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An old microphone

I noticed that as of late 2011, archive.org has been storing audio files as part of its historical archives of websites.

If a show you like has gone off the air, you can probably get the audio of the shows since late 2011 by entering the audio page URL into your browser at archive.org and download it from there.

This is particularly useful for me in listening to old Dr. Stan Monteith shows that aren’t archived at GCNLive.com, because they are the two evening hours.

Oracle Broadcasting’s old archives can also be found there, since some of the older 2012 show archives have already disappeared from Oracle’s main site.

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Here are some interesting statistics concerning how social media will affect the November 6, 2012 United States presidential election.

Social media can be used to provide a counterbalance to the two-party system lock on elections in the United States, whether it be the promotion of a third party candidate or a vote for “None of the above,” as some jurisdictions effectively allow by declining your ballot.

I have achieved successful outreach through various social media for my blog and radio program, and I have found that prominent personalities are more apt to respond through sites like Twitter and Facebook where the exchanges can be publicly seen, than through private email.

Consider, additionally, smaller social media sites, which are less apt to be controlled with content filters and more strict account restrictions, in the case that you have an important message to get out that may not be popular for most readers.

Provided by: Open-Site.org

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George Whitehurst-BerrySince abruptly cancelling George Whitehurst-Berry’s GCN show, Crash! Are You Ready? on April 13, 2012, GCN has selectively removed his archives.

As of August 6, 2012, I see that none of his 2012 shows are available (example), while his 2007-2011 shows are.

The full archive list isn’t available, but you can access some of them individually through my past articles, and they follow a particular pattern so you can choose a particular show by modifying the URL.

Is this just an oversight, or were his 2012 shows particularly threatening to some people that they had to be removed? Anyone who listened to the last few weeks of his broadcast will remember how hard-hitting they were. The fact that his archive list was pulled the same day a replacement show aired was suspicious enough for such a long-running show, and I doubt that the selective pulling of the 2012 archives was an oversight.

His extensive collection of interviews exposing the AIDS scam from 2008-2010 are still available indefinitely.

For more on the cancellation of his show, see my article, Why the termination of George Whitehurst-Berry’s GCN show likely wasn’t strictly a business decision.

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Coast to Coast AM

Here are some things George Noory won’t be discussing at Conspiracy Con 2012, from June 2-3, in Santa Clara, CA:

1) The David John Oates appearance Coast to Coast AM won’t rebroadcast

2) Erskine of Erskine Overnight questions whether David Icke is controlled opposition

3) Coast to Coast AM site and descriptions laughably contain no references to Zionism

4) Erskine of Erskine overnight implies that George Noory made a deal with the devil in becoming host of Coast to Coast AM

5) Red Ice Radio: A Coast to Coast AM flavoured broadcast without the gatekeeping of George Noory

6) Erskine of Erskine Overnight says he was offered fame and fortune by hosting a Clear Channel program that sounds a lot like Coast to Coast AM, so long as he didn’t talk about “conspiracy stuff” (like the Trilateral Commission)

7) Fact check: George Noory of Coast to Coast AM has 16 million daily listeners?

8) The opening salvo of my public appeal to George Noory of Coast to Coast AM to cover the $300+ billion AIDS scam

9) George Noory advocates the bankster gold standard

10) The questionable guests of Coast to Coast AM

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Dr. Stan MonteithOn the May 15, 2012 episode of Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, he said (at 1:34):

I’m sure that they’ve infiltrated and neutralized Ron Paul’s political candidacy. One reason he isn’t getting money is cause I called on several occasions and said I’d like to donate — there was nobody there, nobody ever got back to me after I left my telephone number. I called at least 10 times and told them we had a radio network with over 70 stations — love to get you on. It was very obvious that the people who are working in Public Relations in Ron Paul’s campaign had no intention, of course, of allowing him onto a network where there’d be people who supported his candidacy, and would support him.

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