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FReeper Michael Zak of Grand Old Partisan on WCTC 1450 AM this afternoon (April 7, 2007)
WCTC 1450 AM Radio ^ | April 7, 2007 | Keith Rasmussen and Maggie Glynn

Posted on 04/07/2007 9:08:08 AM PDT by shoptalk

Michael Zak will join Loud & Clear (Central Jersey 1450 AM WCTC) to discuss his book, Back to Basics for the Republican Party, and his blog, Grand Old Partisan, this afternoon (March 10, 2007).

Mr. Zak emphasizes the fact that the Grand Old Party was established by anti-slavery activists to oppose the pro-slavery policies of the Democrats. To this day, the Republican Party has an extraordinary, though overlooked, record of achievement in advancing civil rights in the United States and around the world.

Mr. Zak will be the guest of Keith Rasmussen and Maggie Glynn who host Loud & Clear on Central Jersey 1450 - 3 pm to 6 pm Eastern. He will join Loud & Clear at 3:15 pm (Eastern).

Mr. Zak is the proprietor of http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com/ , the blog that celebrates the heritage of the Republican Party. He is also a frequent contributor to The American Thinker. His FReeper handle: since 1854.

Listen live here: http://www.wctcam.com/

Call in toll free at 888 545-9282 (888 545-WCTC).


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1 posted on 04/07/2007 9:08:11 AM PDT by shoptalk
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To: shoptalk

The link to the Grand Old Partisan blog is http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com. Also, see http://www.republicanbasics.com for more information.


2 posted on 04/07/2007 9:19:09 AM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: since 1854

Thanks!

Looking forward to hearing you this afternoon.


3 posted on 04/07/2007 9:21:08 AM PDT by shoptalk
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To: shoptalk

Bump for a message that people who love the GOP need to hear.


4 posted on 04/07/2007 11:02:52 AM PDT by Colonel Kangaroo
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To: shoptalk
Would that be the Republican Party that set out to enlarge federal power, to the benefit of the manufacturing north, and laid on the tariff to burden the south?

The Republican party that raised an invasion army to set off the bloodiest conflict ever on our land?

That Republican Party?

5 posted on 04/07/2007 11:09:32 AM PDT by don-o (Fight, fight. fight to drive the GOP to the right!!!!)
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To: don-o

No.


6 posted on 04/07/2007 11:59:03 AM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: don-o; stainlessbanner; stand watie; 4CJ
Would that be the Republican Party that set out to enlarge federal power, to the benefit of the manufacturing north, and laid on the tariff to burden the south? The Republican party that raised an invasion army to set off the bloodiest conflict ever on our land? That Republican Party?

Why yes, it would be that Republican party. The political descendants of worthless men like Alexander Hamilton and Henry Clay. The supporters of 'internal improvements' that had been outlawed by most states because of the insolvency it caused. The ones that invented 'greenbacks' and introduced the citizens of the sovereign states to a whole new form of slavery and forced subservience to the central State. The supporters of federal subsidies for favorite industries. It is that Republican party. I know I'll be tuning in....oh wait, I have to watch paint dry this afternoon. Hmmmm......

7 posted on 04/07/2007 12:10:41 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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To: billbears

“Those who do remember the past are condemned to quote George Santayana.”


8 posted on 04/07/2007 12:47:57 PM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: since 1854

Yes and unfortunately too many will not remember the past and vote Republican under the mistaken belief they believe in smaller government moreso than their Democratic counterparts (of course minus the few left of us that remember limited government). When in fact it neither party does anymore. We just have the Republicans to thank for bringing us big government in the first place


9 posted on 04/07/2007 2:04:57 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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To: don-o
Would that be the Republican Party that set out to enlarge federal power, to the benefit of the manufacturing north, and laid on the tariff to burden the south?

The Democrats/Confederates didn't mind enlarged government power when and where it benefited them. There was no principle involved other than the principle of grabbing all the power they could for themselves to promote slavery. Look at the secession declarations of the rebelling states and I don't think you'll find a single noble sentiment in them.

