This begs the question...why such actions from a network that claims to be about "Reclaiming our freedom with Scripture, truth, law, fundamental principles, & comedy!" Oh, I know, I know, it was a mutually agreed upon separation. The "contract" stipulations, and all that. As the site says, "The terms of this contract, to which all hosts on this network are bound, state that no bashing or other negative talk of any other talk show host on this network or any other network in the freedom movement will be allowed." I don't see a lot of freedom here, nor truth being shared, and I'm not laughing. Telling the truth about a situation is not bashing. Honestly reporting one's opinion, is not bashing, it's free speech. It is supposed to be protected speech on such networks, ESPECIALLY when "one of our own" deserves to be held accountable for their actions...AGAIN!
To me, the removal of the audio files of the January 27th Rise Up Radio program broadcast is censorship on the part of Rule of Law Radio. It appears that because Catherine Belish and John Bush have the journalistic integrity to report on less than leader-like behavior of one of the so-called patriot movement's loudest "leaders"; they pay by being censored. The report was pulled off the Internet, the story silenced. That doesn't seem too scripture-like either, now that I think about it. Is Alex Jones somehow a sacred cow to Rule of Law Radio?