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DAVID DALLAS — Hot for Havana

Last week President Obama made smoking a Cuban cigar a little less glamorous. After 50 years of sanctions, embargoes, a failed invasion, and over a hundred assignation attempts on Fidel “the Beard” Castro – a man that even Mother Nature had some difficulty taking out – President Obama has officially thrown in the towel. Now, a few good men still ...

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Madison doctor explores JFK assassination in chilling thriller

MADISON- Everyone remembers where they were the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated, November 22, 1963. Robert Shows says his junior high chemistry class in south Mississippi partially erupted in cheers when the intercom announced that the president had been shot in Dallas. “Kennedy was really hated in the South, especially in Mississippi,” Shows says. “The reaction was jubilation with ...

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Bob Lee Swagger has answers to Kennedy assassination

How many words have been written about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? Reams and reams of paper have been devoted to trying to reach a conclusive answer to that tragedy. How many bullets were used? Was Lee Harvey Oswald really the lone assailant? The Warren Commission report left questions dangling. Now author Stephen Hunter has answers in The ...

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