June 4th, 2009, 7:23 pm #166woodbridgelady
I really like mark levin
I have only listened to his program a few times while in my car but I like the man and his humor. Since I don't cable any longer because of the economy and can't watch Sean Hannity and Bill O"reilly, , I am going to turn the tv off conmpletely and start listening to the radio at home.
June 11th, 2009, 10:13 pm #167janobx
Mark, I'm listening! Topic-Geriatric Genocide
Just a note to let you know I enjoy your show. Please, please explain to people that this new 'healthcare bill' is aimed at the unemployed and, most importantly, people on Social Security and Medicare. Old people, like you and I, are going to get sick. We are going to require high cost medicare because we are reaching the autumn of our lives. Just at a time when we need medical care, we will be put on a list. Obama keeps referencing the high cost of Medicare and Medicad, so I'm pretty sure this is where all this is going. I wouldn't be the least surprised to learn that 'assisted suicide' will be available much more readily than an operation. Just think, goverment sponsored geriatric genocide! Sorry, I don't know how old you are but I do know that we are all going to get old sometime: so I thought I'd take you along on my thought path! Take care, Jan
July 13th, 2009, 5:36 pm #168JWinJAXFL
The Great One!
We need to hear the GREAT ONE in Jacksonville!
August 8th, 2009, 1:14 am #firstname.lastname@example.org
You're book was the best I've read all year. Next is Glenn Beck's book, then I'll read the Real George Washington. I have said (for the last eight or ten years) that only the uneducated or the uniformed vote for Democrats. Your book validates my thinking and I am glad I am not alone in my thinking.
Need to put you on prime time, would listen to you rather than Rush...
August 27th, 2009, 7:18 am #170lancelot83
'Liberty & Tyranny' arms the Conservative with a point of reference
Stating what may be obvious to most is that Mr. Levin's book provides any conservative with a clear and consise point of reference or mental framework for basic decision making. My take away's from the book are many but, ten years from now when I hear a politician making promises, my thought processes will naturally consider how far this speaker is from the Constitutional fundamentals of limited Government, checks and balances, people control vs. Government control etc.
Additionally I think that for many like myself, ideology is a journey and is cultivated to maturity over time. I believe that as those of liberal or 'statist' ideology grow older and have children, grow in faith etc., many of us tend to naturally shift to conservative thinking in many areas. This book definitely helps that journey along at a faster pace through the presentation of historical facts and basic common sense.
If you read this Mr. Levin, I do think you could have spent more time on the last Chapter. Albeit, it's a fine piece of work.
Liberty and Tyranny is now one of my favorites and I know I'll re-read it again soon. Thank you for your hard work Mr. Levin. Your book is a great contribution to American society.
12 yr. US Navy Veteran
Conservative for life
September 5th, 2009, 8:52 am #171James-Jacob-Yaqub
The Great One?????
Not to be a spoiler or anything but you need a new handle pard. "The Great One" has and always will belong to Jackie Gleason. No comedian will ever come close to his talent.
February 2nd, 2010, 10:48 pm #172dknaup1
I love Levin, but...
Sean and Mark Levin are my favorites with Rush a close second. My only knock on Levin is that I wish he was not so outright rude and resorting to name calling with so many people. Sean can vehemently disagree with people but he still keeps it civil. I rarely listen to Savage anymore as he is the same way but he also lacks Levine's intellect.
March 22nd, 2010, 6:56 pm #173bulletstopper
Mark has the best radio program! I listen to it on audio rewind at my base in Germany.
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July 13th, 2011, 4:40 am #175
The defense of the Great American turf can seem lonely at times. I'm often out numbered by the hoards of tele-zombies that think brains are for eating. They trample every white picket fence, extinguish every sparkler, put ketchup on every hot-dog and over turn every radio-flyer they can get their spindly, and surprisingly soft, little hands on.
Any time I'm feeling demoralized by the pinko-commie enslaught, I need only tune in to the Mark Levin show. It's eery how he always seems to back me up, whether he knows it or not.
Thanks Mark and may the Lord richly bless you and everyone you care about.
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July 28th, 2012, 7:43 pm #176
There is a great app for Levin's show on android. I have it and have used it. Hear Levin anywhere you can access the net with your Android device. It has high ratings so far.
"The most simple explanation is usually the correct one".
August 3rd, 2013, 12:53 am #177