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December 2006

Fri., December 29, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Weber: Executive Director of the Institute for Historical Review (IHR) at He joins Mark Dankof to discuss Holocaust revisionism, the Zundel and Irving cases, and other items of interest pertaining to the Israeli Lobby.
Thu., December 28, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Glenn of Crescent and Cross joins Mark Dankof for an end of the Year 2006 look at news stories past, present, and future. Crescent and Cross may be found at Wed., December 27, 2006:
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John Eidsmoe of Institute on the Constitution will join Mark Dankof in the second hour of today's show to discuss Constitutional issues and the direction of America in present times.
Tue., December 26, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Dr. Kaveh Farrokh is a Persian scholar at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. He will discuss the ideology of Pan Turanianism, and how Neo-Conservatives, Western Oil Companies, and Israel are using this ideology to threaten the territorial integrity of Iran as a prelude to a possible war. Dr. Farrokh has an online book manuscript on the subject through the auspices of Rozaneh Magazine, an entity dedicated to Persian/Iranian culture, history, and politics.
Mon., December 25, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Fri., December 22, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: John Diamond is the author of "The Rise of America: Fighting the Next Revolution and The American Crisis." He joins Mark Dankof to discuss his book and its thesis.
Thu., December 21, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Jerry E. Smith has been a writer, editor and activist for nearly four decades. In the early 1990s he was the Executive Director of the National UFO Museum in Reno, Nevada. His bibliography of published works includes scores of articles and reviews, over a dozen ghost-written books, and three non-fiction works from Adventures Unlimited Press: "WEATHER WARFARE: The Military's Plan to Draft Mother Nature," a follow up to his "HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy" published in 1998, and "SECRETS OF THE HOLY LANCE: The Spear Of Destiny In History & Legend" which came out in 2005. "SECRETS OF THE HOLY LANCE" was co-authored with George Piccard, who wrote "LIQUID CONSPIRACY: JFK, LSD, the CIA, Area 51, and UFOs" in 1999.
Wed., December 20, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Dankof compares Peter Baker's front page story in the Washington Post today on Bush's admission that the United States is "not winning" in Iraq with the new commentaries underscoring this truth penned by Pat Buchanan, Justin Raimondo, and Kevin Zeese. Mark then begins to explore the meaning and context of a diary he kept in Tehran, Iran in the summer of 1976, entitled "A Summer of a Thousand Nights: From Tehran to Susa" at
Tue., December 19, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Dankof covers a potpourri of political events today including the North American Union discussions, the crisis in Gaza, the vote totals emanating from Tehran's Assembly of Experts election, the approval of Israel's Supreme Court for the policy of "targeted assassinations," and Lt. General William Odom's analysis of 6 Brutal Truths on the War in Iraq. Mark then shifts gears into a discussion of Christmas with reference to Matthew, chapters 1 and 2; and Hamid Bakhsheshi's December 8th piece for The Iranian entitled "Friends Spread Throughout the World" at
Mon., December 18, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Harry Maclean's bestseller, In Broad Daylight, won an Edgar for Best True Crime and was a New York Times bestseller for 12 weeks, selling more than 2 million copies. The book was made into an NBC movie-of-the-week in 1992, with Brian Dennehy playing the lead role. 25 years after the original publication of In Broad Daylight, the book has been issued by St. Martin's Press in a revised and updated edition, 68 pages longer than the original work.

The book deals with the murder of town terror Kenneth McElroy in the summer of 1981. Killed in an act of fear and retribution by local townspeople in front of multiple eyewitnesses, the killing remains unsolved in spite of 3 grand jury investigations and a 9 month investigation by the FBI. Harry Maclean's new edition of In Broad Daylight contains previously undisclosed information about the killing and provides detailed information about the witnesses and killers.
