Tag Archives: 1963

THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH by Peter Nolan Smith

Gloomy clouds over Lake Michigan hovered low in the October sky. A black Suburban sped west on Route 2. The driver hadn’t seen a car since leaving St. Ignace and this late in the year no state troopers patrolled the two-laner traversing the Upper Peninsula. He cruised though Nabinway at 85, then stamped on his […]

56 Years Later

Today no one in New York had mentioned JFK’s bad day in Dallas. Neither the BBC, New York Times, nor Al-Jazeera wrote a single line about the November 22, 1963 tragedy, proving the old adage that as you get old you forget and as you get older you are forgotten. 51 years might be a […]

The Dream Is Never Over

After spending a lovely night in Houston, JFK and his wife boarded the presidential jet for a short hop to Dallas. The crowds lining the route applauded the president and his hostess, Mrs. Connolly, commented that Dallas loved him and the president replied, “That’s very obvious.” A second later a single bullet and then another […]

Wear What November 22,1963

Not only do I know where I was 53 years ago when I heard about JFK, I know exactly what I was wearing. The school uniform for St. Mary of the Hills. We miss you JFK. Always have. Always will. Fuck the debunkers of Camelot.

HEAT WAVE – Martha Reeves and The Vandellas