Posts Tagged ‘ Fast & Furious ’

Fast and Furious One Year Later

The truth about Fast and Furious as reported by Freedom Radio still stands one year ago to the day that AG Eric Holder was held in contempt by the House (yet to be upheld by vote of the entire House). Yet Big Media still refuses to report it accurately.

Both Bill O’Reilly and Shepard Smith continue to report that guns were permitted to get into the hands of Mexican professional murderous criminals quite by accident. As of one year later, they still do not report even the possibility that putting automatic weapons in the hands of terrorists to use against law abiding citizens WAS THE PLAN.

Listen here as Pat Carfagno and Tim Sumner present the Freedom Radio Report on Fast and Furious, evidence and all.

THE SHREW

SHREW Jen Kuznicki, conservative author at jenkuznicki.com drops by for a welcome to discuss her latest work. THE SHREW’s very own reporter on the street Selma will also be with us an hilarious report on the Occupy Movement. She and our friend Keith from Australia, went into deep dark cover into the bowels of Occupy.

And of course, Pat and Anna dissect the left like its pinned on a board in biology class.

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Andrew Stiles of NRO Rocks Freedom Radio

Join us tonight on Freedom Radio 8 pm EST as we welcome Mr. Andrew Stiles of National Review Online who will discuss his latest work on the proposed budget plan known as Cut, Cap and Balance. Watch here as Congressman Allen B West of Florida explains his position on CCB.

Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan & Bev Perlson on Freedom Radio

Freedom Radio is honored to welcome to our show Major General Jeffrey S. Buchanan, to discuss the current state of transition in Iraq and clarify the USF-I current goals and mission. Major General Buchanan spoke from Iraq on Armed Forces Day, watch it here.

In September 2010, Major General Jeffrey S. Buchanan became the Director for Strategic Effects, J9, United States Forces-Iraq in Baghdad, Iraq. In this capacity, he coordinates and mplements political, economic and communications activities on behalf of US Forces in Iraq and also serves as the USF-I spokesman.

Major General Buchanan’s most recent previous assignment was as the Deputy Chief of Staff G3/5/7, U.S. Army Reserve Command, from August 2009 to August 2010. He has served in Iraq on three previous tours. From 2003-2004, Major General Buchanan served as Director of Operations, Coalition Military Assistance Training Team, an organization charged with manning, training, and equipping the Iraqi Armed Forces.

To learn more about our men and women serving in Iraq, befriend our troops at their website “Boots in the Sand“. Also visit “United States Forces in Iraq” the official site of operation New Dawn.

We’re always pleased to welcome back to our show, a traitor’s worst nightmare, Bev Perlson, founder of The Band of Mothers. Bev’s been very busy lately and we’e warned her that spitting nails really messes with our audio equipment, but I wouldn’t count on her taking it easy. Join us to hear what she’s up to and how you can help her support our troops.

And of course, this weeks Freedom Radio’s Tim Sumner will also present the National Security Update, the most insightful look at national security interests on radio. Tim is the co founer of 911 Families for a Safe and Strong America.

Nick Popaditch is BACK on Freedom Radio

Freedom Radio welcomes back to our show retired USMC Nick Popaditch, Sunday June 19th at 8 pm EST. Also known as Gunny Pop, Mr. Popaditch returns to Freedom Radio on a very special mission and we need your help. We’re looking for a few good Americans to help Gunny Pop complete this mission; Are you with us? To get background on Gunny’s mission watch the video on the right at the top of this page.

From his website:

Nicholas A. Popaditch, Gunnery Sgt., USMC, was a witness to history in both Desert Shield/Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom, commanding an M1-A1 Abrams Battle Tank from the deserts of southern Iraq to the streets of Baghdad. This former Marine Tank Commander is also known as
“The Cigar Marine” from the AP photo (April 2003) on major front page newspapers in the U.S. of the historic event that truly symbolized the liberation of Baghdad as the 1st Tank Battalion Marines pulled down a statue of Saddam Hussein.

Nick was medically retired from the Marines in 2005 at the rank of Gunnery Sergeant from wounds sustained in combat in the battle of Fallujah.

“Gunny Pop” was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry for his actions on April 6 and 7, 2004, while commanding a tank in Fallujah, Iraq and was also awarded the Purple Heart.

He is the author of Once A Marine an Iraq War Tank Commander’s Inspirational Memoir of Combat, Courage, and Recovery. The book holds an honored spot on the United States Marine Corps Professional Reading program, also known as the Commandant’s reading list. Marine Corps University recommends
Once A Marine for every rank from Private to General.

Also join us this Sunday as the Freedom Radio Team presents a
straightforward analysis of Operation Fast & Furious. If you think this ain’t big, think Watergate with AK47s.
 
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms’ mission is to interdict weapons to prevent the people who would commit crimes from being well armed.  A fatally flawed plan, exercised under the Phoenix branch of the ATF, named “Fast & Furious” may well have been activated for other purposes, without regard for human life.

This is why Congressional oversight of this operation has begun with well disciplined hearings being conducted with Darrell Issa at the helm. Here is their report.
 
“Fast & Furious” was fatally flawed from its inception if indeed its goal as stated was the taking down of drug cartels. If the plan was to take down them down by building a federal case, it WAS NOT by the use of the always necessary chain of custody procedures to roll up all the recipients of the weapons. As such, the stated goal was impossible. Everyone knows the Mexican cartels buy weapons for criminal purposes; allowing weapons to “walk” necessarily involved these specific F & F weapons in criminal acts of bloodshed and murder.

Yet the program went on, even as its proponents knew that the last time the weapons would be seen as part of evidence in any case would be at a crime scene where there would be blood and dead bodies.

Be there Sunday, Freedom Radio 8 pm EST as we break it down into clear points as no one else has done
and be ready to rock and roll.

Next Week: Jedediah Bila, Rep. Scott Rigell, (R, VA) and Col. Frank Ryan USMC retired.

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