Birch Street Radio US
Birch Street Radio US:
The John Birch Society (JBS) is an American political advocacy group that describes itself as supporting anti-communism and limited government. Its critics and academics have called it a radical right or far-right organization.
Businessman and founder Robert W. Welch Jr. (1899–1985) developed an organizational infrastructure of nationwide chapters in December 1958. After an early increase in membership and influence, efforts by critics of the JBS, such as conservative William F. Buckley Jr. and National Review, pushed for the organization to be identified as a fringe element of the conservative movement, mostly out of fear of the radicalization of the American right. More recently Jeet Heer has argued in The New Republic that while the organization’s influence peaked in the 1970s, “Bircherism” and its legacy of conspiracy theories have become the dominant strain in the conservative movement. Politico has asserted that the JBS began making a resurgence in the mid-2010s, while the JBS has argued that it shaped the modern conservative movement and especially the Trump administration. Writing in The Huffington Post, Andrew Reinbach called the JBS “the intellectual seed bank of the right.
The US stream of Birch Street Radio: Adult album alternative music – a mix of classic and modern rock, bands and singer-songwriters, hits and deep cuts, from the 60s to Today. Streaming in the US on Live365.
Radio Contact Info:
Address: Live365, 1340 Monticello Avenue, Hermitage, PA 16148
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