He will instead do a podcast, like what Tom Woods is now doing, and continue to write and do video blogs.
I am pretty sad about this. I really enjoyed listening to his show every morning. He focused a lot more on ideas and concepts rather than attacking people like the neocon talk show hosts did. And what's worse in my opinion, he won't be on the air when this bubble finally bursts, which I know would have been very satisfying for Peter and all his fans.
What do y'all think? Is this a step back for the movement?