50 years ago at the White House, John F. Kennedy (JFK) met with Betty Miller, the first woman to cross the Pacific Ocean on a solo mission, who introduced him to her copilot, a troll doll named “Dammit.” She made the historic flight in 1963. Specifically, she flew from Oakland, California to Brisbane, Australia, to […]

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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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John F. Kennedy‘s former presidential yacht, now owned by a Texas oilman, will be used to raise funds for an effort to house homeless veterans in North Charleston, when the boat is in Charleston on Memorial Day weekend. “Heroes Haven” will be able to offer charter cruise rides to about 120 people, half on the […]

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52 Years ago, President John F. Kennedy (JFK) attended his inaugural ball with with Jackie Kennedy. What if the snipers missed JFK and killed Jackie Kennedy instead? Read the daring new novel that flips the JFK assassination on its head! Check out blockbuster new novel DESTINATION DEALEY: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy. e-Book now on […]

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December 6, 1963: President Johnson (LBJ) presents the Medal of Freedom Award posthumously to President Kennedy (JFK) in the State Dining Room at the White House. JFK had tragically been assassinated by sniper gunfire one week earlier, and his Vice President, Lyndon Johnson, immediately became President. The Medal of Freedom was established in July 1945, […]

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48 years ago today on September 24, 1964, the Warren Commission issued a report to President Lyndon Johnson, fingering Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone gunman who assassinated President Kennedy in Dealey Plaza. Did Oswald indeed act alone? Or was there a massive coverup? Most Americans believe there was a broader conspiracy at work. What […]

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JFK Novelist, LDC Fitzgerald, recently appeared on Triangle Variety Radio with host Patrick Walters. They discussed the JFK Assassination, and fingered LBJ as a prime suspect. Listen to internet radio with Triangle Variety Radio on Blog Talk Radio   LDC Fitzgerald is the author of a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and […]

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