This episode features an interview with Patrick Phillips, author of Blood at the Root: A Racial Cleansing in America. We explore the legacy of racial violence in Forsyth County, Georgia.
This episode explores the legacy of Stalin and Soviet policies of the 1930's. Did Stalin's brutal approach to statecraft help or hinder the USSR in World War II?
This episode explores the history of console games. Raymond is joined by guest co-host and video game expert Ken Eakins.
An in-depth look at the history of arcade games. This episode features guest co-host Ken Eakins.
Explore the connections between the Know-Nothings, a nativist political party from the 1850s, and the rise of Donald Trump in the 2016 primaries.
Raymond recounts little-known stories of the Pacific War, including his close encounter with a B-17 bomber, and the truly filthy job of salvaging sunken battleships.
Three brief tales about the race to the South Pole, the last great prize in the Age of Exploration. This episode covers the Antarctic expeditions of Amundsen, Scott, and Shackleton.
Raymond gives a preview and analysis of candidates and issues in the upcoming primaries and 2016 general election.
This episode explores tales of Arctic exploration, including Amundsen's discovery of the Northwest Passage, and the race to the North Pole.
This episode covers the environmental consequences of suburban sprawl, and discusses the odd history of metro Atlanta.
This episode explores the environmental history of Georgia and the southeastern U.S., along with the long-term effects of human settlement in the region.
This episode explores how the world is still cleaning up 70 years after the greatest war in its history. Additionally, we cover the results to the 2015 Canadian election.
In this episode, Raymond explores the history of gun control in Germany in the 1930's. Was gun control responsible for the Nazis' rise to power and the atrocities of the Holocaust?
The second of two episodes about the early phase of the 2016 presidential primaries. Part two covers the top Democratic candidates, including Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
The first of two episodes about the early phase of the 2016 presidential primaries. Part one covers the top Republican candidates, including Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, and Ted Cruz.
To commemorate the recent release of the new J. R. R. Tolkien book, The Story of Kullervo, Raymond will take a brief look into the history of Tolkien's life and writings.
As Raymond continues his look at the Southern Baptist Convention, he is joined by Russell Miles a.k.a. Brother Russell.
Raymond explores the Southern Baptist Convention and the political, cultural, and demographic influence of the largest Protestant denomination in America.
In this episode, Raymond is joined again by John Dolan a.k.a. Gary Brecher a.k.a. The War Nerd to discuss modern Russian foreign policy and the conflict in Syria.