• Podcast | Intolerable & Innocence

    Podcast/Field notes for Indelible, a documentary in progress for April 8, 2018. This episode discusses initial findings after finally accessing the 1979 trial records of one of the former kid survivors last week. This led to a connection to a major drug smuggling incident worth many millions of dollars. It seems to share facts with… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | Bleeding Out

    The podcast for Indelible, a documentary project in progress for the week of March 15, 2018. This podcast discusses new insights regarding the incident at the US/Canadian border that occurred on May 24, 1979, where one of the kid survivors in the story was the shooter and a custom’s officer was killed. These insights were gained… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | A Human Being

    The Podcast for Indelible a documentary media project in progress for the week of March 8, 2018. This podcast discusses more details in the history of one of the survivor kid’s life, who currently sits in Federal Prison. It also discusses how we choose to demonize one killer and not another. It reflects upon the… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | From Intolerable to Indelible

    The image above clockwise from left to right: Gerald Patrick Hemming, Eugene Hausenfus in flight, Artie Ray Dufur. The March 3, 2018 podcast for Indelible, the documentary in progress. This podcast considers the use of travel restrictions for those in this project who were involved in what I call dark pool activities, which is work done… Continue Reading

  • History: Food, Poverty & Guns?

    A podcast for Idelible, a documentary in progress for the week of February 15, 2018. This podcast discloses further research regarding the kids illegally trained as mercenaries in the same area of California in the 1960’s and a connection to US government’s efforts to disrupt food co-ops in the 1970’s. What is the connection to… Continue Reading

  • Seen Through the Goggles of Google

    Social media—our public text—came more clearly into view today. First there was the statement by Julian Assange, about the Barrett Brown case, where he described how statements or retweets made in social media were being used out of context, by the U.S. Government prosecutors as evidence to support charges of a death threat by Brown… Continue Reading

  • Poem by Carl Harp

    Published in 1980, in the Anarchist Black Dragon. This electronic voice version was created in 2016, for one of Harp’s friends. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:42 — 3.8MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

  • To See a World…[ Blake]

    “To see the world in a blade of grass And heaven in a wild flower And to Hold infinity in the palm of your hand And eternity in an hour.”   The quote above is how an elder recited the poem. He changed some of the words. But it worked perfectly for me, as I had been… Continue Reading

  • Goldman, Guns and Greg Smith

    Why it matters that a “gun” gesture was directed towards former Goldman Sachs whistle-blower Greg Smith on CNBC, the day his book came out.   An artist’s group in Paris, UX, was only interested in nurturing and preserving things abandoned or lost which were in the possession of officials. There was a clock that no… Continue Reading