Barry Morris Goldwater (January 2, 1909 – May 29, 1998) was a five-term United States Senator from Arizona (1953–1965, 1969–1987) and the Republican Party's nominee for President in the 1964 election.
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Great day in Washington. Senator Barry Goldwater returns to the Capitol.
Senator Barry Goldwater statue added to Capitol National Statuary Hall Collection by
Statue of Arizona’s Barry M. Goldwater Dedicated at the U.S. Capitol: . WASHINGTON, DC – Leaders of the U.S. *** ..
The statue is an assurance that if you just do what you believe is right, you will always stand tall. http:/…
never had a better champion than Barry Goldwater - my remarks today:
8-foot statue of Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater unveiled in the U.S. Capitol
Not sure what's exciting about a Barry Goldwater statue. He went down in landslide defeat. And was pro-abortion. Hardly a model for GOP.
Standing tall in Washington: 8-foot statue of Barry Goldwater dedicated in U.S. Capitol reports
Barry Goldwater warned us about these preachers
Paradise Valley vs Shadow Mountain for section championship Saturday at Barry Goldwater!! 🔥 everyone needs to be there…
The best addition to National Statuary Hall in some time:
Today Arizona places a statue of Barry Goldwater in the U.S. Capitol, replacing John Campbell Greenway
Those who oppose *** rights under the guise of conservatism need to re-read Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater.
Black History on F&BJ: The Jamaican!!! The Jamaican who brought Malcolm X to Oxford University Anthony Abrahams promised to fill prestigious British Institution with Blacks American Civil Rights Activist Angela Davis addressing the 50th anniversary commemorative event at Oxford. Last month, the prestigious Oxford Union of the Oxford University, cradle of British political leadership, marked the 50th anniversary of the visit by Malcolm X, the American civil rights leader, on the invitation of Jamaica's Eric Anthony Abrahams, then president of the Union. Abrahams' sister, Hope Abrahams Calogero was present at the speech given by Malcolm X who was assassinated less than three months later. At the anniversary function, she was invited to give reflections on her brother and an event which was regarded as monumental in the context of the times. The Jamaica Observer is pleased to present the full text of her reflections: Fifty years ago, I sat in the Oxford Union listening to Tony and Malcolm X talk on the subje ...
Martin Luther King had a sweet face. Abraham Lincoln a kindly one. I'd much rather call these guys my heroes than people such as Robert e lee, Barry goldwater or Ronald Reagan.
the "conservatives " are living in a dream world thinking Barry Goldwater will be reincarnated, it ain't happening
When you take a moment to reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy of failure and criminality, think about how ashamed we should all feel for giving a communist revolutionary/terrorist a national holiday. Today is an opportunity to remember that white conservatives have been consistently right about how America should respond to ungrateful minorities who demand special rights. We need to come together as a society and celebrate our true heroes-Ronald Reagan, George Wallace, Strom Thurmond, Barry Goldwater, *** Cheney, George W. Bush, and the trillions of Fox News viewers who make this country a decent place to live. Americans should never apologize for racial segregation and conservative values because we are an exceptional society. Use this "holiday" to teach your children that MLK was evil and unpatriotic. We deserve better as a country, and the only way to realize a brighter future is to hate and fear people like MLK.
While MLK was engaging in direct action for civil rights, Hillary Clinton was going door-to-door campaigning for Barry Goldwater.
The City of South Tucson Gazette January 19, 2015 By Raul Green Public records indicate that both Luis Gonzales and Mayor Paul Diaz paid off their houses on May 28, 2014. That is a remarkable coincidence, or something (?). As I understand each paid over $100,000.00. Now why are both of these guys still so interested in bringing Pasadera drug rehab to town? Why did it take them so long to turn in the City’s budget? Just wondering just wondering. South Tucson’s new City Manager Benny Young recently denied Permits to Pasadera’s drug rehab because the location is not zoned for that use. Former South Tucson City Manager Luis Gonzales and Mayor Paul Diaz are still insisting on helping PASADERA bring its drug rehab to our city and across the street from our school. Luis Gonzales does not live in South Tucson and apparently he could not care less about the city’s fate, but what about Mayor Paul Diaz? He lives only a few blocks from Pasadera’s new location. It does not make sense, our city will no ...
the center is still there, but it's not in the GOP. It hasn't stopped moving right since Barry Goldwater, which is saying something
Wish we had more Barry Goldwater in office
Most of the other notable opponents of the holiday as Republican Sen. Frank Murkowski of Alaska) Barry Goldwater of Arizona &Jesse Helms NC
If you miss Barry Goldwater, pray for a Cruz nomination. "Cruz hits Romney in Tea Party speech"
response to Barry Goldwater: "It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can stop him from lynching me."
No, MLK Jr. was not a Republican. Hence, why he endorsed LBJ ( Democrat) over Barry Goldwater (Republican) in the 1964 election.
1964-65 The GOP puts up Barry Goldwater for President and DEM pass Voting/Civil Rights Law = RED SOUTH.
Monday Water Quote – "A man from the west will fight over three things: water, women and gold, and usually in that order" - Barry Goldwater
If you think I'd let Barry Goldwater. Move in next door 'n marry my daughter. You must think I'm crazy!.
Presidential contenders w/out college degrees: Barry Goldwater and Sen Paul Simon of IL, among others. Via
Here Comes the Son: Barry Goldwater Jr. Fights for Solar Power in Arizona via
"Barry Goldwater saw the evil in the GOP coming!
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Enjoyed my wknd w/ music, reading KCBizJournal, watching football/news & finished reading The Conscience of a Conservative (Barry Goldwater)
"I’m very rightwing with a bit of a libertarian thing going on… a Barry Goldwater Western conservative."
diarrhea'd in her spanx and jacked her gyne to to Barry Goldwater ads.
The politician who promises to give you everything, he is ready to take everything from you before you knew it. (Barry Goldwater)
The split between Goldwater small government conservatives and JBS/RonPaul conservatives dates to this -
Tell me do you hate capitalist Jews like Barry Goldwater, Ayn Rand, Milton Friedman, Pamela Geller?
Some of these football coaches are more conservative than Barry Goldwater.
"The Conservative knows that to regard man as part of an undifferentiated mass is to consign him to ultimate slavery.” -Barry Goldwater
"Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. And moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue." - Barry Goldwater
"There’s no greater service to this country than the defense of its freedom.". –Senator Barry Goldwater
Barry Goldwater and George McGovern were the most non-interventionist candidates ever, and they got DESTROYED by war-mongers both times.
Am I the only person who sometimes confuses Barry Goldwater with Bobcat Goldthwait?
ummm.just because I said I would be willing to vote for either Mitt Romney or Jeb Bush if either one of them turns out to be the Republican nominee for President, does not mean that I think that either of those individuals constitutes our ideal Presidential candidate. If it were up to me, I could think of several people whom i would rather see in the White House, such as Allen West, Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry, Rudy Giuliani, the adorable Sarah Palin, Scott Walker, Abraham, Abraham Lincoln, Ann Regan, Arthur Balfour, Barry Goldwater, Benjamin Netanyahu, Bobby Kennedy, Brynnan Twilley, Calvin Coolidge, Charlton Heston, Chuck Norris, Clarence Thomas, George Washington, Gilligan, the Skipper too, John Adams, George Eliot, Jackie Robinson, Jerry Falwell, John Hagee, John Milton, Jon Voight, Kate Middleton, Karen Carpenter, Kelly Horowitz, King David, Leanne Suttles, Leo Tolstoy, Lucy Straw, Margaret Thatcher, Mark Twain, Martin Luther King, Menachem Begin, Moses, Pat Boone, Pat Robertson, Pope John ...
Congrats Ashtian Wright for another solid quarter in school. Here is your report card and picture from tonight's freshman orientation at Barry Goldwater. Very proud of you, still so much more to learn and do, the sky is the limit.
“This month marks the start of Justice Alito’s 10 year on the Supreme Court. He took his seat on Jan. 31, 2006, chosen by President George W. Bush to succeed Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and confirmed by a vote of 58 to 42 after a feeble Democratic filibuster effort collapsed. The Alito-for-O’Connor substitution was the most consequential change on the court since the first President Bush picked Clarence Thomas to replace Justice Thurgood Marshall in 1991. None of the six subsequent departures (in addition to Justice O’Connor, they were Justices Byron R. White and Harry A. Blackmun, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, and Justices Souter and John Paul Stevens) produced anything like the ideological lurch caused by the replacement of a moderately conservative compromise seeker with a lifelong movement conservative. In 1985, a 35-year-old Samuel Alito applied for a job in the Reagan Justice Department with an essay asserting that as a teenager in the 1960s, “the greatest influences on my views we ...
It seems that is an example of why Barry Goldwater warned against the religious right. .
"The Constitution is an instrument, above all, for limiting the functions of government… Throughout history, government has proved to be the chief instrument for thwarting man's liberty. Government represents power in the hands of some men to control and regulate the lives of other men." ~ Barry Goldwater
TODAY’S NOTABLE TEXAN OF THE DAY SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR JANUARY 9th 2015 Sandra Day O'Connor was born March 26, 1930 in El Paso Texas. She is a retired Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, serving from her appointment in 1981 by Ronald Reagan until her retirement in 2006. She was the first woman to be appointed to the Court. Prior to O'Connor's appointment to the Court, she was an elected official and judge in Arizona serving as the first female Majority Leader in the United States as the Republican leader in the Arizona Senate. On July 1, 2005, she announced her intention to retire effective upon the confirmation of a successor. Samuel Alito was nominated to take her seat in October 2005, and joined the Court on January 31, 2006. Considered a federalist and a moderate conservative, O'Connor tended to approach each case narrowly without arguing for sweeping precedents. She most frequently sided with the court's conservative bloc, although in the latter years of her tenure, she was re ...
