November 1963 was the month 54 years ago that John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The images that was shared over Twitter was quite a scene to be witness to. Our team picked this up which was the telegram by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr on his condolence message for Mrs. Kennedy that the Presidential Scholar Michael Bescheloss released to his Twitter Feed as the President was busy talking about something else over Twitter:
Dr. King was to fall to an assassin's bullet 5 years later along with Robert F. Kennedy shortly thereafter.
We also picked up this from our Founders' Archives about the need to be above it all:
Yes the glorious year 1774: Back when only White men could own property, Black people were property, negligible labor costs, no standing army, no roads and infrastructure, no federal government, no Constitution, & no public utilities.— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) November 25, 2017
Yeah great clue👍🏾🙄 https://t.co/1GokX5ZE63
Dictators and despots the world over must be rejoicing to be witnessing the guy occupying the seat of president of the United States ridiculing CNN, calling their reporting “fake news” while simultaneously praising his defacto state-run outlet, the moon-landing-denying Fox News.— Iran News Now (@IranNewsNow) November 25, 2017
Sessions wouldn't stop the Russia probe but he's doing enormous damage on immigration, mass incarceration, police oversight, and civil rights. https://t.co/o6DFvUv1IM— Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) November 25, 2017
This is Monday morning's story and could have real legs. POTUS hits not @CNN, but @CNNI in coordination with Putin regulating U.S. press overseas.— David Jolly (@DavidJollyFL) November 26, 2017
Clearly deliberate, but even posit if not, its gross malfeasance by an American President. https://t.co/d11pjWiJgq
Libya, for instance, took its' cue from President Trump in criticizing CNN for saying that the reporting on the Slave Trade was #FakeNews even though it wasn't.
We close out November with this we received courtesy of the team at the New York Times that captures the profound challenges the United States Faces as the Tax Cut Bill works its' way through Congress and other profound challenges loom--as we went to press, for instance, we reviewed a call by a commentator at Haaretz to have the US Ambassador Fired as Southern Israel again was attacked and Israel hit back at Hamas targets--We could not help but wonder what's actually left in Gaza which is for all intent and purpose the largest prison in the World: