The 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination is upon us.
John F. Kennedy was the first—and so far only—American president to be Catholic.
He was not a particularly good Catholic.
His policy on Church-state relations has been widely faulted as contributing to the marginalization of religion in American society.
But nobody deserves to be gunned down in the street the way he was, and the Kennedy assassination has left us with an enduring mystery.
At present, only 29% of the American public accepts the claim that he was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald, acting as a lone gunman.
By contrast, 62% of the American public thinks that he was killed as the result of a conspiracy. Another...READ MORE