Liberty Net: April 30, 2011

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET has many purposes: comradeship, bypassing the billionaires’ media and sharing information directly, personal inspiration, amateur-to-amateur help and advice, and much more. It may take a little courage to say the emperor has no clothes for the first time — but courage is contagious. So get a ham ticket if you don’t already have one, and check in to the next session of amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net.

Listen: Liberty Net 4/30

Here are just a few of the topics discussed and debated this week:

• When Medicare refuses to pay and engages in endless delaying tactics — as more and more Americans are experiencing lately — is it appropriate for a citizen to employ a collection agency? (35 minutes)

• There’s a grassroots movement to get millions of Americans to buy an ounce or more of silver and take physical delivery. This, it is hoped, will make it difficult for J.P. Morgan Chase to cover their illegal naked short selling of the metal — and might even force them to stop the practice, which regulators refuse to investigate. (55 minutes)

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