The nationally syndicated radio host talks to PJM’s Aaron Hanscom about the real limits of a Fairness Doctrine, taking oaths, a pernicious victim mentality, and how “we could absolutely lose” the war on terror.
dennis is right.
people need to wake up to the threat of the enemy we face.
dennis is really articulate, but he was wrong about keith ellison
Is there a link to download the video file?
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So true about personal attacks only hurting when there’s an ounce of truth to them. It should be remembered that Dennis was the host of Religion on the Line, a radio show in Los Angeles, for many years. He was one of the first people to welcome Muslim leaders into the media. Bravo to Dennis for not being silenced by spurious charges of Islamophobia.
Look up “Keith Ellison” and “Reichstag” and ask yourself again if Praeger was wrong about him.
Ellison sure grabbed the mantle of victim after Prager’s article. Now, he’s claiming America wasn’t the victim on 9/11.
Al Qaeda learned more from Vietnam than we did- the war can be lost on the battlefield yet won in the minds and hearts of the American public through the press and leftist Anti-American propaganda.
The quetion is whether there are any hearts and minds left in America.
This whole “Fairness Doctrine” is much scarier than Al Qaeda. Its frightening that most of the population nor the media really cares about it because it doesnt have images or excitment. However, something like the “Fairness Doctrine” is something I would expect to find in Russia, Iran or China, not here. The writes of that little thing called the Constituion are tossing and turning…
Liberal talk radio and conservative TV will never be big. TV is an emotional medium. Video clips and picture grab emotions, the natural home of liberalism. Talk radio is thoughts and ideas. After 10 minutes liberal talk begins to fall a part because there is no coherent logical to the message.
Conservative talk radio is also a natural. Logical ideas based on firm principals (not feel goods) built one on another. This produces no good video but does win the hearts and minds of those that listen and think.
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