HAC eulogizes the late Affikin-Amurkin national hero Rodney King; Axis Sally rants and raves along with a new comrade from Australia, and Harold talks about what makes true Aryan character of the kind we need to start displaying yesterday.
In this podcast HAC answers some e-mails, Gretchen the Librarian reviews Pat Buchanan’s latest book, Axis Sally dishes on revenge, and Harold rants and raves for a while.
In this podcast Gretchen the Librarian reviews Alex Kurtagic’s novel Mister, Axis Sally dishes on transgenders in beauty contests, we have the last of our unseemly levity in panel discussions, and we showcase music from 1970s Rhodesia.
This week HAC answers an e-mail demanding more Maximal Leader, Gretchen the Librarian talks about racial religion in ancient Greece and Rome, Axis Sally dishes on Ezra Pound, and Harold reads the 12-point NVA peace conference manifesto from A Mighty Fortress.
In this podcast HAC talks about the moral strength of the Northwest Imperative, Axis Sally dishes on her personal life, we hear from a five-man panel, and HAC reads an excerpt from A Distant Thunder.
Axis Sally talks about her recent visit from our friends in the silk suits.
More on the J. T. Ready affair; Gretchen on guns; Axis Sally disses the banking system; and HAC has a quiet word of prayer with the FBI.
A special shortened episode, put up onto the website early “just in case,” wherein HAC discusses the future of Radio Free Northwest and then offers some pointed view on the J. T. Ready incident.
In this podcast HAC re-runs one of his old speeches on paranoia, Axis Sally speaks of the joys of being average, we hear from a new comrade in Idaho, and the panelists discuss some White kid in Ohio who was arrested for posting a picture on Facebook.
In this week’s podcast Harold rambles on about 9/11 conspiracy theory, Effie Sue Washington gibbers on the Trayvon Martin case (again), and we play anh excerpt from an old TV interview with Revionist Ernst Zundel.