Monday, June 18, 2007

Mark Crispin Miller in Baltimore

Mark Crispin Miller is going to be in Baltimore on Friday, June 22 (7:30 pm), hosted by The Creative Alliance at the Patterson Theatre. Mark has been there a couple of times that I've seen and he always delivers a great show and a hearty serving of food for the democratic soul. If you are in the area, please try to make it. Your effort will be highly rewarded. Mark will have copies of his newly revised paper back edition of the Fooled Again available for signing.

Here is the blurb from the web pages of the Creative Alliance, one of Baltimore's great community arts organisations.
Muckraking media critic Mark Crispin Miller played to a packed house the last time he visited The Patterson. This month, the former JHU professor releases the paperback version of his bestselling Fooled Again, with an immense new afterword that promises to make a splash—on how the Establishment has tried to bury the all-important issue of election fraud and about the 2006 elections, which were even more fraudulent than 2004’s. $12, $10 mbrs.

The Patterson
3134 Eastern Ave.
Baltimore, Md.
Be there!


Anonymous Michael Collins said...

I'd recommend Mark Crispin Miller's presentation to anyone who cares about democracy and intellectual honesty. He's a fantastic presenter and has walked the walk despite some serious odds against the free hearing of his messages; one of which is that Bush was not legitimately elected.

Pardon me leaving the following on an open space but I can't figure out how to email you. Please take a look at this, Election 2004: The Urban Legend It raises interesting quesitons in looking at the 2004 election from direct evidence in the exit polls (the versions that the 'experts' issued) and public data, not often used.

We think it's so important we have an anti-copyright on it, free distribution, w/out restrictions.

This article, the companion piece, "Bigger than Watergate II" has extended comments on Urban Legend by Mark Crispen Miller.

Again, sorry for the post here for what was intended to be an email.

4:19 AM  
Blogger theBhc said...


Wow, I'm honoured you stopped in here at my meager outlet. For you, too, sir, are another voice in the wilderness.

I have Urban Legend in my browser right now.

Sorry for not providing an email. I guess I should plug one up somewhere, since you are not the first to wonder about this.

Thanks again for stopping in.


12:52 PM  

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