Monthly Archives: April 2013

NBC Sports: NFL 1980-AFC Final-Oakland Raiders @ San Diego Chargers: Dick Engberg Intro

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal Plus Dick Engberg with a real good intro here. Not his best, but I believe he was one of the better announcers at the intro. Because of his voice, his passion … Continue reading

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English News: MSNBC’s The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell- How Margaret Thatcher Reformed British Socialism

I’m glad to see MSNBC produce and editorial in favor of socialism, because it goes to my overall argument of how far to the left of American liberalism that they tend to be and represent more of the McGovern wing … Continue reading

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BBC: Brian Magee Interviews Noam Chomsky- ‘The Ideas of Noam Chomsky’

“An old interview mostly on Chomsky’s linguistics work, philosophy, and some remarks on political views near the end. From BBC I was in a debate about a year ago with someone who self-describes their politics as libertarian. And we were talking … Continue reading

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Joey Teefizz: MISL 1982-Baltimore Blast @ New York Arrows: First Half

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal Plus The New York Arrows were around in the early days of the MISL. Late 1970s to mid 1980s or so. Pro indoor soccer has never caught on in New York. Which … Continue reading

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Joey Teefizz-SportsChannel: MISL 1985-12/22/84-New Jersey Cosmos @ Los Angeles Lazers: Highlights

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal Plus Two of the better clubs and better markets in the MISL. If soccer can’t succeed in Los Angeles and the New York/New Jersey area, it won’t make it in America, … Continue reading

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EFAN: George McGovern’s 1972 Democratic Convention Acceptance Speech

Former U.S. Senator George McGovern, who served a total of twenty-two years in Congress. Served in the House of Representatives from 1957-61, before serving in the Kennedy Administration from 1961-63, then getting elected to the Senate in 1962 and serving … Continue reading

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Center for American Progress: David Madland and Karla Walter-Top 6 Policies To Help The Middle Class That Won’t Cost as Penny

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS FreeStates   Instead of taking the approach of how can we empower government to take care of everybody or take care of the people who are currently struggling and create all sorts of … Continue reading

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Merv Griffin Show: U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy- Interview: Civil Unrest, Vietnam War, in 1967

  Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal Plus Bobby Kennedy who wasn’t a Baby Boomer, more of a depression baby, doing a good job speaking for the Baby Boom generation. Not the whole generation, but certainly the … Continue reading

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NBA-TV: NBA 1971-NBA Finals- Milwaukee Bucks vs. Baltimore Bullets: Highlights

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal Plus The Bullets never seemed to be able to get into sync either offensively or defensively against the Bucks in the whole 71 NBA Finals. The Bullets were either getting stopped … Continue reading

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Toledo Blade: President FDR Fireside Chat. 2nd Bill of Rights, 1/11/1944: The Progressive Bill of Rights

I’ve been wanting to write a blog for a while now on what is the Progressive notion of freedom. At least from a perspective of a non Progressive or at least as someone who doesn’t fit the popular. Definition of … Continue reading

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