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DIdn’t Do It: The Fed

Was JFK killed because of his Fed policy, asks Tom Woods? The answer is no.

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RIP: Arlen Specter and his Single Bullet Theory

The custodians of legacy news organizations and certain historians will say that the late Arlen Specter was right beyond a reasonable doubt in his theorizing about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Unfortunately, the facts say otherwise. In the past decade, improvements in forensic science have undermined Specter’s most famous hypothesis, the venerable Single Bullet Theory. This is not to criticize the dead.

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“40 million Americans…”

“…we’ve got to take this out of the arena where they’re testifying that Khrushchev and Castro did this and did that and kick us into a war that can kill 40 million Americans in an hour…” – President Johnson

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Original FOIA request for George Joannides files

The lawsuit Morley v. CIA began with this Freedom of Information Act request.

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May 1963: JFK as Hollywood star

Michael Beschloss’s tweet about JFK meeting with Barbara Streisand is a reminder.  

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