The Republican party that raised an invasion army to set off the bloodiest conflict ever on our land?

A lot of southerners , black and white, saw that invading army as liberators from the tyranny of the plantation class.

10 posted on 04/07/2007 4:14:54 PM PDT by Colonel Kangaroo
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To: billbears
The political descendants of worthless men like Alexander Hamilton and Henry Clay

"worthless" is an ironic adjective from one who seems to value the principles held by those who apparently couldn't even survive without holding their fellow men in bondage.

The Republicans were champions of the right of all men to provide for themselves which was obviously repellent to the Confederates' selfish agenda.

11 posted on 04/07/2007 4:25:57 PM PDT by Colonel Kangaroo
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To: Colonel Kangaroo
laughing AT you, "roo".

you're a HOOT!!!

free dixie,sw

12 posted on 04/08/2007 8:57:25 AM PDT by stand watie ("Resistance to tyrants is OBEDIENCE to God." - T. Jefferson, 1804)
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To: since 1854; Admin Moderator
i thought you were BANNED forever as "GOPartisan". WHY are you BACK???

free dixie,sw

13 posted on 04/08/2007 8:58:27 AM PDT by stand watie ("Resistance to tyrants is OBEDIENCE to God." - T. Jefferson, 1804)
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To: stand watie

you THOUGHT wrong!!!


14 posted on 04/08/2007 2:41:38 PM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: billbears; Colonel Kangaroo

Abraham Lincoln described Henry Clay as “the man for whom I fought all my humble life.”


15 posted on 04/08/2007 7:46:57 PM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: since 1854
are you denying that you were (in a previous "FReeper life") the HATER/REVISIONIST/NITWIT, "GOPartisan"????

free dixie,sw

16 posted on 04/10/2007 8:30:42 AM PDT by stand watie ("Resistance to tyrants is OBEDIENCE to God." - T. Jefferson, 1804)
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To: since 1854
I like how the witted (by a half) twit trys to call a pre-emptive "mommy" strike down on ya...Not very sportin;'}

I'm tellin mom!
17 posted on 04/10/2007 7:42:31 PM PDT by rockrr (Never argue with a man who buys ammo in bulk...)
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To: rockrr

Thanks. Such kooks discredit Free Republic.


18 posted on 04/11/2007 4:37:30 AM PDT by since 1854 (http://grandoldpartisan.typepad.com)
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To: stand watie
"Grand Old Partisan" http://www.freerepublic.com/~grandoldpartisan/

This account has been banned or suspended.



19 posted on 04/12/2007 6:21:18 AM PDT by 4CJ (Annoy a liberal, honour Christians and our gallant Confederate dead)
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To: billbears
Why yes, it would be that Republican party. The political descendants of worthless men like Alexander Hamilton and Henry Clay. The supporters of 'internal improvements' that had been outlawed by most states because of the insolvency it caused. The ones that invented 'greenbacks' and introduced the citizens of the sovereign states to a whole new form of slavery and forced subservience to the central State. The supporters of federal subsidies for favorite industries. It is that Republican party. I know I'll be tuning in....oh wait, I have to watch paint dry this afternoon. Hmmmm......

That Republican Party is todays Dhimocratic party. The Democrats of that period are todays Reagan Republicans. Bump for honesty.

20 posted on 04/12/2007 6:25:15 AM PDT by 4CJ (Annoy a liberal, honour Christians and our gallant Confederate dead)
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To: 4CJ; since 1854
GOOD.

"1854" seems determined to help the DIMocRATS reclaim the "solid south", by constantly WORSHIPING lincoln, the TYRANT & WAR CRIMINAL, on this forum.

trust me, there are NO "lincoln day dinners" sponsored anywhere in dixie by the GOP, as we want to WIN elections!!!

free dixie,sw

21 posted on 04/12/2007 8:06:43 AM PDT by stand watie ("Resistance to tyrants is OBEDIENCE to God." - T. Jefferson, 1804)
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