Thirty-fifth President of the United States


Is Capitalism Why We Fight?, by Gregory Bresiger, Mises Daily, 6 Apr 2006
Critical review of the theses presented in the 2005 documentary Why We Fight, also inquirying about topics omitted from the film
"John Kennedy fought and narrowly won the 1960 campaign on the specious issue of the missile gap. Kennedy and his minions depicted the United States as virtually a helpless giant that had to spend more money on nuclear and conventional arms to keep up with the Soviets. But here was a Three-Card Monte of American politics. The United States was actually far ahead of the Soviets in nuclear capabilities."
The J.F.K. Flap, by Murray Rothbard, The Rothbard-Rockwell Report, May 1992
Review of Oliver Stone's JFK, including the media reaction and current theories on the Kennedy assassination
"The evidence is now overwhelming that the orthodox Warren legend, that Oswald did it and did it alone, is pure fabrication. It now seems clear that Kennedy died in a classic military triangulation hit, that, as Parkland Memorial autopsy pathologist Dr. Charles Crenshaw has very recently affirmed, the fatal shots were fired from in front, from the grassy knoll ..."
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Who Killed JFK? The Media Whitewash, by Carl Oglesby, Lies of Our Times, Sep 1991
"Oliver Stone's current film-in-progress, JFK, dealing with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, is still months from theaters, but already the project has been sharply attacked by journalists who ordinarily could not care less what Hollywood has to say about such great events as the Dealey Plaza shooting of November 22, 1963."
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