The 100 Rich People Who Run America - The Daily Beast Sen. Barry Goldwater was right, it seems.
"Our nation is facing a crisis of liberty if we do not control campaign expenditures"- Barry Goldwater via
Remember that a government big enough to give you everything you want is also big enough to take away everything you have. Barry Goldwater
KGB, Jack Ruby, French Intelligence, Barry Goldwater, Jackie Kennedy, Billie Sol Estes and LBJ mistress Madeline Brown all know it
What the GOP needs is its own Manchurian candidate:. RINO on the outside, Barry Goldwater reheated on the inside.
Barry Goldwater, the guy who ran purely on the platform of elect me, I wont allow the Civil Rights Act
Barry Goldwater: Absolute power does corrupt, and those who seek it must be suspect and must be opposed.
what a gem quotation from ex Senator Barry Goldwater in - Lets separate church and state one and for all.
Nov. 3, 1964 incumbent Lyndon Johnson defeated Barry Goldwater with over 60% of the popular vote for President
50 years ago tonight, President Lyndon Johnson was decisively elected to a term of his own over Sen. Barry Goldwater:
WATCH: 50 years later…"A Time for Choosing" Oct. 27, 1964 speech by Ronald Reagan on behalf of Barry Goldwater's Presidential Campaign. SUNDAY at 4p ET on C-SPAN3
actually Nelson Rockefeller coined the term mainstream as a slam at Barry Goldwater
bae: come over me: Ronald Wilson Reagan (/ˈrɒnəld ˈwɪlsən ˈreɪɡən/; February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was an American actor and politician. He was the 40th President of the United States (1981–89), and served as the 33rd Governor of California (1967–75) prior to his presidency. bae: my parents arent home me: Born and raised in small towns in Illinois, Reagan graduated from Eureka College and then worked as a radio broadcaster. He moved to Hollywood in 1937, where he began a career as an actor, first in films and later in television. Reagan served as President of the Screen Actors Guild and later as a spokesman for General Electric (G.E.); his start in politics occurred during his work for G.E. Originally, he was a member of the Democratic Party, but due to the parties' shifting platforms during the 1950s, he switched to the Republican Party in 1962. After delivering a rousing speech in support of Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964, he was persuaded to seek the California go ...
"Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice". Yet even Barry Goldwater was aghast at the rise of the intolerant Religious Right in America.
What's with the bare walls? How about an old poster of Barry Goldwater or Bella Abzug...
When Hugh Scott, Barry Goldwater and John Rhodes show up on Park Avenue, it's all over.
"The solutions to the problems of today can be found in the proven values of the past.". ~Barry Goldwater (According to John Dean)
This is an excerpt of the 30 minute speech supporting the Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. Reagan speaks of big government, high taxation, and the "war on poverty." He addresses foreign policy issues including the risk of appeasement, "peace through strength," and the Vietnam War. The speech establishes Reagan as an important figure in the conservative wing of the Republican Party. To a significant degree, Ronald Reagan's election to the presidency stems from this speech, given on national television on behalf of, and sponsored by, Barry Goldwater's 1964 presidential campaign. The speech remains amazingly fresh as a statement of modern American conservative philosophy four decades after it was delivered. Here is a link to the full transcript:
1-Ebola Epidemic | 2-Book Discussion on [The Future of the Mind] | 3-Barry Goldwater the Conservationist
Drinking at bar in Barry F Goldwater airport Phoenix 3 hour layover uS Air
Barry Goldwater (can we resurrect him from the dead, please?).
At the core is Barry Goldwater's statement that even though u r poor and hungry at least your free. Contrary to FDR
The Barry Goldwater campaign, of course. was outraged. LBJ won the election that fall.
The text is rather rambling, disjointed even, but it shows the 'conscience' o...
as an attack on Republican nominee Barry Goldwater, who is never shown or mentioned.)
Barry Goldwater On The UN: As per usual he was right and way ahead of his time. He had ethics t...
It was such an honor to meet Barry Goldwater Jr. dinner tonight.
Barry Goldwater was the true RW ideologue of US. His intellectual contributions developed RW in US. But when he came up 1/2
Remember what happened when Barry Goldwater contested for President in US.
"When I'm not a politician, I'll be dead. ~Barry Goldwater
Why can't pv look like barry goldwater 😔
gonna go w/swing & miss ... had Barry Goldwater and missed on that... somehow we just can't get on the same freakin' page
Were at Barry Goldwater I have never heard of this school before
Pinnacle, Brophy, Northwest Christian & Barry Goldwater. ⬆️Those schools have been tearing it up on the app👏 go see: http…
This Barry Goldwater and Deer Valley football thing is getting annoying
Where's your trash talk now Barry Goldwater?! 😏👊👏
Well it looks like we solved that problem with Barry Goldwater 😂✊
"When we gonna get together?" . "When Barry Goldwater gets with Jane Fonda"
Ted Cruz brought his anti-Washington crusade to Americans for Prosperity’s Defending the Dream summit in Dallas on Saturday. “I spent last week in Washington, D.C,” he said. “It’s great to be back in America.” Barry Goldwater, the late Arizona senator who upended the Republican establishment, and t…
noël coward and Barry Goldwater .. Now that's a rumour.
1964 Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona was nominated for president at the Republican National Convention in San Francisco.
1964: "Barry Goldwater is the best, because when I grow up, I don't want to pay for a lot of other people." Robin Hill, 16 years old.
At about this point, Howard Baker and Barry Goldwater walked into the White House and asked Richard Nixon to resi…
Former Gov. (and future Interior Secretary) Bruce Babbitt and former Sen. Barry Goldwater in a May 1990 photo.
"I am against subsidies. Congress is not a bank or loan agency. In general the feds should stay out of state and local government as well as private enterprise. Otherwise, as we have seen, it will largely take over both. Neither state and local government nor business should operate on the notion that Uncle Sugar will pay for their mistakes." -Barry Goldwater
BRYAN CRANSTON AS LBJ In ‘All the Way,’ Bryan Cranston does a brilliant portrayal of LBJ in his first year as president, from the JFK assassination of 1963 to the crushing 1964 defeat, in the presidential race of that year, of Barry Goldwater. The main theme of the play is how Johnson succeeded, where JFK had failed, to push through a reluctant Congress the first substantial civil rights legislation since Reconstruction. The play serves as a bookend to Daniel Day-Lewis’s film portrait of Lincoln in the eponymous film portrait of how our sixteenth president achieved the abolition of slavery in a fractious and disunited Congress. Both men used the enormous powers of the presidency to enact, respectively, the Thirteenth Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. There is quite a list here of memorable characters: J. Edgar Hoover, portrayed as a malevolent schemer and blackmailer; Martin Luther King, the brilliant if flawed Nobel Prize winner working to keep the civil rights movement from tearing apart ...
To mimic the ideology of Barry Goldwater, it is NOT conservative to believe that the government has any right over the human body. It is very conservative, therefore, to say that abortion should be determined by the mother, not the government. It is very conservative to say that *** shouldn't be denied the right to marry. And it is very conservative to say that someone should not go to jail for victimless crimes such as drug use. Today's "Republicans" are out of touch with the true American conservatism of old school Republicans like myself. They believe that they can legislate on your body, not to mention their belief the government can spy on you for anything it wants to.
Barry goldwater jr just endorsed Michelle Ugenti. Another RINO wrapped in tea leaves??
Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international moneylenders. ... The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited. It operates outside the control of Congress and ... manipulates the credit of the United States.
Dear young and the media The Current World Leadership is Rotten With chaos ,confusion , death ,destruction, insecurity ,poverty, loot , plunder , heavy taxation to support wasting of money on illegimate wars, the current world leadership is rotten and must be replaced and eliminated at all costs and by all means . It is at the same time not at all self sustainable. Its time has come. ANY THING NOT HAPPENING RIGHT OR GOING WRONG IN THE WORLD , BLAME THE RICH , THOSE FILTHY RICH WHO KNOW NOT THEIR REAL NEEDS AND THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES. Those who we call leaders or politicians , senators or ministers and so on are just puppets. Look for their masters , the master planners who have vested interests in wars and disputes, in arms and war industry , in financial hegemony, those filthy rich who install and control Governments of their choice all over the World, who have control over crime mafias. Who know not their relation with the rest of the humanity. The real problem of the people of the world are you stupid ...
I was the cause of the Viet Nam war. People told me, "Bill, if you vote for Barry Goldwater for President we will be at war with Viet Nam". I paid no attention to these nay-sayers, voted for Goldwater and we had a war. WmPThompson
Passing league is at Barry Goldwater 5:20 right?
June 17, 1963 The first woman, Valentina V. Tereshkova, to journey into space was launched aboard the Soviet spacecraft Vostok VI yesterday, laughingly reported she felt fine and chatted by radio telephone with Lieut. Col. Valery F. Bykovsky, who was traveling in a nearby orbit. The United States has no plans for including a woman in the next group of American astronauts. A long letter from Peking to Moscow assailed Soviet ideological policies and outlined uncompromisingly the Chinese stand on all major points at issue. David Ben-Gurion unexpectedly announced his resignation as Premier Defense Minister and member of Parliament. Two Republican Senators, Barry Goldwater of Arizona and Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania, declared that President Kennedy should postpone his European trip to deal with domestic problems, particularly civil rights. The city administration of Cambridge, Md., broke off negotiations with *** leaders and asked Gov. J. Millard Tawes to keep National Guard troops in the town indefinitely. Ru . ...
