Incredible footage has emerged of Jackie Kennedy’s 1957 appearance on a talk show called Home, hosted by legendary TV personality Arlene Francis. The shy and soft-spoken 28-year-old describes what it is like to be married to Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy and the camera follows her on domestic errands and around the couple’s Georgetown home. […]

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On January 14, 1964, less than two month after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy (JFK), Jackie Kennedy publicly thanks sympathizers. The former First Lady expresses her gratitude to the hundreds of thousands who sent their condolences after the murder of her husband, President Kennedy. What if the snipers missed JFK and killed Jackie […]

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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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52 years ago today marked the first televised presidential debate. Vice President Richard Nixon sparred with Senator John F. Kennedy. After eight years of serving as VP alongside Ike (Dwight Eisenhower), Nixon threw his hat into the 1960 presidential election. During the first-ever televised candidates’ debate, Nixon appeared tired and pale after recovering from a […]

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Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe singing Happy Birthday to JFK – President John F. Kennedy – fifty years ago on May 19, 1962. John F. Kennedy‘s 45th birthday would be ten days after on May 29, 1962. He would be brutally assassinated 18 months later. What if John Kennedy had lived and Jackie Kennedy had […]

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On May 19, 1962, superstar Marilyn Monroe sang a throaty, sensual happy birthday to JFK, then president of the US. John F. Kennedy‘s 45th birthday would be ten days later on May 29, 1962. He would be brutally assassinated 18 months later. For a thrilling fictional account of President Kennedy‘s illustrious life and tragic assassination, […]

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Senator John F. Kennedy appears on the Jack Paar show in 1960, to promote his presidential campaign. During the clip the host asks JFK why he went into politics, and why he is running for president (see below). Kennedy also discusses the imminent threat of communism, and declares, “The US is the only guardian at […]

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On March 21, 1980, in the popular evening TV drama Dallas, main character JR Ewing was shot twice by an unknown gunman. The cliffhanger came on the heels of a season where JR (played by Larry Hagman) had angered most of the city. The episode spurred a nationwide question of “Who Shot JR?” and an […]

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On Comedy Central’s Daily Show, host Jon Stewart ridicules Rick Santorum for his comment that the 1960 JFK Religion speech made him want to throw up. Link to View Video Stewart highlighted the fact that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum inverted the meaning of John F. Kennedy’s famous 1960 speech pledging to keep the Pope […]

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In a recent interview with Lee Harvey Oswald’s widow, Marina Oswald Porter, she vehemently proclaims his innocence.  Her attitude represents a complete turnaround from interviews conducted in the aftermath of the presidential assassination and her husband’s murder.  At that time, she was convinced of his guilt. Marina Porter Oswald declares, “I think he is absolutely […]

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