Each night on his Fox News program, Sean Hannity allows his viewers to choose from a list of three videos one that he will play in its entirety at the close of the show. Thursday night, the audience overwhelmingly asked for Paul Harvey’s 1964 radio commentary, “If I were the devil.”
Harvey wrote it after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, during the escalation of the Vietnam War, and when drug experimentation and the sexual revolution was just getting started.
Listen and think back on what has transpired in the almost 50 years since Harvey’s commentary first aired.
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