Byron Williams: Let us hope Obama's Iran deal is as important as Kennedy's 'peace speech'
On June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy began what would be an unprecedented 17-day span of unforgettable oratory. On June 11, Kennedy spoke to the nation on civil rights, giving the most significant speech on the subject by any commander in chief since Abraham Lincoln.
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With a story line that combines elements of 'Survivor' and 'Hunger Games' and some challenging and creative gameplay, 'Lost Dimension' is contrived but highly entertaining
Was Woody Allen the 'paternal' figure Soon-Yi Previn needed?
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