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A. Radio Program- Webcast- Spectrum 360: 17.42- ’17 Nov. 27 Mon.

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Radio Program- Webcast- Spectrum 360: 17.42- ’17 Nov. 27 Mon.

Listen to the Spectrum 360 live program weekly on Mondays at 11:00PM  Eastern Time on these stations in Tampa Bay: 285 more words

Politics

A Legacy That Lives On..

On this day 54 years ago, the United States not only lost its President, but it also lost a true visionary for the future. A future he had planned from the moment he became President of the United States, until that fateful day in Dallas. 699 more words

JFK

JFK and the Lost Prospects For Peace

Originally published at MemoryHoleBlog.com on November 22, 2012.

Report From Iron Mountain: On The Possibility and Desirability of Peace is a uniquely important document worthy of careful reconsideration a half-century after JFK’s passing. 2,495 more words

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THE DAY BEFORE

It was a wonderful time to be alive.  Americans were living in a self-proclaimed “Camelot” with a charismatic leader and his lovely wife.  All was well with the world. 322 more words

LBJ

Movie:   LBJ

Rating:   4 1/2 Stars (Out of 5)

Review:   In 1960 the Democratic Party was in a state of upheaval, with several prominent figures such as Senators Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson (Woody Harrelson), and former Governor Adlai Stevenson as most likely to come out of the pack to become the nominee for the presidency.  621 more words

November 8, 1965: It's Way Bigger Than a Breadbox

To most people, Dorothy Kilgallen was known as a long-time panelist on the television game show What’s My Line? (Does ‘Is it bigger than a breadbox?’ ring a bell?) or as a high society New York newspaper columnist. 411 more words

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