Where was President John F. Kennedy en route to when he was assassinated?

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Answered: Today marks 48 years since JFK was shot. Where were you when Kennedy

Perhaps the better question is why the CIA didn't paste Kennedy before they did? He most definitely deserved it, for his family ties to organized crime, disturbing long-term affair with Soviet agent Judith Exner, his severe judgment errors with the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile, and Tonkin Gulf ...

Answered: John Fitzgerald Kennedy How old was John Kennedy when he became

President Kennedy was born in late May of 1917. At the time of his inauguration he was 43 years old.

Answered: The Greatest U.S. President?

stressed Answered: Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, both Bush. Brought us hope. Made hope real. Look at the losers: Clinton, Carter, Wallace. Johnson, Obama, Kennedy. Couldn't have been worse if they tried. Kennedy = Cuban Missile crisis. Nearly got us all nuked. Blew it onboard PT109 ...

Answered: Why didn't John-John Kennedy talk until age 4?

I am so sorry your grandson is experiencing these difficulties. I have a friend whose son is now 9 but was also diagnosed with asperger's/autism around age 4. He is doing very well now and I hope the same holds true for your grandson. I thought it might be reassuring to provide this list I found ...

Answered: Should Obama Listen John F. Kennedy?

As you should kc, as you should. MRD

Answered: I drive to Bullhead City AZ from LA about every 3 months, is there a

Yes, you can avoid Cajon Pass if you go south from Needles on US-95 and take CA-62 through Twenty-Nine Palms and then I-10 to Riverside, then CA-91. Mapquest says it is about 30 minutes longer but you might be losing that much time at Cajon Pass.
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JFK and the Teen Mistress: Was it OK Then?

Considering it's her word ageist someone who's been dead and gone for 47 years now. And she has presented no documented evidence to support her side of the story,,,?

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What is origin of (before its use by U.S. Pres. John F. Kennedy): Ask

President Kennedy often came up with his most memorable quotes on his own. Many, like this one, were inspired by other famous quotes but the end result was pure Kennedy: The most stirring line of JFK's inaugural address, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your ...