Arts Express: The Dynamic Duo Talks JFK Conspiracy Theories And More

Book Corner: The Dynamic Duo: White Rose Blossoms in Wisconsin. A biography of Kevin Barrett, Jim Fetzer & The American Resistance. This is a verbal conversation about JFK assassination conspiracy theories.

In addition, this book is a call to do three things:

  1. Stop the wars
  2. End the empire
  3. Help the poor

One of the themes – that is reflected in the title – is a long-distance connection between resistance efforts against the American Empire and the White Rose resistance against Adolf Hitler.

It also looks into “the truth” about 9/11, the Sandy Hook shooting, and the Boston bombings. It shows all of these as false-flag attacks designed to soften the resistance to American dominance at home and abroad.

The book looks for a stronger, more democratic and just society. Fetzer and Barrett are the real hope of America for real change. They are the face of Jefferson, Paine, Franklin. They look at our nation and speak truth.


What Is Cinema?

Filmmaker Chuck Workman navigates the psychological, emotional, historical and analytical processes of experiencing film.

This analysis is alternately enlightening, humorous and brutally honest, all at once.

The discussion centers on Hitchcock, The Three Stooges, Kurosawa, Cary Grant, watchmakers, real estate brokers, the Beat Generation, and Fifty Years Of Bugs Bunny. And all of this in only 3 1/2 Minutes.

And what about this? Cinema as drugs, dreams, and especially, watching the Oscars in your underwear.

Poetry Corner:

Food desire is lyrically deconstructed by Neil William Holland, the poet who reads from his own work.

Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.