Nov. 22 marked 60 years since the life of President John F. Kennedy was cut short by an assassin’s bullet.
Since that time his party — the Democratic Party — has devolved into something now wholly unrecognizable in the United States.
Stephen Moore, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation and FreedomWorks chief economist, observed in a recent column that the party of Jefferson and Jackson had “officially rejected” JFK’s legacy, which led to Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s recent decision to make a White House run as an independent candidate.
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