Remember the days gone by when getting a flat tire was a common thing, especially on trips...Barry Goldwater once told me that on a trips to Prescott as a young man they always had several flat's! Any memories friends?
I'll never forgive him for what he did to Barry Goldwater
The LAST CHANCE AMERICA had to get a good President! Barry Goldwater. The United Nations is a terrible organization that was created without authority and improperly. The UN needs to be shut down.
"Barry Goldwater is not the sort of man you might expect (Stephen F. Cohen to paraphrase" --
1967. during those days everywhere i was, inter-racial couples were everywhere! it was virtually a fad. i wrote (planned) a novel on the subject--a Barry Goldwater type daughter who met her Stokely Carmichael-type hero at Harvard, gave up her medical school to work her husband's way through law school.it's a modern day Media story--i should have sold the story to Hollywood but was too busy becoming a lawyer
Extremism in the pursuit of Liberty is no vice. - Barry Goldwater
Gearing Up Useless Eaters; Lots of people are gearing up. The ones that concern me are the federal government. They're buying ammo by the trainload. Most of it is in the fed's choice of 40 caliber hollow points. When it first became obvious, someone asked Janet Napolitano what it was all about? Her answer was pretty matter of fact that it was for the coming rebellion. Got that? They're expecting a rebellion. Now what would make them expect a rebellion? Are they feeling guilty about someone giving aid and comfort to the enemy? Yes, I could see their harboring some guilt over importing Hamas terrorists at the expense of taxpayers. Sure that could do it. Would they suspect we might actually be smart enough to eventually realize this is treason and it's considered firing squad stuff? Because one can find this definition in Webster's dictionary, I suspect these folks might be getting a bit nervous of how they are viewed by the great unwashed. How about having the Muslim Brotherhood over to the White House for ...
I have little interest in streamlining government ... I mean to reduce its size. - Barry Goldwater
What has president Obama done to deserve the vitriol he gets from the right? Why would anyone belong to a party that acts this way! Barry Goldwater, the republican presidential nominee in 1964, who I didn't care too much for at the time, but his words ring true. He warned that if the religious right is allowed to get control of the Republican Party, there would be *** to pay, (not an exact quote). It's happened, the Republican Party has become more of an occult than a political party. Politics is compromise and republicans don't know how to do that any more or refuse to do so. Goldwater said that they think they do gods work and are incapable of compromise. I never knew he would turn out to be a prophet.
This very thing happened back in the 60's with Barry Goldwater...He predicted VietNam would continue so they voted for LBJ!
That's what Barry Goldwater said about Vietnam. Just bomb them out of existence. Funny they are both fr Arizona.
Hillary Clinton was a Barry Goldwater girl. How can Goldwater be communist? Stupid
It is striking how much of what Barry Goldwater wanted the country eventually got.
"Hubert Humphrey talks so fast that listening to him is like trying to read Playboy magazine with your wife turning the pages." - Barry Goldwater quotes from BrainyQuote.com
That one needs a full baptismal in the Shriner name of Barry Goldwater and I mean head held under the 'Master's' ASU pool for 15 minutes.
Senator Barry Goldwater and Representative Larry P McDonald would have made excellent presidents during their times
Worked as a campaign volunteer for Barry Goldwater
"If you don't mind smelling like peanut butter for two or three days, peanut butter is darn good shaving cream." ~Barry Goldwater
Wish we had more courageous Barry Goldwater's serving in the U.S. Congress than the current crop of Self Serving Establishment Machine who are for all intents and purposes Serving Us Up!
Barry Goldwater was right on then, and his sentiment is still right on now!
You've got to forget about this civilian. Whenever you drop bombs, you're going to hit civilians.~Barry Goldwater
Time to restore the Old-Right Republicanism of Robert Taft, Barry Goldwater, & Joe McCarthy.
By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity -- another man's I mean. (Goldwater, Barry)
. I would like to apply for a Barry Goldwater Scholarship.
Missed joining panel on Barry Goldwater? It's now on C-SPAN2
In addition to formatting some code, this was my Sat. night: Goldwater and Libertarianism Consider it.
"To insist on strength ... is not war-mongering. It is peace-mongering.". by Barry Goldwater
Father's Day: Civil Rights and Barry Goldwater - The Problem Remains Today by Gregg Hilton . I have written about...
Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus: Before the Storm: Barry Gold...
Well all I can say is one doesn't have to be so very old to remember Barry Goldwater in 1964!
They have embraced the wingnuts and 2016 will be their 1964. Though I respect Barry Goldwater; these guys are screeching nuts
...The midwives to the future won. On one side of the 80-20 curve, those thin-lipped, lock-jawed traditionalists who somehow all looked like Barry Goldwater desperate for a bicarb, had clung to a past that never existed, a fantasy of America where fathers wore ties at dinner, wide-eyed freckled kids said golly, good wives in A-line skirts were deemed virgins until they had three children, and cars cost roughly a dollar per pound. They saw every tradition, myth, custom, and norm they cherished blown up by long-haired dope-smoking hippies in tie-dyed t-shirts who unapologetically pursued good times while simultaneously rejecting the cherished American notion that genetic facts of race and gender were restraints on destiny. White suburbanites, the spine of a tight-assed country, saw young women's flesh jiggle because their daughters, who did not know the uses of a girdle, were shaking their money-makers on dance floors. Miscegenation laws were struck down. Sodomy laws were struck down. Voting rights were ...
Barry Goldwater, Jr decries monopoly utility Rocky Mountain Power's assault on energy choice in Utah. Read more here:
In their famous 1965 interview, Alex Haley asked Martin Luther King, Jr. what one individual he would dispatch to the proverbial desert island, if he had that power. Dr. King had an answer: Barry Goldwater. (He was quick to add, "I mean, I hope they'd FEED him an' everything; I am nonviolent . . .") That was his idea, at the time, of who represented the extreme in terms of opposition to social progress. By the late '70s, though, the American right had decided that Goldwater wasn't sufficiently committed to its agenda of dismantling the social contract and turning the nation entirely over to the owning class. So they turned to a new golden boy who shared that commitment: Ronald Reagan. During the first eight years of this century, as the Bush-Cheney administration began openly voicing and acting out dictatorial fantasies, some Republicans (just a small handful) tried to distance themselves from the indicators of fascism by invoking a more conciliatory and collaborative version of conservatism: "I'm more of ...
Melt today at the Imago Dei Community Church from 11am-12:30pm at 2820 W Rose Garden Ln, Phoenix MAP:
Arizona stopped being conservative when Barry Goldwater died. Now it's become a haven for illegals and libs.
America’s maximum economic power will be forged, not under bureaucratic direction, but in freedom. - Barry Goldwater
Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower also recommended to Johnson that we use nuclear weapons in both North and South Viet Nam. Indeed, during the 1964 presidential campaign, Republican nominee Barry Goldwater argued for nuclear attacks as well. Johnson feared that the Joint Chiefs would resign and go public if Johnson didn’t follow at least some of their recommendation and he needed some Republican support for the “Great Society” and the “War on Poverty.” Fortunately, Johnson resisted their most extreme proposals, even though the Joint Chiefs regarded them as essential to success.
"Ronald Reagan: An Extraordinary Politician" (from Breitbart by Ron Robinson) "Today marks the tenth anniversary of the passing of President Ronald Reagan. As significant as this anniversary is to America and the world, there is a more important Reagan anniversary this year. I am referring to the 50th anniversary of actor Ronald Reagan’s speech, televised nationwide, on October 27, 1964, on behalf of Barry Goldwater for President. The speech eventually became known as, “A Time for Choosing.” Years later, President Reagan wrote of it, “Of course, I didn’t know it then, but that speech was one of the most important milestones in my life—another one of those unexpected turns in the road that led me onto a path I never expected to take.” What is remarkable about that speech, yet seldom noted, is there was no chance of Goldwater winning by the time Reagan delivered it. Barry Goldwater would lose the election one week later carrying only six states and gathering only 38.5% of the vote. Reagan used ...
So sorry to hear about the death of a former co-worker. Mr. Barry Goldwater gave up his fight with cancer. He was such a joy to be around and so talented! Remember seeing him act as the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz. You will be missed by all that knew you and prayers for your family at this time.
Can we please talk about how bad the Republican field for President in 2016 looks at the moment. Lemme break it down. Jeb Bush - if you think the US will ever elect another Bush, you are vastly and painfully misreading the mood of the country. likelyhood of victory 1-2% Rand Paul - A petulant, sophomoric *** not a viable candidate for a general election, foreign policy is not in line with the vast majority of the GOP. Democrats will not embrace him, young people and minorities don't like him either. Nothing like his father, Really a very very far right candidate like Barry Goldwater. likelyhood of victory 9-10% Mike Huckabee - A christian talk show host, not viable, doesn't have the broad appeal necessary, very unpopular on social issues. is not physically fit for office. likelyhood of victory 0.01% Paul Ryan - Maybe one of the more serious and capable candidates, already lost in 2016, not exactly a good orator or messenger or campaigner, and he would be wise to continue his career in the house as a co .. ...
