Actually, Alex Jones stands on Chuck Harder's shoulders, whether he knows it or not. Chuck was a driver of the patriot movement in the 90s and before there was any www, his network was *the* forum. He was the alternative media of the '90s, fielding an entire roster of hosts, 300 local stations as well as shortwave, a newspaper, a mail-order store, and, when streaming audio became possible, a web presence as well. His name was well known in Washington.
I listened to him and his network from 1993 to 2001 and received his newspaper, so I know a bit about the guy. He was 100 percent pro-America.
He promoted populism, constitutionalism, exposed the globalists, exposed the Federal Reserve, promoted energy independence and off-grid living, and was promoting a lot of the veteran sources you hear on with Alex, including Joel Wallach ("Dead Doctors Don't Lie") and other wholistic health experts, all beginning in the late 80s-early 90s. I'm pretty sure he had Ron Paul on his show, talking about the Fed and such issues. For sure, he had Pat Buchanan on all the time, and other good guys from the "left" such as Ralph Nader.
IMO he was steered wrong by zionists in the aftermath of 911. They had long been laying out a "legend" (which in some elements was true) of Iraqui involvement in OKC and other terrorism. Of course these Iraqui Guard were apparently working with the US establishment, but of course after 9/11 happened the zionists managed to spin this as one of their many specious reasons to attack Iraq. It seems Chuck was taken in, finally, by this spin. We have all been deceived at one time or another in our lifetime. That does not negate the huge amount of good he did.
And he didn't "sell out"; he was battered for years by political IRS audits, and he finally decided to partner with a union (UAW) that presented itself as"America First" but was covertly working for the Clintons, who sold him out. This was done on the advice of trusted business associates. The only thing I fault Chuck with is naievete about his associates and their advice. Also see my post here.