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  • Last Secret JFK Files Could Be Released Soon

    05/06/2017 11:13:55 AM PDT · by WilliamIII · 403 replies
    History ^ | May 1 2017 | Sarah Pruitt
    Calling all conspiracy theorists! The National Archives is set to release the last remaining top-secret files about John F. Kennedy’s 1963 assassination, in a process that could begin by this summer. The trove of some 3,600 files, mostly from the FBI and CIA, were part of the collection assembled and sealed by the Archives, on the condition that they all be made public by October 2017. But there’s a catch: According to the same law, President Donald Trump has the ability to block the release of any or all of the documents—if he certifies that keeping them secret is a...
  • "Since I Fell for You" - Lenny Welch (1963)

    03/14/2017 5:54:24 AM PDT · by simpson96 · 9 replies
    Youtube ^ | 3/14/2017 | Staff
    Hope you enjoy. ”Since I Fell For You”
  • Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas - "Bad To Me" (1963)

    03/10/2017 7:24:05 AM PST · by simpson96 · 13 replies
    Youtube ^ | 3/10/2017 | Staff
    Hope you enjoy.Bad To Me
  • A Winnable War. The argument against the orthodox history of Vietnam. [Book review]

    01/06/2007 8:21:30 AM PST · by aculeus · 32 replies · 2,486+ views
    Weekly Standard ^ | January 15, 2007 | by Mackubin Thomas Owens
    Triumph Forsaken The Vietnam War, 1954-1965 by Mark Moyar Cambridge, 542 pp., $32 In the late summer of 1963, President John Kennedy dispatched two observers to South Vietnam. Their mission was to provide the president an assessment of the regime of Ngo Dinh Diem, the president of the Republic of Vietnam. The first, Major General Victor Krulak, USMC, the special assistant for counterinsurgency for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited some ten locations in all four Corps areas of Vietnam. Based on extensive interviews with U.S. advisers to the South Vietnamese army, Krulak concluded that the war was going well....
  • TODAY IN HISTORY: JFK AND THE COUP IN VIETNAM NOVEMBER 1 AND 2, 1963

    11/01/2013 4:56:58 AM PDT · by Nextrush · 9 replies
    11/1/2013 | Self
    CHET HUNTLEY: In respect to our difficulties in South Vietnam. could it be that our government tends occasionally to get locked into a policy or attitude and then finds it difficult to alter or shift that policy? PRESIDENT KENNEDY: Yes, that's true. I think in the case of South Vietnam, we've been dealing with a government which is in control, has been in control for ten years. In addition, we have felt for the last two years that the struggle against the Communists was going better however since June however the difficulties with the Bhuddists, we've been concerned about a...
  • Randy & The Rainbows - "Denise" - The Year 1963 (video)

    06/17/2016 6:29:07 AM PDT · by simpson96 · 5 replies
    Youtube ^ | 6/17/2016 | Staff
    Hope you enjoy. ”Denise”
  • The FBI and Martin Luther King

    01/19/2015 1:23:46 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 43 replies
    Atlantic, The ^ | Jul 1 2002, 12:00 PM ET | David J. Garrow
    Martin Luther King was never himself a Communist—far from it. But the FBI's wiretapping of King was precipitated by his association with Stanley Levison, a man with reported ties to the Communist Party. Newly available documents reveal what the FBI actually knew—the vast extent of Levinson's Party activities On October 10, 1963, U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy committed what is widely viewed as one of the most ignominious acts in modern American history: he authorized the Federal Bureau of Investigation to begin wiretapping the telephones of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Kennedy believed that one of King's closest...
  • What's the Real Story About JFK's Controversial Decision to Assassinate a Revered Catholic?

    12/03/2015 6:26:48 AM PST · by marshmallow · 24 replies
    Christian Newswire ^ | 12/1/15 | Kevin Wandra
    Ngo Dinh Diem, the first president of the Republic of Vietnam, possessed the Confucian "Mandate of Heaven," a moral and political authority that was widely recognized by all Vietnamese. What is not commonly known is that Diem was a devout Roman Catholic - in fact, he was a third-order Benedictine and daily communicant. Diem was taken down by a military coup sponsored by the U.S. government and ultimately betrayed by the administration of the first Catholic President, John F. Kennedy, which resulted in Diem's brutal murder on Nov. 2, 1963. In his new book, THE LOST MANDATE OF HEAVEN: The...
  • 1963 Congressional Record:Communist goal for the U.S. - Present homosexuality as "normal"

    05/30/2015 6:02:54 AM PDT · by cleghornboy · 12 replies
    La Salette Journey ^ | May 30, 2015 | Paul Melanson
    Penny Starr, writing for CNS News, notes how, "The U.S. State Department’s new envoy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) spoke on Tuesday about the U.S. mission to put in place constitutional protections for homosexuals in countries around the globe and how that those protections make 'a more durable, healthier nation.' Randy Berry’s remarks are particularly interesting when contrasted with the Congressional Record--Appendix, pp. A34-A35, January 10, 1963 that list 'Current Communist Goals.' The list of 42 goals, entered into the record by Rep. A. S. Herlong Jr., a Democrat from Florida, is credited to the book...
  • Castro's Long Record On Terror, Lawlessness And Killing

