Conde Mc Ginley

Conde Mc Ginley

Michael Conde McGinley (October 13, 1890 – July 2, 1963) editor of a semi-monthly paper called Common Sense, brought briefly to the nation's attention by his involvement against the nomination of Anna M. Rosenberg, which led to an investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee.

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Conde Mc Ginley - Closure of Common Sense
... The magazine National Vanguard claimed that All the assets of Common Sense were liquidated and publication stopped when the proprietoress who had inherited the operation after McGinley's death, and who had published the paper for a decade, up until 1970, had a "religious experience" stimulated by a Jewish con-man named Paul Pulitzer, who convinced her to devote her life to a "true Pope" who ran a "Vatican" in Quebec at that time but which apparently, like McGinley's life's work and fortune, has evaporated as surely as the dews of Springs long past ... Thereby a truth-telling publication annoying to the Zionists was terminated and many valuable files were destroyed and those were probably the aims of Pulitzer's bosses from the beginning. ...