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savage nation anyone?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by explorerimports, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. explorerimports

    explorerimports WA Active Member

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    Any members here listen to savage nation? Or his web page? what do you think?

    www.michaelsavage.wnd.com

    I enjoy his am radio show. Nice to hear someone that tells the truth and wont bend over for left or right. Tells the truth about our corrupt government.

    3pm - 6pm Michael Savage LIVE Syndicated – TRN
    1550AM radio
     
  2. PBinWA

    PBinWA Clark County Well-Known Member

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    I always liked him but I never seem to find him on the radio these days. What's his local schedule?
     
  3. Nutty4Guns

    Nutty4Guns Portland ADHD Superstar

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    I like him. Too bad he isn't on my local radio anymore.
     
  4. SteelyDan

    SteelyDan Junction City Active Member

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    Yeah he used to be on during the afternoon commute in Eugene area. The left threw such a fit they took him off the air. After much complaining from the right he is now relegated to evening broadcasts.
     
  5. Texfisher33

    Texfisher33 Tri-Cities, WA Active Member

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    I enjoyed listening to him. I agree with a lot of what he says although I think his ego took over a little bit with the Britain ban ordeal (although it is ridiculous). Haven't listened to him in a while.
     
  6. ejmpnu92

    ejmpnu92 Hillsboro, Or Active Member

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    I used to listen to him before he went national, down in the SF bay area. While I agree with a lot of what he says, I just got tired of his delivery. Then he pulled some stupid stuff, like the England thing and he actually went after the station that he started on, for what ever reason. He started jumping channels and then I lost track. Good luck to him, but I won't be listening any time soon.
     
  7. rufus

    rufus State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    I'll listen to Savage, but he is not my personal favorite. I do listen to a lot of talk radio. What I listen to depends on my mood. If I want to laugh, progressives rhodes, press or schultz offer hours of fun. Rush is good if traveling in the car, his show is broadcast everywhere. Savage too. Most of the time, if given the choice, I'll listen to Mark Levin. He makes me laugh and tells it like it is. :thumbup:

    If you sit at a computer all day like I do (coder by trade), Streaming Radio Guide is a must.
     
  8. explorerimports

    explorerimports WA Active Member

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    here is the list he got put on.

    LONDON — Britain on Tuesday published its first list of people barred from entering the country for allegedly fostering extremism or hatred, including Muslim extremists, a right-wing American radio host, an Israeli settler and jailed Russian gang members.

    The U.K.'s law and order chief, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, said she decided to publish the names of 16 of 22 people who have been banned by the government since October so others could better understand what sort of behavior Britain was not prepared to tolerate.

    The list includes Americans Stephen "Don" Black, founder of a Florida-based white supremacist Web site, and anti-gay preacher Fred Phelps Sr., who leads a church in Topeka, Kansas.

    Black was criticized as the "Godfather of hate on the Internet" in a 2000 HBO documentary. The British government previously acknowledged that Phelps was banned.

    His daughter, Shirley Phelps-Roper, also has been barred from the U.K. The pair have picketed the funerals of AIDS victims and claimed the deaths of U.S. soldiers are a punishment for tolerance of homosexuality.

    Phelps-Roper, a spokeswoman for Phelps' anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church, claimed on Tuesday that Smith was helping to spread her group's message.

    "She caused the words to just flow all over the world," Phelps-Roper said in a telephone interview. "They're publishing that story about (Smith) in every country in the world in languages I can't even read."

    The list also includes Yunis Al-Astal, a Hamas lawmaker in Gaza; Samir Kantar, a Lebanese man once jailed for murdering four Israelis; Egyptian cleric Safwat Hijazi; and Israeli settler Mike Guzovsky, who Britain's Home Office said was involved with military training camps.

    Also banned from entering Britain are Artur Ryno and Pavel Skachevsky, two leaders of a Russian gang. They were imprisoned for 10 years in Russia last year for their role in racially motivated killings of 19 people.

    Alan Mendoza, head of The Henry Jackson Society, a foreign policy think-tank in London, said Tuesday that he supports the idea of a public list of the unwanted, but that many of the names were "just here for padding."

    He said the British immigration officials' real focus was keeping Islamic extremists out of Britain and indoctrinating elements of the U.K.'s sizable Muslim minority.

    But Mendoza said that "if the government proposed a list purely of those figures, you can imagine the reaction within the Muslim community."

    Muhammad Abdul Bari, leader of the Muslim Council of Britain, an umbrella group for U.K. Islamic groups, said Britain's government appears to be "creating a sort of 'pre-crime.'"

    "We have more than sufficient legislation on the statute books to deal with the very situations they claim trying to protect us against," he said.

    Earlier this year Britain's government was criticized for its decision to bar far-right Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders from the country because of his anti-Islam views.

    But the spectacle of seeing the elected European lawmaker detained at London's Heathrow Airport drew protests from the Dutch government, sparked debate in Britain over the whether officials were muzzling free expression, and raised questions about who the U.K. should ban.

    Smith's list does not include Wilders, but Mendoza said the British government was trying to compensate for its embarrassment over the Wilders affair by banning people who were so widely disliked that nearly everyone would agree they should be kept away.
     
  9. Texfisher33

    Texfisher33 Tri-Cities, WA Active Member

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    +1 for Mark Levin
     
  10. sadiesassy

    sadiesassy Prescott Active Member

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    He is on about 2:00 PM here. ( AM1490)
    He is another source of information and opinion.
    Makes some good arguments.
    But I believe he thinks too highly of himself
     
  11. John Gault

    John Gault clackamas county Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Borders, Language and Culture. It was a simple message that lots of people hated. I bought "Atlas Shrugged" for my father for X-mas, asked him to pass it along to someone else when done. Another message from someone who lived it.
     
  12. slingshot1943

    slingshot1943 salem or Well-Known Member

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    I lke a lot of Savages' positions, but I can't stand his jealosy of Rush and other hosts.
     
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