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Midnight Writer News is a podcast and website hosted by Editor-in-Chief S.T. Patrick. Midnight Writer News challenges the mainstream historical and political establishment in search of truth. Many of today's best alternative writers, speakers, and researchers will join S.T. Patrick in this ongoing search for truth in alternative history, conspiracy theories, contrarian thought, and new theories on classic tales.
 
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On this episode of the "Midnight Writer News Show," Washington D.C. columnist and insider Jim Pinkerton joins S.T. Patrick to discuss politics inside the Beltway, his years on Fox News Watch as a media critic, what's wrong with the media today, why the media appears to ignore states between the coasts, why the media has disdain for those who are on…
 
Researcher Richard Booth joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing. Booth is a long-time researcher on the case and has tackled such crucial angles as the FBI’s changing story on John Doe #2, the FBI continuing failed infiltration of right-wing groups, and individuals such as Andreas Strassmeier, Roger Moore, Timothy McVeigh, Ter…
 
On this episode of the Midnight Writer New Show with S.T. Patrick, author Kevin Corley joins the host to discuss the Charlie Birger gang, the Shelton gang, Al Capone, Prohibition, the KKK, the last public hanging in Illinois, and how it all ties into the Herrin Massacre. Kevin Corley is the author of 13 Steps for Charlie Birger and Bootlegger Heave…
 
S.T. Patrick and Chuck Ochelli engage in a meeting of the microphones to discuss their affinity for radio, both as kids and now, the rise of alternative radio, the impact of Bill Cooper and Art Bell, not agreeing with guests, the contentious JFK community, and much more. The Ochelli Effect can be found on the best podcatchers and at The Ochelli Eff…
 
Author Steve Ubaney of the "Who Murdered..." book series joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the newest volume in the series, Who Murdered Diana? Ubaney is also the Author of Who Murdered Elvis? and Who Murdered FDR? He has been on "The Midnight Writer News Show" to discuss both books. You can find the books on Amazon or at Ubaney's webpage for the Who M…
 
Episode Notes The results are in and the band is back together to discuss the outcomes. Keith, Phil, Joelle, Juiianne, and Derek discuss the ups and downs of the first rounds of the competition. There are a few F-Bombs in this episode The Midnight Writers are: Phil (Twitter: @philrood) Host of the podcast The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood …
 
Episode Notes The Writers have submitted their works and everyone is buzzing. What did we do? How did we do it? How do we endure the wait for results? The Midnight Writers are: Phil (Twitter: @philrood) Host of the podcast The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood Art and Illustrations Keith (Twitter: @KG3030) Host of the podcast: The Pop Up Film …
 
Jeremy Kuzmarov of CovertAction Magazine joins S.T. Patrick to discuss Kuzmarov's recent article "A Company Family: The Untold History of Obama and the CIA." Kuzmarov is the managing editor of CovertAction Magazine and the author of Obama's Unending Wars, Myth of the Addicted Army: Vietnam and the Modern War on Drugs, Modernizing Repression: Police…
 
Episode Notes The Midnight crew gets their assignments from the NYC Midnight masterminds and then we go on our way to write. The Midnight Writers are: Phil (Twitter: @philrood) Host of the podcast The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood Art and Illustrations Keith (Twitter: @KG3030) Host of the podcast: The Pop Up Film Cast (Twitter: @PopUpFilmC…
 
Episode Notes Keith, Derek, Phil, Joelle, and Julianne get together in this first episode just to talk about our experiences with screenwriting and our influences. -- The Midnight Writers are: Phil (Twitter: @philrood) Host of the podcast The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood Art and Illustrations Keith (Twitter: @KG3030) Host of the podcast: …
 
Author Katherine Chiljan joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the Shakespeare conspiracy. Was William Shakespeare who we have long been taught he was? Was he someone else entirely different? Why would his authorship have been hidden? Was it a consortium? Were there women involved? What about Sir Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, and the Earl of Derby? H…
 
