Flagship Station

FICTION By Lynn Woolley Editor’s note: I had a blast writing this story in the 80’s. First generation automation systems for radio stations were beginning to creep in and were …

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Newspapers collude in outrageous display of Herd Journalism

By Lynn Woolley The Boston Globe came up with the idea that all newspapers should run anti-Trump editorials on Thursday, August 16 – and about 350 of them did. This …

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Secret Service should investigate Anitfa protesters

By Lynn Woolley A very strange characterization by some Mainstream media including the Washington Post – referring to Antifa thugs as “thousands of anti-hate protesters.” You wonder if the headline …

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With Peter Strzok fired it’s time to reopen the Hillary Clinton investigation

By Lynn Woolley Perhaps the great injustice of our time is that Bill and Hillary Clinton walk free in spite of their many crimes. In the case of Hillary Clinton’s …

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Boston Globe, Dallas Morning News, Doonesbury wallow in Trump hatred

By Lynn Woolley The Mainstream Media hates the things that President Trump says about them. But a look at recent newspaper items, including a comic strip, proves that Mr. Trump …

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The Case of the Man In Black

Aug 10, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

FICTION By Lynn Woolley Editor’s note: This story was “suggested” by the lurid, real-life murder case involving Fort Worth multi-millionaire Cullen Davis. I brought back my old Duval Street gang …

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Will America Vote for a Violent & Socialist Democratic Party?

Aug 9, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Lynn Woolley Perhaps the headline of the day after the Republican Troy Balderson was leading Democrat Danny O’Connor in Ohio’s special congressional election was from NBC. The network wrote: …

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Rick Gates testimony may not be enough to convict Manafort

Aug 8, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, is having a bit tougher time that most people thought he would. He got an indictment for 18 counts against Paul Manafort, …

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The Song On the Radio

Aug 7, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

FICTION By Lynn Woolley Editor’s note: In 1975, I had written and recorded a song (as “TwoFolk” with college roommate Robert Malsbary) that I thought told a pretty interesting tale …

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Media delights in labeling Alex Jones “Conservative”

Aug 7, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley This latest big controversy regarding Mr. Jones involves his content being dumped by Facebook, Apple, You Tube, and Spotify. The Mainstream Media is loving it, and is …

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“Songs Throughout History” coming to the CAC Saturday, September 29th 2018

Aug 6, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

Temple’s Cultural Activities Center presents: An evening of “Songs Throughout History” Coming to the CAC Saturday, September 29th Temple, TX: Here’s one history lesson you’re really going to enjoy! It’s …

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Texas in dire need of School Board reform

Aug 6, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Of all forms of local government, school boards seem be the least responsive to taxpayers. Local schools have agendas – often built around bond issues – and …

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Trump’s SCOTUS Pick is a SMEAR MERCHANT and COVER-UP Artist

Aug 4, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Ben Barrack Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court – Brett Kavanaugh – should be disqualified. He is dirty; he is compromised. Kavanaugh was a lead investigator in a high …

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Planet of Peril

Aug 4, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

FICTION By Lynn Woolley Editor’s note: This tightly plotted little tale about the origin of civilization was originally presented in two parts – no doubt to spur orders for the …

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From Beyond the Grave

Aug 3, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

FICTION By Lynn Woolley Editor’s note: This would be the third and final text story about “the Ghost” from my fanzine “The Symbol.” This is from issue #8, dated March …

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