I interrupt our regularly scheduled JFK programing for this commercial announcement:
For the past two years I have been teaching a course called “The History of the CIA: 1947 to Today” at the University of California in the District of Columbia (UCDC) The course revolves around a weekly discussion and debate of the CIA today and in the future.
JFK Fact Readers. Put “JFK” after your name on the enrollment form and receive $150 back on the first day of class.
“The History of the CIA, course sounds intriguing, to say the least. I don’t suppose it’s open to ‘foreign aliens’?
‘Foreign aliens’ are welcome to the CIA history course. Especially Australians.
A reader interested in my Oplerno course on the History of the CIA (starting July 6) asks a good question:
At what time of the day are video lectures delivered? And will they be taped for replay?
I am teaching an online course in the History of the CIA this summer.
JFK Facts readers get a 30 percent discount.
Action-packed reading, fun writing exercises, and a whole lot of online discussion with yours truly makes this class a fascinating summertime excursion into reality.
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Now I need a few more to join us in a 12-week investigation and discussion of the CIA, past and present, led by yours truly. We’ll read, debate, dissect, and deconstruct the agency’s legacy of espionage and covert action.
My very cool online course on the History of the CIA begins the week of July 6.
Go to ciacourse.org.
Orlando Bosch fled Cuba in the early 1960s and settled in Miami and began working with the CIA. For decades, he used the United States as a base for attacks on Cuban civilians and Cuban government targets. Read more
The National Archives is getting serious about a big JFK records data dump in October 2017, according to officials who spoke at a public meeting in Washington today.
At the 25:00 mark in this video Martha Murphy of the National Archives outlines plans for declassification of still-classified JFK files in 2017.
A JFK Facts reader was there and filed this report.
I nominate a forgotten tape recording that surfaced a couple of years ago. Read more
On June 9 I wrote about Marie Fonzi’s great idea: ask Google to recognize JFK on their home page on November 22, 2015.
Marie wrote back to explain how people can help: Read more
Slate’s David Greenberg is one of those historians who prefers to discuss JFK theories rather than deal with JFK facts. In his recent Slate piece, The plot to link JFK’s death and Watergate, (republished from 2003), Greenberg has this to say: