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Charles Wiley, a veteran journalist who served in World War II and covered eleven wars as a reporter, is a longtime popular speaker for Accuracy in Media, continuing to speak on campuses still today, into his 90s. Wiley racked up thousands of hours on air with Barry Farber.
by | Dec 12, 2021

By good fortune, I had a series of front-row seats to watch the United States go to war. After failing, at age 15, to fib my way into joining the Marines on the morning after Pearl Harbor, I became one…

by | Dec 6, 2021

Three weeks past my 15th birthday, I attended the New York Giants-Brooklyn Dodgers football game at the Polo Grounds with my friend Burt Boyar and 55,000 fans. At half-time, the stadium announcer read a long list of names — high-ranking…

by | Nov 4, 2021

Charles Wiley, a 95-year-old World War II veteran, with over 65 years experience as a foreign/military correspondent and lecturer, says: I’m against the United States being the policeman of the world. I’m against a policy of nation building. Unfortunately, our country followed…

by | Oct 15, 2021

Growing up in New York City, I started playing sand-lot baseball in Central Park at age 9. I collected hundreds of baseball cards — that my mom threw away (ouch!) while I was in the Navy, serving in the Pacific….

by | May 17, 2020

Barry Farber was my pal for over 50 years, since we first met on November 4, 1965. I know the exact date because we were on the air together in a tribute to our mutual friend, the great war correspondent,…

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