April 11, 2017
Good Morning White America! In this episode Adam and Mary talk for an extra long time about the Alt Right’s response to Trump’s neocon missile strike on Syria, and how we should keep it in perspective. Also, Dr. Karl Radl brings us This Week in White History, Hans and Anna Gygax discuss raw milk, the Hate Bird reads excellent poetry, and Christian Talour has an interesting expose about racial reality from a Chinese perspective. Happy Easter, everybody!
March 16, 2017
While Trump has made all the right noises towards Israel and its lobby in the United States, he has in actuality done very little for them and merely offered them symbolic – not real – gestures of support.
March 10, 2017
This week has seen the jewish fight against the person and the administration of Donald Trump increase in both its intensity and the amount of bile heaped upon on the recently inaugurated President.
February 19, 2017
Whenever people try to “cure” the Church of homophobia, racism or antisemitism, we can be sure that that their goal is to replace Biblical teaching with thinly disguised Marxism.
February 4, 2017
There can be no compromise with evil. We should not try to build bridges to those who are seeking to persecute us by softening our position. When the Church retreats, it loses. When the Church compromises, it loses.
January 31, 2017
Good Morning White America! In this episode Adam and Mary discuss the bias in media portrayals of whites and non-whites, Hans and Anna Gygax answer questions about organics and gardening, and the Hate Bird pays tribute to his native land in honor of Australia Day!
December 19, 2016
Walter was asleep. Slumbering below the surface of the cog in the machinery of everyday life — at work, at his other job, in bed, with his kid — Walter was itching to get out. Dying, in fact, not from cancer, but from not getting out. From suppressing his true nature.
November 30, 2016
Man requires a higher purpose than a paycheck. And not even the love of another may satisfy his soul. He is born not to loaf, but to risk harm and win rewards. The truest measure of a man is his willingness to risk harm to himself and what he possesses in the service of a truly worthy cause greater than himself.