Podcast notes for broken show — and a hiatus announcement.

Shelly and I tried to record a show last night, but technical difficulties kept the audio from being laid to track.  While I hope to potentially have a guest host sit in this weekend to fill in the content-gap, there are no promises.

In the interim, here’s the link list containing the stories we were to cover.

If I’m able to get a remote co-host’s audio put to track, expect a posting on either Sunday or Monday.

Otherwise, here’s the link list.  We’ll be back on the air as soon as we’re able.  Apologies for the inconvenience.


Podcast: Episode 1.4

Lemme guess: you voted for statism, didn't you?

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Intro: Nine Inch Nails – “Hyperpower!
Outro: Shelly – “State and Serf

Topics on the show included…

Vigilant Citizen – “The 25 Rules of Disinformation”


“The 25 Rules of Disinformation”

Vigilant Citizen | 24 May 2011

From Twenty-Five Ways To Suppress Truth: The Rules of Disinformation (Includes The 8 Traits of A Disinformationalist) by H. Michael Sweeney. These 25 rules are everywhere in media, from political debates, to television shows, to comments on a blog.


Podcast: Episode 1.3

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Intro: Nine Inch Nails – “Hyperpower!
Outro: Shelly – “It’s a One-Party World


Paul Joseph Watson – “Staged: White House ‘Situation Room’ Photos Part Of Bin Laden Fable”


Staged: White House “Situation Room” Photos Part Of Bin Laden Fable

Paul Joseph Watson | May 5, 2011

In addition to images of President Obama’s address to the American public on Sunday night, it has emerged that the dramatic photos of Obama, Biden, Hillary Clinton and members of the White House security team watching the assassination of Bin Laden “live” were in fact completely staged, casting further doubt on the ever-changing official account of the operation.


Podcast: Episode 1.1

Zombie bin Laden--back for the brains we shot out of the back of his head...

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After a long wait, many starts, stops, fits, and restarts: finally… a new podcast.  Much has happened since this show has last fired up the “ON AIR” sign.  We’ve invaded four (or is it five?) new nations; receded mildly a front in the Iraq War; expanded the Afghanistan War; started murdering lotsa people in Pakistan with drones and missles; we’ve seen QE1 and QE2; and TARP has been expanded under the Obama junta (among many other horrible things!).  Plenty has stayed the same, though: we still torture; Gitmo’s still open; the political parties are corrupt; Goldman-Sachs still has operatives planted all over the place; and gold and silver prices keep risingrisingrising!


Paul Joseph Watson – “Forget Pakistan, US Knew Bin Laden’s Location All Along”


Forget Pakistan, US Knew Bin Laden’s Location All Along

Paul Joseph Watson | May 3, 2011

The notion that the US was only aware of Bin Laden’s precise location for a matter of months before they executed their alleged raid of his compound in Pakistan is an insult to the truth, which is that the US knew the Al-Qaeda leader’s precise whereabouts before 9/11 and also protected him from capture on numerous occasions afterwards.


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Steve Watson – “Heavy Snow Fall In South Africa Blamed On Global Warming”


Heavy Snow Fall In South Africa Blamed On Global Warming
Phantom warming still cited as NASA sounds alarm bells on greatly reduced solar activity

Steve Watson | September 23, 2008

Unexpected snowfall and freezing temperatures in the KwaZulu-Natal region of South Africa has been described by so called climate experts as a feature of global warming.

The country experienced its coldest night on record two nights ago — in the spring time.

The adverse weather has shocked and surprised many locals, with forecasters warning that worse conditions could follow.

The snow is part of a continuing pattern of cold snaps across the continent that has also seen unprecedented ice storms in Kenya, resulting in 4 inch deep hail covering the ground.


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WCAU-TV – “School Shooting Drill Terrifies Unknowing Teachers”


School Shooting Drill Terrifies Unknowing Teachers

WCAU-TV | September 17, 2008

About 50 teachers at a New Jersey school experienced a terrifying moment when a shooting rampage turned out to be a drill, but the teachers didn’t know it.

It happened Aug. 28 at the Phillipsburg New Jersey Early Learning Center.

