President John F. Kennedy has been a part of our popular culture from the moment he decided to run for president in 1960. From the Kennedy campaign song, “High Hopes,” by Frank Sinatra to Jimmy Dean’s “PT109” to the 1973 film Executive Action to comedian Bill Hicks to Oliver Stone’s JFK and more, Kennedy has been a part of America and its field of entertainment. On this episode of the “Midnight Writer News Show,” we look at a few of those examples. You can access our archives for FREE at MidnightWriterNews.com.
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