There are too many coincidences around all of these events to not believe they were somehow a part of a larger conspiracy. For example, how did James Earl Ray, a drifter with scant money, elude police and escape to London, where he lived at a hotel for two months, only to be captured on the day of Robert Kennedy's funeral? Also, why were the Secret Service off the back of the car when it made the turn onto the Parkway? Hell, they just exonerated two men who were convicted in the murder of Malcolm X. Oswald may or may not have been the guy, but he was a patsy. I'm 63, I was five when that happened. JFK wasn't a saint, nor was he perfect, but he did attempt, attempt to bring the CIA to heel.
Yesterday, the House Select Committee investigating the January 6th attempted coup finally started getting to brass tacks and bare knuckles. This came after Friday’s long-delayed vote to pass the infrastructure bill that had been languishing in the lower chamber since July. …
There is a quote attributed to the late NY Times sports columnist Dave Anderson, which could be used on either side in your analysis:
"They do, and they don't care."
Now that World Series over, teams can start signing free agents, make trades and conduct business as if it were any normal off season. Some teams might go after one of the top available FA’s.
But, this offseason might stop dead in its’ tracks come December 1 at 11:59 pm…