What Are You Listening To?

What Are You Listening To?

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    What Are You Listening To?

    What Are You Listening To?

    By Chris Chumita

    It was not that long ago that the liberal media had total control. The anti-gun and anti-freedom organizations had free reign to use the radio and television to spew their propaganda. Pro-gun and freedom organizations were forced to use less effective means to communicate such as mass mailing and newsletters. During those dark times, pro-gun and pro-freedom editorials and stories were even rarer then they are today.

    The winds of change started several years ago. Conservative talk radio was born and its popularity continues to grow. Finally, there was an outlet for conservatives, pro-gun, and pro-freedom people to have a voice. It did not stop there. As technology grew, so did opportunities to broadcast pro-gun and pro-freedom messages. Today, we have a growing number of pro-gun and pro-freedom radio shows, internet shows, and podcasts. Listed below you will find a list of the most notable shows.

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    I don't listen to talk radio of any ilk. I don't read propaganda rags nor watch "news" programming. I've had the misfortune of seeing the "news" with my own eyes and then seeing, hearing or reading what was reported and realizing how totally different it was from what I witnessed.
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    talk radio for me.
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    I enjoy listening to talk radio several times a week, although I haven't found any host who lines up with my personal belief's 100%

    I can't get Air America (I think that's the name of the liberal talk network) up here in Northern Michigan except on certain nights, and when it does come in, I will listen to that as well, although I tend to disagree with most of what I hear.... but it tends to make me angry, and that motivates me to take a stand. If I hear something that really gets my dander up, I will spout off about it all over town, and try to support my arguments against what I heard with several facts. I would hope my ramblings would help motivate other people to take a stand as well (the beginnings of grass roots movements).

    But I also consider myself an odd duck. Even when a certain talk show host and I agree on a point, I'd rather find someone I disagre with to listen too.... Kind of the "know your enemy" mentality.
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    Michael Savage of The Savage Nation is the only talk radio guy I listen to.

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    Yep!

    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Michael Savage of The Savage Nation is the only talk radio guy I listen to.


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    I'll listen to local talk radio (980 KMBZ), Rush or OReilly if I happen to be on the road during their shows, and Savage if I'm running around in the evening. I also watch OReilly once a week or so, and I read several internet news sites, mostly firearm related, and the Kansas City (Red) Star, when I can pick up an issue at a restaurant and avoid sending my money their way.

    I don't agree with anyone on every issue, but what good would it do to listen to only one point of view? I'll never understand people who don't pay any attention to the news... I couldn't stand not knowing what was going on in the world.
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    NPR all the time

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    When I'm in my Tahoe, I listen to KTRH talk radio here in Houston. When I'm on my bike, I listen to the wind rushing by.

    ...Frankly, the wind usually makes a lot more sense.

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    I listen to any of the conservative talk shows as they make sense.
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    Scott, I couldn't have said it better myself. Only reason I'll pay attention to a "news" service is for work or school. There's so much slant its rediculous. NPR really isn't bad, though. They have a lot of "just the facts" items. Otherwise - If I wanted to be told what to think, I would have done better is school and listened to my teachers tell me that a kilometer was longer than a mile. Hahaha!!!

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    I usually like music instead, but sometimes after hearing all the liberal drivel on the "mainstream" stations, I need to hear stuff that makes sense and makes me feel like I am not in the minority on major issues.

    Then its Glenn Beck, Laura Ingram, and Michael Savage.

    Helps me sleep at night.

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    I don't listen to talk radio either....I do watch Fox, CNN (on occasion) and the Glen Beck show.

    My radio listening is general reserved to my favorite tunes and/or radio (music) shows (to include streaming internet shows and/or iPod podcasts) of WNYU's (NY University's) New Afternoon Show and Beats in Space.
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