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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One third Nicholas bolas subtitle to his book James Baldwin William F. Buckley junior and the debate over race in America so I am happy to take questions you you don't need to wait for a microphone because he's been has this microphone they can just lower to where you are so just I raise your hand and I will acknowledge you yeah over here or prophetic voices from the heart of our experiment with people and where is William F. Buckley finance at the history read the book no I yeah that's a that's a good question I mean I I think that what I think the the what one way to answer that question is to say that when Baldwin reflects on Buckley he asked this question right which is I may have won the battle with you at Cambridge but Baldwin in some ways acknowledges you won the war right Buckley's able through in his his movement is able to achieve so much power the bald one is there to ask this question has it been worth it right has a staggering body count and all the injustice has it been worth it to win a sentence right and so Buckley and I say it you know through the on the book that you know that the price of power for the American right has been a deal with the devil of white supremacy and so Buckley from this position of enormous influence right and he played this outsize role in shaping the conservative movement and he made choices and those choices have consequences so I think that in terms of thinking about where we are today you know I argue in the book that in some ways Buckley and people like him although he thought he was doing something that was kind of middle of the road in a way a lot of the blood has to be on his hands that's that's that's the conclusion that I that I reach in the book I have to say I started the book with with the more charitable view so but I have to I have to go over the evidence takes me and that's where that's where it took me yeah that is coming through the opening remarks of Baldwin on open mine was very profound at that time but it's also very profound at this time yeah absolutely.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The same and then you can see these efforts have been launched to try and mimic what I do there's no need to mimic what I do it's like I say everything and every other walk or do be yourself to what you like to the firing line on PBS it's a complete bust they even still the name from William F. Buckley one of my heroes Alec Baldwin had some kind of interview in a few short it's a complete bust it's a complete past because I'm a pro when they're an amateur but because I come at it from a different perspective I am audience centric I'm not pandering to you but I'm trying to provide information that you might find particularly interesting and entertaining CNN doesn't do that don lemon is stupid and he's not entertaining Jake tapper is getting stupider and stupider used to be decent journalist he started out the window the muscle pain a lot of money wolf Blitzer honestly I never knew of wolf Blitzer before he was on scene and if you missed a British I don't know where the hell he comes from nobody even cares Alison camaraderie used to be a perfectly good host on fox she goes to CNN they pair good money and now she's just another trash mouth it's a light weight line up people must fall in the line project the veritas demonstrated they must fall into line or they're not gonna be around very long when MSNBC you have the bomb throws a left they don't pretend to be anything but what they are now the news people pretend like Andrea Mitchell pretend she's a journalist she gets awards every journalist his act.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yeah. Clinton. I love it people America's die. What did you just use quote, Hillary Clinton? I think John just hit that. What was she Brown of them said that? Died. My fellow soldiers. There's nothing funny about that Johnny were in the marine. So I understand what let's go to J D J D. He's been waiting very patiently on JD. I appreciate you waiting on hold, my friend. How are you today? Peachy either guys what's up? Jay. Dee what's on your mind floors? Yours J D probably leaning to the right? I guess maybe John might lean to the right to right? He does. Yeah. John Wayne is John Wayne Bobbitt of castration. You didn't get my job. That was very funny keenest joke J D. And I always appreciate it. When you call. You're probably gonna dumped me real quick because I'm not joking. I'm going to be a little critical of you, Brian. That's okay. Can I just say this? I always appreciate it when you call in. I I don't mind when you disagree with me. I always will take your calls. So go ahead. Thank you. I think I think you need a two hour show because you get callers you get good callers. And Andy, I think he you cut him too quick. He was trying to make the point that if there was collusion. That in the election by the Russians the Obama administration, and the eighteen intelligence agencies should have done something about it or known about it. But then President Obama came out prior to the election when Trump said something about possible voter fraud and tampering. Obama came out and said the Russians will not affect one vote in this election. They cannot affect one vote. So I think Andy's point was that there. There was people in the Trump administration that has been admitted now by the Justice department, they have people in the judge in the Trump administration as undercover people. That's what may be. Andy was collude. That's what he said. If that's that's what he meant. Then it, sir. I certainly didn't take it that way. And maybe he just wasn't trying to plays a very knowledgeable fella. I think and then you cut Brian off because you didn't like what he had to say. It's not it's not necessarily that. I don't like what someone has to say it you. There's a lot of things that people say that. I don't like. But if they can make an argument and be well spoken about it. And not say that John Bolton is going to turn me into a pretzel. That's when I will keep them on the again, again, Brian is a very. We like we like to take mega white of something. D? You're talking about me. Right. Because I'm Brian right? You're talking about me. I'm very well spoke the other. I thought you were giving me a compliment JD. I'm sorry. Go ahead. No, no, no. The William F Buckley of the six o'clock hour. Okay. I'll take that. As a compliment. Go ahead. But I conclusions quickly. Go ahead. I'm losing my train of thought I'm getting old mentioned yesterday about those that women and children and tear-gas you what have you New York Times thing? I did some research. Do you know how many times under the bomb administration? They used tear gas on the border against illegal. And you know, what I said on the show yesterday. It's happened many a times and I completely disagree with it disagreed with it. It now I would say dozens one hundred and twenty seven times. And if that is true, I disagree with every single Brian didn't know about one of them might never heard about one of those reports and the follow the news night and day JD. That's unfortunate. Then that's unfortunate. And because the news media didn't didn't broadcast at twenty four seven broadcast this one fair enough JD. I gotta get to some other callers that has to our you know, what we're working on that JD more to come. But I appreciate you saying that JD seems to think we need another hour. He said, thank you Jada. What a coincidence thing..

