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REVIEW - Jackie

The 22nd of November, 1963. It’s one of the most recognizable dates in the history of Western civilization, and not because it was the last day in history before… 822 more words


Jackie, or, Making the Mold

Jackie, the new Jackie Kennedy biopic from director Pablo Larraín following the First Lady in the days immediately after the assassination of JFK, is a film that posits the notion that the office of the President of the United States of America is one that is defined just as much, if not more so, by those surrounding it as by the person actually inhabiting in. 376 more words

Pony Tricks

Rochester > JFK>Keflavík, Iceland

August 29, 2016

Rochester International Airport > JFK

Newly wed and ready
to travel! Doug and I boarded our plane to JFK at 4PM, and an hour later arrived at JFK. 149 more words



This review first appeared in the Sunday Star-Times, 15th January 2017

4.5 stars, Rated M, 99 mins

The first thing that strikes you when watching Natalie Portman on screen as Jackie Kennedy is that the actress must have done her homework. 444 more words

Film Comment

Last Minute Change in Security at Inauguration Reminiscent of JFK in Dealey Plaza

Source: Activist Post, by Aaron Dykes

Without explanation and just a week before inauguration, President Obama has suddenly announced he is removing the Major General in charge of the DC National Guard who helped plan and was set to oversee event security that day, effective right in the middle of the ceremony the very minute after Donald Trump is sworn in as president. 96 more words


The Shadow Government?

Commentary & Analysis


L. A. Marzulli

It isn’t just that Donald Trump routinely thumbs his nose at the establishment, insults media figures he sees as unfair and bucks conventional wisdom. 392 more words

L. A. Marzulli