Kevin Annett rejoins Sarah Westall to discuss the history-making changes now occurring worldwide. These changes range from the Pope nullifying the leadership of the Knights of Malta to the Queen merging churches before her death. These events are historical changes that will affect people for centuries to come.
During this time of incredible chaos, Kevin Annett has the gift of bringing clarity and intention to our actions. You can learn more about Kevin Annett at https://MurderByDecree.com. More from Sarah Westall on her channel Business Game Changers.
As concerned parents know all too well, the revolution of the mind is an intergenerational project. It is more important than ever that we take back the responsibility for educating our children about history and about the way the world really works. There are many tools we can use to help us in that task, and today Connor Boyack introduces us to another one: a Tuttle Twins story-based American history textbook called America’s History: A Tuttle Twins Series of Stories. More from The Corbett Report.
Historian and researcher Bobby Graves joins Sarah Westall’s program to share his lifetime of study of world history in his uniquely entertaining style. Here are both parts in a two-part series. Westall hopes to bring back Graves for a running overview that will uncover the hidden history of the United States and the World.
A review and discussion of John Glubb’s essay, The Fate of Empires, from 1976. Glubb emphasizes the need to learn the lessons of history as opposed to just memorizing a few historical incidents stressed in schools. More from Computing Forever.
Musician, historian, artist & scientist Jill Mattson joins Sarah Westall’s program to share her life long research into the intersection of music, art, science, and history. Her book the “Lost Waves of Time” is a journey through time and music; how music was used by the ancients for everything from medicine, agriculture, to war, but not widely for entertainment. She explains how today is very different from the past. This episode is a journey into the power of sound through out history.
This is part one of a two-part program. We will present the followup after it appears.
Black Pigeon Speaks explores how Paris has attempted to grapple with two conflicting demands: Providing more affordable housing while also steadfastly protecting its architectural traditions and older monuments and buildings. Can Paris survive as a boutique city? What about parasite housing? Can it solve the dilemma. Other cities around the world, including San Francisco and Tokyo, are facing similar quandaries.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Patrick Byrne, entrepreneur and former Overstock CEO, about the social media purge, social media censorship, the false history of fascism, and what we can learn from China. Patrick details how he founded Overstock.com and the importance of freedom of speech. He shares how the social media ban affecting conservatives and the Big Tech banning Trump from virtually all social media platforms will only create a demand for more alternatives like Locals.
He shares why he thinks Section 230 should be repealed. He also shares how Milton Friedman convinced him to become an advocate for school choice and why so many people have a poor knowledge of history. Patrick explains the leftist roots of fascism and socialism, as well as what China does right that America could learn from.
Now that Leftists are pushing so hard to change the United States, they are also moving to erase historical traces of what the country used to be like. This is not just a matter of pulling down a few statues. They are also actively working to remove historical accounts from the Internet. Mr. Reagan explains the processes at work. Really sinister stuff!