Behind Enemy Lines
In the tradition of classical podcasting, "Behind Enemy Lines" is a series brought
to you from the Team of Outpost of Freedom Radio. Beginning with a question on
a relevant subject between two patriots, the conversation becomes serendipitous,
as the discussion continues in an informal conversational style.
Unlike the more structured format of the regular OPF Radio shows, Behind Enemy
Lines is a more naturally flowing discussion regarding topics of interest to the
Privacy, Part 2 of 2: Fighting Back Against Big Brother
- March 28th, 2013
Privacy, Part 1 of 2: The Orwellian Problem
- March 27th, 2013
Trial by Press
- February 22, 2013
- February 14, 2013
- February 7, 2013
Line in the Sand
- January 20, 2013
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Verbicide: Socially Engineered Law?
(April 29, 2013)
Words are very important for the conveyance of concepts. The Founders were meticulous
in their expression of concepts. Many words, however, have had their meanings changed
by the educational process and other societal methods, the effect being that we
have lost some of what we were as Americans. Does there exist today a form of genocide,
to the very concept of Liberty itself, through the use of words to effect change
by means of covert subversion of intent?
(coming in May 2013)
British & American Constitutions
What does the Constitution apply to?
Violations by Congress
Bill of Rights