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Gregory Hood speaks with Joseph Ford Cotto, the author of “An Eye for an Eye” about the battles between Spain, France, and the American Indians that preceded large-scale English colonization. America’s racial history is far more complicated than those from the “1619 Project” would have you believe. Listen
Gregory Hood speaks with Robert Wallace of Counter-Currents about building institutions, some whitepills about the state of white identity politics, and the need for “patrons” to step forward to ensure victory. Listen
Gregory Hood speaks with one of the most important new publishing houses, Imperium Press, about their editions of historical, philosophical, and classical texts. This is the place to start for those looking to deepen their political and cultural education, or even build a curriculum for home-schooling. Listen
Gregory Hood and Greg Johnson discuss the war in Ukraine, whether America is Europe’s true geopolitical revival, and whether America can be (or should be) saved. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts talk about how discovering leftist mistakes and misunderstandings drew them to the Right. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts talk about the late Samuel P. Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” thesis. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts argue about when censorship is called for. The two discuss pornography, thinspiration, social media, and much more. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Elon Musk’s attempt to buy Twitter and try to tackle the question of where censorship fits into the left-right political binary. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Friedrich Nietzsche’s book Beyond Good and Evil. Listen
Gregory Hood and Henry Wolff delve into the neo-Nietzschean musings of Bronze Age Pervert: the contrast between “yeast life” and higher life, the machinations of the “lords of lies,” and how to tap into Bronze Age vitalism. Listen
Chris Roberts and Gregory Hood discuss Richard Weaver’s influential 1948 book, Ideas Have Consequences and its impact on American conservatism. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss what the identitarian position on the Russo-Ukrainian War should be. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss American foreign policy and the upcoming elections. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the conflict in Ukraine and how it relates to American theories of prosperity, democracy, globalization, and identity. Listen
Guest host Jared Taylor and guest guest Gregory Hood discuss the great French nationalist philosopher and historian, Dominique Venner. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Albert Camus’ literary triumphs and philosophical beliefs, especially in contrast to Jean-Paul Sartre. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Meditations by Marcus Aurelius and his Stoic philosophy. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the 1960s leftist student group Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), how it fractured into violent and non-violent groups, and how so many of their “radical” ideas are now in the mainstream. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts talk about one of their favorite novels, A Confederacy of Dunces, and how it relates to America half a century after it was written. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss critical theorist Herbert Marcuse’s politics — especially his influential essay, “Repressive Tolerance.” Listen
Greg and Chris look at the evidence that the GOP is attracting more Hispanic support and ask if it’s really true. More importantly, they ask how much it really matters. Listen
“Left, Right and White” returns with Gregory Hood and special co-host Jared Taylor to discuss the late Guillaume Faye, “Archeofuturism,” and the idea of a true European Union. Listen
Gregory Hood and Henry Wolff discuss the enduring importance of Italian philosopher and esotericist Julius Evola. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the late Mel Bradford, Southern heritage, paleoconservatism, and the limits of political martyrdom. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss a few more lefties recommended by listeners: Jack London, Antonio Gramsci, Matt Taibbi, Glenn Greenwald, and Edward Abbey. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss how dissidents can enjoy leftist satire, the pleasure of bellicose science fiction, and why white people should read Harry Turtledove. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts talk about why it’s valuable to read leftists, understand leftists, and take leftists seriously. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Noam Chomsky: his anarcho-syndicalist worldview, his critiques of American foreign policy, and most importantly, his studies on mainstream media, hegemony, and influence. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Chris Hedges, one of the most popular leftist intellectuals of our time. They cover the role religion plays in his worldview, the insight of his analyses of pornography and reality television, the limits of leftist empathy, and much more. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts talk about all of Orwell’s works aside from his two famous novels, with special attention to his writings about the Spanish Civil War and patriotism. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts address fan-suggested topics. The two talk about colonialism, 1984, A Brave New World, black nationalism, and much more. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the “New Atheists.” They ask why the movement rose to prominence in the 2000s but quickly waned in influence, consider its connection to the alt-right, and argue that in the end, the atheist political project isn’t too different from generic liberalism. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Jean Raspail’s “notorious” 1973 novel, The Camp of the Saints: what it got right, what it got wrong, its literary merits, and why liberals hate it. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s book Democracy: The God that Failed. The hosts cover the limits of libertarianism, the problem with prioritizing economic theory over everything else, and question Prof. Hoppe’s claim that monarchy is better than democracy. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the late Wilmot Robertson’s magazine Instauration and his most important books: The Dispossessed Majority and The Ethnostate. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Francis Fukuyama's The End of History and the Last Man and its many critics. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Paul Gottfried's enormous body of work. They cover his key insights about the leftist worldview, the managerial state, and American conservatism. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the late Sam T. Francis, philosopher-king of the dissident right. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts fill in for Renaissance Radio’s usual hosts. They explain why the mainstream media covers some — but not all — crime, the surge on our Southern border, and why SubStack.com is becoming controversial. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Ayn Rand and her enormously popular books. They cover her influence on American conservatism, and even Leftism, and why that influence has largely been for the worse. Listen
In their pilot podcast episode, Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss becoming right wing and the nature of Right versus Left. They speak about the importance of hierarchies and hypocrisy, as well as left-wing conspiracy theories, racial impostors, outrage culture, and much more. Listen