By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
"The Kennedys" opens on the eve of Election Day 1960 with John F. Kennedy voicing high hopes to supporters as a long presidential race comes to an end.
Before ReelzChannel CEO Stan Hubbard bought the broadcast rights to the political hot potato known as "The Kennedys," he watched all eight installments of the miniseries to settle the questions he needed to have answered.
A controversial miniseries on the Kennedy family will not air on the History Channel because the completed multimillion dollar project does not fit the "History brand," the network said.
The History Channel will not air a controversial miniseries it produced about the Kennedy family, saying the multimillion project that had become the network's most expensive on record did not fit the "History brand."
"This sounds like an economic issue," says Joel Surnow, the creator of the hit Fox series "24." "[China] would be a bad market to alienate."