The Republican Party geared its appeal and program to racism, reaction, and extremism. All people of goodwill viewed with alarm and concern the frenzied wedding at the Cow Palace of the KKK with the radical right. The “best man” at this ceremony was a senator whose voting record, philosophy, and program were anathema to all the hard-won achievements of the past decade. It was both unfortunate and disastrous that the Republican Party nominated Barry Goldwater as its candidate for President of the United States. In foreign policy Mr. Goldwater advocated a narrow nationalism, a crippling isolationism, and a trigger-happy attitude that could plunge the whole world into the dark abyss of annihilation. On social and economic issues, Mr. Goldwater represented an unrealistic conservatism that was totally out of touch with the realities of the twentieth century. The issue of poverty compelled the attention of all citizens of our country. Senator Goldwater had neither the concern nor the comprehension necessary ...
House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has forwarded bill to rename Prescott post office after Sen. Barry Goldwater.
Barry Goldwater was nominated by Republicans in 1964, and he opposed the civil rights bill
KCarl Smith founder of Frederick Douglas Repub Movement says MLKJr & Barry Goldwater to blame for lack of black Repubs in America. Uh, nope.
THE BLACK VOTE Lyndon B. Johnson 94% (1964 signing Civil Rights Act) Bill Clinton 82% & 84% Al Gore 90% John Kerry 88% Barrack Obama 95% & 93% Things began to change during the “Great Depression” of the 1930s with Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. The New Deal was a program that helped disadvantaged and minority communities find work. It was the association of civil rights legislation with John F Kennedy and Lyndon Banes Jonson that solidified Black loyalty to the Democratic Party for good. JFK proposed and LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which outlawed public discrimination. LBJs Republican opponent, Barry Goldwater, opposed it garnering Johnson 94% of the black vote that year, which was a record until 2008. Johnson later signed the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The Source
William F. Buckley Jr. and Barry Goldwater fought 2 kick Birchers out of GOP. Now Birchers fund C-PAC.
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson, a Democrat with a mixed record on race, signed the Civil Rights Act into law — something his Republican challenger in that year’s election, Sen. Barry Goldwater, had voted against, despite having a solid civil rights record up to that point. ...
LOTS OF TALK THESE DAYS, about the legacy of LBJ, who signed two pieces of legislation that truly changed this country, the 1964 Civil Rights Act AND the 1965 Voting Rights Act. I met him briefly in 1964 when he came to my hometown of Pasadena, TEXAS in the last days of his campaign for President against my HERO, Barry Goldwater. We NOW all know, due to the books of Robert Caro, that LBJ was a completely immoral, power hungry, greedy a-hole, who nonetheless, delivered great strides to the underclasses of this country, and the entire SOUTH for generations, into the hands of the Republican Party.Read Caro's books and the dichotomy of this man is revealed, on one hand a champion for truth, some semblance of JUSTICE, yet as RACIST as they come. I stand at the foot of my MENTOR in TEXAS politics, a statue by David Adickes, and marvel at what LBJ and the Democratic Party hath wrought.mixed bag of blessings and curses.but there will never be another, for once they made LBJ, they then threw away the shovel.
The Barry Goldwater-est of Barry Goldwater supporters on their way to meet their candidate.
Barry Goldwater boldly stated that "extremism is no vice" in his call for a defense of liberty by bombing our presumably real as well as straw enemies. Chuck Grassley serves as the front man for a wildly eratic and extremist fellow Iowa Washingtonian hate-mongerer, Steve King. And neither King nor Mr. Grassley posits their extremist hatred and targets with other nations or the oppressive oligarchy composed of their financial backers in industry and exploitation, in environmental degradation, spoilage of rural economies and greedy monopolistic bleeding of the public, you and me. Nope, both Mr. Grassley and Mr. King posit themselves as reluctant but staunch defenders of liberty while advancing the hate card by despoiling their domestic political enemies as foreigners in a white, male land - as dictated by their fabrications of a god in each their own image and endowed with the same darned thoughts and centeredness. And, so, was Congressman and Senate Candidate Bruce Brailey off-base in his "farmer" comment ...
There was a question asked this morning on FB asking if it was worth staying (and fighting the good fight) in the Republican Party; to bring it back to its once conservative roots... Here was my response: ( please comment and share, I would love to hear what you all think!) Well... let me be the first to comment. I was (WAS) all for trying to "reform" this party BACK to what it once was. A party of Reagan and Barry Goldwater. A party of true conservatism. A party of EXTREEMLY small and limited government, where each man, woman, boy and girl could live in freedom of how life is supposed to be. However... I am now of the mindset and philosophy that this is cause for insanity (and we know what the definition of the word is). We have a party here that is NO DIFFERENT from the "other side" that they love to differentiate themselves from. Big money and big power rule the day. Big lobbyists and corporate bullying rule the parties, and you cant see the differences any more. We have politicians, who have one h ...
I never hear about the John Birch Society anymore - anyone else remember them from the Barry Goldwater days? (And I may be associating Mr Goldwater and the JBS incorrectly)
Amusing: Just the other day, I was sparring with a guy who said that a true conservative cannot win an election, because Barry Goldwater lost (50 years ago). I responded that Goldwater was just the beginning, not the culmination, of a revolution that took 49 states in the Presidential RE- Election 20 years later. Reagan was a foot soldier in the army that Goldwater created, and campaigned heavily for him in '64. Then on THIS day, I am heading to the school early because they were about to open the gates at noon. I turn on the radio in the car and the guy on it... Is saying the EXACT SAME THING. I think Rush is stealing from my face-book page.
Three decades after his own presidential race, Barry Goldwater himself understood that the views he once championed were wrong. And Tea Party conservatives would foist these views upon the nation regardless.
Do people still remember when Bill Buckley and Barry Goldwater told the John Birch Society they were no longer welcome in the party?
The NY Times writes this morning: ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has raised an imposing $33 million, is riding high in the opinion polls and is expected to cruise to a second term this November. But for a political tactician as restless as Mr. Cuomo, a nearly foregone conclusion is not good enough." I can remember other times when this happened - Lyndon Johnson decides to escalate the Vietnam War to show the country he can be as tough as Barry Goldwater - and Richard Nixon decides to sabatoge Democrats. Both times in campaigns that were foregone conclusions anyway. Both came to bad ends, despite overwhelming victories for these candidates.
Liberal director Oliver Stone supported Ron Paul and actually voted for a republican, Barry Goldwater before. Did not kn…
Surprised?I'm not.A "handful of nuts"have ruined the party of Chuck Hagel,Bob Dole,Nelson Rockefeller,Barry Goldwater,and yes, Lindsey Graham and John McCain.Jerks like Paul,Cruz,and Rubio,among others,have no sense of reason.
Yup, never thought I'd miss Bob Dole or Barry Goldwater...
Barry Goldwater: a conservative senator to Arizona
You and I have the courage to say to our enemies, "There is a price we will not pay." "There is a point beyond which they must not advance." And this—this is the meaning in the phrase of Barry Goldwater's "peace through strength." Winston Churchill said, "The destiny of man is not measured by material computations. When great forces are on the move in the world, we learn we're spirits—not animals." And he said, "There's something going on in time and space, and beyond time and space, which, whether we like it or not, spells duty." You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We'll preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we'll sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness. Ronald Reagan
It occurred to me tonight that my generation is no longer in charge. People who were newborns when we were finishing high school and college (back in the 1960s and 1970s), are now the commentators on the news, the CEOs, the forty-ish teachers and professors, our nurses and doctors. Our children smile indulgently --'cause they love u--s when we wax rhapsodically about Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; or about The Beatles, or about growing our hair long and *ing in the mud at Woodstock. Except for a few rock bands, our culture is gone and forgotten --although we still impose it on everyone. You haven't lived until you've heard "Light My Fire" as light-jazzy elevator music.. Try this out on your teenage grandchildren: Ask them who the following were: Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Al Jolson, Hubert Humphrey, Princess Grace, Gene Kelly, John Ford, Arthur Godfrey, Alan Shepard, Barry Goldwater, Gus Grissom, Yuri Gagarin, Winston Churchill, George Burns, Bing Crosby, Steve Allen, Norman Mailer, and Jackie Gleason. Tell m ...
From my friend Lisa Corrigan In case you weren't aware, the Republican Party supported abortion until they started losing elections as women gained political power in the 1970s. Then, in a crass and completely sexist move, Reagan decided to oppose the ERA and abortion rights to court the Catholic and evangelicals so as to bar the women's movement from participating in any meaningful way in national politics. In fact, it was REPUBLICANS that expanded abortion rights through the 1970s. Barry Goldwater, Prescott Bush, George H. W. Bush and Dwight Eisenhower were early supporters of Planned Parenthood Action. And Goldwater helped his daughter obtain an illegal abortion. Goldwater's wife founded the AZ chapter of PPA.
Wow, did not realise Dylan was a fan of Barry Goldwater. *Joan Baez spits out her organic coffee*
Some have said Barry Goldwater almost ruined the Republican Party. I say big spending, lying, war mongering, police state republicans will.
Listen to She'll get explain how Barry Goldwater passed the Civil Rights Act over Lyndon Johnson's veto! xD
Recently we read through progressive Representative Keith Ellison's (DFL-MN) new autobiography, "My Country 'Tis of Thee." One section that struck us was Ellison's discussion of the evolution of conservatism from Barry Goldwater to today. Ellison notes that conservatives were propelled by "property-...
