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Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 8 Num. 19

("Quid coniuratio est?")


Following the recent much-cheered ruling by 3 federal judges which, for the moment anyway, has over-ruled the Clinton law against "indecency" on the Internet, I noticed a woman named Donna Rice Hughes appearing on the TV networks. She was said to be with a group called "Enough is Enough", said to be organized to protect children against pornographers supposedly lurking everywhere in cyberspace.

Donna Rice Hughes. Take away the "Hughes" and what do you get? You get "Donna Rice", nemesis to 1988 Democratic Party presidential candidate Gary Hart. You may remember how Hart, looking strong as the potential candidate, was sunk by allegations of his shocking (as in "I am shocked... shocked") affair with "party girl" Donna Rice. Seems pretty tame, compared with Lothario Bill Clinton's escapades, but for "some reason" the mainstream press really sat up and took notice, playing up the affair for the couch potatoes in TV land.

So if this is the same Donna Rice, one wonders if she has "got religion" or if the CIA has merely given her a new assignment: working to shut down freedom of speech under the guise of saving our children from pornography. (You remember "saving our children", don't you? Like with President Nixon in 1969 saying he wants to "save our children" from drugs?)

Reading in the recent book by Dr. Roger Morris, Partners in Power, one finds further background on former candidate Hart. On March 27, 1987, Billy Clinton is sucking up to Hollywood types on the west coast. At an exclusive dinner, King Clinton dines with, among others, Don Henley, formerly of the Eagles rock band. Close friend to Henley is Donna Rice, who is at about that time boarding a yacht called the Monkey Business.

Young Senator Hart had been on the Church committee which investigated the CIA and its ties to organized crime. After that, he was on the Senate Intelligence Oversight Committee where, says Morris, he continued a relentless effort to uncover CIA hanky-panky. Hart strongly opposed the Nicaraguan Contra war and was skeptical of the official "Oswald did it" version of the JFK assassination. Mobster Santos Trafficante is alleged to have stated, regarding Hart: "We need to get rid of the son of a bitch."

Hart seems to have been set up, says Morris, and gives evidence to back up the claim. Readers of Conspiracy Nation are most likely well-aware as to how CIA/Mafia have often used "party girls" to compromise and/or ruin politicians. Was Donna Rice just a "party girl", or was she more than that? And just who is this person called "Donna Rice Hughes" of an organization called "Enough is Enough"? Did "somebody" get a promotion?

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