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Pm eastern seven PM Pacific life. Liberty and LeVine I know, you're, like, in the format, I know. You're liking the, show there's nothing like it on TV, radio digital nothing One of the reasons is, I'm, the, host But I've brought back this format They used to be very, common twenty thirty forty years ago With liberal hosts David Susskind types. Conservatives William f. Buckley. I'm not saying I'm William. F. Buckley that's not my point we are who we are But it, is a format. In which compelling people, with compelling messages whether they're philosophers and. Intellectuals small businessmen commentators. All kinds whomever they are Fascinating people who contribute to, society or might contribute to, society and, I bring them, on the program We've had I think twenty-five program so far Twenty-five, seems like, we've had a handful We've had everybody from Prime. Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a small businessman Rick Harrison To really, super intellectuals David Berlin ski among others And, topics that are crucially important Especially China but many others the constitution always we're. Gonna do the same this Sunday I hope you'll join us It's not a predictable Sunday news show where they bring on the gas the asked them twelve questions twelve questions. In any fifth grader can ask get, answers that they want or, press ranchers that they want with leading questions but I'm. So sick of all that And I'm sick of. The Congo line a guests pretty much So if you wanna, think about things if you want to be interested in something he wants something compelling without a lotta yelling without, a lot of, noise without a lot of pots and, pans lot of intrigue but just sit, and listen and wonder Sunday night as your night Wrap up the, weekend to, begin the week ten pm eastern seven PM. Pacific life liberty and Levin we're gonna have a wonderful show this Sunday How do we save? The Republic is their method in the constitution that provides for the, answer's yes what is that method what does it mean. Is it really possible these are dire times What can I A citizen Whether it'd be a Uber driver taxi driver truck driver Whether, I'd be a janitor whether it'd be a billionaire millionaire What to do In, Columbia South Carolina On the. Great WABC go Denali glad to. Talk to. You tonight thank you I wanted to let you.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The conservative case for legalizing pot eight six three zero nine six five triple eight six thirty wma l i happen to agree that we should legalize marijuana i was inspired by the late william f buckley no liberal there e when he actually wrote this article i think it was in the nineties where he said it's time it's time this is good conservatives and republicans should no longer continue to support the prohibition on marijuana and he made a lot of great points there and i agreed with them and most importantly i'll i'll i'll start here okay i'll start i'll give you my case i've got a lot of arguments for it but i'll give you this one as a conservative i don't like throwing good money after bad tax dollars at the federal level on a proven failed government program and the war on drugs after thirty years i believe has been proven a failure because well actually shouldn't be called a failure there has been a war on drugs and i think drugs one let's face it we've been spending billions of dollars over these decades of tax dollars on the war on drugs and last i checked there's a whole heck of a lot of drugs still out there people are still smoking pot all the time and and i don't think we should continue a huge federal government program to stop people from doing something that they're obviously gonna do and ultimately i don't really think they're hurting anyone but themselves and i have to say full disclosure always it always comes up no i do not smoke pot i have never purchased pot in my life i have never possessed pot in my life yes i have smoked pot on like three or four occasions all when i was under the age of twenty the last time i have touched the stuff was when i was under the age of twenty and and again when i say i've never possessed it i mean literally the only time i have held marijuana was in those moments when it was passed to me and i took a puff and then i.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

Crooked Conversations

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

"Right mrs where that this is where the right is where the money is in duh the dark money is and and in terms of opposition research i mean i have talked to aapa research people on all sides i'm always disappointed in the democrats they never get the dirt morale's it's just not as good i don't know but um on the now verily the truth is on the on the right that there's incredible distorted stuff that that is peddled and and and very nasty stuff in you really have to be careful about taking any of it from either side so let me ask you a question with a different tone wide on both sides do it why don't democrats replicate the the pipeline that the coq brothers i personally um you know i think that they would be in in stronger position if they reverse engineered a lot of what the coakes have done with the coakes did was you have to remember few t a kopek to 1980 they had a point of view that was a joke it was so far right i mean they were packed klay falling off the edge of the earth and william f buckley a huge conservative was laughing at the men calling them and arco totalitarians so um but they didn't give up you know democrats tentative may be not play the long game and persevere in in quite the same way um i but a lot you know i think you know in terms of funding university programs and think tanks and all that kind of thing i suppose the democrats would help themselves alatas they did that and they they've they've started to a little bit more in recent years or more prone to uh cannibalising are on i think why is that you know i wonder this a lot myself may i think fundamentally i think republicans like eu give a quote in the book from a high level renaissance a boy you said bob thinks a less government the batteries happy people don't trust the government and if the presidents of bozo he's fine with that he wants it all to fall down i think that's a pretty good summary of why the right.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Very down home studio like you you guys like 15th grades what is this norad look at this one two three four or five six got fifteen on the other i over there he got i may get you get the old to hannity all over the place is amazed what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got jet you have your head you have your head on jr george washington's bodysuit what is that you are you lying you're you're at valley forge that's a good move why is it a lot and that's the progressive man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because a for a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred dollars might make it came from the forgotten man and that's what we came for and that's why were hungry you know i'm glad you're road this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan trump i was re who was it that wrote this all like we go from william f buckley for the likes of hannity ann ingrams and talk radio that with this is this the movement of having an ira but revere buckley i mean is brilliant brilliant man and called an ma'am oh you know but you know are they going to talk about his ear reverend's i remember a few debates with gordon the dow all if he ever said the thing that that was the blackly we really liked taken 100 out at love the party has been in this family feud mode four it's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty everyone's throats they tried to put harry admires the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both then as they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both now we have sammilita on a supreme in court and now we have donald trump so i think the the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is a rare in studio appearance my fox news colleague of ten years now will debut the ingram angle immediately following hannity on fox debut wing october the 30th because she needed a few weeks to get our act out you know something i am they use i take g needed a few weeks to go i'm gonna say such a fancy studio i have a very down home studio like you got like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four five six got fifteen and the other i over there and he may get you get the old to to hannity all over the place is amazed that is the conservative solutions caucus i i got you have your head you have your head andrzej george washington's bodysuit nominees what is that you are you lying you're you were at valley forge it's a good move and that's the per got man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because a for a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred i learned my baby a came from the forgotten man and that's what we came for and that's over hungry you know i'm glad you're old this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan the trump i was re who was it that wrote this all they're like we go from william f buckley to the likes of hannity and anger of and talk radio is that what this is is this the movement a ring an ira but revered buckley i made his brilliant brilliant man and called an ma'am oh you know but you know are they going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates were gordeeva dow all of the ever said the things that that was the black we really liked taken on rebel let me the party has been in this family feud mode four it's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty dan everyone's throats they tried to put harry admires the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both thing is they the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Free telephone number's eight hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program so it is a rare in studio appearance my fox news colleague of 10 years now will debut the ingram angle immediately following hannity on fox they beuing october the 30th because she needed a few weeks to get our act are you know something i am i taking any needed a few weeks to go i'm going to say you have such a fancy studio i have a very down home studio like you you got like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four or five six fifteen on the other i over there he may get you get the ode to to hannity all over the place is amazed that is the conservative solutions caucus i i got you have your head you have your head andrzej george washington's bodysuit what is that you are you lying you're you were valley forge good morning that's the forgotten man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because of her a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred i learned from an came from the forgotten man that's what we came for and that's what we were hungry you know i'm glad you're old this book it's called billion air at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan trump i was re who was it that wrote this all they're like we go from william f buckley to the likes of hannity and ingram and talk radio as that with this is is this the movement of having an ira but revere buckley i made his brilliant brilliant man call called ma'am but you know are they going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates with gordon the dow all if he ever said.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Freedom 970

"Fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four five six got fifteen and the other i over there he got obama got you got the old to to hannity all over the place is amazed what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got you have your head you have your head on george washington's bodysuit domino's what is that you are you lying you're you're at valley forge good mwisigwa and that's the per got in man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because of her a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred dollars my basic from a came from the forgotten man and that's where we came for and why we were hungry you know i'm glad you road this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan the trump i was re who was it that wrote this all like we go from william f buckley for the likes of hannity an anger oven talk radio as that would this is is this the movement of being an ira but revered buckley i made his brilliant brilliant man and called an ma'am oh you know but you know are they going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates with gordon the dow all of you ever said the thing that i was the blackly we really like taken hundred out of the party has been in this family feud mode four it's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnestied everyone's throats they tried to put harry admires the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both things they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sammilita on supreme court and we have donald trump so i think the the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet union when jimmy carter had taken our country uh down a ravine are we had the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What is this norad look at this one two three four or five six fifteen or the other i over there he may get you get the ode to to hannity all over the place is amazing what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got your head you have your head on j george washington's bodysuit what is that you are you lying you're you at valley forge that's a good morning and and that's the gut and man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because of her a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred dollars banking from an came from the forgotten man and that's what we came for and that's why were hungry you know i'm glad you're old this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan trump i was real who was it that wrote this all they're like we go from william f buckley for the likes of hannity and anger of and talk radio is that what this is is this the movement of having an ira but revere buckley i mean his brilliant brilliant man and called the man but you know are they going to talk about his era runs i remember a few debates with gore the dow all of the ever said the things that that was the beckley we really liked taken on rebel the party has been in this family feud mode for about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty done everyone's throats they tried to put harriet myers the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both things they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sammilita on this brain court and now we have donald trump so i think the the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet union when jimmy carter had taken our country down a ravine are we at the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Very down home studio like you you got like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four or five six fifteen on the other i over there you go may get you got the old two two hannity all over the place this is amazing what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got you have your head you have your head andrzej george washington's not me what is that you are you lying you're you a valley forge it's a good move and that's the forgotten man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump helping the forgotten man and i try remember with this election was about because a for a big part of my life i was the forgotten man at two hundred allocate might make government came from the forgotten man and that's where we came from that's over hungary you know i'm glad you're road this book is called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan a trump i was re who was it that wrote this all like we'd go from william f buckley to the likes of hannity and anger of and talk radio as that would this is is this the movement of being an ira but revere buckley i mean his brilliant brilliant man and called an ma'am but you know they're going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates with gordon the dow all of the ever said that thing that was the blackly we really liked taken on rebel atlas v the party has been in this family feud mode four it's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty donald everyone's throats they tried to put harry admires the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both things they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sammilita on the supreme court and we have donald trump so i think the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet union when jimmy carter had taken our country uh down a ravine are we had the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on WRVA

