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THE JFK ASSASSINATION: AMERICA'S ULTIMATE MYSTERY

Perusing one of my railroad books, ‘Down South’ on the Rock Island, by Steve Allen Goen (La Mirada, CA: Four Ways West Publications, 2002), I came across the photo and caption reproduced below. 241 more words

Autobiographical Memory

John F. Kennedy Assassination

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated this day in 1963 in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Fatally shot by Lee Harvey Oswald, Kennedy was traveling with his wife, Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally and Connolly’s wife in a presidential motorcade. 78 more words

This Day In History

Sen. John Kennedy's Message To Roy Moore: 'Tell The Truth'


Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA.) says his message for Roy Moore would be, “Look the American people and the people of Alabama in the eye and tell the truth”. 20 more words

News

Senator next target, sexual harassment reckoning floodgates

The Harvey Weinstein revelations and accusations seem to have opened the floodgates of accusations of sexual harassment in the US. Kevin Spacey has also been publicly disgraced, Republican candidate for the Senate Roy Moore is under fire and now  a Democratic senator, Al Franken, the latest to be accused publicly. 1,491 more words

General

John Kennedy's 1959 TV Predictions Were Spot-On

On November 14, 1959, two months before announcing his presidential campaign, John Kennedy published a TV Guide article evaluating television’s influence on American politics. His assessment? 358 more words

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Memories

I’ve had a theory for a long time that as years pass and we look back on our personal history and at the people and events that have come and gone in our lives, we develop something I call compressed remembrance. 577 more words

Story Teller

Presidential Pets: Dogs in the Kennedy White House

President John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie loved dogs, which meant that First Kids Caroline and John-John had several furry playmates in the White House. 467 more words

American History