The 10 Most Destructive Americans of Frank Hawkins’ 8 Decades

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Frank Hawkins shares the 10 most destructive Americans of the past eight decades.

In today’s show:

MaryJo Tinlin speaks about the Colorado Board of Education’s failure to pass a measure that would have sent Ascent Classical Academy Flatirons application back to Boulder Valley School District for consideration following the BVSD’s denial of Ascent’s application in January. BVSD has claimed there are concerns “around the charter school’s governance, transparency, and a non-discrimination policy that does not include protection for gender identity and expression.” Ascent has denied these claims in its appeal stated that the BVSD acted on “unfounded concern and misinformation.” Ascent currently has academies in Douglas and Jefferson counties.

Today’s featured guest is Frank Hawkins. Frank Hawkins service as an officer for U.S. Army Intelligence and his deep background across decades as an upper-level manager and director for prestigious journalism 0utlets (Knight-Ridder, The Associated Press) help inform his view of the ten most destructive Americans of during his lifetime. The topic originally appears as an article on The American Thinker and it has since then created ripples across a number of important conservative opinion outlets. You’ll need to listen to the show read his article to find out why Frank placed them on this important list:

10: Mark Felt

9: Bill Ayers

8: Teddy Kennedy

7: Walter Cronkite

6: Bill and Hilary Clinton

5: Valerie Jarrett

4: Jimmy Carter

3: Lyndon Johnson

2: Barack Hussein Obama

1: John Kerry

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