The Sons of History podcast is all about giving historical references and engaging dialogue about what is happening today and why it’s happening.
Amy Coney Barrett: The Race Toward SCOTUS Confirmation
Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Sept. 18. On Sept. 26, President Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to replace her on the Supreme Court. The Sons of History talk about the process, complaints from the Democrats, the history of confirmations (even in an election year), and recalling the Kavanaugh hearings.
Learn what you need to know about a confirmation hearing that will most likely be one to remember and one that is up against the election clock.
The Incoming Anti-Everything Pushback
In recent years, the onslaught from the radical Left has increased, including the Cancel Culture, the rise of Marxism, the affection for socialism, and the politicizing of every aspect of American life. What is to come of it? The Sons of History discuss the inevitable pushback against the anti-everything movement. Do bear in mind, we are not pleased to announce the inevitable.
Why Is America Following China's Lead?
Over the past six months, have you noticed the measures our states have been taking to infringe on our basic human rights? The right to assembly. The right to religious expression. The right to run your business as you see fit.
Dustin Bass and Alan Wakim discuss how the American government (AND ITS PEOPLE) has taken its approach to the pandemic straight out of the Chinese playbook.
Alan Finds A Road Trip Guest for the Show
Alan Wakim has been on a road trip throughout the southeast portion of the US. While in Pensacola, he made a significant connection with author Wesley Odom, who specializes in Pensacola history. Who knew that the longest siege of the American Revolution happened in Florida and didn't involve Americans? Learn a ton about something you most likely didn't know about from someone who knows.
Galvez, Jackson, and the Battle of New Orleans
Alan Wakim is on a road trip through the southeast. His first stop: Louisiana. The Sons of History discuss how the Spanish assisted during the American Revolution, as well as what happened during the Battle of New Orleans. Great information as always. And truly, the result at New Orleans was nothing short of miraculous.
Federal Agents, Unmarked Vans, and Federal Overreach
During the Portland riots this year, another odd thing took place - federal agents in unmarked vans were grabbing suspected rioters, tossing them into the van and taking them into custody. Was this an anomaly? Or was this just another instance of federal government overreach?
The Sons of History invite constitutional scholar Joe Wolverton to discuss whether the federal government was in the right to do what it did, or if it was another section of Pandora's box that has been opened with the federal government.
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These podcasts offer an easy way to learn about our history. Two ordinary guys without an agenda just trying to discuss the important events of our past. More Americans need to listen!
So much to digest, wonderful clarifications and details on key parts of Texas and Mexican history.