The LBJ-CIA Assassination of JFK

The PPJ Gazette

Note:  As we sit on the edge of another catastrophic election, it might be well to remember our history and those who decided what they wanted was far more important than what the country needed. This is a lesson in what may happen when the elite are allowed to act without accountability.  Originally published in 2011.

Guest Author:  Robert Morrow


“the President believes that this is going to open up the whole Bay of Pigs thing again” – an obvious reference to the JFK assassination. Nixon’s aide Dean Burch said that when George Herbert Walker Bush heard that “He broke out in assholes and shit himself to death.”

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Swept Away (1984)


“I saw your light on the horizon, and I knew that I was blown away again…”

After a major hot streak lasting from 1979’s top 20 hit “The Boss” through 1982’s top 10 “Muscles,” Diana Ross had a brief cooling-off period music-wise in 1983.  Her LP Ross wasn’t really a hit, and featured only one top 40 single, “Pieces Of Ice.”  Though the year was high-profile for Ross due to her Central Park concerts, which enjoyed tremendous publicity, it’s likely she was already looking for her next big hit.  It came via an unlikely source — Julio Iglesias, the legendary Spanish singer.  Julio and Diana teamed up on the love ballad “All Of You,” for his album 1100 Bel Air Place; produced by Richard Perry (who’d helmed Diana’s masterpiece, Baby It’s Me), the single leapt to the top 20 of the pop charts, hit #2 Adult Contemporary, and was a smash in many other countries…

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