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John F. Kennedy’s Letter to Senate on Revision of Immigration Laws

John F. Kennedy’s Letter to Senate on Revision of Immigration Laws

    John F. Kennedy Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on Revision of the Immigration Laws. July 23, 1963 Dear Mr.___________: I am transmitting herewith, for the consideration of the Congress, legislation revising and modernizing our immigration laws. More than a decade has elapsed since the last substantial amendment to these laws. I believe there exists a compelling need for the Congress to re-examine and make certain changes in these laws. The most urgent and fundamental reform IRead More

PatSpeer.com: Fact Check

PatSpeer.com: Fact Check

PatSpeer.com: Fact Check By Milicent Cranor Part One Pat Speer has been promoting the idea that the defect in JFK’s head was only on the top right, a hole that did not extend into the back of the head. He contrasts it with an obviously false one — that the defect was low in the back of the head, to the exclusion of the top and side. The real issue isn’t “hole-on-top versus hole-in-back,” because nearly all testimony combined describes a defect that included bothRead More

The (JFK) Windmills of Pat Speer

The (JFK) Windmills of Pat Speer

The (JFK) Windmills of Pat Speer: A Sorrowful Knight Errant[1] in the Land of “Education”     Pen Name: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra[2] March 12, 2016 NOTE: This discussion responds to messages posted via the online Education Forum[3] (January 31 through February 22, 2016). Most of these messages relate to our questing knight (ironically named Speer), hereafter known as Don Quixote.[4] The rather disjointed sequence seen here merely follows the trail laid down on the Forum. Questions in red are tilting items provided for our knightRead More

Emotional Memories

Emotional Memories

Emotional Memories By Steve Kossor [Author’s note: I’m offering this essay about the practical and psychological roots of the 11/22/63 coup that gave us the government and corporate-intelligence establishment that has continued to exploit and despoil worldwide human and material resources with relentless vigor. I suggest that we have an obligation to future generations to offer advice and potential solutions that may enable them to recover from the institutionalization of corporate and intelligence interests within the American government. I’m offering my suggestions to help find aRead More

JFK Opposed Vietnam War

JFK Opposed Vietnam War

John F. Kennedy Speech Remarks of Senator John F. Kennedy on Indochina before the Senate, Washington, D.C., April 6, 1954   Mr. President, the time has come for the American people to be told the blunt truth about Indochina. I am reluctant to make any statement which may be misinterpreted as unappreciative of the gallant French struggle at Dien Bien Phu and elsewhere; or as partisan criticism of our Secretary of State just prior to his participation in the delicate deliberations in Geneva. Nor, asRead More