Saturday, August 17, 2013

I am considering starting a new blog focusing more exclusively on the Kennedy assassination. I would welcome suggestions for a name for the new blog. I considered Reasons of State but it is not avavailable for some reason.

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Oswald's Money Order"

6:21 PM  
Anonymous 1/4horse said...

"NOV.22"

12:23 AM  
Blogger Andy Tyme said...

The Final Heresy

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

:[N]ot available for some reason." You have a wry sense of humor, Gary. Keep up the good work!

5:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about calling it "Kennedy Shot Himself".
That's the only theory that hasn't been explored in the past 50 years.

4:49 AM  
Blogger Michael Hoffman said...

Mr. James DiEugenio in his new book, “Reclaiming Parkland,” quotes from Joan Mellen in her book, "A Farewell to Justice,” (p. 227), alleging that White Citizens Council publisher Ned Touchstone, who despised JFK when he was alive and was a self-admitted associate of the Kennedy-hating General Edwin Walker, intimidated a key JFK conspiracy witness (Gladys Palmer) into silence. Is this true in light of the fact that after 1963 Touchstone spent much of his career defending Oswald, supporting D.A. Jim Garrison and denouncing the Warren Commission? Another key witness, but one who was not intimidated, was barber Edwin McGehee. Mr. Touchstone was married to June A. McGehee. Were Touchstone’s wife and the barber related?

4:18 AM  
Blogger Michael Hoffman said...

ACTUALLY, DIEUGENIO HAS MISQUOTED:

DiEugenio: “There was also Gladys Palmer, a potentially very important witness, who was talked to by local rightwing heavies Jack Rogers and Ned Touchstone. She then forgot all about seeing Oswald.” (his footnote for this is Mellen, p. 227 [2005).

Here’s what Mellen actually wrote in the 2005 edition of her book, p. 227: “On August 22, Fruge and Sciambra found Gladys at her home on Evangeline Street. She had already been interviewed by Jack Rogers and Ned Touchstone, she said testily. She did not know anything ‘that would lend any assistance.’ She had never seen or heard of Lee Harvey Oswald ‘in her life’ before the assassination. She had never heard of Jack Ruby until he shot Oswald.”

It’s quite a leap for Mr. DiEugenio to say “rightwing heavy Ned Touchstone” talked to Gladys, and then in the very next sentence state, “She then forgot all about seeing Oswald,” as if the two are connected -- a connection which Mellen, who appears to accept Touchstone as a sincere JFK conspiracy investigator, did not make.

5:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coup de grace

6:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why not petition Black Op Radio to aid in dissipating dissonance 'tween DiEugionio's statements and perceptions of them? If I remember correctly, he's a frequent guest of said station and I'm sure it's executive producer/host Len Osanic would welcome and facilitate such meeting of concerned minds.

9:21 PM  
Blogger M1 said...

PS Of late, visit very few media sources. Yours is one of the few I can't but help frequent. What to do with a girl like Maria? Hope you find the energy tomstick around.

9:33 PM  
Blogger X. Dell said...

Sorry, Gary. Out of good names. I'll sleep on it, though.

7:10 PM  
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8:57 PM  

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