Category Archives: Political History

Alice Rothchild Interview — Podcast February 13, 2017

If You Prick Us, Do We Not Bleed…If You Wrong Us, Shall We Not Revenge?: Jewish-American Physician Alice Rothchild Addresses the Legacy of Injury And Retribution That a Purely Geopolitical Approach To the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Has Inflicted On the Inhabitants Of the Region. Democratic … Continue reading

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The Democratic Convention: A Different America — Podcast August 1, 2016

The Democratic Party Holds Up Its Mirror To an America Which Isn’t Afraid, Isn’t Angry, and Isn’t All White or All Male: Democratic Perspective regulars Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster, and Steve Williamson review the Democrats’ vision of the American future. It’s quite a … Continue reading

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The Decline of the Republican Party — Podcast March 7, 2016

From Abraham Lincoln to Donald Trump: Whatever Happened to the Grand Old Party? Democratic Perspective looks at the accelerating decline of the Republican Party. From Abraham Lincoln to Teddy Roosevelt to Donald Trump — whatever this progression signifies, it’s far from Theodore Parker and … Continue reading

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