Tag Archive for ‘John F Kennedy’

Reagan’s 1985 Big Chill Sunday Inauguration with Videos, Part 7

Unlike Eisenhower’s private Sunday swearing-in ceremony in 1957, which banned television cameras and limited the recording of the event to two still black-and-white pictures, the first of Reagan‘s two second-term oath-taking on that day of the week was carried live… Read More ›

Ten Election Day Moments of Presidential Families

Which Presidential candidate wins on Election Day is obviously of importance to the nation and the world, as the citizens, financial institutions, losing political party and hundreds of other institutions, organizations and individuals anticipate the winner carrying out their campaign… Read More ›

Obama Rescues Campaign Tradition: Vote for President…with the Best Music

In the eleventh hour President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign for a second term seems to have unwittingly saved the grand tradition of campaign music from oblivion. At Obama rallies in Virginia, Ohio and Iowa this week and last, Bruce Springsteen… Read More ›

Pat Nixon: First-Generation German-American & Her Lincoln Assassination Link

There was irony to a small storyline running beneath the more important issues of the 1960 presidential race between Democratic candidate, U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy and Republican candidate, Vice President Richard Nixon, involving some half-truths and hidden facts about… Read More ›

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