The Voice of Reason Broadcast Network is pleased to announce the return of its old Friday night show, which in its new incarnation will be called simply “The Friday Show”. The show will run every Friday from 9:00pm to 11:00pm Eastern time. Like the old incarnations, the show will offer news and commentary on current events from an explicitly pro-White point of view. Call-ins will be accepted in the second hour (toll-free telephone: 1-855-477-2283). The main co-hosts will be Mike Conner and Matt Parrott. There may well be other co-hosts, as well as special guests, from week to week.
The show starts tomorrow, Fri., Dec. 30, 2011.
Related Schedule Changes
The Stark Truth with Robert Stark (which ran Wed. & Fri., 9pm ET) will now run on Mondays and Wednesdays, at 8pm ET.
The Mark Weber Report (which ran Wed., 10pm ET) will move up one hour to Wednesday at 9pm ET.
The Jamie Kelso Show, currently on temporary hiatus, will move to a new time slot to be announced in early January.
For more than a century, US foreign policy was based on the principle of non-intervention in overseas wars and disputes, and rejection of “entangling alliances.” In the 1890s this gave way to an expansionist, imperialistic and “messianic” foreign policy. Big business interests craved new markets overseas, sensationalist newspapers promoted military adventurism, and political and religious leaders sought to spread US-style “democracy” and “Christianity.” In 1898 the US — seizing on a pretext — declared war against Spain. The US acquired the Philippines and Puerto Rico, and used the occasion to take Hawaii and establish hegemony over Cuba. This was a landmark transition from a republic to an imperial power. Later, in two world wars, Presidents Wilson and Roosevelt vigorously pushed a globalist US foreign policy, justifying military intervention everywhere in the name of “democracy.” Today America’s “exceptionalist” role as a “world policeman” is increasingly resented everywhere as arrogant and hypocritical.
… highlights plight of right-to-life freedom fighter Linda Gibbons who has spent 9 of the last 17 years in jail for peacefully picketing abortuaries in Toronto in defiance of a 150-yard bubble zone injunction;
… praises Dominican Republic for stripping children of Haitian illegals of their citizenship. No anchor babies for them. Why didn’t Canada or the U.S. think of such a sensible way to protect OUR borders?
… says that it looks good on them: Controversy dogs Zionist “rights” (actually “holocaust”) museum in Winnipeg.
The American Third Position Party (A3P)—its goals, its agenda, its attitude toward non-European immigration;
The A3P’s platform, which is neither “left” nor “right”;
The A3P’s main goal, to reach out to Americans of European ancestry and particularly to disenfranchised White workers, farmers and students who have become victims of the discriminatory affirmative action policies;
The recent nomination of the A3P presidential candidate, Mr. Merlin Miller and his running mate, Prof. Virginia Abernethy.
Honor Court entrance to Reichschancellery designed by Albert Speer, with Arno Breker sculptures Die Partei and Die Wehrmacht.
Guests Wilhelm Kriessmann, who saw action on the Eastern Front in WWII, and Rodney Martin who specializes in the culture of the Third Reich, discuss with Carolyn the very high achievements in these two branches of the arts, so much of which was wantonly destroyed by the Allies during and after the war.
The Christmas message of peace, good will and respect for others is not just a Christian or even narrowly religious one. These timeless principles are important for nations as well as for individuals. But because American cultural and political life is controlled by a small but powerful minority with its own partisan agenda, US foreign policy has all too often been arrogant, bellicose and oppressive — with harmful long-term consequences for Americans and humanity. Due to the systematic misinformation about history and current affairs in the US many American Christians are woefully ignorant about their own religion and heritage, including basic facts about the Holy Land. Americans are encouraged to turn their backs on fellow Christians in the Holy Land, and are persuaded to instead identify with and support their oppressors.
I live in the Midwest and write for a local publication under my real name. I have a bachelor’s degree in Finance and a Master’s in Economics, not that they’re worth anything and not that I learned much from them. I’m currently a waiter who accept low pay for the freedom to blog and read and pursue other passions.
… exposes rule that forbids House of Representative Members sending “Merry Christmas” greetings in franked mail;
… updates and celebrates growing support for Natasha Burge — Windsor high school senior suspended for standing up for Christmas;
… sketches the origins of the attack on Christmas;
… refutes an article by Bernie Farber, ex-CEO of the Canadian Jewish Congress, and Marvis Kurz, lawyer for B’nai Brith, supporting censorship and the discredited Sec. 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act;
… wishes one and all a happy winter solstice & a very merry Christmas, and a bah, humbug, to the Christ haters & Christmas haters!
Nothing more vividly underscores the depths to which American political life has fallen than the behavior of leading presidential candidates at a recent meeting of the “Republican Jewish Coalition.” They sought to outdo each other in bidding for support from the single most powerful and influential ethnic-religious group in the US. Such self-serving behavior is not new, but has long been an expression of the corruption of American political life. In 1947-48, President Harry Truman faced the choice of whether or not to support the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. Secretary of State Marshall, along with all other knowledgeable US officials, warned that support for Zionist ambitions in the Middle East would have harmful, long-term consequences for America and the world. But Truman ignored these warnings. By supporting the new Jewish state, he put partisan political considerations foremost. This fateful decision was the “original sin” of US Middle East policy.
Why its important to defend the rights of those with unpopular political views.
William Norman Grigg has authored several books from a Constitutionalist perspective. He used to be a senior editor of John Birch Society’s The New American magazine and has written for Lew Rockwell and the American Conservative. He blogs at Pro-Libertate.