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Peter Schaenk Announcement

April 1, 2009

We regret to announce that Peter Schaenk and Voice of Reason Broadcast Network have reached an agreement to part ways.

You can contact Peter at shanktalk@yahoo.com or his War of Perception Web site.

We are grateful for the months of hard work and professionalism that Peter has contributed to VoR, in an effort to get us off the ground in our first year. We wish him the very best of luck and success in all future endeavors.  The archives of Peter’s VoR broadcasts can be found here.

Peter Schaenk interviews Merlin Miller, Mar. 11, 2009

March 7, 2009

Update: The interview is now available here.

This Wednesday, VoR radio host Peter Schaenk interviews filmmaker Merlin Miller. Topics discussed:

  • Jewish involvement in Hollywood.
  • How the MPA is used to keep independent filmmakers out of the mainstream.
  • Merlin’s involvement with survivors of the U.S.S. Liberty.
  • All this and more!

About Merlin Miller

Merlin Miller

Merlin Miller was born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa, and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY in 1974. He served several years in the U.S. Army where he commanded two units and then worked as an Industrial Engineering Manager for Michelin Tire Company. In 1983, he was accepted into the University of Southern California’s “Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program,” graduating in 1985 with an MFA degree in Cinema/Television. Merlin has since been an independent screenwriter, motion picture producer/director, and media instructor.

Merlin’s award winning films include; “A Place to Grow” starring Gary Morris, Tracy Kristofferson, John Beck and Wilford Brimley, and “Jericho” starring Mark Valley, Leon Coffee, Lisa Stewart, R. Lee Ermey and Buck Taylor. His vision is to build a viable and far-reaching alternative to Hollywood… one that can help shape a more positive destiny for the marginalized, yet traditionally valued American majority.

Affiliations
Americana Pictures

Films
Jericho (2002): Director, Producer
A Place to Grow (1994): Director

Peter Schaenk interviews Gordon Baum, Mar. 4, 2009

February 21, 2009

Update: The interview is now available here.

This Wednesday, VoR radio host Peter Schaenk interviews Gordon Baum, CEO and one of the founders of the Council of Conservative Citizens. Peter will talk to Gordon about that organization, about the two pages devoted to the organization in Ann Coulter’s latest book, Guilty: Liberal “Victims” and Their Assault on America, and about other topics.

About Gordon Baum

CofCC

Gordon was born in St. Louis in 1940 to a family of Pennsylvania Dutch origin. A veteran of the Viet Nam war, he served four years in the US Navy from 1958 – 1961, attaining the rank of E-5. Married with three children, Baum worked full time during the day for General Motors while attaining his bachelor’s degree in History. He then took night classes and graduated from the St. Louis School of Law, the oldest law school west of the Mississippi. After beginning practice as an attorney, he began working for the Citizens’ Council of America, acting as Midwest field director from 1969 – 1982. Gordon was a radio talk show host from 1995 – 2005. He is now semi-retired from practicing law and is the CEO of the Council of Conservative Citizens, which he helped to found in the late 1980s. As head of the Council, he has done hundreds of interviews, including with such notables as Catherine Crier and Bill O’Reilly.

Peter Schaenk interviews Craig Bodeker, Feb. 18, 2009

February 15, 2009

Update: The interview is now available here; a high-quality version is available here.

VoR radio host Peter Schaenk interviews filmmaker Craig Bodeker this Wednesday. They discuss Craig’s new film, A Conversation About Race. You don’t want to miss it!

About Craig’s film

Craig Bodeker
Craig Bodeker

A Conversation about Race is filmmaker Craig Bodeker’s answer to then-Senator Obama’s call for such a dialogue. As he states in the opening lines of the film, “I can’t think of another issue that is more artificial, manufactured or manipulated than this whole construct called racism.” In the film, a diverse group of Colorado residents are challenged for their thoughts on:

  • Why do white students score better than black students on standardized tests?
  • Why is the NBA nearly 90% black?
  • Have you ever been “racist”?
  • Are whites better at anything than blacks?
  • Do blacks commit more crimes than whites?
  • Can you name a public figure who is “racist”?
  • Can you give an example of the racism you see in your daily life?
  • How do you feel about immigration from Mexico?

