Posts Tagged “Assassination of John F. Kennedy”

JFK: The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off

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JFK: The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off

The Less I Remember Maybe I’m Better Off By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday Nv. 8, 2013 Why is it that I remember exactly where I was 50 years ago when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, but I can’t remember what I did last week? Don’t tell me… it’s just age. I remember…

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Why Kennedy’s Assassination Matters

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Why Kennedy’s Assassination Matters

Why Kennedy’s Assassination Matters By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday, October 11, 2013 Fifty years ago, Americans lived in a scary world. The Soviets were a serious threat, bringing us to the brink of nuclear war over the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile Crisis. The “Commies” were everywhere in Hollywood, in the…

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The Kennedy Assassination and the “Conspiradentals”

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The Kennedy Assassination and the “Conspiradentals” By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Friday May 3, 2013 A lot of people believe that skeptics of the assassination of John F. Kennedy are driven by a belief that there was a second gunman besides Lee Harvey Oswald. That’s not true. The real problem lingering in the minds of…

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Not everyone believes Oswald was the only shooter

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Not everyone believes Oswald was the only shooter By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Friday March 29, 2013 The response to last week’s column must have touched a nerve with a lot of people. So many called, emailed and messaged me on Facebook to say they, too, believe a conspiracy was behind the assassination of President…

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Year of JFK Truth and Because Lies Continue

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Year of JFK Truth and Because Lies Continue By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday, March 22, 2013 This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the biggest lies sold to the American people. Oh, there have been a lot of lies over the years during my generation, but this one that comes on Nov….

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