This debate took place back in 1999 – yeah, it was that long ago – between me (Greg Burnham) and John McAdams, on “The Paul Garson” radio show. I am indebted to Jim Hackett for preserving these two pieces – which I have combined – of the debate for me. Give it a listen and let me know what you think. JFK Assassination Debate – Greg Burnham vs. John McAdams a wordpress plugin membership are currently available.
General Assassination Details
This is two different pieces of film that I spliced together into one video. The first part of the video is from a film made by George Jefferies, who worked for an insurance company in downtown Dallas at the time of the assassination. It’s the south side of Main Street just east of Lamar and gives us a great view of President Kennedy and Jackie as they drive right in front of the camera’s view. This was approximately 90 seconds before the guns blazed inRead More
This is a rare audio recording of a conversation that took place between Lyndon Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover just days after the assassination in Dallas. Johnson runs his idea of appointing a “Blue Ribbon” Commission to investigate the crime and evaluate the FBI’s report by Hoover. LBJ then sets out to clear those he wants to appoint to the commission with the Director of the FBI. Yet it is the FBI’s Report that the commission is supposed to analyze and critique! LBJ specifically asksRead More
JFK’s Last Night Before the Assassination This is some fantastic footage, showing President Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy in Houston, Texas on November 21, 1963. The film was shot by Roy Botello, a San Antonio native, at The Rice Hotel, shortly before 9pm, at a local gathering in honor local Hispanic leaders. Several hundred people turned out in the name of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). The next day, the president would be murdered in Dallas. This film is in 8mm andRead More
Operation Paperclip: A Monstrous Distortion of History A Book Review by James Norwood Annie Jacobsen’s 575-page Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America (Little, Brown and Company, 2014) combines documentary evidence with extensive interviews in a compelling work of history. Here is an example of a mainstream book publication that examines the burgeoning secret government America in the aftermath of World War II. It is also a work that deals with facts, as opposed to “theories.” As a model ofRead More