Craig says, “A Conversation About Race is just the starting point. Watch the film, and then have your own conversation about race. You’ll be surprised at what you discover!”

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Peter Schaenk interviews Matthew Raphael Johnson – Wed., Feb. 11

February 7, 2009

About the show

VoR radio host Peter Schaenk interviews Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson, an editor at the Barnes Review and American Free Press. Peter and Matt discuss such topics as the Russian mafia and some of its prominent figures, the techniques necessary to create an effective revolutionary political movement, Russia as the best hope to defeat the Globalists, the events & effects of the 2008 South Ossetia war, and Matthew’s affiliation with the Russian Orthodox Church.

About Matthew Raphael Johnson

Matthew Raphael Johnson symbol
Matt is originally from Union County, New Jersey. He took his master’s degree from the University of Missouri, writing his thesis on social alienation in the works of Hegel and Nietzsche. He went on to complete his PhD at the University of Nebraska, writing his dissertation on Michael Oakeshott’s critique of modernity. His first job out of college was working with the Barnes Review. He has recently left his job teaching history at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmetsville, MD and is now an independent writer and priest of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Matt has written numerous articles, which can be found on his Web site, http://rusjournal.com. He is also author of several books, including: Lectures on Medieval Russia, Ethnicity, State, and Utopia, The Manifestation of Holiness, Selected Essays on Russian Literature, and The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism, and Orthodoxy.

Peter Schaenk interviews Mark Weber

January 21, 2009

Note: The interview is now available here.

About the show: Peter Schaenk interviews Mark Weber from the Institute for Historical Review. Topics covered:

  • Obama’s inauguration and the future of America.
  • The Jewish experience as a role model for Blacks.
  • The lack of racial identity within White America.
  • All this and more!

About Mark Weber

Mark Weber
Mark Weber, historian and author, is director of the Institute for Historical Review, an independent “think tank” and publishing-educational enterprise based in southern California.

He is the author of many articles, reviews, and essays dealing with historical, political, and social issues, which have appeared in a variety of periodicals, and in a range of languages.

Weber has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows, and has appeared many times on television, including on the nationally broadcast “Hannity and Colmes” and “Montel Williams” shows. He has conducted countless interviews with television, radio and print journalists from across the United States, and from Britain, Germany, Sweden, Lebanon, Iran, South Africa, and other countries.

He was born in Portland, Oregon, where he was also raised. He studied history at the University of Illinois (Chicago), the University of Munich (Germany), and Portland State University, from where he received a bachelor’s degree in history (with high honors). He then did graduate work in history at Indiana University (Bloomington), where he served as a history instructor and received a Master’s degree in European history.

In 1988 he testified for five days in Toronto District Court as a recognized expert witness on Germany’s wartime Jewish policy and the Holocaust issue.

During the five years he lived in Washington, DC, he carried out extensive historical research at the National Archives and the Library of Congress.

He lived and worked for two and one-half years in Germany (Bonn and Munich), and for a time in Ghana (West Africa), where he taught English, history, and geography at an all-Black secondary school.

He has been Director of the IHR since 1995. For nine years he was editor of the IHR’s Journal of Historical Review.

Peter Schaenk, January 21, 2009

January 14, 2009

Peter Schaenk was still recovering from his illness, so the show was delayed until Wed., Jan. 21. Let’s all wish Peter a full recovery of health, and look forward to Peter’s return!

This week with Peter Schaenk: January 14, 2009

January 7, 2009

Peter Schaenk is a little under the weather this week, so the first show of 2009 must be delayed until next week. Until then, hang in there; Peter Schaenk shall return to VoR!

This week with Peter Schaenk: January 7, 2009

December 1, 2008

To be announced. Tune in to find out!

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