Fri., December 15, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Wendy Campbell: California-based human rights activist specializing in the human rights of Palestinians in their ancestral homeland. She has produced four documentaries which include: "Truth: Exposing Israeli Apartheid", "Neturei Karta: Jews Against Zionism", "Rosa Remembers Palestine" and "Syria: Land of Friendly People and Hidden Treasure". Her documentaries and articles can be found on her website: Her other website is Thu., December 14, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Green joins Mark Dankof today to discuss topics related to foreign policy and Israel. Green is an independent writer and producer. He is also the former host of the cable TV talk show, FLASHPOINT, which ran for two years in Santa Barbara, CA. As host, Green had on more than his share of non-mainstream guests, including such dissident luminaries as author and Professor, Kevin MacDonald, anti-Zionist activist Wendy Campbell, Holocaust revisionist Bradley Smith as well as web-based journalists like Ivan Eland of, and radio journalist and writer, Jeff Blankfort. Green's first TV program was one he produced himself. Called "Why Terrorism?", it was a televised debate about US policies in the Middle East. It featured former CA Congressman Pete McCloskey and former Israeli Knesset member (and JDL founder) Rabbi Meir Kahane. This debate was produced some 15 years before the events of 911.
Sample Mark Green articles may be found at:
Wed., December 13, 2006: Playlists:
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Joe Cortina is a foreign policy analyst, specializing in the Caribbean Basin, particularly Nicaragua and El Salvador. He has equivalent expertise as a disinformation specialist dealing with Soviet instigated "active measures" and "ideological subversion" in the United States of America. Active measures is a Soviet phrase used to describe overt and covert intelligence gathering techniques, designed to advance Moscow's foreign policy objectives and/or influence events in the USA and other foreign countries towards this end. The Kremlin sponsors these operations for the express purpose of influencing the policies and actions of our govt., to undermine public confidence in our leaders and institutions, to influence public opinion against selected military, economic and political programs, to disrupt relations between the US and our allies, and to demonstrate that the policies and goals of our country are detrimental to the growth of "third world" countries. Some of the techniques used include forged documents, written and oral disinformation, agents of influence (e.g. Vladimir Posner), political influence operations (eg. 'marches' on Washington), use of communist parties (e.g. CPUSA), and an international network of Soviet controlled and or assisted front groups (eg. CISPES). Joe joins Mark Dankof to discuss his observations on the Zionist State of Israel, gleaned from much research and a trip to Israel in 1989.
Tue., December 12, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Carlene Cross: Author of "Fleeing Fundamentalism" joins Mark Dankof for an autobiographical examination of her life inside and outside the cultural and theological realm of American Fundamentalism.
Mon., December 11, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Peter LaBarbera discusses cultural declension and the agenda of the militant homosexual rights movement with Mark Dankof, and special reference to the former's organization, Americans for Truth (
Fri., December 8, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. E. Michael Jones: Editor of Culture Wars and the author of The Slaughter of Cities. Dr. Jones joins Mark Dankof for conversation on the declension of American culture and the dark forces behind it.
Thu., December 7, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. Rodney Stark: Joins Mark Dankof for an hour of conversation on his book, "The Cities of God." Dr. Stark is a Baylor University Professor of the Social Sciences whose profile may be accessed at:
Wed., December 6, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
James W. Dark: Executive Director of the Texas State Rifle Association, joins Mark Dankof to discuss the programs of the TSRA and legislative items of interest affecting gun owners in both Texas and America in the wake of November's off-year elections.
Tue., December 5, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Dankof discusses the Robert Gates confirmation hearings in terms of what was said--and left unsaid--by both the United States Senate and the mainstream American media in the last two days. Special reference was made to new posts by Pat Buchanan, Paul Craig Roberts, and Eric Margolis on the subject of the failure of American foreign policy in the Middle East.
Mon., December 4, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Terry Compton: Southern cultural traditionalist, paleo-conservative, and Christian activist Terry Compton joins Mark Dankof today for conversation on the state of America and the world. Terry's professional web site is:
Fri., December 1, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Bahman Nassiri: Discussing his coming new movie, "The Golden Veil", about who and what was behind the overthrow of the Pahlavi Dynasty in Iran in the 1978-79 Islamic Revolution in Iran.
November 2006

Thu., November 30, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. James P. Cantrell: Returning to continue his conversation with Mark Dankof regarding the former's new book, "How Celtic Culture Invented Southern Literature."
Wed., November 29, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Jonathan Kirsch: Author of "The History of the End of the World," joins Mark Dankof to discuss the history of the interpretation of the Book of Revelation.
