We hear from a female comrade on planning her migration, then we hear from HAC on migration in general, then Gretchen gets back to March of the Titans, plus the Trucker and a more reflective Who Guards The Guardians? from Harold.
HAC answers some e-mails, Gretchen gives Harold an early birthday present by reading one of his books, we hear from the trucker, and Harold and Don wind up the show with some Theater of the Absurd.
The last of the August 6th call-in show, more from Gretchen on March of the Titans, a British comrade analyzes the “progressive” brain, and the need for a secure mailing address for White Nationalists.
Donald Trump, White character, robots, March of the Titans–this episode of RFN has it all.
HAC on gun talk on RFN, Gretchen continues with her rolling reviews on Arthur Kemp’s March of the Titans, we hear from the Trucker, and we hear part of a call-in show which isn’t really.
HAC on Covington novel recovery and Who Guards the Guardians, then later on he rambles on about some internal stuff. Stefan and Annie join us as well as Lord Lucan and the Trucker.
Gretchen’s Part Two on Arthur Kemp’s March of the Titans, we hear from Stefan and Annie on their Homecoming, and HAC reads one of his Golden Oldies.
Our fifth call-in show.
HAC talks about the cancellation of his book publishing contracts; we hear the second part of Edgar Steele’s interview from the Bonner County Jail, Gretche reviews Arthur Kemp’s March of the Titans, and HAC closes with some housekeeping notes.
The usual eclectic mix of treasonous and cryptic remarks by HAC. Gretchen reviews a book by Alan Benoist.