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

Autopsy of a Farewell As we quickly approach the period that future generations will refer to as, "The Dark Time," and we imagine the phrase, "Disgraced Former President Trump," will enter the lexicon quickly, we could all do for a little hope and positivity. President Obama's Farewell Address the other night was a great speech. Thoughtful, inspiring, emotional, heartfelt. … Continue reading Autopsy of a Farewell

Podcast: The Marvelous Patric

The Marvelous Patric Lewandowski is a cartoonist, graphic designer, and liberal political junky. He's also my latest guest on This Must Be The Podcast. Patric and I met when we were teaching at the same school and found ourselves to be polar opposites, yet strangely in sync, depending on the issue and the day … Continue reading Podcast: The Marvelous Patric

Stop making sense

Last week I engaged once more with supporters of The Donald (aka @realDonaldTrump, aka Drumpf) on Twitter. I know it’s a bad idea to think I might actually get anywhere by doing this – 1) Twitter is a medium for slogans and bumper sticker logic, not thoughtful conversation and debate, and 2) The emotional politics of the … Continue reading Stop making sense

Yelling in the crowd

Thank you to everyone who helped me #TellTheTruthNov22. I'll revive the hashtag campaign next November but for now I won't push as hard to sell my film, Conspiracy Theorists Lie (2015). Don't get me wrong, I'd still love for more people to watch it (at, Amazon, or indieflix) and I hope the audience for it will … Continue reading Yelling in the crowd