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Star Parker writes the introduction for the new book, The State of Black Progress: Confronting Government and Judicial Obstacles. She joins WRFH to address how signs of success on the surface coexist with social stagnation on the ground in the black community. The book features contributions from W.B. Allen, Judge Janice Rogers Brown (ret.), Ian Ro…
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We will be here all summer keeping you up to date with a weeks worth of historic trivia ranging from world history to pop culture! Stick around for the end of the episode to see whether Gavin or Michaela wins our "Guess That Year" portion of the show. Do you know what year the first Fast and Furious Movie came out?…
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This is our first episode and we will be here all summer keeping you up to date with a weeks worth of historic trivia ranging from world history to pop culture! Stick around for the end of the episode to see whether Gavin or Michaela wins our "Guess That Year" portion of the show. Do you know what year South Africa hosted the World Cup?…
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The Daily Caller's Megan Brock joined WRFH to discuss a series a stories from an investigation into Members of The World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH) - the leading authority in the field of transgender medicine - were caught on camera privately contradicting publicly touted standards for transgender treatment to push contr…
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Professor James Davison Hunter — author of the new book, Democracy and Solidarity, and LaBrosse-Levinson Distinguished Professor of Religion, Culture, and Social Theory and executive director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia — joins WRFH. In Democracy and Solidarity: On the Cultural Roots of America’s P…
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Craig Springer is a fish biologist and writer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and former editor of the agency's Eddies magazine. He's the editor of America's Bountiful Waters: 150 Years of Fisheries Conservation and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. His writings on conservation, nature, and history haveappeared in the New York Times, ESPN O…
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This week we discuss the ongoing pro-Palestine protests profilerating across college campuses. Tune in to hear about why these protests are happening (and why people are getting arrested), a non-exhaustive list of campuses involved, and (potentially) the new up-and-coming profession for our current moment.…
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Ally is on aux this week and takes the crew back to 1972 with Jim Croce's "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)." We talk breakup songs, the relevance of quality music even decades later when removed from the signs of their times, and Croce as a songwriter. Ally also makes fun of Gavin (per usual).…
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Gavin is on aux this week and chose "Rumble" by Skrillex, Fred Again and Flowdan. This is a bit out of the crew's comfort zone, despite Bella being our elected electronic music representative. Gavin walks us through how he found the song, the gals relay their histories with Skrillex, and we chat about the merging of different genres to create songs…
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In the final episode of Sidebar on Radio Free Hillsdale 101.7 FM, hosts Lauren Scott, Maddy Welsh, and Emilie Moneyhon discuss roasted cicada salads, Chicago's famous rat hole, a thief disguised as a garbage-bag, and more. Then, Emilie presents Lauren and Maddy with two true news stories and one fake one and they have to guess which one is the lie.…
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This week we discuss terrain theory versus germ theory, which Jillian did not even know was a "theory" until scrolling for this episode. Tune in to hear social media fail majorly, Jillian try her best to engage with scientific theories, and Garrett make a rare mention of his girlfriend whom he has dated almost as long as this show has been around.…
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Dr. Allen Guelzo is a Thomas W. Smith Distinguished Research Scholar and Director of the Initiative on Politics and Statesmanship in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He joins Jillian Parks on Radio Free Hillsdale to talk about the relevance and importance of history and, more specifically, what he has learned through his work as a…
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