Slavery In America - With Matt Walsh At Patriot Academy: At what point can we have a fruitful dialogue concerning racism? Was slavery in America BEFORE the white Europeans showed up? Did Americans start the slave trade? Was the kind of slavery practiced in America more brutal and inhuman that what was common across the globe? Do you know what happened in modern-day Peru BEFORE Europeans showed up? What about the practices of the Aztecs. Does the history taught in our schools need a bit more context? What is a truly unique aspect of America's relationship with slavery that is hardly ever discussed? Tune in to hear this eye-opening interview with Matt Walsh from Patriot Academy and learn the important answers to these questions and much more!
Constitution Alive, Section 5 , Part 3 - Our Duty To Country: What are the enumerated powers given to Congress? What is your part of saving our God-given Constitutional Republic? Why didn’t the Founders want a standing military? How do we reign in a Congress who is trying to reign in areas not uder their jurisdiction? Does God expect us to be involved in government?Our Constitution is still alive and applicable today! As citizens, we all have a duty to study the Constitution, to understand where our rights and our freedoms are laid out in that document, and how our government structure should work. The reason our government continues to overstep its boundaries is because, “We the People” don’t know what those boundaries are! Tune in now for the last part of our three-part series!
Constitution Alive, Section Four, Part 3 - The Founders' Intentions For Congress: Does Congress have the constitutional power to increase the national debt? What was the Commerce Clause intended to do? Why did the Founders have a distrust of a powerful government? Do the branches of government have tools to fight each other? When we learn the original intent of the Founders, we can better see how to fix what's broken in our government. Click the link to learn the answers to these important questions and more as we continue our Constitution Alive series!
Constitution Alive, Section Four, Part 2 - The Powers Of Congress: What does Congress have the power to tax for and spend money on? What is Congress actually supposed to be doing? Are there areas Congress should not be involved in? What did "general welfare" mean to our Founding Fathers? Is Congress supposed to be adding powers to itself? Our Constitution is still alive and applicable today! As citizens, we all have a duty to study the Constitution, to understand where our rights and our freedoms are laid out in that document, and how our government structure should work. The reason our government continues to overstep its boundaries is because, “we the people” don’t know what those boundaries are! Tune in now for the second part of our three-part series!
Constitution Alive, Section Four - The Enumerated Powers Of Congress: What Does The Federal Government Have The Power To Do? What are the enumerated powers of Congress? Is it the size of government that is most important, or the jurisdictions? What did our Founders mean by "general welfare"? Our Constitution is still alive and applicable today! The reason our government continues to overstep its boundaries is because "we the people" don’t know what those boundaries are! Tune in now for the first part of our three-part series!
Keeping America Exceptional - With Nick Adams: Can Americans be hopeful about their future? Does America need a leader like Winston Churchill at this point in history? Is Trump that Churchillian leader we need? What would the world be like without America to stand up to evil (and bad trade deals)? We all have a country to defend and a nation to protect. If this is not an American century, it will not be a free century. Tune in so you don't miss this special Patriot Academy interview with Nick Adams, and learn how to be a Churchillian leader and help the good guys win.
Setting The Record Straight - Did Republicans And Democrats Switch Platforms? Some allege that those who left the Democrat Party to form the Dixiecrats then became Republicans and that the Republicans of today are nothing more than the old racist Dixiecrats. However, this charge is demonstrably false. The records show, with only a very few exceptions, prominent Dixiecrats returned to and remained in the Democratic Party. Civil Rights for African-Americans were gained by the Republican Party. In this episode, you will learn why Civil Rights Bills were so hard to pass, how poll taxes were ended, and why the Democratic official website skips over their own history from 1848 to 1900.
Setting The Record Straight: American History In Black And White, Part 4 – Democrats Blocked Equality:
Setting The Record Straight: American History In Black And White, Part 4 - Democrats Blocked Equality: Voter Fraud, violence, discrimination, and segregation continued. Republicans fought for equal rights for Blacks and passed Civil Rights Bills, while Democrats blocked equality efforts using force and voter intimidation. Tune in to hear surprising truth about the quest for equality in America!
Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black and White, Part 3 - The KKK: The Ku Klux Klan, terrorist group murdering Republican Blacks and Whites was started by Democrats. The Republican party was filled with African-Americans. Democrats, therefore, turned to murder and violence. The KKK"s declared purpose was to break down the Republican government and to pave the way for Democrats to regain control in the elections. Since the Klan was targeted against Republicans in general it did not limit its fallen simply to black Republicans. The Democrats called Republicans "radicals" because the Republican Party was bi-racial and allowed blacks to vote and participate in the political process thus making them "radical." This podcast teaches you the forgotten truth about black history.
Setting the Record Straight: America's History in Black and White, Part 2 - Slavery And More: African-American slavery was established by the Democrat Party and was abolished by Republican Party. Statistics in Setting the Record Straight: America's History in Black and White puts an end to the debate over which party has historically fought to end slavery. While Republicans in the north were working to end slavery and secure civil rights, the new nation of Southern Democrats was determined to head in an opposite direction. This podcast will illustrate the true Democratic response to anti-slavery.