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Play ball: Obama and Castro at the ballpark


The somewhat extraordinary final day of President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba was eclipsed by news of the attacks in Brussels, First there was the  joint Obama-Castro news conference in which the Cuban leader actually had the novel experience of having to answer freely asked questions. Then there was the overlooked story that those notorious communist sympathizers at Google have agreed to provide the country with cheap and fast Internet, confirming fatuous Newt Gingrich’s point that President Obama is a suspected traitor, or something like that. Finally, there was a feel-good photo op: a baseball game between the Cuban national team and the Tampa Bay Rays, which Obama described accurately as, well, “somewhat extraordinary.”

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Marie Fonzi has a great idea for Google on November 22, 2015

Wife of the late HSCA investigator Gaeton Fonzi, Marie has ideas for how to bring the JFK assassination story home to the next generation.. She has contacted Google and asked the search engine giant to do something special on their home page on November 22, 2015.

Who is Marie Fonzi to be saying such things?

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Marie Fonzi: ask Google to honor JFK

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

The appeal of JFK Facts

I launched JFK Facts a year ago and the metrics are in: what people want is not JFK theories, but facts.

So think about supporting this site with a donation to the Mary Ferrell Foundation today. It’s easy and it will make a difference.

Look at the “Breaking JFK News” column to the left and you will see proof that JFK Facts is making a difference in the JFK coverage of AP, CNN, Fox News, Detroit Free Press and other mainstream news organizations.

The recent media blitz around the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death confirmed the public’s enduring interest. The discussion of the JFK story is sure to continue through this year until at least the 50th anniversary of the Warren Report in September 2014.

With your help, we can continue to make a difference.

Why are we effective?

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