Even still, many of my generation correctly see the impositions of the Kennedy dynasty, however necessary or justified, as an unofficial system of marshal law. And the fact is, so much was accomplished from that time through methods that could never stand the light of day, and in fact were, and still are brazenly unconstitutional. In a way, it’s no wonder that many colored folks have no respect for the constitution.
Tag: John F. Kennedy
It was just a few days ago, August 25th, that marked one year since the passing of astronaut Neil Armstrong, first man to step foot on the moon. It still seems hard to believe. Not so much the passing of Neil Armstrong, but that the era he represents – probably better than even John F. […]
Tough words. Still, there’s more to Ratzinger’s retirement than old age and disgrace over sexual abuse scandals. Or is there? First I must say, I am not Catholic and never have been.
As predicted, not another word about Mitt Romney’s association to the Batman Hollywood “Bane” conspiracy and James Holmes and the Aurora massacre. Romney deftly changed focus by insulting the British in regard to Olympic preparedness. The obedient media dutifully followed. The power of money unseen. And, once again, the white elephant is silently highlighted by […]
I have to admit I was a little surprised this week when Alabama voted for Rick Santorum. It was only in the last two weeks that he showed himself to be a religious nutcase when he challenged remarks by John F. Kennedy asserting separation of church and state, and his disinclination to take orders from […]