Tag Archives | John F. Kennedy

Freedom Is Indivisible

The biggest news this week is that the left has officially turned against the First Amendment and freedom of speech—and just in time for the Fourth of July! If you’re on the right, it is not news that the left wants to shut us up. The only change is that this goal is being announced […]

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If Democrats Don’t Have Jefferson and Jackson, Who’s Left?

Last week, the organizers of the Democratic Party’s Jefferson-Jackson-Bailey Dinner in Connecticut (Bailey was a local machine politician) voted to drop the two former presidents from the event’s name, on the grounds that they were slave owners and therefore unworthy of the honor. There was no debate, and the decision took all of two minutes. […]

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The Conspiracy Theory

It’s been fifty years since John F. Kennedy was assassinated, but the big conspiracy theory about his death still lives on. No, I don’t mean any of the outlandish and thoroughly debunked theories about “magic bullets” and grassy knolls. I mean the much more pervasive myth that somehow the political right is responsible for Kennedy’s […]

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