Pseudo-Intellectual (January 2016)

Pseudo-Intellectual (January 2016)

Jim’s Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club Vol. LXII


Even a pseudo-intellectual knows investigators need access to all the available information if they’re to draw proper conclusions about events — either large or small.
The November 1963 assassination in Dallas, Tex., of President John F. Kennedy was one of the most consequential acts in American history, and questions about what occurred and why loomed large in the public mind.

Jim’s Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club Vol. LXI


One need not be a genius, or even a pseudo-intellectual, to know that war is hell — the body counts speak for themselves.
But having an understanding is one thing, and being buried in the grim details is quite another.
War is, indeed, hell, and the men who fight often are ordinary G.I. Joes trapped in extraordinary circumstances.