Here are some very interesting quotes from the nation's last AUTHENTIC conservative, good old AuH2O. Posted by Mark Ira Kaufman, Writer/Editor at The Mark Ira Kaufman Journal in the Cincinnati Enquirer's Comment Section. Thanks Mark. In 1981, Barry Goldwater told his fellow senators, ""There is no position on which people are so immovable as their religious beliefs. There is no more powerful ally one can claim in a debate than Jesus Christ, or God, or Allah, or whatever one calls this supreme being. "But like any powerful weapon, the use of God's name on one's behalf should be used sparingly. The religious factions that are growing throughout our land are not using their religious clout with wisdom. They are trying to force government leaders into following their position 100 percent. "If you disagree with these religious groups on a particular moral issue, they complain, they threaten you with a loss of money or votes or both. I'm frankly sick and tired of the political preachers across this country te . ...
"The time has come for us to cut off all financial help, withdraw as a member, and ask the United Nations... Barry Goldwater
"Daisy" ad is considered a significant factor in Lyndon B. Johnson's defeat of Barry Goldwater..."
I have a ton (hundreds) of negatives that I bought that were taken of Logansport and surrounding areas that I do not have time to do anything with and was wondering if any historical buffs would be interested in making an offer on them. Negatives are from the mid 1950s through the end of 1979 (possibly later yet). The negatives are of things like the Wabash flood of 1959, Cass County 4-H fairs, wrecks, construction of Eastgate Plaza, the mall, schools, Longcliff, Logansport Berries sports and other functions, beauty pagents, downtown shops and parades from the 50's, road construction, area Churches, factories, the electric plant and sewer plant, shots from Rochester, Winamac, Royal Center, Logansport fires and on and on. I also have old photos that were probably developed from some of these negatives. I believe there were photos of Bobby Kennedy, Forest Tucker, and Barry Goldwater visits to Logansport. This is a project for someone with lots and lots of time on their hands. I scanned a few of the ...
Barry Goldwater meets with his political opponent, Lyndon Johnson in 1964.
50 years ago, the Beatles came to America, Barry Goldwater squared off against Lyndon Johnson and Cassius Clay announced that from now on we should call him Muhammad Ali. The new American Experience documentary "1964" examines that watershed year, and at noon on "Think" we'll talk to its writer and director, Stephen Ives. "1964" airs tonight at 7 on KERA TV. Then at 1: We’ll talk about the wide range of life expectancy in the animal kingdom with Jonathan Silvertown, author of "The Long and the Short of It: The Science of Life Span and Aging." Listen on KERA FM and online:
"If you agree that Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon were too liberal, you're our kind of new Republican"
Manuel's was founded in 1964 Historical event from 1964: • Space probe Mariner IV flies by Mars, transmitting pictures of the planet's surface back to earth • The world's longest suspension bridge, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge in New York, opens • Concern in Britain over "brain drain," or the mass emigration of British scientists to the U.S. • World's Fair held in New York • First lung transplant •After completing what would have been the final year of John F. Kennedy's first term, President Johnson re-elected in a landslide over Barry Goldwater •President Johnson declares "war on poverty," introduces a variety of federal welfare programs, including Medicare (initially proposed by Kennedy in 1960) •Three civil rights workers murdered in Mississippi during "Freedom Summer" •24th Amendment to Constitution adopted, ensuring fair voting practices •Race riots break out in Harlem and other U.S. cities •Investigating the Kennedy assassination, the Warren Commission determines that "Osw ...
(PE) Barry Goldwater explains it all in the last several chapters of his 1979 book "With No Apologies" "The CFR is the American branch of a society which originated in England. Internationalist in viewpoint, the CFR, along with the Atlantic Union Movement and the Atlantic Council of the United States, believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established." "In its September 1, 1961 issue, the Christian Science Monitor described the Council on Foreign Relations as "probably one of the most influential, semipublic organizations in the field of foreign policy." The Monitor said, 'The CFR is composed of 1,400 of the most elite names in the world of government, labor, business, finance, communication, the foundations, and the academies. It has staffed almost every key position of every administration since that of FDR.'" "In September 1939, two members of the Council on Foreign Relations, Hamilton Fish Armstrong and Walter H. Mallory, visited the State Department to offer the counci ...
You know what blows my mind, although it shouldn't, considering how sharp the low information sheeple are, Kelli, is just because the name Federal Reserve is attached to this financial institution, people believe it is the United States Financial system, of which of course, it is not...at its inception, the great president Thomas Jefferson said: "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies . . . If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] . . . will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered . . . The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs." -- Thomas Jefferson -- The Debate Over The Recharter Of The Bank Bill, (1809) Here are just a few other famous quotes regarding this infamous . ...
A government that is big enough to give you all you want is big enough to take it all away. - Barry Goldwater
Today is the 115th anniversary of Barry Goldwater’s birth - or is it?. 2008 is not the first year that a birth...
I never thought I would be joining the Putin Fan Club.but you've got to give it to the guy. This latest round of terrorist attacks in Russia just underscored the fact that we got the wrong dude at the helm. On Monday two different scum bag terrorist attacks left many dead or hospitalized in Russia. I felt sorry for them. I remember what it was like to wake up and read that we had our ambassador and two former Navy Seals murdered on our own soil in Benghazi. But, there my friends, is where the similarity ends. Immediately after the attacks, Putin left his home and went to the hospital where the wounded lay. Obama left his home too, after a good nights sleep, and went gold digging in Las Vegas. Putin announced, "we bow down before the victims of the terrible acts of terror". Obama bowed down to the Saudi Prince.you know...the guy who heads the country where the 911 highjackers came from. Putin immediately held meetings with his national and regional security officials. He ordered five thousand tro ...
Today is the Feast day of Saint Basil the Great; Saint Defendens of Thebes; and Saint Gregory of Nazianzus. On this date in: 533 – Mercurius becomes Pope John II, the first pope to adopt a new name upon elevation to the papacy; 1788 – Georgia becomes the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution; 1860 – The discovery of the planet Vulcan (hypothetical planet) is announced at a meeting of the French Academy of Sciences in Paris, France; 1935 – Bruno Hauptmann goes on trial for the murder of Charles Lindbergh, Jr., infant son of aviator Charles Lindbergh; 1942 – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) convicts 33 members of a German spy ring headed by Fritz Joubert Duquesne in the largest espionage case in United States history—the Duquesne Spy Ring; 1959 – Luna 1, the first spacecraft to reach the vicinity of the Moon and to orbit the Sun, is launched by the Soviet Union; 1963 – Vietnam War: The Viet Cong wins its first major victory in the Battle of Ap Bac; and 1981 – One . ...
"The income tax created more criminals than any other single act of government." - Barry Goldwater (Jan. 2, 1909 -...
"Those who seek absolute power, even though they seek it to do what they regard as good, are simply demanding the right to enforce their own version of heaven on earth. And let me remind you, they are the very ones who always create the most hellish tyrannies." -Barry Goldwater
I will name my 1st son Barry after Barry Goldwater, my 2nd Walter after Walter White, and my daughter Elizabeth after the Bioshock character
Barry Goldwater explains his vote against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 on constitutional grounds - Firing Line with William F. Buckley (1966) www.missourah.com.
Jan 2, 2009 a rare 1937 Bugatti Type 56S Atalanta Coup is found in the garage of a deceased physician's garage. The car had around 26000 miles on it and hadn't been driven in years. The Bugatti could reach 120 Mph when most other autos struggled to get to 50. It sold 2 months later for $4.4 million. A new Bugatti in 2009 had a tag of $2 million and top end of 256 Mph(60 in under 2.5 seconds). Jan 2,1906 Willis Carrier receives patent for device that refrigerates air. Cool!Jan 2,1974 Tricky Dicky signed the federal speed limit act. It stayed on the books a long time(repealed in 1995.) I can't drive 55. If you was bornt on Jan 2 you come out nekked and yukky lookin'. So did Barry Goldwater(1909), Jack Hanna(1947), and Cuba Gooding Jr. (1968). If I wuz you I'd stay close to God, cause Jack Hanna will tellya': it's a zoo out there!
and this was Barry GOLDWATER saying this. He wasn't the most intellectual guy on the block either.
Bobby Baker loves LBJ, according to one Goldwater fan.
Born on this date in 1909 Barry Goldwater, American army officer & politician. Cheers.
My Dear New Yorkers: Your old Mayor banned no less than 30 things while in office, from large sodas to electronic cigarette usage to yard waste. Your new Mayor makes him look like Barry Goldwater. We get the government we deserve. Good luck with that.
Remembering Barry Goldwater, Isaac Asimov and Roger Miller on their birth day. I miss them all.
Conservative political icon Barry Goldwater was born on this date in 1909 (RIP 1998).
I keep seeing Barry Goldwater quotes being used by the left as the voice of reason. My, the right has gone far, far, far through the looking glass
"...and make a organization out of it. If that happens, -- Barry Goldwater
"...and others who are trying to take the Republican Party away from the Republican Party...". -Barry Goldwater
"When you say "today, I think of these moneymaking ventures by fellows like Pat Robertson...". -Barry Goldwater
"...known without trying to make their views the only alternatives.". -- Barry Goldwater
"...that has place in public policy. They must learn to make their views...". -- Barry Goldwater
"factions will go on imposing their will on others unless the decent people connected to them recognize...". -Barry Goldwater
"You don't have to be straight to be in the military;you just have to be able to shoot straight.". -- Barry Goldwater
"I think every good Christian ought to kick Falwell right in the *** ". -- Barry Goldwater :)
January 2nd...in 1960, JFK announces for president on 51st birthday of 1964 candidate Barry Goldwater.