Tue., November 28, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Joanna Francis: American Catholic Joanna Francis joins Mark Dankof for a no-holds-barred look at where research on the cultural and spiritual declension of the United States led the former in terms of links, money trails, and analytical conclusions. The "J" word will come up in the discussion of this labyrinthine maze and its implications.
Joanna Francis's links include her archives at Mark Glenn's Crescent and Cross site at
Mon., November 27, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Joshua Holland: Discussing Investigative Journalism, Corporate Media, and specific issues of the day. Joshua is a progressive muckraker who lives with a loyal mutt named Red in Washington, DC, and is a staff writer at Alternet (a project of the Independent Media Institute in San Francisco) and a recipient of a Schumann Center for Media and Democracy writing grant for independent journalism. He is also a regular contributor to The Gadflyer. His AlterNet archive may be accessed at:
Fri., November 24, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Jon Basil Utley: Thu., November 23, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Wed., November 22, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Gail Parker: 3rd Party candidate in the United States Senate race in Virginia, Gail "For Rail" Parker, discusses the Allen/Webb contest, her own campaign for rail as an alternative to a fossil fuel based economy and foreign policy, and the challenges for 3rd party candidates of all persuasions and ideological stripes.
Tue., November 21, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. Matthew Sleeth
Mon., November 20, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. Nabil Abuznaid: Deputy Chief of Mission for the Palestine Liberation Organization's (PLO) Mission to the United States, will be a radio guest for Mark Dankof's America on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN). The show will air live from 11 am to 1 pm Central Standard Time/Noon to 2 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Internet through the RBN web site, and live on international shortwave frequency 12.180 and selected stations in the Austin/San Antonio area. The show will be subsequently archived on the RBN Website for later listening on the World Wide Web.
Fri., November 17, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Dankof discusses the Kennedy Assassination, relevant news topics and summaries, and a look forward to next week's guests, which include PLO Deputy Chief of Station in Washington, Dr. Nabil Abuznaid, and Jon Basil Utley of Americans Against World Empire.
Thu., November 16, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. Ron Larsen: Ph. D. in physics from Cornell University, and is the paleo-conservative editor of
Wed., November 15, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Stewart Rhodes: Will discuss the destruction of the American Constitutional Republic by the War on Terror and the doctrine of "enemy combatant status." Rhodes won Yale Law School's award for the best position paper on the Bill of Rights, which may be accessed here. MoreLiberty has a Steward Rhodes archive.
Tue., November 14, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. James Lamb: Executive Director of Lutherans For Life joins Mark Dankof to discuss cloning, embryonic stem cell research, and abortion related issues in the wake of the defeat of life initiatives in 4 states in the November elections.
Website: Call-in Line: 888-364-LIFE
Mon., November 13, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. James P. Cantrell: Discussing the release of his new book, "How Celtic Culture Invented Southern Literature." Dr. Cantrell learned the Gaelic and Cymric languages during his M. A. studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which specialized in Irish literature. He subsequently earned his Ph. D. in American literature with a Southern literature emphasis from the University of Arkansas. He resides in Germantown, Tennessee.
Fri., November 10, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Nermien Riad: Coptic Orphans of Merrifield, Virginia, will present information on the history of Coptic Egyptian Christianity and its ministry to those who need it most in the Coptic Community worldwide.
Thu., November 9, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Dankof provides his take on the off-year American elections, with a look at specific news stories and sources and the larger implications involved. A discussion of the importance of culture and book reviews for future show segments is discussed with special reference to "The Ultimate Test in Personality and Ideological Analysis" at
Wed., November 8, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Presidential Candidate John Cox: Will discuss "Energy Diversity and Cutting Regulations Can Reduce Record Trade Deficit."
Tue., November 7, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Jacob Hornberger: founder and President of the Future of Freedom Foundation, and a 1975 graduate of the University of Texas Law School in Austin, joins Mark Dankof today to discuss American foreign policy, civil liberties, the Leviathan Central State, and the Foundation's upcoming conference on "Restoring the Republic: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties," to be held June 1-4, 2007, at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, Virginia.
Mon., November 6, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Marty Callaghan: Joins Mark Dankof today to discuss Marty's new film, "Blood and Oil: World War I and the Middle East."
