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William F. Buckely’s Towson Connection

Professor Richard Vatz has an excellent piece on William F. Buckley Jr. and a connection to Towson on the Ehrlich’s WBAL page.

He also said – more cleverly, but less famously — “I won’t insult your
intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said.” He also, in accounting for why one of the Kennedy brothers wouldn’t debate him, said “Why does baloney reject the grinder?”

Additionally he said, “The real threat, as seen by the ACLU, is that religious behavior might give secular behavior a bad name, and that is, surely, unconstitutional.” He had the exemplary conservative ethos: He could always disagree strongly without being disagreeable.

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