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  • 02:00

    Is POTUS Clinton's Past Fair Game? O'Reilly's Killing Reagan a Pile of Garbage?

    in Politics

    Megan Barth-Bubba Clinton Flustered! Asked If His Past Is Fair Game, Plus World's Apart, how two countries are forming – the citizens of each are animated by competing world views. It's what we're talking about with Reaganbaby.com's Megan Barth.

    Craig Shirley-The Reagan biographer says O'Reilly's Killing Reagan is a 'pile of garbage.'  Shirley is an authority on Reagan having lectured at the Reagan Library, is the Visiting Reagan Scholar at Eureka College, and is a member of the Board of Governors of the Reagan Ranch. 

    Robert Dekalaita-ISIS Attacks In Syria Are Devastating For Indigenous Assyrian Christians explains the immigration lawyer who was born in Iraq. He became a lawyer as a way to help his own people and other persecuted minorities, and has handled thousands of immigration cases. 

    Sgt.1st Class Scott Shepro-The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the nation’s largest high school football all-star game. The players and musicians chosen to participate in the Bowl mirror the strengths of Army Soldiers. Shepro is a mentor to the High School stars.

    Liz Peek-A columnist for FoxNews.com and The Fiscal Times talks about the attempts to save Obama's brand and legacy.  Is it too late?  

  • 00:42

    Will Bunch: Mythical Reagan vs Trump

    in Politics Progressive

    Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer and author of Tear Down This Myth, discusses the role the Mythical Reagan (as opposed to the actual tax-raising, war hating, immigration supporting compromiser) is playing in the current Republican race,

  • 00:37

    Interview: Savion LittleJohn - Reagan HS Football MLB/ Cancer Survivor

    in Football

    Savion Littlejohn is a senior MLB for the Reagan High School football team lead by head coach Josh McGee in Pfafftown, NC. As a junior, Savion was a part of the best season in Reagan football history. The team went 12-0 winning the Central Piedmont 4A Conference Championship. Regan won it's first two State playoffs games, which was also a first for the school. Prior to the third round game, Savion started having pain in his back, it was so severe that he was held out that game. After the pain became more severe, Savion and his family decided that he should go see a doctor. After all the test were ran, he received the news that he had been diagnosed with Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma "Cancer" it was a tumor in his back. It rendered him unable to walk from what he thought was just a sports related injury.

    “At first I thought, to be completely honest, I thought my life was coming to an end, cancer is a scary word for anybody. I was scared at the moment.” - Savion Littlejohn

    From November-April, Savion spent it in a room at Brenner Children's Hospital were he had undergone multiple treatments of chemotherapy to attack the cancer.

    Through the trials of chemotherapy — sores in his mouth and throat that left him unable to eat after the second wave of treatment, fever and burning pain in his extremities during the current third wave — he keeps fighting. Mason Linker - Winston Salem Journal

    The Reagan Football team, school and community rallied around him. They raised money my selling $3 bracelets that had Savion Soldier on the top and on the bottom the words "No Raider Rides Alone" His teammates and friends visited him in the hospital frequently providing food for him and his family three days a week.

    In April 2015, Savion received the news that he was cancer free. Knowing football season was around the corner, he began working out to get stronger so he could be ready

  • 02:07

    Quagmire America Radio: Relearning Conservatism Part II, The Reagan Years

    in Politics Conservative

    Join me, Jason Wade Taylor Along With Steve Hamilton LIVE every Monday @ 10:00pm EST for two hours of hard hitting honest Conservative radio.

    The recent on goings in Conservative social media have gotten to the point of embarrassing, and extremely sad. From Bully’s, to fakes and frauds using the Conservative ‘Tag’ as a means to hawk their goods on Twitter when they are anything but what they claim to be. It pisses me off to watch so many far right Conservatives using the same tactics as the radical progressives have used against us for years.

    This is part two, of a five part series on relearning what it truly means to be Conservative. From being a social Conservative, to being a fiscal Conservative when we did we forget about the Conservative education that the great President Ronald Reagan gave us. When did holding a gun become more important than holding a high school or college diploma in the Conservative party? We will tackle that question and so much more, please tune in.

    Please follow us, Jason Wade Taylor and Steve Hamilton on Twitter and be sure to check out our websitesQuagmireAmerica.Weebly.com & GettingHammeredRadio

    Call in and speak with the hosts  (347)989-1665

    Our Radio shows do many parodies of many individuals, all of which are done by anonymous actors doing voiceover bits.  

  • 00:30


    in Politics

    New polls show Donald Trump with a solid lead going into the Iowa caucus. Also, a comparison between Trump and Ronald Reagan

  • 01:00

    The Shining City upon a Hill is in Mortal Danger

    in Politics

    The term “City upon a hill” was first used by John Winthorp, one of the key founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, who said, “We will be as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all people are upon us, so that if we deal falsely with our God in this work we have undertaken and so cause Him to withdraw His present help from us, we shall be made a story and a byword throughout the world.”

    Yet, it was Ronald Reagan who made the term famous, in his frequent referral to the United States as the “Shining City upon a Hill.” During his farewell address to the nation on January 11, 1989, Reagan described his vision of the shining city upon a hill.

