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Archive: October 2020

MY FAMILY HISTORY OF VOTER FRAUD, AND WHAT IT TAUGHT ME

Posted on October 27th, 2020

I cast my first vote for President in 1956.  I voted for Adlai Stevenson even though I could not read his name on the ballot as I was only four years old.  

I cast my next vote for President in 1960 when I was eight.  I voted for John F. Kennedy.  

In 1964, at the age of 12, I voted for Lyndon Johnson.  

Clearly, I was a young Democrat.  A very young Democrat.

CORNBREAD, BOURBON, AND A ROUND OF GOLF

Posted on October 5th, 2020

SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENNESSEE – This pretty little town (population 3,018) about 20 miles west of Chattanooga, is not Rocky Top.  But you can get corn from a jar here.  You can also get a slice of cornbread and a round of golf, maybe even with Peyton Manning.