This is so damned awkward. The talk is not looking so straight. It’s almost painful to watch and you end up feeling really sorry for the guy. Watch this clip and tell me whether you’d be comfortable with this man leading our country:Full Story... →
Honoring the life of Jesse Alexander Helms, Jr., distinguished former Senator from North Carolina.
Whereas Jesse Alexander Helms, Jr., born in Monroe, North Carolina on October 18, 1921, spent a 52-year public career dedicating himself to his country, his family, and his home State, representing North Carolina in the United States Senate for 30 years;
Whereas Jesse Alexander Helms, Jr., served in the United States Navy from 1942 until 1945;
Whereas Jesse Alexander Helms, Jr., was educated in the public schools of Monroe, North Carolina, and at […]Full Story... →
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