Liberty Net for Week of May 1-8

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE WEEKLY Liberty Net was on the air in fine style this week, with lots of debate and controversy over politics, finance, the invasion of America on its southern border, and the malicious use to which the tragic oil spill might be put by foreign forces determined to keep America militarily engaged in the Middle East.

Listen to or download the Liberty Net recorded May 1, 2010

Here are some of the topics discussed on the Liberty Net recorded by N2IRJ on May 1st:

• Has John McCain been replaced by a well-groomed look-alike while the real McCain vacations in Fiji? (1 hour 3 minutes)

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Liberty Net for Week of April 3-10

The authors of the Constitution fought "To secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity" -- in other words to our own descendants, our own people, our own race.

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE EASTER WEEK Liberty Net was a session full of cheer, friendship, sharing (of both good spirits and information), and camaraderie in the face of some intentional interference. This venerable net is on the air every Saturday night at 10PM Eastern Time on (or near, within about 10 kHz) 3950 kHz SSB.

Here is just a tiny selection of highlights from this week’s Liberty Net, brought to you by Net Control Station (NCS) W1WCR. The times indicated are from the beginning of the recording:

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

• When you have a country with bad demographics, you will inevitably have bad politicians. This is always the downfall of democracy. (13 minutes)

• Should an IQ test be mandated for anyone who wants to run for Congress? (14 minutes)

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Liberty Net for Week of February 27 – March 6

The upside down flag is an internationally recognized symbol of distress. It is an appropriate symbol for the crisis now engulfing American society. Intelligent amateur radio operators discuss that crisis every Saturday night on the Liberty Net -- within 10 kHz or so of 3950 SSB, starting at 10PM Eastern Time.

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

TERRIFIC STORMS knocked out Net Control Station W1WCR’s main antenna system and propagation was poor, but the Liberty Net — amateur radio’s historic free speech net of four decades’ standing — continued as usual with more mind-expanding information than can ever be found on the commercial broadcasting bands. In fact, the Liberty Net alone is enough to justify the effort and expense of purchasing a shortwave radio and setting up an antenna system. And when the criminals in Congress are eventually ordered to shut down or censor the Internet, shortwave radio may well be the only way to freely communicate over wide areas.

Thanks to Marty, N2IRJ, you’re able to listen to the Liberty Net right now on your computer — or download the file and listen on your portable mp3 player. And N2SAG operates a live feed and chat during Net times that lets you make an end run around jammers and a fickle ionosphere.

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

Here are just a few of the many subjects of discussion and debate on this week’s Liberty Net recording:

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