Posted on 10/15/2016, 6:30:08 PM by Kaslin
This Saturday at 8:45 p.m. and Sunday at 10 p.m., on C-SPAN’s “Book-TV”, a national TV audience will get to see, unedited, my take on the fate of TWA Flight 800.
In truth, the story should have been on every network. My book, TWA 800: The Crash, The Cover-Up, The Conspiracy, addresses the most successful cover-up in American peacetime history, the one that followed the destruction of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of Long Island in July 1996. The fact that the Clinton White House orchestrated this cover-up during the heat of the 1996 election campaign should have made the new information in the book at least as newsworthy as, say, an eleven-year-old hot mic recording of a Donald Trump locker room chat.
As Trump has been at pains to point out, however, that is not the way our media roll, especially the broadcast media — except, of course, for C-SPAN. In the way of background, Brian Lamb, a Purdue grad and Navy vet, first conceived of C-SPAN in 1975. While working for a cable industry trade magazine, he saw the need for a nonprofit network funded by the cable industry to televise sessions of Congress and other public affairs presentations. By 1979, C-SPAN was up and running and, as far as I can see, has kept to the straight and narrow.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com …
Source: TWA 800: Thank God for C-SPAN!