USS Liberty Gets Its Own Radio Program
By the Staff of American Free Press
For more than 40 years, the brave survivors of the USS Liberty have tried
telling the world what happened to them on June 8, 1967, when Israel sneak attacked the nearly defenseless ship for over an hour with as many as 1,000 rockets, tens of thousands of armor-piercing rounds and five torpedoes.
For the most part, the American media has yawned and decided to cover the latest Hollywood scandal or some other nonsense.
Now survivors of the Liberty will not be forced to beg a criminally incompetent media to tell the truth about what they have endured. The USS Liberty survivors have their own live radio program, appearing on the Republic Broadcasting Network at www.republicbroadcasting.org.
The live, two-hour call-in program airs every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon CST and is hosted by Phil Tourney (survivor of the Liberty and three-time president of the Liberty Veterans Association) and Mark Glenn, a contributing editor for American Free Press.
The weekly program will also have in-depth analyses of current political events that have as their origin the fact that a U.S. ship was attacked in an act of premeditated, undeclared war and was not rectified. Appearances by many of the other survivors of the Liberty will be a regular theme, talking about what they went through that day and what has happened to them since that time.
Prominent patriots will also appear on the show. Persons wishing to listen to the program live can do so by going to www.republicbroadcasting.org and clicking on the “Listen Live” option. For those unable to listen the program in real-time, it will be archived for later listening.
Suggestions for program ideas can be sent to Phil Tourney at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mark Glenn at email@example.com. Sponsors for the program are also encouraged.
(Issue # 11, March 17, 2008)