The opening segment from today’s Tammy Radio. We hope you like it.

Here are the links to the video/audio included in the broadcast:

Thatcher: There Is No Such Thing As Public Money

Thatcher On Socialism: “He Would Rather The Poor Were Poorer, Provided The Rich Were Less Rich”

Margaret Thatcher: “The Lady’s Not For Turning,” 1981

Thatcher Speaks At The White House, 1979

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  1. lawmom90 says:

    I am completely in awe of this remarkable woman. She embodies fully the idea that you can rely on God, follow your heart, make a difference, save a country, change a world, just by existing and doing what’s right. I find her a great source of inspiration and there are way too few of her caliber in this world. Tammy, thank you so much for your thoughtful tribute to her and for sharing it with us.

  2. midget says:

    History will prove how effective three Christians ,with God’s help, could change the world.

  3. ancientwrrior says:

    Rest now my lady your task now completed. Well done Lady Thatcher, well done.

  4. Kitten says:

    I was able to listen to the first 20 mins of the program today at work and the tribute to Lady Thatcher moved me to tears. Unapologetic greatness that stood firm in the face of her adversaries. And to think, she lived during my lifetime.

    Thanks, Tammy.

  5. FrankRemley says:

    Thatcher was right. The liberal philosophy has always been to spread the misery.

  6. rosebud2186 says:

    I’d be nice if PBS were to show a special presentation to honor Thatcher…or History Channel, perhaps? or would they try to make it look like she led the way for Obama?

  7. Cathode Rays says:

    Hate to bring up another unpleasant topic, but the tributes on Fox News (which are very good) remind me how VERY BAD the movie about her was. It emphasized her recent dementia and portrayed her as Obama-esque in the past. NOTHING could be further from the truth. Do yourself a favor and don’t see it.

    The Iron Lady was brilliant, and in the conveyance of ideas, using so few words!

  8. Alain41 says:

    The below is a great example of the character of Mrs. Thatcher. When England’s poet challenged her, she delivered. She wasn’t posing like so many leaders today.

    “…Philip Larkin, the one great poet at the time, was asked on a television program how he could possibly be a capital C Conservative since that meant supporting Mrs. Thatcher. She was so intelligent, he said blinking owlishly, and so sexy. Inviting him to Downing Street, Mrs. Thatcher said she liked his poems. Quote one, he replied, and she came out with his line about being as sharp as a drawer full of knives….”

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  10. makeshifty says:

    It was a bit cathartic hearing her speak simple truths. I so wish we had political leaders today who would say what she said all those years ago. It made me realize how scared I am of the path we’re on, and how good we had it. If anyone comes close to saying what she said they’re branded an “extremist” now, which is such a joke. Margaret Thatcher today sounds to me like the voice of moderation. What’s happening now is what’s extreme.

    Re. They want the poor to be poorer so that the rich are less rich

    This part reminded me of the George H.W. Bush campaign. I think I heard this when he ran against Dukakis in ’88. Colorado representatives of both campaigns came to my college campus and debated each other, also answering student questions. I distinctly remember the Bush representative at some point blurting out, “The Democrats want everyone to be equally poor.” I, being a Democrat at the time, was aghast to hear such a charge from a Republican. It had an impact on me like he was accusing Democrats of treason. Several fellow students also gasped at this. How could he say such a thing? I certainly didn’t think that’s what the Democrats were about. It seemed to me they were just giving the lower rungs a leg up, not pulling anyone down. Now, I wonder if that guy was right all along, and I just had no idea. It took a lot more understanding of politics and economics for me to get it. I was in no intellectual shape to do so at the time. Such was the state of my education.

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