Saturday, December 3, 2016
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the ronnie republic: Photo Op Dealey Plaza: Tour at The November In Da...: If anyone is at all interested in the JFK assassination the JFK Lancer November in Dallas Conference is well worth the trip. I could have ...
Friday, November 25, 2016
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Hats off to JFK Assassination researcher and author Casey Quinlan--expert at turning up the heat and firing up interest and attention on this often forgotten subject.
Well, he has to, he is a high school teacher and believe it or not the kids don't always want to listen.
He has to be an entertainer.
But isn't that the truth for all of us.............
Living in the 30 second take away world how are we still going to get the average citizen to listen the the most important murder mystery of the last century.
It is like stars in the sky--there is just too much minor information for the average individual to see--where do I focus.
Don't get me wrong. The research is extremely important. "It is science and the truth has to come out," that is what one JFK 2016 Lancer Conference attendee told me. I was lucky enough to sit at his table. "I am a scientist, that is what we deal in, the truth and it has to come out and that is research."
"You can't deny the truth."
The folks that were at the conference this year were impressive in their knowledge.
Seriously, for me, just a regular person that has been interested in the JFK assassination forever--I get mixed up in the details. It has to be a little more straight forward.
Here is where Casey Quinlan comes in. An Excellent speaker he makes everything interesting as he tells about the reasons and factions that set an environment and attitude for the demise of JFK.
Actually, he talked a language that I could understand. Call him Oliver Stone but he made a story that I could remember.
So here's the thing for me........honoring the tremendous research and hard work put into the JFK murder mystery but at the end of the day the facts have to be sold to the American public.
Enter Roger Craig.........
His story is jaw dropping and compelling.....You can't get him out of your mind.
Take the example of Ed Hoffman--Casey Quinlan co-authored a book on this very important witness.
Is it important to humanize the story to get the message across.
It takes so many talented interested individuals to get this story out.
We can't forget it and thank you to Casey Quinlan to take time to educate the high school kids and me about this horrible event--the assassination of our President.
There is almost nothing more important.
More that one person at the conference mentioned in chatting they hoped more young people would be there. Everyone is dying and the story will be lost.
Point well taken.
Some of us may have a short attention span but we are still interested.
Thanks, Casey, for your hard work--I felt so lucky to get to talk to an actual JFK researcher. Thank you for taking time to chat with me.
Casey Quinlan ~ The Guards of the Republic
Quinlan was 13 years old when President John F. Kennedy was murdered and has read more than 1100 books in seeking the truth. He is a retired Social Studies Instructor from the Olathe School District and has been in the classroom for 40 years. He has a Master’s Degree in American History from Emporia State University. He is an Adjunct Professor at Friends University in Wichita, Mid America Nazarene University in Olathe, Kansas; A Guest Lecturer For "The Landon Lecture Series" at Kansas State University; A Guest Lecturer for "The William Allen White School of Journalism" at the University of Kansas; and is currently an Adjunct Professor with the Criminal Justice Department at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas and the Continuing Education Program at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas. 30 years ago, Quinlan formed an educational organization entitled “Project JFK/CSI Dallas” where his students toured Dallas, Texas, visited the assassination site in historic Dealey Plaza and met actual eyewitnesses. He continues to make frequent appearances for local TV and radio programs. He served as a consultant for A & E (Arts & Entertainment) helping to establish Oliver Stone’s historical documentation of the film, “JFK”. His co-authored the book, "Beyond the Fence Line: The Eyewitness Account of Ed Hoffman and the Murder of President Kennedy" is published by JFK Lancer. He has a Gaming License for Caesars Entertainment and is a Black Jack Dealer at Harrah’s in North Kansas City, Missouri. Visit his website.
Awarded the JFK Lancer Mary Ferrell "New Frontier" Award, 2011
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Wednesday, November 23, 2016
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Tuesday, November 22, 2016
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