Panel to highlight national security implications of JFK assassination

JFK’s assassination has to be understood as “a national security event.”

Two historians will explain why at the University of North Texas on November 2.

The historians are:

Thurston Clarke, author of “JFK’s Last Hundred Days: The Transformation of a Man and Emergence of a Great President,” and David E. Kaiser, author of “The Road to Dallas: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy,”

If I lived in north Texas, I would go hear what they have to say.


1 thought on “Panel to highlight national security implications of JFK assassination”

  1. Thinking about that current national security state a lot lately, heirs to the JFK security coup.

    Guess what, kids, if they’re tapping into the phone conversations of friendly, foreign leaders, they are tapping into YOURS.

    Hate to be paranoid, but sometimes the facts speak for themselves.

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