Skip to comments.Sadness in the Savage Nation
Posted on 10/02/2012 5:02:49 AM PDT by scottfactor
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You’re a pseudocon.
Pyne was a quasi-mentor to teh great Bob Grant. Levin, for one, took Grnat's "get off the phone" phrase and made it his own.
Grant was the one who got me started on talk radio, back when he was at WMCA.
Let’s find him a syndicator.
Yes I remember Grant telling how protests against Pyne caused WOR(?) to immediately stop carrying Pyne's national show and Grant had to fill in at the station that very day.
I recall those days though I did not know of Pyne until I saw his TV show. Pyne was a critic of JFK. When JFK was assassinated the liberals -- including JFK friend James "Scotty" Reston of the NY Times -- accused the emerging modern conservative movement of causing Oswald to assassinate Kennedy and of crimes of hate and violence in general.
Pyne was just one of the victims of the liberals' lies.
I suspect he will be back on air before long..he might wait until after the election though. He probably needs a break. I’ve been listening online since 2001 as I prefer to download the podcast from piratebay or listen on one of the sites that hosted his show so I hope that is available again soon!
Have yet to hear Savage.
I miss his show. He has an unusual voice ... that I like.
Has some of you all heard his new program?
"Michael Savage (born Michael Alan Weiner; March 31, 1942)"
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hooray for Nutritionists!!!
It appears not to be offered by any of our local stations, so maybe the inter-net is the way to listen to Michael Savage.
There was no warning when he quit his other contracts. It was stated by the local affiliate that he showed no consideration of his 8,000,000 listeners. So I am guessing they will not pick SAVAGE up for now.
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