• Podcast: Birdsong, the FBI, and a TigerSwan

    This is the podcast for the documentary in progress, Indelible, for the week of June 2, 2017. Please note that I say “defense attorney” referring to the FBI’s attorney. That is a misspeaking. He is the defendant in the case, (I am the Plaintiff). I meant to say defendant. This podcast addresses an update on… Continue Reading

  • Podcast: May 11, 2017

    This is a podcast for Indelible, the documentary in progress for the week of may 11, 2017. In this podcast I provide an important update about the FOIPA (Freedom of Information Act), request for documents related to the documentary and the resulting lawsuit against the FBI. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |… Continue Reading

  • A Tentative Walking Forward

    The drawing above was taken from a silly old news reel, on a military installation I mention in the podcast. This is the podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of May 2, 2017. In this podcast I provide an update of the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit against the FBI… Continue Reading

  • Neutral Justice | Podcast for Indelible

    This is the podcast for Indelible, a documentary film in progress for the week of December 24, 2016. In this podcast I discuss the status of the project and the role of law enforcement, the courts and lawyers. In the podcast I mention the images of Carl: Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes… Continue Reading

  • The Endless Appetite of the Corporate Protectors

    This is the podcast for Indelible, the documentary in progress for the week of December 2, 2016. An update on research regarding the targeting of young kids in poverty, (including Harp), for mercenary training, gun running and fighting in Vietnam and Guatemala, as well as other undeclared wars.  Also how the actions of those who participated… Continue Reading

  • Beauty of Arrival at Standing Rock: December 1

    Two hand-carved cedar canoes carrying Native American women from Washington State made a perilous journey of 800 miles in ice-laden waters to arrive at Standing Rock today. They kept their journey from DAPL as they felt their travel was treacherous enough. It was a beautiful yet quiet arrival and they were met with much warmth… Continue Reading

  • Urgent: No Borders around Free Speech

    If you are concerned about the future because of the Trump victory, you should not ignore what is happening at Standing Rock. It has all the essential elements of an oppressive and rogue government with the unjustified use of force, violence and abuse of authority, as well as the nullifying of protests through the creation… Continue Reading

  • Leadership of a People

    I am honored to get to live in close proximity to Native Americans within the borders of what is now called the United States. I am honored to be allowed to live on what was and should still be their land. In the face of the dishonorable leadership of my country, in the United States,… Continue Reading