On Comedy Central’s Daily Show, host Jon Stewart ridicules Rick Santorum for his comment that the 1960 JFK Religion speech made him want to throw up. Link to View Video Stewart highlighted the fact that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum inverted the meaning of John F. Kennedy’s famous 1960 speech pledging to keep the Pope […]

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In a recent interview with Lee Harvey Oswald’s widow, Marina Oswald Porter, she vehemently proclaims his innocence.  Her attitude represents a complete turnaround from interviews conducted in the aftermath of the presidential assassination and her husband’s murder.  At that time, she was convinced of his guilt. Marina Porter Oswald declares, “I think he is absolutely […]

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In September of 1960, Senator Kennedy, presidential candidate, delivered a speech about religion in politics to the Ministerial Association at Rice Hotel in Houston, TX.  Current GOP presidential contender Rick Santorum recently said that the speech made him sick. Santorum said, “I don’t believe in an America where the separation of church and state are […]

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This television interview was conducted three months after Marina Oswald’s husband, Lee Harvey Oswald, allegedly killed President Kennedy, and was shot to death himself. She purports to believe in her husband’s guilt.   Marina says her days are spent being busy with her children. She speaks to her children Junie and Rachel in both English […]

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Lee Harvey Oswald’s youngest daughter, Rachel, was only one month old in 1963 when her father allegedly killed President Kennedy, and was shot to death himself. Twenty-eight years later, she granted this TV interview. Raised by her stepfather, Rachel Oswald Porter didn’t know who her birth father was as a young child. Her mother, Marina […]

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Ursa Minor Publishing is proud to announce that JFK novelist L.D.C. Fitzgerald will be appearing at the Lehigh University Bookstore for a discussion and book signing event promoting “DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy.” Date:  Friday, February 24 Time:  11:30 to 1:30 Place:  Lehigh University Barnes & Noble Bookstore Location: Bethlehem, PA Ursa Minor […]

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President John F. Kennedy ranks eighth in favorable ratings among presidents in a recent Public Policy Polling survey, while our first president, George Washington, earns the top honor. Top Ten by Favorable Minus Unfavorable Gap: The next ten ranks include recent presidents Reagan, Ford, Clinton, and George H.W. Bush: Jimmy Carter is tied for the […]

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John Glenn entered the Naval Aviation Cadet Program in March 1942 and was graduated from this program and commissioned in the Marine Corps in 1943. After advanced training, Glenn joined Marine Fighter Squadron 155 and spent a year flying F-4U fighters in the Marshall Islands. During John Glenn’s World War II service, he flew 59 […]

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50 Years Ago on February 20, 1962, Glenn piloted the Mercury-Atlas 6 “Friendship 7” spacecraft on the first manned orbital mission of the United States. Launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, he completed a successful three-orbit mission around the earth, reaching a maximum altitude (apogee) of 162 statute miles and an orbital […]

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Furniture company Lexington Modern supplied JFK with a special chair for his presidential debates with Richard Nixon in 1960. The debates were the first televised presidential debates in history, and marked a turning point in on-air presence for political candidates. JFK was lauded for his tan, relaxed appearance, while Nixon seemed pale and sickly. “Prior […]

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