Today is Thursday, Jan. 2, the second day of 2014 with 363 to follow. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. The evening stars are Mercury, Neptune, Uranus and Venus. This Day in History, January 2 On January 2nd, 1818, the British Institution of Civil Engineers was formed. Other Notable Events, January 2 In 1788, Georgia ratified the Constitution, the fourth of the original 13 colonies to do so, and was admitted to the Union. In 1811, Timothy Pickering, a Federalist from Massachusetts, became the first U.S. senator to be censured after being accused of publicly revealing secret presidential documents. Notable Birthdays for January 2 Those born on this date include: - Virginia patriot Nathaniel Bacon in 1647 - British Gen. James Wolfe, hero of the battle of Quebec, in 1727 - Former U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., the 1964 Republican nominee for president, in 1909 - Author Isaac Asimov in 1920 - Singer Julius La Rosa in 1930 (age 84) and singer/songwriter Roger Miller in 19 ...
Good morning my friends - today's quote comes from onetime AZ Republican Senator, Barry Goldwater
this morning will be an interesting experience. I'm pretty curious. I was there early one morning to fill out forms and got to see a little of what goes on. more to be revealed as my friend tom clark says... taking a biography of barry goldwater for God's sake. I happened across it here but I'll probably bail on it cuz he rubs me the wrong way. we'll see...
Have to share this! Goes well with the previous Barry Goldwater meme.
Equality, wrongly understood;.leads first to conformity, and then to despotism. ❀ Barry Goldwater
Happy Birthday to proto-conservative Barry Goldwater, born this day in 1941. Considered too extreme in his day, Goldwater wouldn't make the grade with today's GOP. Not extreme enough.
Barry Goldwater was born on January 1, 1909, in Phoenix, Arizona. He was commissioned a 2d Lt in the U.S. Army Reserve through the Army ROTC program at Staunton Military Academy on February 18, 1930, and he went on active duty with the U.S. Army Air Forces on August 22, 1941. During World War II, Co...
What did I say about Shaw's conservatism before? He makes Barry Goldwater seem like a flaming progressive.
Here's THURSDAY'S BirthDayScope: Happy Birthday, Capricorn! You are a rare bird. You’re gifted with certain natural abilities (including good looks) but have the discipline and intelligence to maximize these gifts through consistent effort and planning – not to mention excellent adaptability. While others fan themselves and expect service, you do what is necessary to achieve your goals. Your sensitivity, sincerity, and drive set you apart from mere big talkers. You have a gift for sifting out real from faux within minutes of contact. This goes for personal acquaintances as well as pieces of jewelry with alleged high-fallutin’ provenance. You always bounce back and find a way to do what you love and get paid for it. Most of you are multi-talented, but usually discover your other interests while working hard at something else. Art, beauty, and magnificent ambiance move your soul. You love natural beauty - virgin forests, waterfalls, and snow-capped mountains. Even an unexpected brisk cool breeze is be ...
BD Quotes 1/1/14 All morons hate it when you call them a moron. J. D. Salinger I think any man in business would be foolish to fool around with his secretary. If it's somebody else's secretary, fine. Barry Goldwater
Op-Ed Columnist The Billionaires Bankrolling the Tea Party By FRANK RICH Published: August 28, 2010 ANOTHER weekend, another grass-roots demonstration starring Real Americans who are mad as *** and want to take back their country from you-know-who. Last Sunday the site was Lower Manhattan, where they jeered the “ground zero mosque.” This weekend, the scene shifted to Washington, where the avatars of oppressed white Tea Party America, Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin, were slated to “reclaim the civil rights movement” (Beck’s words) on the same spot where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had his dream exactly 47 years earlier. There’s just one element missing from these snapshots of America’s ostensibly spontaneous and leaderless populist uprising: the sugar daddies who are bankrolling it, and have been doing so since well before the “death panel” warm-up acts of last summer. Three heavy hitters rule. You’ve heard of one of them, Rupert Murdoch. The other two, the brothers David and Charles K ...
RIP Mat Matlock, great father to Joan, very caring grandfather to Jordanna Matlock Lang, great American, World War 11 B-17 crewmember (Lucky Linda), veteran ham radio guy who used to chat with Barry Goldwater, and wonderful friend to Irene and myself. His strong presence will always be felt.
Sorry to bust your myths, but cutting tax rates while eliminating deductions wasn't a tax-cut; the Soviet Union never had the economic power to ever represent the threat cold-warriors in both parties pretended to justify the military-industrial-complex; the "assault weapons" ban was Reagan's baby way back as governor in California, scared of black folks exercising the 2nd amendment exactly as it was intended; the Brady Bill didn't just exploit Reagan, because he endorsed it; Reagan practiced military keynesianism, with massively wasteful military spending being supposed to produce magical economic benefits, even-though he claimed to have been greatly influenced by Friedrich Hayek and Barry Goldwater and others who sure knew better, and though he gave a rousing speech in support of Goldwater once, he completely betrayed Goldwater's libertarian ideals with support of the police-state "war on drugs" as well as with his military interventionism...
"The Trilateral Commission is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. The Trilateral Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power political, monetary, intellectual and ecclesiastical. What the Trilateral Commission intends is to create a worldwide economic power superior to the political governments of the nationstates involved. As managers and creators of the system, they will rule the future." U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater in his 1964 book: With No Apologies
in 1909 future Senator Barry Goldwater of was born
A Happy New Year and "B" day to Samuel W. Crosby Jr. and Bryson Vannostrand you share this day with some impressive folks Paul Revere 1735 Betsy Ross (Elizabeth Griscom) 1752 George Washington Carver 1860 J. Edgar Hoover (U.S.) 1895 Barry Goldwater 1909 J.D. Salinger 1919 "Country Joe" McDonald 1942 Have a great day
Your NEW YEAR'S DAY/NEW MOON BirthDayScope: Happy Birthday, Capricorn! The phrase “I did it my way” certainly applies to you. Once your mind is made up, you are so resolute and utterly convinced that you’re on the right path that only an act of God can stop you. Hard headed? Oh, yes. Iron-willed? Isn’t it obvious? Your grit and drive can inspire confidence and loyalty, and you may find yourself playing Pied Piper to a growing number of followers. Don’t waste your talent and energy filling in someone else’s blanks. Utilize your leadership gifts, ambition, and independence. You were not born to follow, and may have difficulty compromising. You can be both an inspiration and, at times, an autocrat who insists on getting his or her way, right or wrong. It’s so important to keep an open mind and to seriously listen and consider other viewpoints. You are unbelievably loyal to those you admire and love. If you make a promise to do something, it’s as good as any contract written in blood. Your pri ...
BLACK HISTORY FACT: African Americans have not always voted Democrat. In fact, African Americans once voted for Republicans. Republicans were the first party to initiate and fight for African American rights. Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican President. He signed the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing most slaves. Republican congress worked to write and pass the 13th,14th, and 15th amendments, ensuring equal and voting rights for African Americans. They also made strides toward women's rights by passing the 19th Amendment. It wasn't until Republican Senator Barry Goldwater voted againtst the 1964 Civil Rights Act and Lyndon B Johnson (Democrat) voted for it that the African American community shift gears voting and continued voting for the Democratic Party.
Everything Barry Goldwater warned us of regarding the American Right has come true, and now secular rightists like me are a tiny minority indeed. Well, I'd rather be in a correct minority than part of an incorrect majority.
“It's wonderful that we have so many religious people in our party, ... They need to leave their theologies in their churches.” Barry Goldwater
"Mark my word, if and when these preachers get control of the [Republican] party, and they're sure trying to do so, it's going to be a terrible *** problem. Frankly, these people frighten me. Politics and governing demand compromise. But these Christians believe they are acting in the name of God, so they can't and won't compromise. I know, I've tried to deal with them." BARRY GOLDWATER, November 1994, as quoted in John Dean, Conservatives Without Conscience (2006)
Next five donors will get a chance to win a copy of Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater signed by Barry Goldwater Jr.
Below is my relationship to Barry Goldwater. How was this accomplished. I have a database program for my iMac Apple Computer called Reunion. I can put myself as the home person and it will tell me my actual relationship to people in my database. Meanwhile, I just received a information from the president of Ancestry.com that said the following: A message from our CEO, Tim Sullivan. We'll be adding nearly 700 million records from more than 50 countries in the months ahead. More information will be available. Just hope it will be genealogy records from Italy and Russia. They have very little on Italy or Russia. Isn't this neat. Did you know that soon Ancestry.com (I have been a member since 2002) My Relationship to: Barry Morris I Goldwater (1909 - 1998): H8C4R U.S. Senator, Arizona; Heir to Goldwater Department Store Hattie Josephine (JoJo) Williams (1875 - 1966), mother of Barry Morris I Goldwater Robert Royal Williams (1842 - 1916), father of Hattie Josephine (JoJo) Williams, John Asbury Williams (1795 - ...
DUCK COMMANDER IGNITES A REVOLUTION... A duck hunter stared down the powerful forces of Hollywood — and Hollywood blinked! And the result is… It isn’t that *** are coming out of the closet. It’s that Christians and conservatives are coming out of the closet. A duck hunter may have fired the shot that ignited a new American Revolution. Something amazing is happening: an awakening. More people showed support for the star of “Duck Dynasty” in 24 hours than signed up for Obamacare in its first three months — which means that at this point in time, Americans are starting to come to the conclusion we’d rather have a duck hunter in the White House than Barack Obama. We couldn’t do any worse. By the way, the duck hunter may be simple, but he never committed fraud to sell us his product. By now, everyone knows about the whole controversy involving the reality TV show “Duck Dynasty” and its biggest star, Phil Robertson. Robertson made some controversial comments about homosexuality. That didn ...
