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 former Director of the CIA William J. Casey

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“If you had the good fortune to have bought 100 shares at the $21 offering price that day and sat on the investment for 25 years, it would have mushroomed into 28,800 shares over the course of nine stock splits and be worth about three quarters of a million dollars today.” (Network World). 1991 – Exxon ...

The William J. Casey Hope Award recipients were Greg Kosinski, Eric and Jeanine Lundstrom, the Palumbo Family Foundation (award accepted by Mary and Sam Palumbo), the Wakerly Family Foundation (award accepted by Ralph Wakerly and his niece Gina Rich) and the Rev. Paul White, who met the ...
He was born in Bridgeport, CT on May 12, 1955 to Jacqueline Casey Canning and the late William J. Casey Sr. He graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1973 and attended The University of Rhode Island. He was the Operations Manager at Brescome Barton, Inc. where he was employed for 41 years ...
It was founded at the initiative of Cold War hardliners in the Reagan administration, including then-CIA Director William J. Casey. Essentially, NED took over what had been the domain of the CIA, i.e. funneling money to support foreign political movements that would take the US side against the Soviet ...
“Unauthorized disclosures of classified information have become a cancer which undermines presidential authority to conduct foreign policy, our national security process, and our intelligence capabilities.” – William J. Casey, Director of the CIA, Nov 14, 1986. It's the perfect dream in a nightmarish context: ...
The drawing fit the reality of Raymond as the behind-the-curtains operative who controlled various high-powered inter-agency task forces. Earlier declassified documents revealed that Raymond also was the conduit between CIA Director William J. Casey and these so-called “pro-democracy” programs that ...
His latest book is “A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th Century.” On May 16, 1985, President Ronald Reagan met with CIA Director William J. Casey in the Oval Office. What did Reagan and Casey talk about? The official record doesn't tell us.
Watching four hours of Oliver Stone interviewing President Vladimir Putin of Russia is not a lesson in journalism. Mr. Stone is an inept interviewer, and he does not get Mr. Putin to say anything the world hasn't heard from him before. Watching the interviews for entertainment is a questionable proposition, ...
The Reagan administration and Republicans always denied that they had any back-door negotiations with Ayatollah Khomeini's revolutionary regime during the Iran hostage crisis. Specifically, they denied that Reagan's campaign manager, William J. Casey, traveled surreptitiously to Madrid in the summer ...
As head of OSS Secret Intelligence in London, Casey brought tenacity and determination to his mission of sending operatives to infiltrate Nazi Germany. He would also exhibit these same characteristics as Director of Central Intelligence 40 years later. For more about the history of the CIA, visit the CIA ...


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