JFK Assassination Suspects – Richard M Nixon JFK Assassination Suspect Richard Milhous Nixon Born in 1916 in Yorba Linda, California, Richard Nixon grew up in a poor Quaker family, the second youngest of five boys. He survived the hardship of his youth to earn acceptance at prestigious Ivy League, Harvard—where JFK ultimately was schooled. But […]

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JFK’s Speeches In the fictional world of Saving Jackie K, the novel explores a scenario where JFK assassins botched their mission, killing First Lady Jackie Kennedy by mistake. This tragic outcome catapults the US into a chronic war with the Soviet Union. In real life, John F. Kennedy is remembered as a proponent of peace. […]

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JFK Assassination Suspects – LBJ Lyndon Baines Johnson Suspect A native Texan born in 1908, Lyndon Johnson grew up in a small farmhouse in Stonewall. LBJ is said to have proposed to his wife on their first date. But Claudia Alta Taylor&#151nicknamed Lady Bird&#151stalled him for ten weeks until marrying him in November 1934. The […]

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Fidel Castro JFK Assassination Suspects – Fidel Castro During the 1950s, the Caribbean island nation of Cuba was run by US-backed military dictator and president, Fulgencio Batista. In 1959, rebel leader Fidel Castro banded together with his brother Raul Castro and friend Che Guevera to stage a revolution. Castro successfully overthrew Batista, and began his […]

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Cuban Missile Crisis: The Brink of War In Saving Jackie K, JFK’s Vice President, Lyndon Baines Johnson, laments the Commander-in-Chief’s missteps regarding the communist island nation of Cuba. But no one can debate Kennedy’s success in thwarting the volatile Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. On October 14, 1962, a US Air Force U-2 plane flying […]

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Nikita Khrushchev JFK Assassination Suspects – Nikita Khrushchev During the power struggle following the 1953 death of Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, Khrushchev eventually emerged victorious. By late 1956, the new leader taunted the US and its western allies with the threat, “Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury […]

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JFK Assassination Suspects For half a century, people have theorized about who killed the thirty-fifth president. The Warren Commission concluded that social misfit Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated JFK. But polls consistently show that the majority of Americans do not believe that Oswald acted alone. But, who are the JFK Assassination Suspects ? Who masterminded the […]

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The Mafia JFK Assassination Suspects – The Mafia When JFK was inaugurated in 1961, he appointed his kid brother, Robert Francis Kennedy, to the post of US Attorney General. The choice proved controversial. Eight years the president’s junior, the thirty-five year old seemed young, inexperienced, and unqualified for the cabinet-level position. However, in the late […]

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JFK Quotes John Fitzgerald Kennedy Top Quotes Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.    —John F. Kennedy Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.    —John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy’s Speeches: JFK’s Legacy as America’s 35th President The Greatest Speeches of […]

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In a June 15, 1963 telegram, color barrier-breaking baseball legend Jackie Robinson urged to President John F. Kennedy “utilize every federal facility” to protect Martin Luther King Jr. “The world cannot afford to lose him to the whims of murderous maniacs,” Robinson said in the telegram. At the time, King was in Mississippi for the […]

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