Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander do what they do best when discussing the media’s treatment of two separate interracial shootings this week and the recent indictments that were handed down in Charlottesville.
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Gene Andrews, a retired combat officer and history teacher who now serves as the caretaker of the Nathan Bedford Forrest boyhood home is back once again to talk about the South’s greatest warrior.
Neil Kumar is a former candidate for Congress who is now in his final year at the University of Arkansas School of Law. He returns to discuss with us his chapter in The Honorable Cause: A Free South. Sonny Thomas also appears.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander take some time to cover current events.
John Hill is the closest living descendant of Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill. He informs us about the life and wartime service of his heroic ancestor and what he is doing to keep his memory alive.
Kirk Lyons co-founded and serves as the chief trial counsel for the Southern Legal Resource Center (SLRC), a non-profit public law corporation that offers legal support to defend First Amendment violations, violations of civil rights, and discrimination against advocates of Southern Heritage. He is back with us to talk about current battles to advance the cause.
Our celebration of Southern history and heroes continues with Dr. Michael Hill, a retired university professor of history and author of two books on Celtic warfare.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander discuss the arrest of Donald Trump.
Pastor Bret McAtee of Christ the King Reformed Church once again closes the show this Easter weekend by presenting the Biblical account of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
(Part One) TPC’s annual celebration of the South officially kicks off with a live remote broadcast from South Carolina, where authors of The Honorable Cause: A Free South and other special guests are on hand for interviews and to sign copies of the book! Appearing this hour: Padraig Martin and Rebecca Dillingham
(Part Two) TPC’s annual celebration of the South officially kicks off with a live remote broadcast from South Carolina, where authors of The Honorable Cause: A Free South and other special guests are on hand for interviews and to sign copies of the book! Appearing this hour: Padraig Martin, Rick Tyler, and Rich Hamblen
(Part Three) TPC’s annual celebration of the South officially kicks off with a live remote broadcast from South Carolina, where authors of The Honorable Cause: A Free South and other special guests are on hand for interviews and to sign copies of the book! Appearing this hour: Rick Tyler, Mark Thomey, Steven Douglas Whitener, Kyle McDermott, and others
TPC’s March Around the World wraps up with an extended stop in South Africa when Simon Roche returns to the program. Mr. Roche is a fourth-generation South African affiliated with the civil defense organization Suidlanders, which is devoted to the protection of non-combatant Afrikaner-Boer civilians in the event of large-scale conflict.
Filmmaker Jonas Nilsson also joins us from South Africa. Mr. Nilsson is best known for producing the documentary film South Africa: A Reversed Apartheid, which highlights the vulnerable situation of the white minority.
Journalist Jason Kessler closes our annual special series in a fun and interesting way by sharing with us observations from his own intercontinental travels this month to Peru and various European nations.
We make a very special stop in Belgium with Filip Dewinter and Anke Van dermeersch. Mr. Dewinter is a Member of the Flemish Parliament and has just released a new book, Olmvolking, which details the ongoing efforts to replace native Europeans. Anke Van dermeersch is a Member of the Senate of Belgium and a former beauty queen, having been crowned Miss Belgium. Senator Van dermeersch has also represented her nation in the Miss Universe pageant. Together, these two elected leaders discuss the most pressing issues in Europe.
We travel to Sweden to catch up with Dan Eriksson. Mr. Eriksson serves as Chairman of Europa Terra Nostra, an organization that exists to foster understanding, friendship and co-operation between Europeans at a national and international level.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander touch on a wide variety of news headlines.
TPC’s March Around the World continues! The journey advances to Croatia where we visit with Dr. Tomislav Sunic. Dr. Sunic has served in various diplomatic positions with the Croatian government in Zagreb, London, Copenhagen, and Brussels.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander briefly pause their international travels to catch up on a busy week of news.
After leaving the Balkans, we take a quick trip to Brazil for an update from our South American correspondent, plus much more!
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