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Radio hate monger of the 1930s Father Coughlin returns to Fox News

Charles Edward Coughlin (/ˈkɒɡlɪn/ KOG-lin; October 25, 1891 – October 27, 1979), commonly known as Father Coughlin, was a Canadian-American Roman Catholic priest who was based in the United States near Detroit. He was the founding priest of the National Shrine of the Little Flower church. He was one of the first political leaders to use radio to reach a mass audience: during the 1930s, an estimated 30 million listeners tuned to his weekly broadcasts.

Father Couglin returns to America not wearing his customary frock…

Wikipedia: Tucker Carlson, Father Coughlin redux:

An advocate of U.S. president Donald Trump, Carlson has been described by Politicoas “perhaps the highest-profile proponent of ‘Trumpism‘ and willing to criticize Trump if he strayed from it.”[ He is also said to have influenced some key policy decisions by Trump. As of 2020, Tucker Carlson Tonight is the most-watched cable news show in the United States. Carlson’s controversial statements on raceimmigration and women have led to advertiser boycotts against the show.

A vocal opponent of progressivism, Carlson has been called a nationalist.[11]Originally a proponent of libertarian economic policy and a supporter of Ron Paul, Carlson would come to criticize the ideology as being “controlled by the banks” and became an active adherer to protectionism.[2][12] He has also espoused anti-interventionalist views, renouncing his initial support of the Iraq War the year after it was declared.[

One reply on “Radio hate monger of the 1930s Father Coughlin returns to Fox News”

This is to ask if you hold a copyright on the photo of Trump dressed as Cesar in the Oval Office? I would like to use that photo for the front cover of a book I am publishing through Amazon entitled Corruptus Interruptus. If you do not own the photo, could you tell me who does.
Thank you for your assistance.
David Hume

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