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By Dennis Z.-12723143 from WOODBURY, NJ on July 16, 2017
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Thank you for the free gift, Bill. It seems as though the Murdoch Brothers didn't know what they had. But they will find out as it will soon be gone. Shepard Smith is Fox's Far left loon, and others such as Neil, seem to be following. That is fine. Fox was basically the only network that was fair enough to give us talk shows in support of conservative values and news. All other networks are 100% far left, and as partisan and unfair as it gets. Fox seems to care more about trying to take a share of their market while they neglect the conservative market. Huge mistake. The first person who starts up a new conservative network to replace Fox News, will be the new kings of the news networks. Bill. I think you have the knowledge, power, and possibly even the funds to start your own network and squash Fox the Rhino News network. I hope you start one up and issue stocks to support it. please let me know as I would love to purchase some shares.
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"Old School" was excellent. We are advancing technologically and losing our morals and ethics. It makes one long for what used to be!
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Joining the premium membership is one of my best investment I ever have made, I love the No Spin News podcast, every day I look forward to hear Mr. O'Reilly analysis for all of those fake/real news, he is one of a few I trust. I ordered the Civil War audio version and have really enjoyed it, fascinating history, I will order the book version because I want my son to read it, we came to the US in 2002 thru legal immigration process from China, as most Asians we tend not to pay much attention to politics, but this election and what's going on in this country now has really saddened us and it reminds me the Culture Revolution during Mao's Regime in China, millions of people died just simply disagreed with the Party, my father was a professor who was labeled as Right Wing Activist and was forced to spend 13 years in labor camps.
By Debora H.-06385517 from QUEENSBURY, NY on June 12, 2017
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Enjoying "Legends and Lies of the Civil War" summer reading! Almost half way through. I took course on Civil War history in college years ago, but needed a review. As usual your books are an easy and fun read. Took it with me recently to a hotel resort. While at the pool, I had removed the cover, which has your name so boldly, to avoid advertising my conservative leanings, not knowing what kind of people might be around me. But even with the inside cover being plain except the binding (where I didn't think the title stood out much) a woman two chairs down said "hey I read that... excellent book!" We then discussed how important knowing history is. Today, after reading the pages about Frederick Douglas having given a speech at Rochester, NY I was wondering if perhaps Susan B. Anthony was influenced by him for her feminist ideas? (not that I like feminists--especially what they represent in the modern era). I just noticed "Rochester, Douglas just spoke there, Susan later got famous there, and has been speaking about slavery in upstate NY area around the same time he is there. Did she get ideas from him and apply to women not being equal in her day? There's always some new to get out of reading a new presentation on a topic in history.
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