HAC raps a bit more about aliens and a lot on the St. Louis chimp-out. We hear from a British comrade and Gretchen reviews books on Ruby Ridge by Randy and Sarah Weaver. Then we get another segment of HAC and Mike Harris on Mike’s July 24th show, HAC cuts loose with another blast at […]
HAC yells at some people, HAC and Lord Lucan rap about the aliens among us, (no, Harold hasn’t lost his marbles), Andy and Gretchen chime in and then HAC rambles on about Rotary Club vs. Secret Squirrel.
HAC rambles on for an unconscionably long time about the FBI, again. Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes deconstructs the FBI profilers of the Behavioral Analysis Unit, Andy talks about Muslims and obsession with Muslims, and HAC concludes by actually raising a serious topic for discussion.
This week we kick off with another Who Guards The Guardians? on the FBI Crime Lab scandals; Gretchen reviews Yockey’s Imperium, and then HAC plays Dueling Codgers with Mike Harris and talks about suicide.
HAC on the Brownie invasion and downing of Malaysian airliner; Gretchen review Yockey biography; guest speaker Sir Oswald Mosley; HAC on FBI lesbo scandal.
HAC on the storming of the Bastille and another episode of Qui Custode Ipsos Custodes (Who Guards The Guardians?); Dry Ice Washington on de Nigga Experience; the Trucker talks careers; Any Donner on The Solution.
HAC on Matt Bracken’s When The Music Stops, Lord Lucan on Jews, Andy on Libertarians, and Harold introduces a new intermittent feature on RFN, Qui Custode Ipsos Custodes? A musical tribute to the Glorious Twelfth in Northern Ireland.
Andy on National Bolshevism, Gretchen on a new Hitler bio, Comrade Steve comments on The Situation (no, not that idiot on Jersey Shore), and then Harold winds it up with assorted tirades.
HAC describes an unfortunate incident from last week and talks about how to Come Home; Gretchen reviews a Benoist pamphlet, and Andy talks about the Space Madness.
HAC rambles on about all kinds of things: the Fort Carson NF activity, the fall of Iraq, the fall of Eric Cantor, the Brown Children’s Crusade, and a young White man leaving home for his future. Olivia on We Can Be White and Gretchen on eugenics.