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February 16, 2009

RFC Radio

The next step in the liberal march toward totalitarianism, after crushing our economy under unsustainable debt with the porkulus package, will be driving conservatives off the radio. Fortunately we will still have the Internet, where new venues for countermoonbattery appear every day. For example, RFC Radio launches today at noon Eastern.

Here's how the folks at RFC describe themselves:

We are the biggest, baddest Liberty-minded Internet radio station on the planet. We've got 24/7 streaming News, Rock and Talk. Listen while you browse our website, surf the 'net, check email, clean your gun, write an angry letter to your congressman, or blog on your own conservative or libertarian site.
Our Mission is to Rock!! and "boost the signal" in and between conservative and libertarian camps. We also aim to bust the Rich/Boring/Grumpy/Old White Men conservative stereotype. (This ain't yer Grandpa's radio station!!)
RFC Rock is collected from the albums of the greatest rockers of all time. Most of our play list is hard and classic rock. Some is alternative; some is borderline pop; none is lame. Crank it.
RFC Talk is an eclectic mix of conservative and/or libertarian perspectives. We've got broadcasts, micro-podcasts, interview forums, panel discussions, and guest appearances by conservative pundits, authors, and activists. We've got some Names — and some Newbies. There's something for everyone — and not everything will be everyone's personal cup o' tea. Check out the Show Schedule and figure it out.
RFC News is gathered from our station Affiliates and trusted sources on the blogosphere.

Sounds like it could be worth checking out. Enjoy it before Hope & Change turn the Internet into public television.

Posted by Van Helsing at February 16, 2009 9:54 AM


Here in Milwaukee one of our hard rock stations (102.9) is pretty conservative in morning chatter. At least they are not afraid to point out hypocrisy from the left or right (aka RINOs). I checked out RFC and it seems interesting. I'm sure my work will block the site fairly soon. Somehow Moonbattery is the only conservative site that isn't blocked...oops...kiss of death. Forget I said that.

Posted by: baldeagle390 at February 16, 2009 10:41 AM

Look forward to listening. Also want to give some attention to our Pittsburgh-based morning show "Quinn & Rose." If you can't hear them live on one of their network affiliates or on Sirius/XM, then listen later on to their show via podcast:
Jim Quinn is smart, funny, and ballsy.

Posted by: catholicdude at February 16, 2009 11:00 AM

Even if they manage to pass it, will the fairness doctrine be too late? Internet radio is the future, and can't be controlled. If they try it there, you're welcome to pop over here to Britain. We might have leftie issues here, but we are not going to try to control US politics. Maybe an exchange programme, if we have the same problems here?

Posted by: Richard at February 16, 2009 1:52 PM

HA! Well, freedom is a matter of knowing what career you want. And having a talk show shouldn't matter if the "fairness doctrine" passes or not. For years the journalist got in trouble, so now we'll just throw in the radio announcers and probably see the fairness doctrine lose, too. No matter what it's an exciting time to get into radio. Train at the radio station and get in on the thrill. Radio Connection uses a matchmaking service to place you where you should be to be trained of a radio career.

Posted by: Walker at February 16, 2009 3:43 PM

Posted by: Walker at February 16, 2009 3:43 PM

Shameless whoring progress...

Posted by: SK at February 16, 2009 4:40 PM

Over 10 years ago someone on my email list made the comment that the 'internet will save us.'

I responded that it would not. And it has not.

The only thing that will save what Liberty we have left and restore what has been lost is if enough of us develop the resolve to do what MUST BE DONE:

Posted by: waypasthadengouh at February 17, 2009 7:31 AM