49th Anniversary of RFK’s Passing – If he had been the nominee, would Chicago protests have taken place? by Pat Thomas

49 years ago today, we lost Bobby Kennedy. In my forthcoming book, I discuss that the Yippies were considering not protesting at the Chicago Convention if Kennedy was the presidential candidate – just days before he was shot, he met with SDS to discuss having the anti-War protests occurring in Chicago with his . . . → Read More: 49th Anniversary of RFK’s Passing – If he had been the nominee, would Chicago protests have taken place? by Pat Thomas

Historical Video: Robert F. Kennedy Anounces Martin Luther King’s Death, Indianapolis 1968

The preceding, historically significant, footage shows Robert Kennedy in Indianapolis on April 4, 1968 speaking to a crowd on a campaign stop shortly after learning of the death of Martin Luther King. Kennedy’s trenchant, moving comments were given very soon after King’s assassination.

“[Kennedy] first heard that King had been shot while . . . → Read More: Historical Video: Robert F. Kennedy Anounces Martin Luther King’s Death, Indianapolis 1968

Senator Bobby (Kennedy) – Wild Thing – 45rpm Novelty! 1967 By Randy Rendfeld

My family had a vinyl record of “Wild Thing” by Illinois Senator Everett Dirksen in the 1960s. This version by a fake Bobby Kennedy should add some of that intellectual stuff I liked so much about Bobby. “Ah, I was reading, ah, Aeschylus last night, and it made me think how much Camus’ ‘The . . . → Read More: Senator Bobby (Kennedy) – Wild Thing – 45rpm Novelty! 1967 By Randy Rendfeld