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Krauthammer’s Take: Trump Laid Waste to the Vision of JFK and Ronald Reagan

Charles Krauthammer argued that Donald Trump’s inaugural address made no distinction between friend and foe, opposed the idea of America sustaining the free world, and ultimately reversed the international vision of John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan: I think he did lay waste to the vision of John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan. Show More Summary

Trump's recycled campaign speech made no effort to bring Americans together

No one expected Donald Trump’s inaugural address to join John F. Kennedy’s in the annals of presidential oratory. His own advisors telegraphed that the speech would be brief and “workmanlike.” But they also signaled that the new president would outline a vision for the country. That’s what we were...

Do you have what it takes to become the official White House photographer?

The concept of official White House photographer was established in the 1960s and started with John. F. Kennedy. Since then, every president of the US, except Jimmy Carter, has had his official photographer. The latest video by DigitalRev shows a brief history of presidents and their official photographers. Show More Summary

What to Do When Your Life Lacks Meaning and Purpose

“Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction” – John F. Kennedy We’ve all heard about the importance of living a life of purpose. In theory, it seems simple: devote yourself to something meaningful and you’ll find lasting happiness. Show More Summary

How to lose your verified account: Pretend to be communist Jackie Onassis

Jackie Onassis, the First Lady to U.S. President John F. Kennedy, has been kicking up a bit of a storm on Twitter in the past few months. So much so, that she's had her account suspended, blue tick and all. All this, despite the fact she passed away back in 1994. Show More Summary

This is the airport lounge that's all about 'unparalleled luxury'

Over the past decade, New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport has made a concerted effort to improve customer experience and integrate a higher level of luxury amenities. One of the most recent and impressive additions is the...Show More Summary

From John F. Kennedy to Ronald Reagan: A look at presidential inaugural addresses through the years

Donald Trump is expected to focus on major themes such as jobs, border security and the economy in his inaugural address on Friday. Considering the grand lineage of inauguration days past, many wonder how the president-elect's remarks will compare to those of his predecessors. Show More Summary

Barron Trump: 5 Things To Know About America’s First Son In The White House In 54 Years

After 54 years, White House is blessed with a son. Barron, Donald Trump’s youngest child and his only child with Melania, is going to be America’s first son to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963. It was earlier reported that Barron and his mother Melania, will not immediately be... Show More Summary

PHOTOS: Over 8 years, first daughters Malia and Sasha grow up in the White House

Sasha Obama is the youngest person to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. Malia Obama was 10 when she moved into the White House and will head off to Harvard in the fall. Back in Chicago, Michelle Obama was a working mom;...Show More Summary

President Obama's Best Pop-Culture Moments

As Barack Obama rides out his final week as president, we’re remembering him as America’s signature pop-culture president. Oh sure, television got John F. Kennedy elected in 1960, Ronald Reagan began his career as a movie star, and Bill Clinton amplified his cool factor by playing saxophone on “The Arsenio Hall Show” in 1992. Show More Summary

Farewell to Barack Obama: A humane, intelligent and (mostly) effective leader

It’s a cliché that definitive judgments of a presidency take time to develop.  Presidents praised in their own era — think of John F. Kennedy — are often subject to revisionist reappraisals by later historians, and the process also works in reverse. Yet as Barack Obama prepares to vacate the White...

The Adorable Little Fire Hydrant at the Post-Security Indoor Pet Relief Area at JFK International Airport

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In April 2016, JFKIAT, the management company for Terminal Four at John F. Kennedy International Airport, partnered with the Long Island-based Guide Dog Foundation to offer the area’s first post-security indoor pet relief area. The 70-square foot area is complete with astroturf, hose and an adorable little fire hydrant to make any dog feel at […]

When Did Hillary Lose the Election? In 1964.

The half-century story of Democrats’ abdication and decline By Steve Roth. Publisher, Evonomics On January 1, 1964, John F. Kennedy posthumously initiated the half-century decline of the Democratic Party, beginning its descent into this moment’s dark and backward abysm of slime. His massive tax cuts for the rich, implemented in ’64 and ’65, were the turning point and […]

About New York: After 20 Years and 3 Trials, a Political Gadfly No Longer Needs a Day in Court

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John Kennedy O’Hara was convicted, twice, of the rare charge of felony voting. Finally, fishy prosecution tactics were revealed and his indictment dismissed.

High hopes for Trump? CNBC’s Lawrence Kudlow to speak at ICNY

What do John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan have in common -- besides holding the office of the United States presidency? With his just-penned take on supply-side economics hot off the press, Lawrence Kudlow will take the stage at Inman Connect New York, January 18,...

Let’s make vaccines great again

Robert Kennedy, Jr. is an activist, author, and attorney specializing in environmental law.  He is the son of Robert “Bobby” Kennedy, a former U.S. attorney general, and the nephew of former President John F. KennedyKennedy is president of the board of Waterkeeper Alliance, a non-profit focused on protecting and enhancing waterways worldwide.  He has […]

Trump taps skeptic for vaccine panel

Robert Kennedy Jr., nephew of late President John F. Kennedy, says he's been asked to lead a commission on vaccine safety.

Donald Trump Meets With Fellow Vaccine Skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

President-elect Donald Trump met Tuesday with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a skeptic of mandatory public vaccination policies that have helped eradicate diseases like smallpox and measles in the U.S. The nephew of the late President John F. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Paved Way for Kushner Appointment

Daily Beast: “In 1967, then President Lyndon B. Johnson signed an anti-nepotism bill into law that was widely seen as a reaction to his disapproval of the appointment of Robert Kennedy in John F. Kennedy’s previous administration. The law became [...]

Donald Trump taps his son-in-law for a job as senior adviser

DONALD TRUMP would not the first president to give a family member an important job. John F Kennedy appointed his brother, Bobby Kennedy, as attorney-general, a job for which he was almost universally considered to be too young and inexperienced.

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