John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) was the youngest candidate ever to be elected president, and he served from 1961-1963. November 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of his tragic assassination. Kennedy came into office with a young wife, Jacqueline, and two children, Caroline and John Jr. The Kennedys were accustomed to having both children and animals in […]

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If you’re looking to add something to your car collection that will be sure to impress your friends, former US President John F. Kennedy’s Jaguar which is still in “like new” condition is now up for sale on Ebay. History of the 1957 Jaguar Mark 1: Jackie Kennedy’s mother Janet married the immensely rich Hugh […]

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John F. Kennedy (JFK) is one of many celebrities to stay in the Penthouse Suite at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. President John F. Kennedy, Prince Charles of Wales, Mick Jagger, Tony Bennett, Dita Von Teese, Nat King Cole and Marlene Dietrich are just a few of the luminaries who have bunked at the […]

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Fantastic video of JFK‘s Presidential Yacht, Honey Fitz, now restored for charitable use. When Kennedy entered the Oval Office, he acquired and renamed the presidential yacht, previously used by Eisenhower. He called her Honey Fitz—the nickname of his beloved maternal grandfather, John Francis Fitzgerald, a two-time mayor of Boston. And as Kennedy enjoyed the yacht […]

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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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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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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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Rare artifacts from the JFK assassination are going on display in Washington, including the home video camera used by dressmaker Abraham Zapruder, who unwittingly recorded the assassination. More than 100 rarely seen objects will be on display, including the 8 mm movie camera used by Abraham Zapruder, who was the only eyewitness to capture the […]

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Jackie Kennedy In Saving Jackie K, fate examines a scenario where the snipers missed and JFK lived, while his wife succumbed to the conspiracy plot. Who was Jackie K in real life? Born on July 28, 1929 to a wealthy Southampton NY family, Jackie Lee Bouvier was an accomplished equestrian who maintained a lifelong interest […]

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