    “I’ve spoken of the shining city all my political life, but I don’t know if I ever quite communicated what I saw when I said it. But in my mind it was a tall, proud city built on rocks stronger than oceans, windswept, God-blessed, and teeming with people of all kinds living in harmony and peace; a city with free ports that hummed with commerce and creativity. And if there had to be city walls, the walls had doors and the doors were open to anyone with the will and the heart to get here. That’s how I saw it, and see it still.”

    On the Friday evening edition of the Ray Starmann Show, Ray discusses the myriad of problems engulfing America and how we can solve them. Also on the agenda, is a recap of last night's Republican Debate and an update on Trump's lead in Iowa.

    Join Ray for another informative, politically incorrect broadcast.

  • 00:40

    Meet Kelly Sayre, candidate for Denton County Republican Party Chairman

    in Local

    Kelly is a candidate for Chairman of the Denton County Republican Party, a position that will be decided by Denton County Republican Party Primary voters on March 1, 2016. The County Chair's statutory duty is to run an efficient and successful Republican Primary.

    Interview topics for Kelly Sayre, candidate for Denton County Republican Party Chairman

    About Kelly Sayre and his personal and professional background
    Kelly Sayre’s resume of leadership and service to the Denton County Republican Party
    The details and requirements of the position of Denton County GOP Chairman
    Kelly Sayre’s key priorities in leading the Denton County Republican Party
    Kelly Sayre’s initiatives and action plan to implement key priorities for the party
    How to get involved and help Kelly Sayre and other candidates on the March 1st ballot

    In 2009, Kelly began attending County Executive Committee meetings and Republican club meetings. Later, he ran and defeated an 18 year incumbent Precinct Chair in Corinth who had not been active for some time. From there Kelly was in charge of a phone bank at Denton County GOP headquarters, which operated 4-5 evenings per week for 9 weeks in the fall of 2012. Kelly later became Vice Chair of Finance, Chair of Senate District 12 Nominations and then Area Leader and Vice Chair of Political Affairs. Kelly has served hundreds of hours as a volunteer for the annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner and community outreach events. Kelly has attended numerous Precinct Chair Conventions, Senate District Conventions and State Conventions. In addition to this experience, Kelly has 33 years of executive experience as owner of a 9-store operation reaching from Granbury to Childress, Texas.

  • 01:00

    Gatewood's Legacy Radio 513th Episode 646-668-8648 Give us a Call.

    in Radio

    Today Question: If you were President what is the first thing you would do? Call 646-668-8648 to be on the show Live with us or just listen in Live to the show.. If calling from a landline you must first  dial 1 then the number. Join Coaldust your Host and Jolene the Co Host everyday from 4 till 5 pm eastern time.You can also find us on Facebook along with Twitter..Gatewood's Legacy Radio an Gatewood's Legacy has a like page on facebook a group page and our web site is www.gatewoodslegacy.com you can also join us there. Here are some quotes from Gatewood Galbraith "Newt (former House Speaker Gingrich) and Mitch (Senate Minority Leader McConnell) are aliens, not conservatives. They never met a bloated police state they didn't like." Quotes from Gatewood "For all you Petrochemical-Pharmaceutical-Military-Industrial-Transnational-Corporate-Fascist-Elite-Bastards, I've got your karma right here. "If I was going to lie to you, I'd already be elected. "Ronald Reagan and George Bush aren't conservatives. They are aliens." "My opponents are both honorable men, and I believe they're telling the truth on each other in those ads they're running. If they're lying, we can't use 'em in Congress. If they're telling the truth, we sure as hell can't use 'em." "We're going to take the government out of your bedroom, your bloodstream, your brain, your bladder, your business, your billfold, your back pockets, your bingo halls and your Internet bulletin boards." "Did my father's generation hit the beaches of Normandy and Iwo Jima so that I'd have to pee in a cup to hold a job in America?" Give us a call at 646-668-8648 to be on the show.

  • 01:00

    30th Anniversary of Space Shuttle Challenger & Is Reading the Bible Be Illegal?

    in Christianity

    30th Anniversary of Space Shuttle Challenger & Is Reading the Bible Be Illegal? 

    Today is the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster that took place in 1986.  We'll be airing the 4 minute address to the nation that President Ronald Reagan gave that day.

    We also will be looking at some media bias and how the liberal media ignored the annual March for Life.  We also have a few stories concerning religious liberty.


  • 01:28

    The Runaround

    in Politics Progressive

    Iowa Caucuses. Winners and losers who won.

    Culture v Race--Is there a difference?

    President Obama and ISIS. How have past Presidents fought the war on Terror?

    Boko Haram. The hidden war of Terror.

    Who is the "Greatest Generation?" I have a problem with that phrase.
    Sarah Palin--GO!

    Why does Rev Al Sharpton cause so much anger?
    Problem with Bernie--President Obama plays chess, Bernie plays checkers
    Super Bowl Media Day--What made news?

  • 01:01

    Hard Starboard Radio Iowa Rewind

    in Politics Conservative

    It's the day of the Iowa Caucuses, and I'm sick.  As in I have a cold that has rendered me unfit for broadcasting duty today, and rather than attempt to sniffle and snort and cough and hack and sneeze my way through it anyway, I figured I would rest up for tomorrow's Iowa aftermath, which may well make me the OTHER kind of sick.  So what better Wayback material could there be than the aftermath of the 2012 Iowa Caucuses - which, by the way, produced a result dramatically different from the polls as well.