Who are the Kennedy Twins?


      James Ronald (Ron) and Walter Donald (Donnie) Kennedy were born and reared in Mississippi. Each received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Louisiana, Monroe, Louisiana. Ron holds a Master's degree in Health Administration from Tulane University, New Orleans and a Master's of Jurisprudence in Health Law (MJ) from Loyola University Chicago. Donnie is a graduate of Charlotte Memorial Medical Center School of Anesthesia, Charlotte, North Carolina.

      The Kennedy Twins are best known for their bestselling book The South Was Right!, which has sold over 135,000 copies as of 2017. Following the success of The South Was Right!, the Kennedy Twins have written eleven other books and edited, annotated, and republished an 1825 textbook on the United States Constitution by William Rawle. The other books by the Kennedy Twins are as follows: Why Not Freedom! America's Revolt Against Big Government, Was Jefferson Davis Right?, Reclaiming Liberty, Myths of American Slavery, Lincoln's Marxist (Donnie and Al Benson), A View of the Constitution (William Rawle, 1825), Nullifying Tyranny, Rekilling Lincoln, Nullification: Why and How, Uncle Seth Fought the Yankees, Punished With Poverty, and Dixie Rising: Rules for Rebels.

      Many in the media have noted the Kennedy Twins advocacy of limited government, that is, real States' Rights, which have led to several interviews and TV appearances. The Kennedy Twins have been interviewed by numerous local and national talk radio shows including Col. Oliver North's radio show, Alan Comes radio show, Bill Maher's show Politically Incorrect, BBC, and French National TV.

      Both have served as Commander of the Louisiana Division Sons of Confederate Veterans. They have received special recognition awards from the National Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal from the United Daughters of the Confederacy and numerous other awards from various Southern Heritage organizations.

      The Kennedy Twins are frequent speakers at civic associations, church groups, patriotic groups, and Southern Heritage conferences.