Tag Archive for Jeff Morley

JFK Facts podcast: How to think (and not think) about the JFK story

Jefferson Morley and Alan Dale discuss the unique challenge of sifting misinformation, disinformation, and government secrecy while trying to established a rational and factual foundation of thinking about the assassination of President Kennedy.

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JFK Facts Podcast: assassination talk in the 2016 campaign

This week we focus upon ideas and objectives of the JFK research community in anticipation of the scheduled release of thousands of JFK assassination records in October 2017.

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‘History’s ship is adrift on this issue’

Reader Brad Milch writes:

“It’s heartbreaking to realize Americans still do not the know the full story of the murder of President Kennedy after 50 years. Each missing or withheld record is a piece of this country’s history educators cannot teach the young about events that happened prior to their arrival in this world & it leaves the older population that lived through the traumatic drama with the quagmire of questions that have yet to be satisfactorily answered. Clearly wandering the ocean aimlessly while the crew apathetically ignores the issues it pretends to not see. Read more

Support JFK Facts via Indiegogo.com

Indiegogo LogoWelcome to JFK Facts. We are dedicated to elevating media coverage and discussion of the JFK assassination story, educating the young, and the curious, and demanding press the release of still-secret government records on JFK’s assassination. If you share these goals, consider supporting us.

Check out Jeff Morley’s introductory video on Indiegogo,com, the crowd-funding Web site. All donations are tax-deductible.

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