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Hot off the heels of WWE's Hell In A Cell, ITR is back to talk about the fallout on RAW and we also talk about Impact Wrestling and all the latest news and rumours. Plus we're joined by legendary trainer LES THATCHER who talks about his career, WWE, TNA and much more!
Today, I'll be playing my interview with Liverpool's Darren Williams. Darren has spent hours looking at the life and times of "The Iron Lady" and what he came away with is a fasicnating revelation of a MI6 version of "My Fair Lady."
Like most political figures, Thatcher was placed in her role as England's first, female PM.
We also look at the notion of sacred cows and can the dead be criticized or even judged, especially in light of Thatchers passing.
In the first hour, I'll be joined by patrick, whose insights into the metal and paper markets is cutting edge. We'll discuss the recent drama of gold, silver and Bitcoin.
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US President Barack Obama said of Margaret Thatcher "America has lost a true friend", while German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would "never forget her part in surmounting the division of Europe and at the end of the Cold War".
Parte de la leyenda de la ex primera ministra del Reino Unido, Margaret Thatcher, se forjó en la reforma neoliberal que acometió en la economía de su país. Privatizar y recortar gasto público desmantelando el Estado del Bienestar fueron sus principales recetas. Bajo su mandato pasaron a manos privadas el negocio del ferrocarril, el de las aeronauticas y el de las telecomunicaciones. Los empresarios la veneraban. Ejecutada en coordinación con Ronald Reagan, en Estados Unidos, su "revolución" es aún hoy objeto de debate.
Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Political Gravity.
In the 1st set, your host Jane Hoffman talks about Margaret Thatcher, arguably one of Britain's most controversial Prime Ministers. What is her legacy now? Is she still just as hated or loved? How did The Iron Lady help or hurt her legacy?
Also, a potpourri of news items including Edward Snowden, who is being pressured to leave Russia.
All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, music, and your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.
Against all odds, Margaret Thatcher served longer than any other British Prime Minister. She embarked on a political career while her children were young, and struck down opponents with a sharp tongue (and a handbag). Like many successful conservative politicians, she would not (or could not) support the feminist movement -- or even make the connection that she was also a feminist. MOMocrats Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss the week's political news from the progressive POV. Produced by Engender Media Group.
Hear a personal story about PM Thatcher coming to the Senate in the 1980's. Plus, Congress is working towards a tax bill, especially in light of the President's budget submission. Hear this and more tonight @ 6:30 EDT. GradeGov radio is hosted by the only women ever elected by the U.S. Senate to serve as the Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. Listen live or hear them archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Happy listening.
RICHARD ALDOUS wrote Reagan & Thatcher. This book reveals the true behind-the-scenes relationship. They knew how to behave like best friends for the press but she was clearly his itellectual superior. They often behaved more like an angry married couple than two heads of state. Reagan & Thatcher were fast friends from their first meeting. They were truly "the" power couple and generally got along. An iconic friendship, an uneasy alliance—this book is a revisionist acco
Maggie! Maggie! Maggie! Out! Out! Out!
Margaret Hilda Thatcher
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990.
Died of a stroke Monday 8 April 2013.
The out, out chant was one often heard during her term.
She was hated by many for her stance on unions, privatisation and most well known The Poll tax.
The reform too far that caused her fall from the highest political office.
But what lay behind the woman, the mother, wife and daughter.
Tonight with Lesley Smith renowned historian, curator of Tutbury castle and Most Haunted historian famous for her costume recreations of famous women joins Paul Green to look at “Maggie’s” life.
Lesley by chance has recently premiered a show that brings a portrayal of Maggie, “an extraordinary woman, to audiences who realises they have lived through interesting political times”.
You can call the show if you have a question or comment.
Senate Debates Debating Gun Regulation Bill - Democrats and the president are scrambling to come up with a gun regulation bill that could get enough Republican support to pass the Senate. Banning assault weapon characteristics or limiting magazine size are dead-on-arrival leaving Dems to fight for universal background checks. Democrats are reaching out to unlikely allies such as PA Senator Tim Toomey. Others such as Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are threatening to filibuster any legislation that includes any increase in regulations. We talk to Reid Epstein, White House Reporter for Politico.
"Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87 - The first - and only - woman to be elected to the post of Prime Minister of the UK, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, died earlier today at the age of 87 after suffering a stroke. Thatcher, dubbed the “Iron Lady,” is considered by many to be the most consequential British prime minister since Winston Churchill, and also the most conservative. During her service, she pushed for privatization of many formerly nationalized programs, won a war against Argentina for possession of the Falkland Islands, and reopened relations between Britain and the USSR. She is also remembered for her ideological similarities and personal friendship with U.S. President Ronald Reagan. A hero for conservatives in the United Kingdom, Thatcher’s take no prisoners approach made her enemies among Irish partisans, labor groups and even from some in her own party, leading to her resignation. To weigh in on Thatcher’s life and legacy, we talk to Dr. Peter Trumbore, Political Science Professor at Oakland University, who has done extensive research into the Irish Civil War and the Anglo-Irish peace process. We also talk to Benjamin Harris-Quinney, Chairman of the Bow Group, England’s oldest conservative think tank.
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