How To Stay The Course | Clip from THE AFTER PARTY Livestream

James Edwards has been slandered and misrepresented since he started his radio show, The Political Cesspool, in 2004. Here he shares his perspective on remaining steadfast and positive, from the December 5, 2018 episode of The After Party livestream. Direct YouTube Link Also available on BitChute   -Thumbnail Painting: Viking Longboats, Richard Benning Continue reading How To Stay The Course | Clip from THE AFTER PARTY Livestream

Livestream: Big Cat Kayla, No White Guilt | THE AFTER PARTY

Direct YouTube Link Discussing the role of art and media, and Jason’s newly released book, Born Guilty, with Big Cat Kayla, famous for her personal interviews with various content creators.   — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/cohosts of shows on which I appear do not necessarily represent my opinions, thoughts, and views.  My appearance on other shows/podcasts/channels does not … Continue reading Livestream: Big Cat Kayla, No White Guilt | THE AFTER PARTY

Livestream: James Edwards of the Political Cesspool, No White Guilt

  Direct YouTube Link James Edwards, always brimming with positive energy, has hosted a terrestrial radio show, The Political Cesspool,  based in Memphis, TN, since 2004. We had him on The After Party livestream to discuss: -Dealing with slander, censorship, and attempts at ostracization -His own political campaign and activism -If Trump is actually good for whites in America -Advice for people who feel despair … Continue reading Livestream: James Edwards of the Political Cesspool, No White Guilt

Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded and on Counter-Currents

“White culture is Family Ties and Led Zeppelin and Guns N’ Roses – like, this is white culture. This is all we have.” –Christian Lander[1] Rock music’s descent mirrors the recent late-stage decline of confidence in the West. Yes, rock music is complicated – cue the liberals retorting with, “It’s all just black blues, man!” and certain conservatives contesting, “But it’s degenerate!” Yes, rock music … Continue reading Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded and on Counter-Currents