You might actually have to do some reading on the Kennedy subject, if you believe the official story it's only because you're totally ignorant of anything beyond it. I don't mention 9/11 here because the evidence of that conspiracy isn't nearly as iron-clad as the Kennedy story. This isn't something you can google and be an instant temporary expert like with some of your arguments.<quoted text>I am not sure if this was aimed at me or not, if not, my apologies. If it was, where do you get the idea I was using textbooks. I gave you the titles of the books, they are not textbooks in and of themselves, though it would not surprise me if some of them could be used as resources for classes.
Kennedy - seriously? PLEASE tell me you're not a 9-11 Truther.
That post was general mainly. Except the part about researchers staking careers and reputations on controversial subjects only to be discarded by you because they don't belong to a big publisher. Where is the line between credible and biased in your world exactly?