In this week’s TBR Radio Presents: The Dixie Heritage Hour Dr. Ed talks with TBR’s executive editor Paul Angel about the recently published May/June issue of The Barnes Review magazine.
The discussion begins with the destruction of the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.
After the first commercial break Paul gives us the details on THREE new books just released by TBR Press and why Dixie Heritage listeners will want to order all three.
In the digital age, entire histories can be LOST on a keystroke or to a virus or cyber attack. That is why print publications are more important now than ever.
The last half of the program is devoted to an overview of three of the articles in the May/June issue:
- John Tiffany’s cover article on the origins of the Illuminati, the main point being that “Illuminism” is Marxism / Communism. Though those terms were not in use in the 18th century, they were the product of Illuminati thinking and education.
- S.T. Patrick’s article on the political career and life of George H. W. Bush.
- Tom Goodrich’s article on the horror and butchery of “Soviet” warfare in WWII.
At the end of the show Paul tells us about a unique honor recently conferred upon The Barnes Review.