"Very down home studio like you you got like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four or five six got fifteen of the other i over there you go i may get you get the ode to to hannity all over the place is amazed what is the conservative solutions caucus i i i got you have your head you have your head andrzej george washington's bodies who knows what is that you are you lying you're you're a valley forge that's a good move and that's the progressive man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because for a big part of my life i was the first cotton thin at two hundred dollars bankers from a came from the forgotten man and that's what we can't for and that's what ever hungry you know i'm glad you road this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan a trump i was real who was it that wrote this all like we go from william f buckley for the likes of hannity ingram and talk radio is that what this is is this the movement of having an eyeopener revered proclivities brilliant brilliant man and called the uh uh you know but you know are they going to talk about his ear reverend's i remember a few debates were gore the dow all if he ever said the thing that i was the blackley we really like taken on hundred out of the party has been in this family feud mode four that's what's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty done everyone's throats they tried to put harriet myers the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both things they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sam a lead on the supreme court and we have donald trump so i think the the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet you in when jimmy carter had taken our country down a ravine are we had the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KTRH

"Have a very down home studio like you you guys like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four five six got fifteen on the on the right over there you go i may get you get the old to hannity all over the place is amazing what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got gia you have your head you have your head on j george washington's by what is that you are you lying you're you were at valley forge that's a good move y and that's the man sitting on the bench now and there's donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because a for a big part of my life i was the forgotten man had two hundred dollars banking from a came from the forgotten man and that's what we came for and that's over hungry you know i'm glad you road this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan a trump i was re who was it that wrote this all like we go from william f buckley to the likes of hannity ingram and talk radio is that what this is is this the movement of an eyeopener revered buckley i mean his brilliant brilliant man and called an unmanned uh you know but you know are they going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates with gordon the dow all of the ever said that thing that that was the blackly we really like taken on rebel the the party has been in this family feud mode four it's about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty donald everyone's throats they tried to put harriet myers the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both then they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sam a lead on the supreme court and now we have donald trump so i think the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet union when jimmy carter had taken our country uh down a ravine are we had the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"You got like fifteen screens what is this norad look at this one two three four five six got fifteen on the andrei over there you go i may get you get the ode to to hannity all over the place is amazing what is the conservative solutions caucus i i got you have your head you have your head andrzej george washington's bodysuit mountain venues what is that you are you lying you're you're at valley forge it's a good move why a lot and that's the forgotten man sitting on the bench now and then donald trump's helping the forgotten man and i try and remember what this election was about because a for a big part of my life i was the forgotten man at two hundred eight might make a from a came from the forgotten man and that's what we came for and that's over hungry you know i'm glad you're road this book it's called billionaire at the barricades the populist revolution from reagan a trump i was real who was it that wrote this all like we go from william f buckley to the likes of hannity ingram and talk radio as that would this is is this the movement of having an eyeopener revere buckley i mean his brilliant brilliant man and called an ma'am oh oh you know but you know they're going to talk about his irreverence i remember a few debates with gore the dow all of you ever said the thing that i was the blackly we really liked taken 100 out the party has been in this family feud mode four visits about two thousand seven when they tried to push the bush amnesty done every once throats they tried to put harry admires the ultimate act of cronyism on the supreme court and that was talk radio the basically stop both then they the immigration amnesty that was being pushed back then by john mccain and a lot of democrats and george w bush and the myers nomination thank goodness we defeated both because now we have sammilita on the supreme court and we have donald trump so i think the the the reagan revolution brought everyone together because reagan came in sean at a time when we had to defeat the soviet union when jimmy carter had taken our country uh down a ravine are we had the.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

"The aids epidemic we were just of gay people started coming out on mass after the stonewall riots nineteen sixty nine and there was this kind of balkan is she youthful exuberant adolescence of the movement where people were just so thrilled to be out an open and able to live openly love openly and it was just kind of a party and that was the you know the hedonism that people are jerry falwell pointed to um and condemned and then the aids epidemic slammed into the community and you suddenly saw that can whom we suffered and died and we suffered and died and loved and took care of each other at a time when even our own families refuse to take care of us plus the activists them i think that that grew out of the eighth epidemic i think made a lot more people aware and exposed to the fact that there are a lot of gay people in the world right and it didn't it be it put put them front and center in some ways obviously under terrible circumstances that gave them much greater attention and if people down have awareness happy asli it's hard for them to go from awareness till acceptance right road it was a terrible circumstance in some ways to to paraphrase also are finest hour because we didn't collapse people forget what was being said that i remember it over distinctly need william f buckley saying the game and should be tattooed on the arm in the buttocks are you had people talking about mass quarantining of openly gay people on islands pat buchanan floated that in columns that ran in the washington post.

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