DNC Comms Director Speculates Cruz's Dad Really WAS Part Of Plot To Kill JFK

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
U.S. Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson (C) takes the presidential oath of office from Judge Sarah T. Hughes (2nd from L) as President John F. Kennedy's widow first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (2nd from R) stands at his side aboard Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas, Texas just two hours after Kennedy was shot in this November 22, 1963 photo by White House photographer Cecil Stoughton provided by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston. REUTERS/JFK Library/Cecil Stoughton/The White House/Handout

‘Would not be unusual’

Watch The Latest Anti-Trump 'White Privilege' Meme Interrupt 7 Iconic Moments In US History

Daily Caller News Foundation | Katie Frates


America Is A 70s Disaster Film Starring Donald Trump

Opinion | Michael Stutz
Trump, Michael Savage Debate Scalia's Death -- 'Was He Murdered?' (Getty Images)

And it’s pretty obvious how this movie’s going to turn out: it’s going to be great!

Watch A Bizarre, Conspiratorial, Rambling Anti-White Tirade The Government Actually Financed With Taxpayer Dollars

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Dick Gregory at the Census Bureau [Judicial Watch/Vimeo screengrab]

Tiger Woods’ infidelity was a set up of the white race, didn’t you know?

Sorry, Dems! A Happy Birthday Ode To Kennedy, The Original Democrat-In-Name-Only

Opinion | Philip DeVoe
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and John F. Kennedy

Six reasons why Kennedy was really a conservative

Nancy Pelosi's Begging For Money Is A Bad Example For The Youth

Opinion | Patrick Howley
U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi swears in Rep. Patrick Kennedy during a ceremonial reenactment on the first day of the 110th Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington

JFK would not be pleased

NJ Town Cheers Decision Not To Name Rec Center After Obama

US | Rachel Stoltzfoos
US President Barack Obama speaks from the Rose Garden of the White House April 17, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

‘The people have spoken’

Obama Learns The Wrong Lessons From 1914

Opinion | Keith Naughton
President Barack Obama speaks about Ukraine at the White House in Washington

Talk is cheap, and nations look after their own self-interest.

LBJ is no civil rights hero

Opinion | Roger Stone
March on Washington Immigration.JPEG

Before the Kennedy assassination, Johnson was no friend of equality

Buzz Aldrin's amazing mission

Opinion | Robert Morrison
People Buzz Aldrin.JPEG

After landing, the astronaut took communion, and planted a very un-PC plaque.

Cheating website honors America's horniest leaders

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

Who says cheaters don’t prosper?

Considering a career in politics? Leave your idealism at the door

Opinion | Kathleen Rooney
TV-JFK Programming.JPEG

Why I stopped believing in the Kennedy-era myth that a career in politics is noble

Why the technology of today salutes JFK

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
File handout image shows former U.S. President Kennedy and astronaut Glenn looking inside space capsule Friendship 7 at Cape Canaveral

Remembering the space-race inspiration for today’s innovation

How the left hides the REAL JFK

Politics | Christopher Bedford
JFK speaks at a podium. Reuters.

How a hawkish, tax-cutting supply sider murdered by a communist became a liberal martyr cut down by rightwing hate

From Jackson to Reagan: presidential assassinations and attempts

Entertainment | Katie Howland
(photo:wikimedia commons)

FBI informants, the disgruntled unemployed and more

Americans mark 50th anniversary of JFK's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show

Satire | Tim Cavanaugh

Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allen Poe: A sixties retrospective

Contrary to popular opinion, the facts show Oswald acted alone

Opinion | Kavon Nikrad
JFK Oswald Q And A.JPEG

The Warren Commission was right.

A tale of two Sixties: How we misremember JFK and LBJ

Opinion | Bernard von Bothmer
71.) John F. Kennedy (PHOTO: Wikipedia)

In our national myth, Kennedy marked the apogee of idealism, and Johnson begat American decline