Hitler and Christianity

Hitler and Christianity

  In the last issue of TBR (Sept./Oct. 2019), we promised to post the longer version of Dr. Matthew Johnson’s article on “Hitler and Christianity,” which had been edited for length. Here it is. Download the article by clicking here.  

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The Police-State Blues

The Police-State Blues

by Dr. Ed DeVries On Sunday, July 7, 2019, Starbucks issued an official apology because three days earlier, six Tempe, Arizona police officers were asked by a concerned barista to leave the store because their “presence” was making the store’s patrons feel “unsafe.” As the news of this incident made its way around the country…

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Consuming Flames or Revival’s Fire?

Consuming Flames or Revival’s Fire?

By Dr. Ed DeVries The May/June issue of TBR Magazine began with my editorial of just less than 600 words on the recent destruction of the iconic Notre Dame de Paris. Originally, I had submitted an article of nearly 1,100 words. Today, while recording what will be my June 24th TBR Radio’s Dixie Heritage Hour…

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Real “Child Separations”

Real “Child Separations”

By Dr. Ed DeVries I live to expose the hypocrisy of the left. As a result, many are angry at me all the time. In the last two months, however, I have genuinely invoked the full-force of their collective wrath. How? By simply using my editorials and radio show to expose the fact that there…

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Baseball and the War Between the States

Baseball and the War Between the States

By Dr. Ed DeVries In 1905 sporting goods entrepreneur Albert Spalding organized a group that he called the Mills Commission and tasked it to determine the origins of the game of baseball. Their conclusion was that Union General Abner Doubleday, who had died 12 years prior, was the game’s inventor. This was based mainly on…

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A Conversation With Musician Alison Chabloz

A Conversation With Musician Alison Chabloz

The gatekeepers of information, aware of the power of song to expose their propaganda, have taken preemptive steps to shut down British singer Alison Chabloz. “I’m the only singer in modern British history who’s actually been put in prison for singing songs that nobody was forced to listen to,” says Chabloz. By Dave Gahary Uber-talented…

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Article 2, Section 3

Article 2, Section 3

By Dr. Ed DeVries Yesterday afternoon I sat in my truck seat, literally in shock, listening on the radio to the President of the United States telling reporters that he will be looking into alternative venues for his upcoming State of the Union address.  Nancy Pelosi told the president that he couldn’t give his speech…

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Inaction – The Real State of National Emergency

Inaction – The Real State of National Emergency

by Dr. Ed DeVries I watched Tuesday night (Jan. 10, 2019) as President Trump gave his much anticipated Oval Office address about the situation on our Southern border. When he finished, my wife looked at me and asked what I thought. My reply: “I am disappointed. The president didn’t talk very long and has offered NO…

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Ground Zero in the Heritage War

Ground Zero in the Heritage War

by Dr. Ed DeVries In August, the “Rev.” Ferrell Brown, the white pastor of an Atlanta area church, stood atop the wide bald knob of Stone Mountain on a balmy southern Saturday morning. Before him stood an estimated 2,000 people, mostly members of Brown’s church, who had assembled for what I will simply describe as a…

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