Robert Gettlin, the co-author of Silent Coup: The Removal of a President, joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the memory of friend Len Colodny, Watergate, and the writing of Silent Coup. There has long been a question about whether Gettlin disavowed Silent Coup when his name did not appear as an author on the book's 25th anniversary paperback edition (Tr…
 
Unlike most of our interview-based episodes, this one is a replay of the 1963 album, Four Days that Shocked the World: November 22-25, 1963. Reid Collins of WNEW Radio News narrates the events of those four days with news footage spliced in. If you have a conspiratorial view regarding the JFK assassination, you'll find this fascinating. You'll pick…
 
Author Whisper Stone talks to S.T. Patrick about the real Aaron Burr, one Stone argues has been much maligned in recent Burr biographies by David O. Stewart and most notably in Ron Chernow's Hamilton, the basis for the hit Broadway musical. Stone discusses Burr's rise, the great tie of 1800, Burr as VP, strife with Jefferson, strife with Hamilton, …
 
Professor David Denton from Olney Central College teaches a course on the Political Assassinations of the 1960s. As one of the founders of the JFK Historical Group, he has spent decades researching the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In recent years, he has focused on the JFK document releases. He joins S.T. Patrick on this episode of t…
 
Author Bruce de Torres joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the new book, God, School, 9/11, and JFK: The Lies That are Killing Us and the Truth That Sets Us Free (available from Trine Day). Tonight's topics include why searching for truth is important, "beholding" and what it has to do with education, why children should be allowed to "free range," why p…
 
Author Donald Jeffries joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the events of 2020 and 2021, March-to-March, and what a consequential year it was. Jeffries and Patrick discuss the new Lee Harvey Oswald accusation in the upcoming James Woolsey book, the second McCarthyism, the genuine left versus the DNC left, Covid-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci, why Jeffries believes…
 
Historian and author Harold Holzer joins S.T. Patrick for a discussion on Abraham Lincoln, presidential performance, and historiography. Tonight, Holzer and Patrick cover Lincoln's political disappointments of 1856 and 1858, the true extent of the rivalry with Stephen A Douglas, why Lincoln believed he was the man for 1860, the posthumous impact of…
 
John Wilkes Booth researcher Nate Orlowek joins S.T. Patrick and the Midnight Writer News Show to discuss the possibility that John Wilkes Booth did not die in Garrett's Farm on April 26, 1865. Orlowek has been studying the case for 47 years and was inspired in large part by Theodore Roscoe's monumental Web of Conspiracy. After having some exchange…
 
Walt Brown, PhD, joins S.T. Patrick for his fourth appearance on the Midnight Writer News Show. Brown and Patrick discuss Chief Justice Earl Warren and his Commission, about which Brown has written The Warren Omission. Walt Brown is the author of The People v. Lee Harvey Oswald, The Warren Omission, and The Kennedy Execution, among a new series of …
 
New York University professor Mark Crispin Miller simply asked his students to do research on masking before they believed the narrative of the mainstream media. After all, he was teaching a class called "Mass Persuasion and Propaganda." The very idea of the class is to foster recognition of the tools of persuasion and propaganda that are a daily p…
 
Author Steve Harris joins S.T. Patrick to discuss America's Secret History: How the Deep State, the Fed, the JFK, MLK, and RFK Assassinations, and Much More Led to Donald Trump's Presidency. this episode's topics include Andrew Jackson and the Second Bank of the United States, the Deep State and the Civil War, the Assassination of President Lincoln…
 
Rob Clark, the host of "The Lone Gunman Podcast" and co-host of "Quick Hits" with Doug Campbell, joins the "Midnight Writer News Show" for his quarterly guest hosting appearance. Tonight, Clark discusses Fletcher Prouty. To purchase garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics, go to http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/MidnightWriterNews. You can be…
 
Donald Jeffries joins S.T. Patrick to discuss his newest work, Bullyocracy: How the Social Hierarchy Enables Bullies to Rule Schools, Work Places, and Society at Large. Donald Jeffries is one of the premiere authors challenging the historical and social establishment today. He has been on previous episodes to discuss his other works Hidden History,…
 
