President John F. Kennedy Assassinated 57 Years Ago Today

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 Responses

  1. 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.


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