by HB Auld, Jr.
Fifty-seven years ago today at approximately 1:00 p.m., CST, on November 22, 1963, we lost our 35th President of the United States, President John F. Kennedy, to an assassin’s bullet.
The end of the Camelot era brought with it a beginning of some darker times: the Vietnam War, Watergate, a presidential resignation, 9/11, and more. But it also brought forth some times in the sunlight: the Paris Peace Accord, the Ronald Reagan Presidency, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and more.
Rest In Peace, John F. Kennedy.
2 thoughts on “President John F. Kennedy Assassinated 57 Years Ago Today”
Thanks for reminding us of the untimely loss of JFK. Republican or Democrat, it didn’t matter. JFK was loved by all.
Thank you, Steve Beam, for your comment. You are absolutely right with your comment that it did not matter if one was a Republican or Democrat…JFK was a great loss to America. Thank you, again.