From Deb's Decadent Fudge: My husband who is Jewish and strongly opposes Obama says that in the 30's when the Jewish immigrants came to America while FDR was president they worked hard, got an education, started businesses and believed in success. What many Jews of that time failed to realize was that FDR was anti-Semitic and did not favor a homeland for the Jewish people. Nor did he feel that he could fight a war based on saving the Jewish people from death. It was during FDR's presidency that 6 million Jews died and he did not lift a hand to stop it. Many Jews became progressive due to the fact that they had prospered in this country and felt an obligation to help those who did not. They believed that they had been given an opportunity under FDR and the state of Israel was recognized by Harry Truman. What the modern day Jews in America fail to realize is that it was only under strong Republican presidents that the state of Israel was given a strong commitment to. Both Jimmy Carter and his adopted son Ob ...
A PLEA FOR REASON As we enter 2014, I urge everyone to make the same new year’s resolution: be a bit more reasonable. Honestly, folks, our political system does NOT consist of all good guys on one side of the aisle, and all bad on the other — give the matter a little thought, and you’ll see how silly this is. Ours is a complex society; most issues need a blend of left and right-wing approaches. The current extreme polarization gets us nowhere. I’m not a “good old days” person, but on one or two issues things truly were better way back when. In 1964, the Senate included liberal Hubert Humphrey and conservative Barry Goldwater. These two men, who both ran for president and lost, epitomized their political philosophies; they could not have been more different. And yet, they found ways to work together. Today, Democrats and Republicans don’t negotiate, at all. The media hammer away at us, saying not simply that one side’s ideas are worse than the other’s, but that one side consists ...
Barry Goldwater in 1941. Phoenix would benefit from some heroic statues to enrich the streetscape. It's not as if we're lacking in heroes and audacious history. Instead, we get a dreary bronze of Barry Goldwater in Paradise Valley, unreachable by...
"Nixon was the most dishonest individual I have ever met in my life. He lied to his wife, his family, his friends, his colleagues in the Congress, lifetime members of his own political party, the American people and the world." - Barry Goldwater quotes from BrainyQuote.com
It's important to know that Pope Francis may be making conservative Roman Catholics uncomfortable, but he isn't saying anything radical. Caring for the less fortunate has been a major tenet of the Roman Catholic faith since the very beginning. Conservatives have always preferred business over all other concerns. The stinginess from conservatives today is fairly recent (maybe only around 30 years or so). Conservatives contributed to the ratification of civil rights laws in the 1960s. Before that, it was conservatives that made it possible for black people to vote. There was a time when conservatives would be ashamed of what passes for conservatism today. Barry Goldwater warned of these things before he died. Roman Catholics are called upon to count their blessings and share with those less blessed. It's a major tenet of the faith. At least, that's what the good Sisters of Mercy taught me.
"And here we encounter the seeds of government disaster and collapse -- the kind that wrecked ancient Rome and every other civilization that allowed a sociopolitical monster called the welfare state to exist." ~ Barry Goldwater
"I feel certain that Conservatism is through unless Conservatives can demonstrate and communicate the difference between being concerned with [the unemployed, the sick without medical care, human welfare, etc.] and believing that the federal government is the proper agent for their solution.” ― Barry Goldwater, The
King might have been a registered Republican, but somehow I doubt that he voted for Barry Goldwater.
Press always hid from US Gentiles (Jew for ALL leprous others) that Jew-run Imperial US Military, U.K & Israel have installed disgraceful Arab & Turk 'puppet' rulers. It is Genocide-Committing MASTER Israel that decides who shall become Israel’s next OBEDIENT US President! Truman was oft insulted by General McCarter but glorified in the shrill rantings of his UN ambassadress, *** Jewess Margaret Roosevelt of Ms Hickman fame! Arab dictators convinced Arabs US is invincible but THEY are working hard to restore rights of Arabs that America’s MASTER, CHOSEN Israel, had usurped along with their lives and properties! Now that the US proved to be a ‘PAPER TIGER’, it won’t be long before the ARAB street will send back to US their quartered remains! The chickens returned to roost. In US war against decent Iraqis, Arabs, Moslems, M.E Christians, Jew Bushes, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Bolton, Murdock, Adelstein, Bronfman and 12 tribes made fortunes from non-stop wars since WWII. The lowly US Gentiles paid price ...
In the immediate aftermath of the election of 1964, no group was more visibly alienated by the candidacy of Barry Goldwater than the black electorate. Abandoning the Republican Party en masse, black v
Horizon 43 Shadow Mountain 30 Horizon 62 Barry Goldwater 32 # 8 ranked Horizon wins both opening day games in the tournament and runs its record to 11-2. Next up the Titans of Arcadia High School at 9AM Friday morning. Let's Go Huskies!
Does anyone remember when Barry Goldwater came to Corvallis during his 1964 presidential campaign? Why in the world that memory popped into my mind this morning is beyond me, LOL!
"I wish we had a hundred Dean Martins in Washington. But unfortunately we've got ten thousand." Sen Barry Goldwater Feb 1976
IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT WOMEN . . . . The story of the WASP is not just about those amazing women . . . it's also about men they affected. For every WASP, there was a least 1, more likely 10, often 50, or even hundreds of men whose lives and mindsets were directly altered by their contact and experience with the WASP. Most dramatically, in June 1944, when Col. Tibbets trained Dora Dougherty and Dorthea “Didi” Moorman in 3 days to fly the B-29 Superfortress and then toured US Army airbases, but more significantly, in the hundreds of personal contacts they made during their service, the WASP altered men's perceptions about women in a fundamental way. And this revelation changed our society, not all at once, sadly, but surely, so that 70 years later, we are a stronger and vastly more capable nation, with women accepted and entering professions and jobs previously closed by custom and tradition. In the 1940's, prevailing attitudes in the US were largely paternalistic, racist, and divided by many ethnic, reli ...
BREAKING: Phil Robertson Breaks silence on Duck GatePosted by: Barry Goldwater in Main News1 min ago00 ViewsPhil Robertson broke his silence on Duck Gate at his local congregations Bible study.‘Sexual sins are numerous and many, I have a few myself. So what is your safest course of action? If you’re...
The latest from ASK AL Let’s get right to it. Q. (Chris B.) Why are you a Democrat? Great question. My dad was a moderate Republican, and therefore so was I -- until I was about 12 or 13 years old. We’d watch the news together during the civil rights struggle. My dad, who had been alive during the Holocaust, would look at sheriffs turning dogs and firehoses on the demonstrators, and he would say to me and my brother, “That’s wrong. No Jew could be for that.” Then, in 1964, Barry Goldwater, the standard-bearer of the Republican Party, voted against the Civil Rights Act, and that’s when my dad (who’d voted for Herbert Hoover twice and Nixon over Kennedy) switched parties. And the Frankens have been Democrats ever since. Q. (Dennis D.) Are we still paying big bucks to the oil companies, and if so, why? We are. Isn’t that ridiculous? Oil companies don’t need these subsidies, and I can think of about a million better uses for those taxpayer dollars, from paying down the debt to investing in e ...
Breaking: Phil Robertson was Set UpPosted by: Barry Goldwater in Main News1 min ago00 Viewsphoto: KSDKThis story keeps getting better and better:Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson and his family believe they have been ‘hung out to dry’ by TV network A&ESources within the close-knit Louisiana clan say…
I know it is from last year but it's a great story: "It was the week before Christmas during the Korean War, and an GI was at the Los Angeles airport trying to get a ride home to Arizona for Christmas, and he said that there were a lot of servicemen there and no seats available on the planes. Then a voice came over the loudspeaker and said, "Any men in uniform wanting a ride to Arizona, go to runway such-and-such," and they went down there, and there was this fellow named Barry Goldwater sitting in his plane. Every day in the weeks before Christmas, all day long, he would load up the plane, fly to Arizona, fly them to their homes, then fly back over to get another load".- Ronald Reagan, 1964 Republican National Convention
Duck Dynasty star suspended for anti *** commentsPosted by: Barry Goldwater in Main News6 mins ago011 Views So what and where:In the GQ interview published this morning Robertson called homosexuality illogical and loosely cited Bible scripture to compare homosexuality to bestiality, adultery and pr...
Barry Goldwater denounced crazy elements within his own movement before seizing the GOP Presidential nomination and energizing modern conservatism. Today's tea party needs to cut Dave Agema loose.
I HAD NO IDEA THAT BILL O'REILLY OF THE 'FOX NETWORK HALL OF SHAME' IS THE NEPHEW OF WILLIAM F BUCKLEY. THIS PROBABLY EXPLAINS A FEW THINGS. 'William F. Buckley, Jr. , was a public intellectual and for many years the most prominent conservative voice in the United States. He is credited with laying the groundwork for the ascendance of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. His father was an oil baron who moved his wife and 10 children around to Sharon, Conn., London and Mexico. He didn’t learnEnglish until he was seven. Before college, Buckley joined the Army as a second lieutenant and served on the honor guard for Franklin D. Roosevelt upon his death. At Yale he joined Skull and Bones, was recruited by the CIA and wrote a book critiquing the school. ‘God and Man at Yale’ launched his career as a media figure. He is mentioned in the book ‘The Manchurian Candidate’ as “that fascinating young man who wrote about man and God at Yale." He went on to defend U.S. Sen. Joseph McCarthy, founded National R ...
