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JFK Assassination Files: The inside story Gov. Connally told Celente

Gerald Celente, The Trends Research Institute COLONIAL KINGSTON, NY, 23 October 2017—  As President Donald Trump prepares to release the John F. Kennedy assassination files, global trend forecaster Gerald Celente reveals the inside story told to him by Governor John Connally, who was seriously wounded when he took a bullet in the back sitting in front

The Case Against LBJ for Murdering JFK

W. Green, I’ve been following this JFK assassination from day one. And I like many Americans my responses evolved from shocked, to relieved (when they found the “assassin”), to shocked and relieved (when they killed the “assassin”), to dismayed when the Warren Report was issued, to outraged when the mysterious deaths of witnesses occurred, and

JFK Library to Give Obama a ‘Profile in Courage’ Award

Frank Camp, According to the the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Foundation website, the “Profile in Courage” award is given to “modern-day elected officials who govern for the greater good, even when it is not in their own interest to do so. The award celebrates individuals who choose the public interest over partisanship – who

Nearly a dozen passengers walked through unattended TSA checkpoint at JFK

Police were racing Monday to identify as many as 11 people who apparently walked through an open and unattended checkpoint at New York’s JFK Airport. The passengers walked through the Terminal 5 screening area at around 6 a.m., Port Authority Police told Fox News. They said they searched the terminal for those passengers around 8 a.m.

No, President Trump Can’t Be Removed With the 25th Amendment

Daniel Greenfield,  Alternatively, this is embarrassing. Please stop. A House Democrat is calling for Congress to review the 25th Amendment of the Constitution, suggesting President Donald Trump is mentally “unstable.” Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), who has represented a Portland district for 20 years, wrote in an op-ed that the 50-year-old amendment contains a “fatal flaw” that must

Manhattan DA’s office probing death of reporter with possible JFK ties

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is looking into the mysterious death 51 years ago of newspaper writer and “What’s My Line?” star Dorothy Kilgallen, who was investigating the JFK assassination, The Post has learned. The stunning development comes after a new book, “The Reporter who Knew Too Much,” suggests Kilgallen was murdered to shut down

Will The CIA Assassinate Trump? Ron Paul Warns Of “More Powerful, Shadow Government”

Mac Slavo | Trump is treading dangerous waters, and risks the fate of JFK. It isn’t just that Donald Trump routinely thumbs his nose at the establishment, insults media figures he sees as unfair and bucks conventional wisdom. It is that President-elect Trump is defying the will of the deep state, military industrial complex

The Intelligence Community, Russia and Trump

Michael Barone, On Wednesday, in his first news conference as president-elect, Donald Trump came out swinging — against some of the media (while praising others), against the policies and performance of the Obama administration, and against the intelligence community. He had some legitimate reason. One was CNN’s report that Trump had been briefed that Russian

Post-JFK, What Will the CIA Do to President Trump?

Jacob G. Hornberger, In a truly remarkable bit of honesty and candor regarding the U.S. national-security establishment, new Senate minority leader Charles Schumer has accused President-elect Trump of “being really dumb.” Was Schumer referring to Trump’s ideology, philosophy, or knowledge about economics or foreign policy? None of the above. According to an article in The

S&P 500 Clings to Biggest Post-Election Rally Since JFK

Wall Street let some air out of its euphoric Trump rally Thursday as investors craved more clarity from the president-elect on his policy proposals. Though short on details, Donald Trump’s press conference Wednesday afternoon socked drug stocks, and forced investors to consider whether their enthusiasm had driven equity prices up too far too fast.  Before

Will the CIA Regret Its Fight with Trump?

Jacob G. Hornberger, The Future of Freedom Foundation The fight between President-Elect Trump and the CIA over Russia’s alleged interference with the U.S. presidential election could have a major impact on what is set to happen in October 2017. That is the month when thousands of the CIA’s super-secret records relating to the assassination of

7 Books That Make American History Great Again

Note: These recommendations come from Regnery Publishing.  2016 has been the year of thinking differently about America—so what better gift to give this Christmas than a book that provides a very different perspective on a piece of American history? Here are 7 books that will keep even hardcore history buffs intrigued: 1. 9 Presidents Who Screwed