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    • John Wayne on liberals - Duration: 4 minutes, 25 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      Audio excerpted and condensed from, 1975.
      Interview conducted by Tony Macklin. Audio interview originally published on February 15, 2009 on
      The interview was in Way...
    • Chris Farley impersonates Newt Gingrich - Duration: 10 minutes.

      • 6 years ago
      Newt Gingrich Impersonation - C-SPAN Video Library
    • Nayirah Kuwaiti girl testimony - Duration: 6 minutes, 8 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      Nayirah al-Ṣabaḥ (Arabic: نيره الصباح‎), called "Nurse Nayirah" in the media, was a fifteen-year-old Kuwaiti girl, who alleged that she had witnessed the murder of infant children by Iraqi soldiers...
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    • Muhammad Ali - Racial Integration - Duration: 3 minutes, 29 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      Muhammad Ali talks about racial integration in USA; November 1971 on Parkinson, a British television chat show.

      "You may be right, dead right, as you speed along in your argument; but as far as ch...
    • John Denver at PMRC Hearings - Duration: 7 minutes, 39 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      The PMRC, headed by Tipper Gore and the other "Washington wives" put together senate hearings to produce some legislation regarding music lyrics. John Denver called it censorship.

      Rock Lyrics Reco...
    • John Steinbeck gives Nobel Prize Speech - Duration: 5 minutes, 27 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      John Steinbeck's speech at the Nobel Banquet at the City Hall in Stockholm, December 10, 1962

      "Literature was not promulgated by a pale and emasculated critical priesthood singing their litanies i...
    • Thomas Sowell with Joe Biden - Duration: 9 minutes, 46 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      During Robert Bork's nomination to the Supreme Court under Reagan.

      " In the course of any given year, Congress votes on taxes, medical care, military spending, foreign aid, agriculture, labor, i...
    • Joseph McCarthy on Democrats - Duration: 73 seconds.

      • 7 years ago
      "McCarthy generally, as an individual, was a liberal. He was, in economic philosophy and a lot of other things, extremeyl liberal." - Roy Cohn (McCarthy's cheif counsel)

      "This war in which we are ...
    • Formal education isn't for everyone--Thomas Sowell - Duration: 3 minutes, 51 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      Excerpted from the Diane Rehm Radio Talk Show, Jan 13, 1993
      Dr. Sowell discussed his new book about the failures of the U.S. education system, "Inside American Education". He stated that many educa...
    • Sonny Bono grills Janet Reno over Waco - Duration: 6 minutes, 5 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
      1995, Congressman Sonny Bono asks then Attorney General Janet Reno about gassing children at Waco.
    • Wright Interview 9/28/1957 clip1 - Duration: 10 minutes.

      • 8 years ago
      This is from the Mike Wallace Interview 9/28/1957. It is a straight-through clip that starts somewhere in the middle of the interview. The whole interview, plus the 9/1/1957 interview, can be viewe...
    • Frank Lloyd Wright 1957 Interview - Duration: 5 minutes, 11 seconds.

      • 7 years ago
      Taliesin, June 18, 1957.
      This is a condensed version of an interview that can be found at The video was split into several segments and rearranged to shorten what was origi...
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  • U.S. Politics: 1930s-1980s Play all

    "The only way to find out anything about what kinds of lives people led in any given period is to tunnel into their records and to let them speak for themselves." - John Dos Passos

    Hoover (1929-1933)
    FDR (1933-1945)
    Truman (1945-1953)
    Eisenhower (1953-1961)
    JFK (1961-1963)
    LBJ (1963-1969)
    Nixon (1969-1974)
    Ford (1974-1977)
    Carter (1977-1981)
    Reagan (1981-1989)
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  • Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks Play all

    "See our government! Too big! See our schools! Trampling of the herd under unqualified herdsmen! See our cities! Overgrown villages! See our industries! Averaging the grand average! See our cars and trucks! A menace overgrown! See our hospitals! Now so big the sick are only merchandise! One look at our big executives! Yes, bigger than any Constitution made, unless we awake. They are now calling lusty license 'free enterprise.'" - FLW, 1952

    "Any enterprise depreciating American idealism to an abject level no higher than the concept of 'the common man' is either communistic or some low form of socialism that our brave progenitors feared and our friends abroad sometimes prophesy. For when the free man our forefathers conceived falls under the regime of the committee-mind, individuality is lost in the average of averages. By playing down to the idea of the common man, dogmatic political authority exploits him; and has gone far to destroy for everyone reverence for distinction and individual achievement by personal virtue and sacrifice. So the ideal of innate aristocracy of which our forefathers dreamed is betrayed for votes in the name of democracy." - FLW

    "Our biggest machine became not the corporations of big industry, but incorporated government, and biggest of all, the machinery of education." -FLW

    "I know of nothing more silly than to expect government to solve our advanced problems for us. If we have no ideas, how can government have any? That is a sensible question to ask, and the answer is that government as a majority affair can never have any. So, I see the tragedy of entrusting to government billions to spend on billions. Why should government ever be entrusted to build buildings? Inevitably buildings are for tomorrow. That is the last thing government should be expected or allowed to do because in entrusting building to government, we must go ten or one-hundred years backward instead of ten years ahead into the future. Tragic! But to talk against it is just so much water over the dam. The driver may not know where to go but he is in the driver's seat."- FLW

    "I believe totally in a Capitalist System, I only wish that someone would try it." - FLW

    "A socialist might shut out the sunlight from a free and developing people with his own shadow. But an artist is too true an individualist to suffer such an imposition, much less perpetrate it." - FLW, 1914

    "As for me, I expect less than nothing from Washington at any time--past, present or future." - FLW

    "Why have we denied and gone against every fundamental principle that we found our forefathers—or would have found if we studied it—declared as freedom? I can't understand it, unless it is that all our standards are so mixed, like our blood, that we have lost sight of anything straightforward, clean, true, and original."-FLW
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