“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”

Albert Einstein

Hello Everybody!

You’ve found the online home of documentarian James K. Lambert, or JKL.

Have you watched Conspiracy Theorists Lie? It explores many of the misconceptions and straight up lies surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy, along with exposing some of the worst liars on both the political right and the political left. You can rent or buy a digital copy on Amazon.

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Want to learn more about history but don’t know who you can trust?

Explore the History Think Blog and talk with the History Think Bot today! I want to make the past more accessible and encourage people to learn from the lessons it has to offer, but you can’t do that if you spend your time seeking out “alternative facts” and only things that claim to refute the “official story.” That’s just inviting people to lie to you. History Think will help you gain a more knowledgable perspective, so you can make informed and thoughtful conclusions on your own.

If you have been following me for some time, you know that I am also working on a book about American History, one that gets into some of the lies, misconceptions, and commonly overlooked elements of our past, from a non-dogmatic perspective. I am not trying to make any particular individuals or groups of people out to be the good guys or the bad guys and ignoring all the evidence that contradicts a predetermined conclusion. I am looking at the evidence and asking, “How might we make sense of this?”

Download a draft copy of the opening of, The Fake History of America: before & after the assassination, and let me know what you think. Or just discuss among yourselves.

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I do, however, plan on continuing to put out work, both fiction and nonfiction. This Summer I will be selling digital copies of a book of short stories I have been working on. Things That Go Bump In The Night: a literary experiment, is primarily a horror book, but all the tales are based, to varying degrees, on classics like Hansel and Gretel and The Boy Who Cried Wolf. I wanted to see what I could do with various AI programs, both in terms of creating images and collaborating on ideas. Hopefully, this is only the first of many AI experiments to come.

Last, for now, and certainly not least, I have an online store that is growing everyday, with funny, inspiring, thought provoking, and beautiful products.

In addition to the retail therapy possibilities, The Groucho Marxism Store features The 11th Dimension Blog, were our lists don’t stop at ten, they go to eleven. And the One And Only Duck Bot. Accept no alternatives!

Duck Bot is inspired by Groucho Marx, and believes itself to be funny. It can tell you jokes and stories, or help you make up your own jokes and stories, to impress your friends and coworkers (or should I say comrades?). Duck Bot can also help you find products in the store, if it’s feeling cooperative that day.