Rob Clark, esteemed host of The Lone Gunman Podcast, returns to his quarterly guest hosting stint with the Midnight Writer News Show to discuss Harold Weisberg and "the fan." Clark brings his usual wit and deep knowledge base to the show once again. To purchase garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics, go to http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/M…
 
Author Brad Schreiber comes back on the Midnight Writer News Show to join S.T. Patrick in a discussion about socially conscious music. As promised on the December episode of the show, Brad and S.T. have both brought five songs with them, five socially conscious songs that have impacted their own lives. Tonight they will play and comment on the ten …
 
Author, Publisher, and Playwright Joseph E. Green joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the onset of COVID-19, the history of American pandemics, comparisons to the AIDS and syphilis outbreaks, vaccinations, the history of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the problems with billionaire science, why asking tough questions can be dangerous, and more. Joseph Green can be fo…
 
What is it like to be a "targeted individual," a TI? How do you ever make connections and bonds when everyone you meet may be a paid "perp" (perpetrator) out to exact some kind of damage to your life? Cheri Doremus joins S.T. Patrick on this episode of "The Midnight Writer News Show" to discuss her experiences as a targeted individual. If you'd lik…
 
Rob Clark, the host of "The Lone Gunman Podcast" and the quarterly guest host of "The Midnight Writer News Show," joins the show tonight to discuss two pre-Warren Commission researcher-authors, Thomas G. Buchanan and Joachim Joesten. For more from Rob, listen to his 150+ episodes at his Spreaker site. For our free archives, go to MidnightWriterNews…
 
Author Donald Jeffries joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the Coronavirus and the reaction of media, governments, and people, national and local. In this episode, Jeffries discusses the public's reaction to the virus, social distancing, proactivity versus overreach, the reality of the numbers, whether the numbers are representative of a lack of testing …
 
Professor David Denton, Jeff Worcester, and Tyler Nixon join S.T. Patrick to discuss a variety of current topics, most involving the election season. David Denton is a professor of history at Olney Central College, Jeff Worcester is the co-founder of the Center for Deep Political Research (CDPR) and has spent years working on Democratic campaigns, …
 
S.T. Patrick takes the listener through some of his favorite moments of the show in the first three years. For the free Midnight Writer News archives in their entirety, go HERE. To purchase garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics, go to http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/MidnightWriterNews.
 
Rob Clark, the host of the Lone Gunman Podcast, is back for his quarterly guest hosing spot at the Midnight Writer News Show. Tonight, Rob is here to round up the usual suspects and talk about the JFK assassination hit team. Happy New Year, everyone! Here's to a great 2020. To purchase garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics, go to http:/…
 
Author Brad Schreiber joins S.T. Patrick to discuss his new book Music is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, and the Will to Change. For two hours, Schreiber and Patrick discuss the impact of protest music (or more aptly, socially conscious music) on the culture and on their lives (while playing many of the songs discussed). Some of the topics d…
 
Author Walt Brown talks to S.T. Patrick about his first conference, Mark Zaid, the legendary conferences at Duquesne University, the rare Arlen Specter appearance at a JFK conference, whether Brown will ever attend a conference again, why the turncoats (Mailer, Epstein, Mack) did what they did, Oliver Stone’s JFK and the impact it had on the resear…
 
Author Nikolas Schreck (The Manson File) joins S.T. Patrick for the third time to discuss Charles Manson and the Tate-Labianca murders of August 1969. This year was the 50-year anniversary of the murders and Schreck hosted a sold-out talk in Los Angeles in August. In this episode, Patrick asks Schreck about the history of his communication with aut…
 
Author Adam Gorightly joins S.T. Patrick to discuss controversial JFK assassination figures Fred Crisman, Gordon Novel, and Kerry Thornley. Gorightly also addresses Parapolitics versus Conspiracy, the Maury Island UFO case, Cosmic Awareness Communications, the attraction of New Orleans in 1963, Thornley's "memories" of E. Howard Hunt and the Rise o…
 
