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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY--JUNE 21, 1968-CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE U.S.SUPREME COURT EARL WARREN ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT

It was fifty years ago today- June 21, 1968- the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court announced his retirement. A week earlier he had gone to the White House to tell President Lyndon Johnson. 399 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY... JUNE 13, 1968 CHIEF JUSTICE EARL WARREN GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO TELL POTUS JOHNSON HE IS RETIRING

It was fifty years ago today- Thursday June 13, 1968 – Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Earl Warren went to the White House to meet with President Lyndon Johnson to tell him he was planning on retiring. 168 more words

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United we rule, Divided we are but slaves.

Why do we pretend that we do not control the faith of planet earth?

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I am so sick and tired of hearing this…Deep State, banks, zionists, pedophiles and how they run the world! 1,399 more words

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Russia positions itself to supply the world with organic food...

Russia is poised to become the world’s largest supplier of organic foods, after taking a stand against genetically-engineered seeds last summer, saying that it has “chosen a different path.” The decision is based on healthy scepticism as Russia refuses to breeze over the fact that GMOs have not been proven safe for long-term consumption.(1) 70 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY--SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1968 FOLLOWING FUNERAL IN NEW YORK TRAIN TAKES SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY FROM NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON, D.C.

On this day June 8, 1968- fifty years ago- following the funeral service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City- the body of slain Senator Robert Kennedy was taken by train from Pennsylvania Station in New York City to Union Station in Washington, D.C. 71 more words

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IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY--SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1968-- ROBERT KENNEDY'S FUNERAL

Fifty years ago today- June 8, 1968 Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s funeral mass was held at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. The  10 AM service was attended by 2000 people including President Lyndon B. 85 more words

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