Barry Goldwater was against the Civil Rights Act being a federal act not against civil rights.
With me in the USS Coolidge, my zeppelin, were Barry Goldwater, Che Guevara, and Jonas Savimbi. We know what had to be done.
Roger Stone's book is out now: Roger Stone combines his decades of insider political ken with cutting edge JFK research to let you know what Richard Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Barry Goldwater and the KGB all concluded: Lyndon Johnson orchestrated the assassination of John Kennedy. Stone ties LBJ to at least seven politically motivated murders prior to the murder of John F. Kennedy. Stone: "LBJ would order up a murder just as you or I would order a ham sandwich." Stone tells about the early murders of LBJ: the 1951 Doug Kinser murder, the 1952 Sam Smithwick prison murder; the 1961 murder of US agricultural official Henry Marshall and numerous other other LBJ-murders relating to the cover up of the epic corruption in the Billie Sol Estes scandal in the early 1960's. Lyndon Johnson's personal hit man Malcolm Wallace (also an employee of military contractor and LBJ insider D.H. Byrd who owned the Texas School Book Depository) was one of a team of shooters assassinating JFK. Stone reveals that a fingerprint mat ...
Dale rolled a "6," and explained how this works. Given that I wrote two books about one year ("Nineteen Seventy-Five," available for 157 Euros on some used book site) and putting the Witness Protection stuff aside, I would say: 1) Cubs fan that I am, I played for the White Sox in the Recreational League in 4th grade; 2) Until I was five years old, my mother made me wear a black ribbon around my neck to ward off the croup (and she was a Registered Nurse, no less/I did not catch the croup); 3) Left-wing as I am I contributed 25 cents to Barry Goldwater's campaign for President in 1964 (to my credit, when I was nine years old); 4) I cry every time I watch the end of "Casablanca"; 5) I play three hands of solitaire first-thing every morning; 6) I would like to learn to play the piano.
I have been asked to share the single most important thing in my life, either good or bad. This is long, here goes. I have had SO MANY, God has blessed me with a lot of cool stuff, so much that I should write a book. I could answer this in the blink of an eye, if I was allowed to. I'm sorry, it is classified and I can't share it(s). So I have to answer something on down the list instead. Meeting and talking with so many famous and important people. Getting to do so many awesome things. I have been called a Liar (by losers who don't know me or are jealous) because of the super cool stuff I have been blessed to do, see, experience. Sometimes I don't believe it myself! I seem to blunder into things. (A for instance is when Virginia wandered past secret service agents and met Barry Goldwater in his wheelchair. She didn't know who he was and asked him if he knew where I was. He knew who I was and said, you'll find him, he's standing right over there and pointed right at me. WEIRD!) Fortunately I have shared .. ...
UGH = Susan Brown Moore gave me the - why dear girl - what did I ever do but care for you - OK - I will do my best. 1 I was born in NOLA - but raised in Natchez Ms - which I still call my hometown even though I have lived in Texarkana for 40 years. 2. I love raisin bran for breakfast but have to have a Jimmy Dean sausage biscuit with it in the morning. 3. I am a tried and true Democrat but voted for Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. 4. I never liked Elvis Presley because of the way I was raised - loved the Everly Brothers when all my friends were crazy for Elvis. 5. I LOVE bacon 6. I have smoked since I was 15 = now I am 70 & maybe will get a little sense about that before I am 80. 7. My dear Daddy was in WWII when I was born = my daughters Dad was in Viet Nam when she was born. UGH - the luck of the Irish - :( 8. I never liked cats until a friend gave me a stray & two kittens - since then I am known as the crazy cat lady on the corner of Hazel Street. 9. 0 YES - I pray every morning and every ni ...
At close of Jerry Smith comments on Gene Meyers' 30 yrs as Society pres, also his "love of baseball, Barry Goldwater, and cats"
Barry Goldwater would have loved Elizabeth Warren - suck on that one.
Yeah, and now you also know that he loved to put a lot of things up to his mouth...wonder why he was and is so empathetic to deviant sexual behavior? Well, it is because he puffed more than cigarettes, bongs and joints. And to think that America got ripped off. We get New World Order *** like Bush and *** Muslims Kommies like Obama, and Israel gets Benjamin Netanyahu. Russia got Putin. And both Netanyahu and Putin are more American than Obama is. Plus neither of those two are Muslim. Neither are they as Communist. Gee, now that is wonderment all by itself considering Russia's mad love affair with Communism. We drew the short straw in the cosmic lottery. Prolly, when we did NOT listen to Senator McCarthy and Barry Goldwater during the times when God was taken out of school, and Liberals and New World Order cronies were doing their rituals in their hidden meetings, and lazing about in their Owl getaway like that of the Bohemian Grove and all. Where all presidents have gone to hug trees and bow before t ...
Robert Taft There's something about the way that movement conservatism think about government regulation and freedom I find troubling. This has lots of roots in political economy and political theory, but there's a dispute about the character and roots of the coalition of journalists, thinktanks, and political leaders that gave government deregulation it's most consequential momentum. I was inclined earlier to put a lot of emphasis on Goldwater in the 1960s, but the more I think about it, this guy Robert Taft was key. David Frum, a man I consider an intelligent, narrow-minded, and spineless purveyor of ignoble lies and "axis of evil" ressentiment, writes: "The plan is obvious enough: to emerge as the next acknowledged political leader of American conservatism in the apostolic succession that begins with Robert Taft, continued through Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp, and has had no agreed successor since Newt Gingrich's retirement from Congress in 1998. Since then, radio and TV talking head ...
On this day in '64, Lyndon Johnson clobbered Barry Goldwater in the election. How's that Great Society worked out for us?
To paraphrase Charlie Pierce "in 1964 everyone was laughing at Barry Goldwater. By 1980, no one was laughing any more"
How about if we bring down to brass tacks what these attacks on Obama are REALLY ALL ABOUT? How about ensuring that we NEVER again elect a black guy by saying to ourselves...Remember all those government shutdowns and the tea party and that nightmare we endured...? Maybe their actions are not only intended for the moment but as a longer, lasting legacy on our collective subconscious mind? Not that THEY are consciously thinking that far out, but those that control their strings... When we wistfully miss Mr. Conservative, Barry Goldwater having watched his party...his beloved party surpass crazy about three Ted Cruz's ago...there is a HUGE problem. And I will gladly go one step further in whom I blame for all this ABOVE the Koch Bros., Karl Rove, George W., Cheney, Alan West, Lee Atwater, Sarah Palin or a Michelle Bachmann. I blame FOX NEWS.
Two Arizonans have won their party’s nomination for President: Barry Goldwater and John McCain.
Days when the Republican Party could support folks from all sides of the issues like Nelson Rockefeller and Barry Goldwater.
Mark Levin just played an entire speech given by Ronald Reagan in support of Barry Goldwater for president 49 years ago. What a brilliant man. And to think all of these tiny brained liberals try to denigrate him as a doddering boob. They don't have one hundredth of his intellectual abilities.
Remember the TV speech Reagan gave for Barry Goldwater? We need to have James Woods do something like that to counter the media's spin.
Brian Allen DrakeView on AmazonWhat do Barry Goldwater, Edward Abbey, and Henry David Thoreau have in common? On the surface, they would seem to be at opposite ends of the ideological spectrum. As Brian Allen Drake shows, however, environmental concerns
I started out as a Republican,I don't have a real reason why,except those dope smoking hippies looked kinda anti-American to me. I also studied the Constitution,and realized that it was written,not to give Government any Rights,but rather to keep Congress and The Executive Branch from usurping the people's Rights.Also,my state,Kentucky had been run by Democrats for so long and was at the bottom of every imaginable list except for whiskey and horses.Then I discovered William F.Buckley,the only Conservative with a voice,but you had to search PBS to find it. JFK,was only in log enough to give voice to Castro and to be dragged kicking and screaming into the civil rights movement by Martin L.King,a Republican. Then came Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was destined to lose,one,because people had already gotten used to Lyndon Johnson's "Great Society" giveaways,which is when the mess we are in today really started,and two,because Vietnam hadn't ramped up yet! I remember a cop at 4th and Market Sts. telling me that ...
Bob Schieffer of CBS's Face The Nation made Rand Paul look pretty foolish in trying to defend GOP efforts to defund Obamacare by taking the federal government hostage. Barry Goldwater's disastrous fate lays ahead for the GOP.
Blah blah blah. We've all heard these arguments before: Ronald Reagan: “[I]f you don’t [stop Medicare] and I don’t do it, one of these days you and I are going to spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it once was like in America when men were free.”  George H.W. Bush: Described Medicare in 1964 as “socialized medicine.”  Barry Goldwater: “Having given our pensioners their medical care in kind, why not food baskets, why not public housing accommodations, why not vacation resorts, why not a ration of cigarettes for those who smoke and of beer for those who drink.”  Bob Dole: In 1996, while running for the Presidency, Dole openly bragged that he was one of 12 House members who voted against creating Medicare in 1965. “I was there, fighting the fight, voting against Medicare . . . because we knew it wouldn’t work in 1965.”  Hey, guess what? Medicare has been around for over fifty years. And, despite the Rethuglicans' consta ...
Fact: Walter Brennan campaigned for Barry Goldwater in the 1964 presidenMankind must put an end to war before war puts
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