Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander kick off TPC’s March Around the World! During this month-long special series, we will showcase leaders and elected officials from different European nations as we seek to discover how our kinsmen are faring throughout the Western world and beyond. We make our first stop in England with Nick Griffin, our favorite former Member of European Parliament.
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Once again representing Australia during TPC’s World Tour, Drew Fraser is a former professor of law at Macquarie University in Sydney and author of The WASP Question. Professor Fraser returns to discuss the end of Australia Day and promote his new book, Reinventing Aristocracy in the Age of Woke Capital.
We take a quick trip to visit our northern neighbor in Canada when Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, makes another lively and informative appearance.
Former U.S. Representative Steve Stockman (R-TX) makes his debut appearance on the program. Rep. Stockman Steve tells his incredible story and talks about what he experienced while serving in Congress on two separate occasions. Afterwards, he offers his opinion on some current issues, such as Donald Trump’s recent visit to East Palestine, Ohio.
A Georgia grand jury has recommended charges for Donald Trump. Will the D.A. choose to indict? Atlanta attorney Sam Dickson shares his insights. Also, what about Marjorie Taylor Greene calling for a national divorce? We dive into this remarkable development.
Popular podcast host Tim Kelly joins us for the first time to discuss a variety of topics, including the cancelling of Dilbert comic creator Scott Adams because of his recent comments about race relations.
Brad Griffin, Editor-in-Chief of Occidental Dissent, returns to explain why the issue of foreign policy may tip the scale back into Trump’s favor.
Columnist José Niño continues our ongoing conversation about the chances of the Russo-Ukrainian conflict going nuclear.
There’s a lot of weird stuff going on out there. UFOs falling from the sky, trains derailing, chemical spills, and much more. Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander cover it all – and then some!
James Edwards hosts a very special Valentine’s presentation of TPC during which an outstanding collection of female guests grace the program for what is always one of the most enjoyable broadcasts of the year! Cyan Quinn, Program Director at Counter-Currents and Sarah Dye, founder of Above Time Coffee Roasters, kick off tonight’s unique episode.
Guests: Kim and Lacey – Kim is a homeschooling, homechurching, and homesteading mother of six. Lacey is a former Eagle Forum activist and YouTuber and current full-time homemaker and homeschooling mother of three. Kim talks about avoiding getting burned out when trying to swim upstream in today’s culture and how we can get plugged in with other healthy families, while Lacey explains the negative impact that no-fault divorce has had on society.
Guests: Janiece and Courtney – Janiece joins us to talk about everything from gardening to facing adversity with strength and resolve before Courtney wraps up this festive broadcast by offering practical thoughts on women in the workplace and at college.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander cover all the news that’s fit to speak.
Mark Weber, Director of the Institute for Historical Review, adds his expert analysis as we continue last week’s discussion with Paul Craig Roberts about the widening conflict between the United States, NATO, Ukraine, and Russia. Weber is an accomplished historian, lecturer, current affairs analyst and author. He was educated in the United States and Europe and holds a Master’s degree in modern European history.
Author Padraig Martin teases an exciting new project and novelist Spencer J. Quinn makes his debut appearance to discuss The No College Club.
Paul Craig Roberts, assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury under Ronald Reagan and former associate editor and columnist at The Wall Street Journal, returns to the program to discuss the escalating situation between the United States and Russia.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander cover a handful of very interesting news headlines.
Social media influencer, serial entrepreneur, digital soldier, and citizen journalist Don Essary makes his debut appearance on the program. Afterwards, James and Keith salute the retirement of Pat Buchanan’s pen.
Sascha Roßmüller, a writer for the German magazine Deutsche Stimme and Vice Chairman of Europa Terra Nostra, joins us live from Bavaria to discuss the recently purported Reichsbürger plot to overthrow the German state.
Retired police officer Jim Lancia returns to discuss the reality of policing in diverse America. He authored the book, Downtown White Police, which details his career on the force in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander take a breath and cover the news.
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