Austin-based Psi-Op Radio back on the air! http://www.psiopradio.com/

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Psi-Op radio, by Smiles Lewis and Mack White of Austin, back on the air! http://www.psiopradio.com/

harry ashburn
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Interesting show (I downloaded the MP3). Also interesting to see where progressives and so called "patriots" overlap on concerns. You'll also find this on shows on the Progressive Radio Network.

That's why I say Alex Jones is all over the map but a bit guilty of too much hyperbole. For instance this morning they have an article and Alex RT interview about Bill Ayers wanting to imprison Americans back in the day. Alex probably wasn't even born when Ayers said that (and the source is a questionable FBI informant) and Obama a little kid. I was a college student and most I know just laughed at groups like the Weather Underground as being foolish extremists. Alex, not being around at the time, has little idea how little impact these groups had (he should watch the documentary about the Weather Underground). But it sells a lot freeze dried food and vitamin drinks. :D

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