With citizens storming airports protesting foreign travel bans, and walls being erected on our southern border many are wondering, “What’s next?” Imagine a world where the US government monitors the movements of citizens within the fifty states. What if you needed a passport to travel from New Jersey to Pennsylvania? Or California to Nevada? Envision […]

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With Trump becoming our 45th president, many people think we are living in an alternate reality. What if our alternate reality had Rudy Giuliani as the 45th president? And instead of a never-ending war on terror, the US had a never-ending war with Russia? Imagine a police state with border crossings between states. Imagine a […]

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An enhanced, colorized version of a photo of a young Bill Clinton shaking hands with JFK in July 1963 is sweeping the internet. Bill Clinton shook hands with President Kennedy on July 24, 1963 in the Rose Garden of the White House. He was in Washington, D.C. as a delegate from Arkansas to the Boys […]

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In a West Berlin speech on June 26, 1963, Kennedy uttered his legendary phrase, “Ich bin ein Berliner” – “I am a Berliner” to a crowd of over one hundred thousand. His words were a reference to “all free men, wherever they may live” and underscored support for West Berliners, living in a democratic citadel […]

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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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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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John Fitzgerald Kennedy Saving Jackie K is a page-turning novel that springs from the premise that would-be assassins missed, and President John Fitzgerald Kennedy lived beyond November 22, 1963. But who was the man that we mourn today? John F. Kennedy was the thirty-fifth president of the United States, from his inauguration on January 20, […]

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On March 13, 1939, the Kennedy family attends the coronation of Pope Pius XII. John F. Kennedy‘s father, Joseph Kennedy, served as United States Ambassador to Great Britain at the time. Afterwards, young John Kennedy travels through Germany, Poland and Russia on the eve of World War II, reporting to his father on the imminence […]

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on what would have been his 84th Birthday. MLK was born on January 15, 1929. In a watershed moment for the American Civil Rights Movement, activist Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his monumental “I have a dream” speech on August 28, 1963. From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial […]

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December 16: Fifty-two years ago in 1960, JFK Appointed Brother RFK as Attorney General. In November 1959, Robert Kennedy became manager of his brother’s presidential campaign. Following the Kennedy victory, the President-elect tapped his brother, on December 16, 1960, to be Attorney General. John F. Kennedy‘s choice of Robert Kennedy as Attorney General was controversial, […]

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