DC Madam, Little Black Book

Will D.C. Madam’s Infamous “Little Black Book” Emerge?

Yes, Madam. Call us crazy, but we do think it’s a little strange when a person ends up dead exactly the way they said would never happen. Especially if that person was in possession of documents that could topple the careers of hundreds of powerful people. “D.C. Madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey said she would never Read More

Experian Operation Headquarters

Firm Loses Your Financial Data, So Wants Your Financial Data

Experian, one of the major credit bureaus, “discovered that an unauthorized party accessed certain Experian servers….Information you provided when you applied for an account at T-Mobile likely was acquired. That information includes your name, address, social security number, date of birth, identification number (such as driver’s license, military ID, or passport number) and additional information Read More

Dr. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights March

New Perspective on King Assassination

Stuart Wexler and Larry Hancock’s mini e-book, Killing King, on various attempts at assassinating Martin Luther King, does a good job of reporting on the tight KKK/Southern law enforcement network that pretty much committed every major regional bombing and assassination of civil rights activists (and of small children in the infamous 1963 bombing of a church Read More

Boston Globe Headquarters

Globe Stole Lousy Item from NY Times

The other day I wrote about a lousy item in the Boston Globe, in which the reporter did a “gotcha” on Jeb Bush’s Super PAC for running an ad featuring a journalist with “conspiracy theorist” leanings. Here’s an update: it turns out the Globe actually swiped its lousy item in the first place — from the New York Times. And Read More

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