Browsing All posts tagged under »President John F. Kennedy«

John F. Kennedy Shot. What Did He and Others Warn America?

January 18, 2021 by


William Federer  ~ “We are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.” John F. Kennedy stated in his Thanksgiving Proclamation, October 28, 1961: “The Pilgrims, after a year of hardship and peril, humbly and reverently set aside a special day upon which to give thanks […]

No Longer The Democratic Party Of JFK

November 14, 2020 by


By Star Parker ~ In this current era of no compulsory military service, Veterans Day takes on personal meaning to fewer and fewer Americans. When the country transitioned to a voluntary military in 1973, about 1% of the population served on active duty. Today, it is less than one-half of 1%. But perhaps we can […]

New Season Of The Crown Blasts ‘Scheming’ ‘Conniving’ ‘Jerk’ JFK

December 10, 2017 by


By Scott Whitlock ~ Aging, liberal fans of “Camelot” won’t be happy with the portrayal of John F. Kennedy in the new season of Netflix’s The Crown. Various reviews reveal that the liberal icon will be portrayed as a “functional addict,” “a jealous jerk,” and a “scheming conniver.” Yet, the Washington Post on Friday glossed […]

NPR Pushes Leftist Author Charging JFK Was Actually Killed By ‘Swirling Forces Of Right-wing Fanaticism’

October 11, 2013 by


By Tim Graham ~ George Will’s column on Thursday recounted the end of liberalism in how The New York Times began blaming John F. Kennedy’s assassination on the “far right,” in complete denial that Oswald was a communist. James Reston wrote in a front-page story that Kennedy was a victim of a “streak of violence […]

JFK Remembered

November 22, 2010 by


What does the image of this baby have to do with the day JFK was taken from us? The say you’re getting old if you can remember where you were and what you were doing when JFK was assassinated. I’m from Australia, and it is even a phenomenon here, but there is a quirk about […]

November 22, 1963: Changing History with a Bullet

November 20, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba On November 22, 1963 I was in the office of a human rights organization in downtown Miami, Florida, fresh from service in the U.S. Army. I was happy that President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev had not gone to war in October 1962 over Soviet missiles in Cuba. My battalion, part […]

No More Trips To The Moon

October 2, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba I turn 73 on October 9th and, to be honest, I feel sorry for anyone who has not lived during much of the last century. In a very real way, America’s Apollo program that put men on the Moon on July 20, 1969 was as an exciting a moment in history as anyone could […]

American Minute – John F Kennedy

May 29, 2009 by


William J Federer’s American Minute Awarded the Navy’s medal of heroism during World War II and the Pulitzer Prize for his book Profiles in Courage, he was the youngest elected President, serving just over 1,000 days before being shot. This was John F. Kennedy, born MAY 29, 1917. Kennedy stated in his Inaugural, January 20, […]

Gov. Sarah Palin and the Left’s Religious Bias

September 17, 2008 by


Gov. Sarah Palin and the Left’s Religious Bias Newt Gingrich Editor’s note: This is a transcript from a speech given by Speaker Newt Gingrich at the Family Research Council’s Values Voters summit. SPEAKER NEWT GINGRICH: Gosh, thank you all very much for being here. I am delighted and I am honored to be back with […]