American Folk Singer, Songwriter, and Activist Pete Seeger died on January 27, 2014 at the age of 94. Few remember that he attended Harvard at the same time as Politician, Senator, and President John F. Kennedy. A fixture on nationwide radio in the 1940s, Pete Seeger also had a string of hit records during the […]

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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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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, on November 8, 1960, John F. Kennedy beat Richard M. Nixon in the presidential election, becoming the 35th American president. In the national popular vote, Kennedy beat Nixon by just one tenth of one percentage point (0.1%)–the closest popular-vote margin of the 20th century. Kennedy won by 303 electoral votes. The election […]

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Okay, okay, shameless, right? But we love all things JFK, and all things presidential, and couldn’t resist these great photos of shirtless commanders-in-chief. So, who looks best? We always vote for Kennedy, but you decide for yourself. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, check out blockbuster novel DESTINATION […]

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