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  1. Actually, Seamus, I think we agree a lot more on...

    Actually, Seamus, I think we agree a lot more on this one than you might think. I too am of the opinion that Janney's tale about Meyer is woefully
    lacking in supportive documentation and that which...
  2. I have been both perplexed and somewhat...

    I have been both perplexed and somewhat entertained by the posts in this thread. Both "sides" (for lack of a better word) have made good points.

    I agree with Charles to a limited degree, in his...
  3. I agree.

    And herein lies your problem, Jim.

    By definition, spiritual journeys have no terminus other than enlightenment.

    In other words, they are all but endless.

    John Kennedy died in a state of...
  4. I'd say this: JFK was the same. But, "JFK", the...

    I'd say this: JFK was the same. But, "JFK", the character was a work in progress. He was evolving in profound ways on a deep level. He was beginning to mold his public persona to fit
    his actual...
  5. Kennedy After 2 Years--

    Quite revelatory of the conflict between the "politics" of campaigning and the reality of the burden accompanying the Office of the POTUS.

    ...
  6. Agreed. And, I might add, Mary and her alleged...

    Agreed. And, I might add, Mary and her alleged "altered perception sharing" (even IF true, which I highly doubt) had nothing to do with ANY of it. A tryst, at best. A "policy making round of pillow...
  7. JFK was against unilateral American involvement...

    JFK was against unilateral American involvement in Indochina from before the days of the French defeat. There is no evidence that his personal position on the matter changed once he became president....
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