Monthly Archives: September 2012

September 23rd — 29th: Week in Review

This past week we continued our investigations into the truth behind the London attacks and Charles Richter. Unfortunately, the truth is hard to come by. It is buried, hidden, forgotten or erased. You not only have to find it, you … Continue reading

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Guide to Surviving the Next World War

Okay, world war isn’t really the right term. Not as we’ve understood it. In the grand old days, nation states went to war with other nation states via officially malignant declarations. Posturing on the global stage, saber rattling and dropping … Continue reading

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Second Meeting with Anonymous Source

I called up Anonymous Source to see if we could once again meet for coffee. I wanted to talk to her about some new information we’d uncovered. I wanted to see what she thought of everything J&D has been saying … Continue reading

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Letter from a Conspiracy Theorist

From time to time, the Broadside likes to publish the opinions of people no one else really cares about or takes very seriously. We do this for a couple reasons, but mostly because they’re funny. The following has been transcribed … Continue reading

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Interview with a Guy at a Cement Company in China

Regardless of Richter’s guilt, regardless of J&D’s involvement, the fact remains that a stadium was brought down and no one knows exactly how. The government’s review of the footage and the remains of the stadium has led them to believe … Continue reading

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Richter Re-examined

The case against Charles Richter is more or less closed. At least for most of the world. All signs point to him. And whether or not the accusations are grounded, the fact remains that Richter was the Senior Project Manager, … Continue reading

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Interview with a Street Artist

While Hand of Peace continues to be a ghost for authorities around the world, they apparently farm out at least some of their dirty work to ordinary, work-a-day Joes. Joes like the 19-year-old street artist arrested in London last week … Continue reading

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September 16th — 22nd: Week in Review

Let’s recap, shall we. We’ve spent the past week pitting the Middle East Vs. American West in the most arbitrary of match-ups, exploring cuisine, geography, topography, and pop culture, all the while ignoring any and all newsworthy events happening the … Continue reading

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Best of the Middle East: Part 2

My list Tuesday was by no means comprehensive. It could go on — and, in fact, it will. Just because we’re probably going to war with the Middle East doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate some truly fantastic things about their … Continue reading

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Best of the West: Part 2

Not that we need to labor the point, but here are five more reasons why America is the absolute best: 1)   Fairness In Job Compensation America understands that professionally slamming a leather ball through a netted hoop is 1000% more … Continue reading

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