Roger Stone’s America

I first heard of Roger Stone in 2013, when I was planning my documentary, Conspiracy Theorists Lie (2015), and he was promoting his book, The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ. We exchanged a few tweets - with me explaining how dishonest his work was and him pretending otherwise in is typically rude manner … Continue reading Roger Stone’s America


Emotional Politics

Everyone likes to believe they know the relevant facts and their conclusions are truly reasonable. This is true in politics and so many areas of life, but it is particularly dangerous in the political world, where false assumptions, outright lies, and emotional conclusions can lead to grave consequences. The more fridge your politics are, the easier it is … Continue reading Emotional Politics