Hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss the most extreme of survival situations - surviving the holidays. This episode takes a light hearted approach to what is a very trying time for many people.
Hosts Aaron and Jonathan are joined by Professor Bill Jahnel for a discussion on Independence Day and what we can learn from history.
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Warning: Professor Jahnel is a colorful character fond of the occasional colorful expletive. Adolescent listeners or listeners with “sensitive ears” should be mindful that this episode is explicit in some instances and other adult oriented joking.
This marks the first remote interview conducted by Aaron and Jonathan. It required some technical hurdles to be overcome to accommodated our specific setup. What this means for listeners is that ITRH will now be branching out and greatly expanding the interviews conducted.
- What is the importance of knowing our history?
- Facts and myths.
- Tax vs Representation, importance in emphasis.
- “How was something then and how did it change?”