Jack French Kemp July 13, — May 2, was an American politician and a professional gridiron football player. A Republican from New York, he served. Description: The only place that Amtrak turns a profit is the Northeast corridor — yet all Republicans can think to do is privatize it, along with the local rail lines on which millions of Americans have been commuting into cities to work for as long as a century and a half. Nor did the Democrats have much to say about cities at their convention in Charlotte , N. But in too many cities this allows them to keep running corrupt and mediocre candidates.
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Gregg Easterbrook: An appreciation of Jack Kemp - ESPN Page 2
On Saturday evening, the physical life of Jack Kemp came to an end, but his contributions to American political and intellectual life have never been more timely. A man as forward-looking as Kemp would appreciate that. Jack French Kemp, 73, died May 2, , after a short but intense fight with cancer. In their rare moments of leisure, Paul R. Kemp would take his son to sports events — and Kemp learned from that experience, too. He deployed it to great effect at Occidental College, where he met and later married the love of his life, Joanne, with whom he would have four children, two of whom would become accomplished football players themselves. Quarterback Kemp became a natural for the pro leagues.
Jack French Kemp July 13, — May 2, was an American politician and a collegiate and professional football player. Bush from to , having previously served nine terms as a congressman for Western New York 's 31st congressional district from to He was the Republican Party's nominee for Vice President in the election , where he was the running mate of presidential nominee Bob Dole.
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