TBR HISTORY HOUR – 7/23/2021 – Patriotic Gathering

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 7/23/2021 – Patriotic Gathering

  Sid Secular, the retired editor of the Citizen’s Informer invited our host to speak at an event in Silver Spring, Maryland just outside of the nation’s capitol. People drove in from Virginia, New York, and even New Hampshire to attend. You will hear the recording of the event and the hosts interaction with several…

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TBR HISTORY HOUR – 6/25/2021 – Anthropologist William Roper

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 6/25/2021 – Anthropologist William Roper

  Dr. Ed talks with an anthropologist and political activist about his books being removed from WalMart and Target. Also discussed is why the so-called “Conservative” media turns on its own, virtue-signaling, the coming balkanization of America, and the surprising but logical reason why the guest actually encourages the teaching of critical race theory.  

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TBR HISTORY HOUR – 6/18/2021 – Keith Alexander

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 6/18/2021 – Keith Alexander

  Dr. Ed talks with attorney Keith Alexander, co-host of the popular Political Cesspool radio show. Keith gives his acid-test for determining if someone is a true patriot and conservative – or if they just talk a good game. Keith explains why the media, both left and right, is so adamantly opposed to “nationalism.”  

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The Enduring Riddle of  The Split Rock

The Enduring Riddle of  The Split Rock

By Marc Roland Riding atop their stalwart camels, a French chemist and two native guides plodded through the Saudi Arabian Desert, about 248 miles north from the holy city of Medina. A Société de géographie de Paris gold medal recipient for previous expeditions as far afield as Tibet, Auguste Hugues Charles Huber was funded this…

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