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Can You Guess Who Won the Court Case of Brett Kimberlin v. United States?

Hint: Not Brett Kimberlin. My podcast partner John Hoge has followed the long trail of this court proceeding, whereby the diminutive bomber endeavored to have his felony convictions voided because . . . Well, reasons! Last year, the World’s Worst Pro Se Litigant™ got curb-stomped by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Because you can’t […]

‘Speedway Bomber’ Update: Brett Kimberlin Is Still Guilty! Guilty! Guilty!

John Hoge was the first to notice that the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals had denied Brett Kimberlin’s attempt to overturn his 1981 convictions in the Speedway bombing case. I didn’t react immediately because, of course, there was no valid reason to overturn his convictions and anyone familiar with Kimberlin’s track record as a pro […]

Ah, the Glamorous Life of a ‘Writer’!

Roger Simon on “self-quarantining” as a novelist: I know — it’s hard to look at the bright side of a pandemic. But take it from someone who has self-quarantined for the better part of fifty years, it’s not always so bad. That’s what professional writers do, sit alone in a room and work (or try […]

Brett Kimberlin Attempts a Hail Mary, But ‘None of His Passes Finds a Target’

Late last month, while I was covering CPAC, convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin lost a case in federal court in Indiana, in which he was trying to get some of his earlier convictions vacated. My podcast partner John Hoge has covered this latest failure of Acme Law: March 3: Team Kimberlin Post of the Day March […]

Are You Listening?

In case you haven’t been listening to The Other Podcast, you really should. My podcasting partner John Hoge has applied his decades of audio engineering expertise to the program and, when the BlogTalkRadio software doesn’t go glitchy on us (as sometimes happens), it’s a lot of fun. Saturday night, we had a call-in from a […]

Memo From the National Affairs Desk: Gilmore v. Jones, et al., Hearing

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia Defendants in a major First Amendment case today urged a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by former State Department official Brennan Gilmore, who claims he was defamed by Alex Jones and others who criticized his activities at the August 2017 riot where a woman was killed. Attorneys for Jones and […]

Speedway Bomber: 40th Anniversary of Brett Kimberlin’s Notorious Crimes

‘Speedway Bomber’ Brett Kimberlin was sentenced to 50 years in 1981 My podcast colleague John Hoge reminds me that this weekend marks the 40th anniversary of the Indiana crime spree that made Brett Kimberlin notorious. Two videos from WRTV:       The summary of Kimberlin’s crimes: A six-day bombing spree rocked the town of […]

Just Some Headlines

ANTIFA VOWS ‘BULLETS’ FOR POLITICAL ENEMIES… Threaten to Kill President: ‘Murder Him — Do Like Gaddafi’… POLL: Nearly two-thirds say racial tensions worse… FBI fires Strzok over anti-Trump texts… DNC DRAMA: Abuse allegation made against Keith Ellison, who denies it… ‘Manipulation, name calling, cheating, physical abuse’… Those are just a few of today’s headlines from […]

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