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Not Only an Assassin; He's a Book Thief, Too

As if assassinating President John F. Kennedy weren’t offensive enough, Lee Harvey Oswald has yet another black mark against his name. According to the records of the Dallas Public Library, Oswald checked out the book¬† 21 more words

History

Excerpt from my latest book, "JFK and the End of America"

The Kennedy assassination was just one of the many catastrophic attacks on the stability of American democracy that Bush and his family have been right in the thick of. 952 more words

JFK Assassination

Too Late to Love You

Wikipedia Poem, No. 747

the grinding stone will be or had been
not much depends upon chrysoprase
i sense upon and then i am aware… 277 more words

Wikipoem

Gary Oldman

Winston Churchill would have been honored to be portrayed by in the latest movie about him, Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman is an outstanding actor that has been in some great stand alone films, as well as some of the most popular series of our time. 508 more words

Movies

The Spy Who Loved Fidel Castro

By Nathalia Ortiz

Marita Lorenz was just 19 when she met and fell in love with Fidel Castro.

It was February 27, 1959. The Cuban revolution had just taken over. 418 more words

DEATH AND TAXES

March 14th in history:

Warren G. Harding made history on March 14th, 1923, as the first president to file an income tax report.  This was 10 years after the 16th Amendment was ratified, legalizing income taxes in the U.S. 170 more words

Today In History

Lee Harvey Oswald

Sitting in the window and the car coming near
his moment swells with awe,
his power become atmosphere.

Years of Bronx, years of New Orleans, 89 more words