Liberty Net: July 31, 2010

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

CONDITIONS were excellent this week on the Liberty Net, and so were the conversations. Check-ins spanned the entire eastern half of North America. Here are just a few of the highlights from this week’s most exciting net on the amateur radio bands:

Download or listen to the Liberty Net recorded July 31

• Obama made a recent statement on “The View” that most Blacks in America are “mongrels.” If a White person had made such a statement, the media would have gone into overdrive and there likely would have been rioting in the streets. (12 minutes)

• Maxine Waters can be properly described as the Communist representative from California, now that she has openly stated that all businesses should be seized by the government. (24 minutes)

• Why are the bank failure announcements always made late on Friday? — in hopes that they will no longer be “news” by Monday? So far, despite the “happy talk” from the regime in Washington, the bank failure rate is almost twice as high this year than in 2009. (26 minutes)

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Liberty Net for Week of April 24 – May 1

by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO

THIS WEEK a computer crash caused N2IRJ’s recording to be lost — but we do have a partial recording from an online receiver, so some of this week’s Liberty Net (recorded 4/24) can still be heard. The Liberty Net is amateur radio’s premiere and longest-running discussion net, on the air since 1974. The Net Control Station is published author and antenna innovator Victor Misek, W1WCR.

Listen to or download this week's Liberty Net

It was good to note the return of Vern, W9FAM, a broadcast station owner and talk show host in his own right, who’s been covering politics since he sat in on town hall meetings run by Obama predecessor and role model Franklin Roosevelt. Vern has been absent from the Net for several years. He puts in an excellent, high-quality signal.

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