Teddy Kennedy: Add Traitor In With Murderer


This does not surprise me.

In his book, which came out this week, Kengor focuses on a KGB letter written at the height of the Cold War that shows that Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) offered to assist Soviet leaders in formulating a public relations strategy to counter President Reagan’s foreign policy and to complicate his re-election efforts.The letter, dated May 14, 1983, was sent from the head of the KGB to Yuri Andropov, who was then General Secretary of the Soviet Union’s Communist Party.

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  • I hijacked your thread I suppose, so to the Kennedy subject: ditto

    I thought this was neat to be leaving the school and happen upon a pretty large Symposium. I wrote “Imposium” above (from being up since 5 this morning). Have a great weekend! And remember learning is not just being a lemming.

  • Erick,

    After my lecture this morning with an Auditing class at MSC, I stopped in for about an hour of the Stephen Dill Lee Institute Imposium Program for the Sons of Confederate Veterans. I had the priviledge of purchasing a book by Thomas L. Dilorenzo, “Lincoln Unmasked,” and the author autographed it for me.

    You may want to get the book, read it and change the heading for this blog with Lincoln on it. Judge Nepolitano, Fox News, mentions this book in one of his books, and it changed his mind on the “great emancipator.” It seems that with the advent of independent publishing houses that many books are starting to come out that tell the truth about our past.

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