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Join The Kendal Murray Show each Friday for Forget Me Not Fridays... Kendal will bring various figures from past prominence to his show for your listening pleasure. Hear from them in their own words! This week's spotlight will shine on President John F. Kennedy
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America Meditating honors President John F. Kennedy with a special meditation and insights by Sister Jenna and Sister Gita on the power of life and how we lead.
Born on May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts, John F. Kennedy served in both the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate before becoming the 35th president in 1961. As president, Kennedy faced a number of foreign crises, especially in Cuba and Berlin, but managed to secure such achievements as the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty and the Alliance for Progress. On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas.
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In this special tribute, Award-Winning Journalist John Sparks talks about how he was there in Texas the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago today. Sparks talks with Rolonda about the anniversary and the legacy Kennedy leaves behind. Remembering JFK: A Texas Tribute.
Also, news man Michael Horowicz talks about the legacy his father leaves behind as he was the garment work who made Mrs. Jackie Kennedy's famous pink suit - the one she continued to wear after her husband was assassinated even though it was covered in blood. "Let them see what they've done," said Mrs. Kennedy.
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The program dramatizes the thousand days of John F. Kennedy’s presidency, from his inauguration in 1961 to his tragic death on November 22, 1963. The videotape emphasizes Kennedy’s and America’s hopes for his term as president
November 22nd is the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. Tonight's show will be about the man and his presidency.
R. Frederick Riddle is becoming known as an author of Christian Fiction, an editor of the controversial Riddle's Point of View, a blogger, and as host of his weekly BTR program: The R Frederick Riddle Show.
Mr. Riddle is a born-again Christian with almost 40 years of Bible study and a life-time of studying the world at large. He is also active in his church.
Launching his radio show in 2012, he has been very happy with the opportunity to connect with others who may share his interest in the world events going on every day. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the time of counting our blessings as with many of you Wild Bill keeps looking at things that have occured during his life. He was just a small boy in 1963 but the things he saw on telelvision have left a mark in his mind all of these years. In Novemember of 1963 he was only five years old but has vivid pictures he remembers of the news events of the shooting and the funeral of JFK. I would guess that this probably impacted his family and he was feeding his emotions off of them. There have been hundreds of conspiricaty theories. There are even new blogs with new theories and reasons for what happened. Hundreds of Books and movies have been made in regard to this event. It is clear that during a time of hope with younger people starting to take more interest in politics that nobody dreamed such an event could take place. One of the supervising Secret Service agents from that time had finally had enough of all of the things said and published a book on the topic. He used reports and personal notes of the agents involved and their personal recollections based on these reports to put together as much of the facts as possible. We tried to screen as much of the gory details as possible from what we are sharing tonight. Secret Service Agent Clint Hill was part of Mrs. Kennedy's protection and was on the back up vehicle. He was the agent that made it to the car. 12 years later and for the first time he shared what happened. You will hear this! The show may run a little longer then usual but we still want to hear your comments at the end of the show. The bible tells us that life is just a vapor. It is clear that on this beautiful day that nobody tought this could happen. There is another event coming soon that will catch many people unaware if they are not careful!
Tonight InstantRiverside.com Radio will present a live broadcast on the JFK assassination. Our guest is Joe Nickell of Skeptical Inquirer science magazine.
His research into the JFK assassination has resulted in a conclusion that the shooting on November 22, 1963, which killed President Kennedy, was very different than the majority of books and witness accounts.
Nickell is a well-known forensic investigator who will explain what happened to all the bullets that were fired at Kennedy’s motorcade.
Take our opinion poll: Was it a conspiracy? Click here: We’ll have your opinion results tonight.
Decades after their passing, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan remain the ideals of what the left and right believe a president should be. From their looks, speaking styles and demeanor, Reagan and JFK created the template for all who aspire to the Oval Office. Scott Farris, author of the new book, "Kennedy & Reagan: Why Their Legacies Endure," calls in to compare these two iconic presidents, and how they are still shaping presidential politics to this day.
Originally given at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel New York City, April 27, 1961 “The President and the Press” or more popularly known as the “secret Society Speech” for it's open reference to a secret government conspiracy was an address given to the American Newspaper Publishers Association by President John F. Kennedy.
2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the end of the Cold War. Millions of men and women across the globe contributed to the end of the great East-West conflict of the 20th century, including a handful of national security specialists who helped shape policy and events. Some are well known, like Henry Kissinger, McGeorge Bundy, and Brent Schofield. Others however, served in relative obscurity, contributing their intellect and lives into making sure that the Cold War never turned "hot." One of these was Robert Komer, a World War II-era U.S. Army intelligence officer, who was one of the earliest employees of the new Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) when it was created in 1947. Working as an analyst, Komer would have a remarkable career that would span decades and have him serving presidents from Harry S. Truman, to Jimmy Carter. His work covered everything from strengthening U.S. forces and NATO, to helping run counterinsurgency programs in Vietnam. And through this wide variety of assignments and challenges, Komer acquired a nickname for his high-energy, and sometimes fiery style of work: Blowtorch.
To learn more about Robert "Blowtorch" Komer, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (USNIBooks) writer Frank Leith Jones, the author of BLOWTORCH. BLOWTORCH is a compelling biography of Robert Komer, and his amazing professional journey through the Cold War from the 1940s through to the Carter administration. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer questions and opinions on the book and Mr. Komer, as we remember the sometimes dark days of the Cold War.