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Author of the 1787 Project, Shane purifies the historical record by providing the information and context so often omitted from modern discussion. This data is applied directly to modern events, reflecting the importance of history when interpreting our present times.

Own the original research and story of race in America: www.1787Project.com

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Author of the 1787 Project, Shane purifies the historical record by providing the information and context so often omitted from modern discussion. This data is applied directly to modern events, reflecting the importance of history when interpreting our present times.

Own the original research and story of race in America: www.1787Project.com

    Ep. 35. The Respect for Marriage Act

    Ep. 35. The Respect for Marriage Act

    The Respect for Marriage Act does not respect any form of marriage. It does not even mention interracial or homosexual marriage, the stated purpose of the bill. Instead of a moral or righteous cause, the Bill only extends the power of the IRS and allows for the political persecution of organizations, institutions, and individuals that defy Leftist ideology.

    • 20 min
    Ep. 34. 2022 Midterms Avoid Repeat of 1946-1948

    Ep. 34. 2022 Midterms Avoid Repeat of 1946-1948

    While Republican pundits and commentators lament the 2022 election results, they ignore the critical application of the 1948 Presidential campaign. The lack of midterm dominance disarmed the Democratic and Biden especially of their preferred ad hominem assaults that blame their political opposition for the inevitable consequences of the doomed economic policies enacted during the first two years of the Biden Presidency. The parallels mirror those of the 1946-1948 cycle between Truman and the so-called "do nothing" 80th Congress dominated by Republicans that saw the election of Truman in 1948 in one of the greatest electoral upsets in American history.

    • 39 min
    Weekend Special Ep. 4. The True Face of Great Replacement Theory

    Weekend Special Ep. 4. The True Face of Great Replacement Theory

    Great Replacement Theory (GRT) is used to malign those who question modern immigration practices, both legal and illegal, as hallmarks of racism and prejudice. Omitted from this conversation is the historical roots of the Democratic Party in perpetuating actual GRT propaganda to uphold slavery and later Jim Crowism and the violent murder of blacks and immigrants seeking employment in Northern industrial cities.
    Hidden behind this facade is a very real political strategy employed openly and lauded by every Leftist-Democrat spokesperson and publication, from the Democrat President Joe Biden to Salon magazine as early as the 2000s.
    One might ask: Why invite Southern Hispanic illegal immigrants and refugees, while outright rejecting Cubans? The answer is a simple one: the acclimation of political power.

    • 56 min
    Ep. 33. The Democrat Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

    Ep. 33. The Democrat Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

    Booth gained infamy for assassinated the Great Emancipator, Abraham Lincoln. Though accurate, this brief summation omits his radicalization through Democrat propaganda, his self-hatred, and desire to elevate himself to the kind of mythologization that followed Old John Brown. Where Brown was the agent of the North and liberty, Boothe personified the Southern slave-holding Confederate Democrats.

    • 18 min
    Ep. 32. Northern Democrat Propaganda in the Civil War

    Ep. 32. Northern Democrat Propaganda in the Civil War

    Prior to and during the hostilities of the Civil War, Copperhead Democrats used pamphlets and the wide reach of the New York Times and other newspapers to spread their anti-black, racist propaganda. The intent was the same as similar Southern strategies: to foment racial hatred and create social discord for political opportunity.

    • 39 min
    Episode 31. Separation of Church and State

    Episode 31. Separation of Church and State

    Catapulted into the headines with the recent Supreme Court decision in Carson v. Makin, the Establishment Clause, or the doctrine of separating the church from the state, remains a misunderstood revision of its historical applications. The Makin decision returned the original understanding of the doctrine, distorted by the secular Klansmen judicial activist, Hugo Black, in 1947. But where did this doctrine originate, and how was it understood before the disastrous Everson decision?

    • 30 min

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