Show 18: Enemy at the Gates: The Battle of Stalingrad part 1

Stalingrad. It’s a name we’ve all heard before. It’s a showdown between two totalitarian systems and a battle that sent millions of people to the grave. Can you even imagine millions upon millions of men at war? Think about it. In our show today, this tragedy will take place in your ear drums, will desecrate… Continue reading Show 18: Enemy at the Gates: The Battle of Stalingrad part 1

Show 17: The Caravan of Death – The Chilean Coup

On September 11, 1973, tanks ground the pavement of Chile’s capital city. Chilean air force jets bombed the presidential palace. Men fought in the streets. Snipers danced in between buildings, shooting friend and foe, and even each other. The whole nation was under martial law. The radio was taken over. The schools were taken over.… Continue reading Show 17: The Caravan of Death – The Chilean Coup

Coming Soon: Australia Turns the Tide – the Kokoda Trail Campaign

Japan Turns South In 1942, Japan was overwhelming the world’s defense in the Pacific region. The flag of the Emperor spread deep into China in the west, to the borders of the Soviet Union in the north, and south, ever south, towards Australia. Only one stumbling block stood in the way of the Japanese and… Continue reading Coming Soon: Australia Turns the Tide – the Kokoda Trail Campaign

Show 15: Death Forest – Battle of Teutoburg Forest

In today’s episode we have one of the most important battles in world history: Teutoburg Forest. A loose confederation of Germanic tribes, led by a Romanized German named Arminius, seeks to stem the irresistible Roman advance into the heart of Germany. It was Arminius’s actions that saved the German language. It was his actions that… Continue reading Show 15: Death Forest – Battle of Teutoburg Forest

Is the Family Political? Feminism vs Political Reality

Recently, at a luxury hotel cocooning immense wealth, surrounded by a city enveloping immense poverty, I had a private debate with a feminist. The feminist, herself a product of immense wealth and privilege (annual salary $93,000 a year before fringe benefits like pensions) was adamant that the family is political. This is a lie. Objective… Continue reading Is the Family Political? Feminism vs Political Reality