At age 9 -- and already a political nerd -- he became a spirited supporter of Richard Nixon in the 1960 presidential smackdown against John F. Kennedy. So intense was his devotion that he landed a coveted Nixon bumper sticker and displayed it proudly on his bicycle basket -- until a little girl in his neighborhood who favored JFK beat the stuffing out of him, bloodying his nose and ego.
The psychological damage caused by this assualt, and the resulting consequences for the entire nation, have been devastating. The men's rights movement needs to make such crimes against men -- and Republicans -- more widely known. A Very Special PJTV interview with the victim could get the word out to tens of Americans.