As a child, I would sit in and watch Hee-Haw with my father who loved the show. It was clear even back then, the show was nostalgic for the 1930’s through, say the early 1950’s.
Bright-faced, cheery and cherubic, Roy Clark brought virtuosity and grace to my father’s favorite show. The man’s love of music, his friends, and life itself was infectious.
Roy Clark taught me the very best music comes from joy.
Thank you, sir.
I hope to see you again.
Seven hours of scientific exegesis by Dr. Hugh Ross and Dr. Fazale Rana.
Goes good on anything.
Anyone who still harbors the belief that the perpetually double-dealing Hillary Rodham Clinton is, or ever was, fit for the highest office in the country…
Has not read three books:
- Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton (Barbara Olson, 1999);
- The Final Days: The Last Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House (also by Barbara Olson, 2001); and
- No One Left to Lie To: The Triangulations of Willam Jefferson Clinton (by the late Christopher Hitchens, 1999)
These investigations should speedily solve any fever for Mrs. Clinton on the part of otherwise rational or ethical people.
Barbara Olson died on 9/11 when American Airlines Flight 77 was hijacked and crashed into the Pentagon.