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  • 01:57

    Break Free Monday

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonights show will feature a debate and dialougue between different world views .The topics will be plenty and the times equal.This is an opportunity to exchange different ideas and create a clear distinction between where we are and where we want to go in the future.On one side you have traditional conservatism and on the other non partisans who subscribe to no ideology.While we are almost guaranteed to not agree on much, at the end of the night we hope to have "Clarity Over Agreement".Remember that monday nights are not for everybody,so for those of you that cant handle it.PLEASE GO TO ANOTHER SHOW.If you can and you want to participate call in @ 424-222-5255...

  • 01:32

    Freedom Radio: Gunny Popaditch and 'Fast and Furious'

    in Politics Conservative

    Freedom Radio welcomes back to our show retired USMC and Silver Star recipient Nick Popaditch, Sunday June 19th at 8 pm EST. Also known as Gunny Pop, Mr. Popaditch returns to Freedom Radio on a very special mission and we need your help. We’re looking for a few good Americans to help Gunny Pop complete this mission. Are you with us?
    Also join us this Sunday as the Freedom Radio Team presents a straightforward analysis of Operation Fast & Furious. If you think this ain’t big, think Watergate with AK47s.  The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms’ mission is to interdict weapons to prevent the people who would commit crimes from being well armed.  A fatally flawed plan, exercised under the Phoenix branch of the ATF, named “Fast & Furious” may well have been activated for other purposes, without regard for human life. This is why Congressional oversight of this operation has begun with well disciplined hearings being conducted with Darrell Issa at the helm. “Fast & Furious” was fatally flawed from its inception if indeed its goal as stated was the taking down of drug cartels by building a federal case, it WAS NOT by the use of the always necessary chain of custody procedures to roll up all the recipients of the weapons. As such, the stated goal was impossible. Everyone knows the Mexican cartels buy weapons for criminal purposes; allowing weapons to “walk” necessarily involved these specific F & F weapons in criminal acts of bloodshed and murder. Yet the program went on, even as its proponents knew that the NEXT time the weapons would be at a crime scene where there would be blood and dead bodies.