What I feel this site means:
November 22: 1963…..one of the most horrific days in modern history
- system of lines: a pattern or system that looks like a series of branching or interconnecting lines
- system of people or things: a large and widely distributed group of people or things such as stores, colleges, or churches that communicate with one another and work together as a unit or system
- broadcasting affiliates: a group of radio or television station affiliates with a core of programs that they all broadcast at the same time, with local or regional variations at other times
Put the two key elements together and that forms this site. And you! And me! And well….allow me a moment to step up on my soapbox will you? (you can quit reading here if you’re expecting the same ‘ole same ‘ole)
The idea of this project was made by two very concerned, passionate, rational men who instead of just talking are actually acting upon the vision of finding the truth as to what happened in 1963 on Elm St. in Dallas. These two men, Doug Campbell and Rob Clarke are people I’m proud to call friends. Don’t you get tired of having lies force fed to you through the media, the school system’s history books, the “official records”? I certainly am. I recently wrote a book that I hope asks people to do exactly what Doug and Rob are doing here: Demand the Truth! Ask Questions! Don’t believe everything you read, check it out for yourself! We must people, we must! We owe it to our past, we owe it to our present and we owe it to our future. Read the columns on this site. Listen to the podcasts. Ask questions. Support this grassroot movement to find the answers to illogical questions. You can do it! I can do it! We can do it! We cannot depend on the “experts”. We cannot depend on government committees. We cannot depend on any entity, whether it be a museum, a forum or a conference that doesn’t answer the hard questions. It will take an open-mind. It will take tenacity. It will take a passion to make the world a better place. Let’s do this!