A man burst into the library and started shooting. But the gun didn’t have any bullets, just blanks.


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Timm Herdt – “Global warming may bring cooler summers near coast”


Global warming may bring cooler summers near coast
Changing climate might not bring expected results

Timm Herdt | September 11, 2008

For most Californians, one effect of global warming will be the opposite of what they might expect: cooler summer days.

In the first localized study of temperature changes in California, a San Jose State meteorology professor has discovered that summer temperatures declined measurably from 1948 to 2005 in areas near the coast — specifically in the Los Angeles Basin and the San Francisco Bay Area, the state’s two largest population centers.

Robert Bornstein presented his study, which has been preliminarily accepted for publication in the Journal of Climate, at the annual California Climate Change Conference this week.


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Juliette Jowit – “UN says eat less meat to curb global warming”


UN says eat less meat to curb global warming

Juliette Jowit | September 7, 2008

People should have one meat-free day a week if they want to make a personal and effective sacrifice that would help tackle climate change, the world’s leading authority on global warming has told The Observer

Dr Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which last year earned a joint share of the Nobel Peace Prize, said that people should then go on to reduce their meat consumption even further.

His comments are the most controversial advice yet provided by the panel on how individuals can help tackle global warning.


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Steve Watson – “Scientists: ‘Unusual Magnetic Forces’ Caused Twin Towers Collapse”


Scientists: “Unusual Magnetic Forces” Caused Twin Towers Collapse
On seven year anniversay of 9/11 ludicrous theory is disseminated

Steve Watson | September 11, 2008

One article consisting of five short paragraphs in the London Independent informs us that on this seventh anniversary of 9/11 all the remaining unanswered questions about the collapse of the World Trade Center towers can be “explained away”.

Yes, that’s correct, structural engineers, scientists, professors, congress members, victims’ families, first responders, intelligence officials and all the other researchers out there who have poured over the collapse of the twin towers for the last 2 556.69539 days, you may all stop reading, put down your pens and turn off your computers because Sergei Dudarev, of the UK Atomic Energy Agency has all the answers.


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Dee Norris – “An Inconvenient Youth”


An Inconvenient Youth

Dee Norris | September 9, 2008

Teach children the path to follow, and even when they are old, they will not stray from it. (Proverbs 22:6)

Childhood indoctrination. It’s a dirty word. Hitler did it. Stalin did it. It can never happen here in the free world, now can it? Of course not.

In the past few days, I have had a couple of disturbing conversations about AGW with the younger generation, including my own daughter. Particularly striking is the one I had with the 12-year old daughter of a friend.

(Warning: The following transcript may incite anger in libertarians and parents).


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Kurt Nimmo – “Poll Du Jour: Americans Favor McCain’s Statism Over Obama’s”


Poll Du Jour: Americans Favor McCain’s Statism Over Obama’s

Kurt Nimmo | September 8, 2008

It’s called the “enthusiasm gap,” when people are not inspired or even casually interested in a political candidate. According to Susan Page of USA Today, the Republican National Convention has closed this gap for McCain, the doddering Senate fixture from Arizona, the statist who loves to spend your money and mine, who enthusiastically supports wars against people who never did anything to us, and calls for more war against more awesome rivals, namely Iran but especially Russia.

“McCain leads Democrat Barack Obama by 50%-46% among registered voters, the Republican’s biggest advantage since January and a turnaround from the USA TODAY poll taken just before the convention opened in St. Paul,” USA Today informs.

Between now and November, of course, the deck will be shuffled again. It’s all part of the show.


Reuters – “McCain takes 5-point lead over Obama: poll”


McCain takes 5-point lead over Obama: poll

Reuters | August 20, 2008

In a sharp turnaround, Republican John McCain has opened a 5-point lead on Democrat Barack Obama in the U.S. presidential race and is seen as a stronger manager of the economy, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.

McCain leads Obama among likely U.S. voters by 46 percent to 41 percent, wiping out Obama’s solid 7-point advantage in July and taking his first lead in the monthly Reuters/Zogby poll.

The reversal follows a month of attacks by McCain, who has questioned Obama’s experience, criticized his opposition to most new offshore oil drilling and mocked his overseas trip.


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