Host Stan Hess discusses white ethnicity with an Iranian-American (“Iranian for Aryans”). Iranian discusses coming to the U.S. as a child, his moral upbringing, his admiration for old fashioned European and European American values, and the difference between the White world and the world of Eury.
Host Stan Hess and panelists Paul Fromm and Ray Goodwin discuss White Music as a vehicle for cultural change. They focus on certain pieces from classical, opera, rhythm and blues, country, blue grass, patriotic, and Celtic music in particular as examples of rich and vibrant compositions.
Host Stan Hess reads from Pete Papaherakles’ article from the American Free Press entitled “Rothschilds Want Iran’s Banks” and retired college instructor of history Ray Goodwin and AFP writer Pete Papaherakles discuss the issue.
Host Stan Hess and panelists Carolyn Yeager, Paul Fromm, and Professor Ray Goodwin discuss the life of British educator Ray Honeyford and how his story relates to whites in education in the U.S. and Canada.
Stan Hess and Paul Fromm discuss Mexico’s invasion into California and other parts of the U.S. Stan reads from parts of Victor Davis Hanson’s article “A Vandalized Valley” and refers to Hanson’s book Mexifornia.