HAC offers another episode of the ever-popular “Who Guards The Guardians?” and talks some more about migration locales, and we hear from some overseas comrades.
HAC and Andy rap on PSAs (Primary Settlement Areas) and migration in general. Gretchen reviews Arthur Kemp’s book on the AWB in South Africa and we hear from an Arizona comrade.
HAC raps on the Northwest Constitution, we hear from Gretchen and the Trucker, and HAC bites the head off a race-mixer on the Mike Harris show. (Last segment of the April 10th show.)
HAC on post office boxes, Gretchen on Arthur Kemp’s South Africa book, Andy reprises one of his better Real Politics spots, and the codgers duel on.
HAC on the North Charleston monkoid-shooting, Gretchen reviews a book on runes, Andy talks about migration and the old folks, and two codgers resume their duel.
HAC talks about Basic Joosh Eddjication, Gretchen reviews a German girl’s war memoirs, Brian from Illinois talks about the loneliness of a long-distance right-wing runner, and HAC and Mike Harris give us another hot riff of Dueling Codgers.
HAC talks about the Iran nuke deal, Gretchen about the Hitler Salute, the Trucker speaks as he rolls on down the road, then an excerpt from the latest Mike Harris radio show with HAC as guest.
Andy on whigger smarts; HAC raps on the Wimmin Issue; Gretchen reviews Alfred Rosenberg’s Myth Of The Twentieth Century, and we hear from a couple of younger comrades.
HAC discourses on this and that and reads a section from A Distant Thunder; Gretchen reviews Povl Riis-Knudsen and we hear from a couple of regular guys.
HAC talks about the Matt Hale and Asheville 6 cases, Gretchen reviews Carleton Putnam’s Race And Reason, and Stefan and Annie talk about building a Northwest economy.