Fri., November 3, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )

Thu., November 2, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Shams Ranjibar: The International Committee to Save the Archeological Sites of Pasargad [Iran] will discuss the threat posed by the IRI regime to pre-Islamic archeological sites in Iran, including the tomb of Cyrus the Great, the first of the Achaemenid kings of Ancient Persia.
Wed., November 1, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Laida Carro: "The Coalition of Cuban-American Women," will discuss the issues of human rights as they involve Cuban-American women, and what is transpiring in Castro's Cuba.
October 2006

Tue., October 31, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Christopher Klicka: The Home School Legal Defense Association will address the topic of "Will Europe Ban Home Schooling: Is America Next?"
Mon., October 30, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Carmen Mercer: the Vice-President and CEO of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, joins Mark Dankof's America to discuss the significance of today's move by the Minutemen to begin welding the steel mesh panels of the High Tech Border Fence being privately constructed along a small segment of America's border with Mexico. Ms. Mercer will also discuss the ramifications of illegal immigration generally, and the lines being drawn in the sand on the issue in American political and societal spheres of influence. Web site:
Fri., October 27, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo, author of "The Real Lincoln" and "Lincoln Unmasked." Dr. DiLorenzo is a professor of economics in the Sellinger School of Business and Management at Loyola College in Maryland, and is widely published in the Wall Street Journal, Reader's Digest, USA Today, National Review, Barron's, and
Thu., October 26, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Dankof Discusses Illegal Immigration and America's Borders
Wed., October 25, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Franklin Sanders, "The Moneychanger." Mr. Sanders is a conservative activist par excellence, a financial wizard, and a Reformed Episcopal pastor.
Tue., October 24, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Jason Mrochek, the national director of the Miller Beer Boycott. Mrochek is a native of California, and a graduate of West Point. His fight against illegal immigration to the United States includes activism with the FIRE Coalition and WeHireAliens.
Mon., October 23, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Justin Oldham, the author of "The Fisk Conspiracy." Mr. Oldham is a member of the BATR Columnist Guild, and the author of essays entitled, "The Evolution of American Militias," "The Hidden Agenda," and "Deficits and Deceptions." He maintains the Justin Oldham blog as well.
Fri., October 20, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Jennifer Loewenstein: Forced Migration Review project of Oxford University, Madison, WI : Ms. Loewenstein will discuss her work, and that of other academics connected to Oxford University's Forced Migration Review project, which deals with the agonizing plight of the Palestinians, the political and social fallout which has resulted from this tragedy, and what Americans can do to alter the course of their own government's past and present contribution to the magnitude of the problem. Jennifer Loewenstein is a freelance journalist and a research associate at Oxford University's Refugee Studies Centre. She has lived and worked in Gaza City, Jerusalem, and Beirut, and has written and lectured extensively on topics related to the Middle East.
Thu., October 19, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Herman Otten, Founding Editor of the national conservative Lutheran weekly, Christian News, New Haven, Missouri: Herman Otten has edited and published Christian News since 1962. His enemies and friends alike acknowledge that there is no Christian periodical on the face of the earth with the content--and the audacity--of Christian News. Otten will discuss the grim state of the American church in a post-Christian age, what originally drove him to create his publication in 1962, and the incompatibility of Christian Zionism with truly orthodox, evangelical Christianity based on a legitimate Biblical hermeneutic.
Wed., October 18, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
James Hall ("SARTRE"), Founding Editor of Breaking All the Rules (BATR) News, New York State: SARTRE joins Mark Dankof in a discussion of the definition and historical roots of Paleo-Conservatism, how it differs from Neo-Conservatism, and the utter futility of pursuing conventional political activism in the context of an American electoral and political process in complete malignancy.
Tue., October 17, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Debbie Hopper of Mothers Against the Draft, St. Louis, Missouri : Mrs. Hopper will chat with Mark Dankof about the danger of an upcoming resumption of military conscription in the United States in the wake of Neo-Conservative rumblings about a preemptive military strike against Iran and the accompanying mushrooming of American military involvement in the Middle East and elsewhere. Most noteworthy is the fact that Mrs. Hopper is an activist on the American Right, not the Left, and is an evangelical Christian.
Mon., October 16, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Mark Glenn Discussing the role of Zionism and the neo-conservative movement in pushing the United States into a wider war in the Middle East, and greater participation in the New World Order.

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