Liberty Net: February 4, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THERE ARE MANY MORE free forums in America today, thanks to the Internet, than there were twenty years ago — and the tremendous cachet of pro-peace and pro-freedom candidates is one evidence of this. Alternative politics are bigger than they have been in a long time, and Liberty Net participants are proud to have been one of the pioneering groups to bypass the censorship of the controlled media. And, even after 38 years, the Liberty Net is still going strong!

Listen: Liberty Net 2/4

Here’s a small sampling of what you’ll hear on this week’s recording:

• When the Croatian government exerted pressure on its citizens to get them to vote to join the EU, it is one of the few instances of rats jumping onto a sinking ship. (2 minutes)

• So far in 2012’s “recovery,” seven banks have failed — and many times that number are about to fail. (12 minutes)

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Liberty Net: January 28, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THE LIBERTY NET has been through several transitions, from its early days in the 70s, through the dawning of the Internet and digital recording, and now enhanced through full integration with VoIP and Web 2.0 technology. These additions let amateur operators who are temporarily off the air participate, and the online streaming and archived recordings make the net almost impervious to jamming.

Listen: Liberty Net 1/28

Here’s a sample of what you’ll hear on this week’s Liberty Net recording:

• A court in Georgia has ordered the current occupant of the White House to appear and answer questions about his qualifications to serve as President. Obama, however, has brazenly flouted the order, saying through his mouthpiece that he was “terminating his participation in this proceeding.” (23 minutes)

• A textual analysis of the latest State of the Union address indicates that it was written to match an 8th grade level of comprehension. (26 minutes)

• Google’s new “privacy policy” really amounts to a “tracking and spying policy,” and with Google’s history of cooperating with the Beijing and Washington regimes, it gives one pause to consider cancelling all Google and Google-related accounts like Gmail, Blogger, and YouTube. (41 minutes)

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Liberty Net: January 21, 2012

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

2012 is beginning as a real growth year for the Liberty Net, as the number of check-ins and the length of the weekly sessions keep growing. Always remember that my summaries here can only barely touch on the subject matter brought up — and give only a hint of the honest and heart-felt way it is presented.

Listen: Liberty Net 1/21

Here’s a small selection of what you can hear on our latest recording:

• Iceland refused to bail out the banksters and was threatened with severe retaliation. So far, there’s been no severe effect and business is quite good in that plucky, independence-loving nation. (10 minutes)

• The most fraudulent holiday with the phoniest “hero” ever vended to us by the regime has got to be “Martin Luther King Day.” See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EELhEguhU8M for more details. (17 minutes)

• The regime is spending $1.6 million to restore six “Chicano murals” in San Diego which promote the takeover of California by Communists and Mestizos. Ostensibly, this project is “enhancing the transportation infrastructure” of the region. (21 minutes)

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