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Margaret Thatcher, Who Defended Civilization, Finds Her Statue Defenseless

The only direct defense came not from friend but political foe, Neil Kinnock, former Labor Party leader. When your enemies respect you, it testifies to your character.

Prime Minister Thatcher with President Reagan at the Oval Office in November 1988.

Prime Minister Thatcher with President Reagan at the Oval Office in November 1988. Via Wikimedia Commons

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DEAN KARAYANIS

Thursday, June 2, 2022

06:25:43 am

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DEAN KARAYANIS

Mr. Karayanis worked for the king of talk radio, Rush Limbaugh, for over 25 years with stints in TV news, on campaigns, and ghost/speechwriting for a variety of newsmakers. He is the creator/host of the History Author Show on iHeart Radio, producer of its documentary-style video specials, and a contributor of political and social commentary for various news organizations. He is a producer for the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show.

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