Coming Up On The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show Monday March 6 To Friday March 10 – John Friend / Rick Tyler / Andrew Carrington Hitchcock / Frosty Wooldridge / Mark Anderson
10am-11am US et : 3pm-4pm UK Monday to Friday
MONDAY MARCH 6
John Friend – Anti-Semitism And Free Speech
On today’s show I was joined by John Friend to discuss his latest article in The Barnes Review entitled, “Anti-Semitism And Free Speech.”
I read the article in its’ entirety which prompted a lively discussion on both the article and other issues in this show.
TUESDAY MARCH 7
Rick Tyler – Come To Republica
On today’s show I was joined by Rick Tyler to discuss his, “Come To Republica,” project.
Rick actually has a page on his website that will detail this project for you, so I draw your attention to that.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 8
The Synagogue Of Satan Updated, Expanded, And Uncensored – Part 10 (1938 – 1953)
On today’s show I continued the series in which I will be reading my book, “The Synagogue Of Satan Updated, Expanded, And Uncensored,” in its entirety.
On today’s show I read years 1938 – 1953.
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THURSDAY MARCH 9
Frosty Wooldridge – The Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation Worldwide – Part 6
On today’s show Frosty Wooldridge returned to continue his series entitled, “The Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation Worldwide.”
Did you know that since 2006, honey bees have been dying by the tens of millions. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), has wiped out some 10 million bee hives worth $2 billion over the past six years.
A beekeeper said, “Bees are vital to our lives as they are among the primary pollinators of our food plants. It has been deduced that if our native bees were to die out, the effect on crops and wild flowers would be utterly catastrophic. As these crops and flowers provide food for our wild and farm animals, we could easily lose up to a third of our regular diet. This is a very real problem, and one that is not getting the attention it needs.”
Bees and other pollinators allow humanity to thrive. Without them, we won’t survive the 21st century.
FRIDAY MARCH 10
Mark Anderson – This Week’s American Free Press
On today’s show I will be joined by Mark Anderson of AFP to run through selected articles in the new edition of the American Free Press.