    05/29/2015 4:51:10 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 11 replies
    Investors.com ^ | May 29, 2015 | IBD Editorial
    Politics: President Obama removed Cuba as a state sponsor of terror Friday, forgetting the dictatorship's long record of killing, smuggling and, yes, terror. If this is the new standard, why not just scrap the list entirely? The lifting of Cuba from the list of nations that support terrorism was a farce that may well come back to the haunt the United States. After all, the ruling Castro regime that benefits from it in the name of normal relations with the U.S. and new access to World Bank loans is the same regime that once tried the first 9/11, aligning itself...
  • All in the family: Valerie Jarrett and the Chicago communists

    03/23/2015 9:22:05 PM PDT · by concernedcitizen76 · 26 replies
    American Thinker ^ | March 26, 2014 | Thomas Lifson
    Valerie Jarrett is the most powerful figure in the White House, rivalling President Obama in the scope of her influence over the fate of the Republic. Her personal Secret Service detail attests to the importance of her role in our government – in a position that is unelected and unconfirmed by the Senate. She has served as godmother of Barack Obama’s political and personal life, from introducing him to his future wife Michelle Robinson to integrating him into Chicago’s political machine and power structure. Professor Paul Kengor provides fascinating details about her background, and that of other key members of...
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "The Man From The Diner's Club"(1963)

    03/22/2015 11:14:20 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 18 replies
    Daily Motion ^ | 1963 | Frank Tashlin
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "Move Over, Darling" (1963)

    09/21/2014 11:29:57 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 20 replies
    Daily Motion ^ | 1963 | Michael Gordon
  • The Communist States of America

    03/31/2014 9:06:10 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 31, 2014 | Matt Barber
    A preferred ploy of left-wing change agents is to ridicule critics when they point out the undeniable parallels between the goals of today’s “progressive” movement, to include the Democratic Party in general, and the goals of the early, and very much still alive, communist movement. If, for instance, one mentions the historical fact that nearly every adult who, at any time, was in any position of influence over a young, soon-to-be-radicalized Barry Soetoro was an avowed communist, to include his own parents, then one is immediately mocked and dismissed as a neo-McCarthyite hack pining for the bygone days of the...
  • Page: Now, for the rest of the speech

    08/25/2013 1:04:26 PM PDT · by Chi-townChief · 5 replies
    Chicago Tribune via Chicago Tribune ^ | August 24, 2013 | Clarence the Crosseyed Page Email: cpage@tribune.com.
    Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves. Christopher Columbus discovered America. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had a "dream." We like to remember history in short and snappy bumper-sticker sound bites. Real life is a bit more complicated. Columbus "discovered" a "New World" that was new to him anyway, not to the people who already lived in it. Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation did free slaves in the states that seceded. He had to prod, cajole, bribe and browbeat Congress to free the rest. And the Rev. Dr. King had a "dream" that he described eloquently at the March on Washington for Jobs...
  • Number one song 50 years ago this week ! ( Vanity )

    07/06/2013 7:12:51 PM PDT · by sushiman · 66 replies
    Youtube ^ | 7/6/13
    Remember it well ...I was 11 ...Summer at my Grandparents' house on Long Island listening to the big radio console when not at the beach or outside playing ...
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "Call Me Bwana"(1963)

    05/05/2013 11:24:18 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 20 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1963 | Gordon Douglas
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "The Thrill of It All"(1963)

    04/14/2013 12:51:05 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 8 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1963 | Norman Jewison
  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "McLintock!"(1963)

    02/03/2013 1:35:01 PM PST · by ReformationFan · 16 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1963 | Andrew V. McLagen
    For Super Bowl Sunday, what could be a more macho alternative for those who don't have a dog in the fight so to speak than a classic western starring Hollywood's greatest he-man John Wayne? The Duke plays a tough cattle baron named George Washington "G.W." McLintock while his frequent leading lady, the lovely Maureen O'Hara plays his tempestuous red headed wife in this wild, wild west take on William Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew". Definitely not a film for the PC/socialist/feminazi crowd but quite fun for those who are pro-capitalism, pro-freedom and pro-strong male leader. It's also fun to see...
  • Katanga: The Untold Story (How Africa was Lost, A Case in Point)

    04/07/2008 6:43:18 AM PDT · by GodGunsGuts · 17 replies · 104+ views
    Excellent Video: Think of the Katangese as Israel, and Patrice Lumumba and the Central Congolese government as the PLO/PA/HAMAS. The UN, of course, plays the same role as ever...to bring about a world government dominated by socialists and communists. Description: UN troops wage an unprovoked war against anti-communist Katanga in 1960 and 1962. The last bastion of the free market in the Congo was decimated by UN forces in 1963 to bring it under Congolese communist control. If you don't want to watch the entire thing (an early 1960's documentary), fast forward to the end where Katanga's ill-fated and heroic...