Interviewer Douglas Cirignano has compiled a series of 12 interviews for his book American Conspiracies and Cover Ups. He interviewed Robert B. Stinnett (Pearl Harbor), Barr McClellan (JFK Assassination), Dr. William Pepper (MLK Assassination), Joe Banister (Income Tax), G. Edward Griffin (The Fed), Dr. Alan C. Cantwell (Origin of AIDS), Dr. Ralph …
 
The esteemed host of The Lone Gunman Podcast himself, Rob Clark, returns for his quarterly guest-hosting duty. Rob has been very kind in coming back every three months to focus in on one character in JFK assassination research. In this episode, he discusses Thomas Edward Beckham (and friends). Another great job by Rob on this one. For more from Rob…
 
In his novel 11/9 and the Terrorist Who Loved Bonsai Trees, author and expatriate Philip Kraske wrote about an event similar to 9/11, a mirror image (hence the title 11/9), a government wanting to cover up the real motives of their own false flag, and a very average yet engaging girl who gets caught in the middle of it all and then is labeled a ter…
 
Author and researcher Carmine Savastano is back with S.T. Patrick to discuss the Executive Action program, the CIA's Guide to Assassinations, William Harvey, QJWIN, WIROGUE1, and much more, including the 2019 Democratic field of candidates and a bit on the late Jeffrey Epstein. Carmine Savastano is the author of Two Princes and a King, and he is th…
 
Author Donald Jeffries joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the death of Jeffrey Epstein. In this episode, recorded one day after the death, Jeffries and Patrick discuss the first reports from the mainstream media, prison conditions and cameras, suicide watch, the MSM backlash from The Daily Beast on day one, "Arkancide," Trump's reaction, Q Anon and the …
 
On this episode, we look back at the President Ronald Reagan assassination attempt of March 1981 via clips from the late, great John Judge, Jason Bermas, and the legendary Mae Brussell. The John Judge clip is from Judge for Yourself, the Bermas clip is from his documentary Invisible Empire, and Mae Brussell looks at the comparisons between the Reag…
 
Donald Jeffries joined S.T. Patrick to discuss Jeffrey Epstein... but so much more. Unlike most episodes where there is a structure, Patrick and Jeffries came armed with one audio clip and one word: Epstein. That's where it started and they took off from there. In this discussion, they touch on Alex Acosta, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, the Q theorie…
 
Author Ray Locker returns for part two of a discussion about his new book, Haig's Coup: How Richard Nixon's Closest Aide Forced Him From Office. In this episode, Locker and S.T Patrick take the story from July 1973 through the end of the Nixon presidency. included in tonight's episode are discussions on Alexander Butterfield, The White House Tapes,…
 
Author Ray Locker joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the new book, Haig's Coup: How Richard Nixon's Closest Aide Forced Him From Office. Locker delves into the role of General Alexander Haig in the administration of Richard Nixon. In this episode, Locker and Patrick cover Haig's actions through the end of May 1973. Was Al Haig a major player in the down…
 
Rob Clark guest hosts this episode of the Midnight Writer News Show to discuss Marina Oswald. Clark is the host of The Lone Gunman Podcast, and has served as the MWN quarterly guest host for over a year. In this stint, he has done JFK assassination-centric episodes that have focused on Guy Banister, Gen. Edwin Walker, Larry Crayfard, David Ferrie, …
 
Author, journalist, and podcast host Donald Jeffries joins S.T. Patrick to discuss his new work Crimes and Cover Ups, 1776-1963: The History They Didn't Teach You in School. In tonight's episode, Jeffries discusses his reasons for writing the book, why founder James Otis is largely forgotten, Americans' bout with historical illiteracy, the Thomas J…
 
Researcher David Knight of ProjectJFK.com joins S.T. Patrick to discuss the weaponry of Dealey Plaza. Knight presented the "A New Weapon, A New Theory" talk at JFK Lancer's November in Dallas and the JFK Historical Group Conference in Olney, both to positive reviews. Tonight, he discusses his entrance into the JFK assassination community, the traje…
 
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