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For 50 years Republicans have fought against treaties that brought peace

Summary:  To understand the dynamics and stakes of the Iran deal we should look at our past, rather than conservatives’ confident warnings about the future. The peace we’ve enjoyed for decades results in part from 50+ years of arms control treaties — all strenuously fought by the Right. 1,012 more words

Politics

Another prominent possible bigamist?

Here we introduce the case of the future President Kennedy:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3154984/Was-JFK-bigamist-eve-Jackie-Kennedy-s-86th-birthday-mystery-president-married-Palm-Beach-socialite-lingers.html#ixzz3gToxv6xD

There are some clear differences. We don’t have full length research by a doctor of history, as we do for Edward IV. 87 more words

Leila Fowler Trial Information

Due scheduling conflicts and continued testing of key physical evidence, the trial date in the Leila Fowler murder case was moved from August 5, 2015 to September 15, 2015.

"These Few Precious Days: The Final Year of Jack with Jackie" - Christopher Anderson

3.25 out of 4 stars.

Ever since I was younger I had a fascination with the Kennedy Family. I am assuming growing up in Massachusetts only made that fondness stronger. 423 more words

Lance Corporal JOHN KENNEDY

Lance Corporal JOHN KENNEDY

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Seaforth Highlanders

(Ross- shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany’s)

A serving police officer in Edinburgh, he returned home to sign-up at Fort George on 1st June 1915. 40 more words

Roll Of Honour

Marlene Dietrich: Intoxicating in a Tuxedo

Hollywood Grande Dame. Marlene Dietrich

Born Marie Magdalene Dietrich on 27th December 1901 in Berlin, Germany. She was nicknamed Marlene (a combination of her first and second name) as a child. 994 more words

Glamour