Been mainly on Sweet Liberty radio. He says since 1998 but I could only find
radio archives since 2003.http://www.archive.org/details/AlanWattSweetLibertCollection
Interesting..... Watt claims to have been invited down to William (Bill)
Cooper's place in 2001 the weekend Cooper was killed in a shootout. Cooper
was hosting Hour of the Time around then I believe, perhaps Watt was a
Is Sweet Liberty one of those militia movements under a different guise?
Couple of Sweet Liberty radio's more concerning issues.
The South Was Right
The "Civil War" was not about slavery; it was instigated and financed by the
money lenders to divide and conquer. Is the Confederate flag a symbol of
racism or a reminder to all of us that the South WAS right? Should we spend
billions in reparations for people whose ancestors were slaves?
Guns ... or Not?
Gun control isn't gun 'control'. Gun control is the elimination of all
firearms except as stated in Article 1B Sec. 8 of the Proposed Constitution
for the NewStates of America - "Bearing of arms shall be confined to the
police, members of the armed forces, and those licensed under law." ... and
let us not forget the judges who will have special self-defense privileges.
Gun control is being instituted by tyrannical leaders worldwide; millions of
disarmed and defenseless people have been easily slaughtered by the tyrants
as a result. Read real-life experiences of armed Americans - men and women -
who are alive today because of guns.
And a bit on Ron Paul the "liberty" pin up boy, his policies read pretty
welll the same as sweetliberties...... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Paul
Ron Paul's political positions are largely in line with his stance as a
libertarian, Constitutionalist, and non-interventionist. He is an advocate
of free trade, fewer taxes, smaller government, greater individual rights,
and stronger national sovereignty.
Paul supports reduced government spending and reduced taxes. As Congressman,
he has never voted to raise taxes or to approve an unbalanced budget. He has
long fought for the prohibition of federal individual income taxes by repeal
of the 16th Amendment. He has also called for the abolishment of the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the federal income tax, while
acknowledging that he could only do so as president with the backing of
Congress and the American public. Paul has been named "The Taxpayer's
Best Friend" by the National Taxpayers Union every year he has been in
Paul supports strong national security but advocates a non-interventionist
foreign policy. He is the only 2008 Republican presidential candidate to
have voted against the Iraq War Resolution in 2002. Paul believes in
a strong national defense and voted for the War in Afghanistan in 2001,
but suggested alternatives including giving the President authority to grant
Letters of Marque and Reprisal, which would allow war to be carried out
against individuals rather than foreign countries and allow local bounty
hunters familiar with the Afghanistani terrain to be hired to capture Osama
bin Laden and his co-conspirators. Paul stated that the bill "would allow
Congress to authorize the President to specifically target Bin Laden and his
associates using non-government armed forces. Since it is nearly impossible
for U.S. intelligence teams to get close to Bin Laden, the marque and
reprisal approach creates an incentive for people in Afghanistan or
elsewhere to turn him over to the U.S."
In 2002 Paul also voted for the Arming Pilots Against Terrorism Act that
would create a program where commercial airline pilots would be deputized as
federal law enforcement officers and would then be permitted to carry guns
aboard airlines, the bill was eventually amended to the Homeland
Security Act of 2002 which Ron Paul voted against. Paul has said he
would not support US involvement in the Darfur conflict or in a conflict
between China and Taiwan.
Paul supports secure borders and strong American sovereignty. He opposes the
North American Union proposition and its proposed integration of Mexico, the
United States of America, and Canada. Paul voted "yes" on the Secure Fence
Act of 2006, which authorizes the construction of an additional 700 miles of
double-layered fencing between the U.S and Mexico. Paul opposes illegal
immigration as well as amnesty for illegal immigrants. He also introduced
legislation that would amend the Constitution to stop giving automatic
citizenship to infants born in the United States to non-citizen parents,
which has been in effect since the United States v. Wong Kim Ark case in
1898 extended U.S. jurisdiction to include all aliens lawfully residing
within the United States, who were not explicitly protected from its
jurisdiction by treaty.
Dr. Paul is a staunch defender of a right to self defense, a proponent of
individual Second Amendment rights and is the only 2008 Presidential
candidate with a voting record rated A+ by Gun Owners of America.
Ron Paul identifies himself as pro-life. He introduced H.R. 776 titled
"Sanctity of Life Act of 2005" which would have defined life as beginning at
conception and would have prohibited the federal government from regulating
or funding abortions. Paul believes that abortion rights should be in
the jurisdiction of the states citing that it is not an enumerated power of
the federal government. Accordingly, he has challenged the
constitutionality of Roe v. Wade. He has described the "rights of unborn
people" as "the greatest moral issue of our time" and called for a federal
ban on abortion via constitutional amendment, but does not support
litigation to overturn Roe v. Wade.
He supports the U.S. converting to a free market health care system, saying
in an interview on New Hampshire NPR that the present system is akin to a
"corporatist-fascist" system which keeps prices high. He contends that
prices decrease in industries with free markets due to technological
innovation. He opposes the universal health care.