The Church News recently had an article about one of Joseph Smith’s legal proceedings in Illinois, I believe on a writ of extradition from Missouri or some such thing. (more…)
Occasionally His Majesty dredges up some parenting advice that is remarkably good, considering he’s an retired evil galactic overlord. He shared the following bit of wisdom with me over his coffee and donuts this morning: (more…)
I offer up for the plaudits of the cognoscenti this dashed little meditation on current events. But, please, don’t praise me or you’ll raise a blush on my manly ch. A Wooster knows when to be modest. A feller simply can’t help it when the Muse rather slaps him upside the head, don’t you know? (more…)
1. Are these the only works of Providence within us? What words suffice to praise or set them forth? Had we but understanding, should we ever cease hymning and blessing the Divine Power, both openly and in secret, and telling of His gracious gifts? Whether digging or ploughing or eating, should we not sing the hymn to God:—