CLINTON DEFEATS TRUMP
The American People united their voices in the Presidential election Tuesday November 9, 2016 to defeat:
An American Press that has turned from Journalism to Propaganda and Sensationalism,
Abuse of High Office,
Neglect of Ignoring the Silent Majority.
In stopping the Clintons return to the White House, the American People were willing to send a less then ideal Donald Trump to the Presidency, with the hope that he, unlike Bill Clinton can control his lack of moral integrity during his stay in the oval office.
A Tremendous Victory for the Voice-of-the-People!
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to Acquire Cabela’s
Europe - by 2020
Free Wireless Internet
For All Major Cities
Millions and Billions Suit & Tax
Take a Big Bite Out Of Apple Inc.
1st Laptop Developer,
Dead at 75
New Dinosaur Species
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
An artist's reconstruction of New Dino Species:
New Digital Film Degree
Dixie State University
Utah Job Growth
Fastest in US
Robert Velline has died at age 73 in Tucson, Arizona ending his suffering from Alzheimer's. His wife, Karen, married for more than 50 years died of kidney failure in 2015 at age 71. They are survived by their four children.
Bob Dylan, recent Noble Prize Winner for Literature, who got his start in Robert's Band, 'The Shadows', recommended to Velline, he change is name to 'Vee', giving us Bobby Vee.
The Shadows volunteered to fill-in at the concert in Moorhead National Guard Armory, Moorhead, Minnesota.
There had been a plane crash February 3, 1959 that had taken the lives of the "Billed Acts': rock 'n' roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson.
That dark day in rock history was commemorated by singer-songwriter Don McLean in his 1972 pop song "American Pie" as "The Day The Music Died."
Vee went on to record 38 Top 100 hits from 1959 to 1970, hitting the top of the charts in 1961 with the Carole King song, "Take Care Good of My Baby," and reaching No. 2 with the follow-up, "Run to Him." Other Vee hits include "Rubber Ball," ''Devil or Angel," ''Come Back When You Grow Up," and ''The Night Has A Thousand Eyes."
All will be Celebrated and Remembered.