On today's show, Dr. Ed talks about secession, tracing it to its Biblical roots before talking about the nearly dozen times that the right of secession was exercised in the United States BEFORE the Southerners exercised their right in 1861.
Dr. Ed opens the show by talking about the recently discovered childhood home of Harriet Tubman on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
The middle segment of the show is the mapping of must-see WBTS historical sights in and around Asheville, North Carolina.
In the final segment Dr. Ed answers a listener question about what happened to some of our Confederate heroes after the WBTS.
If you thought Daisy Duke was sexy when she was butted up to the General Lee, wait till you see her in a commercial for a 1982 Chevy Chevette.
Dr. Ed also talks with Canadian Pastor Artur Pawlowski who grew up in the Soviet Union. He tells about his reaction when the Canadian police raided the Alberta church he pastors on Easter weekend in a KGB style raid.
In the opening segment Dr. Ed talks about his recent discovery of the 2013 British TV show Utopia and how season one is a scary accurate dramatization of the last 15 months in the USA and Europe.
Tom Goodrich, author of books like "Hellstorm," "The Summer of 1945," and "The Day Dixie Died," drop in for the second segment.
The closing segment features Steve Martin and his "Steep Canyon Rangers" bluegrass band.
The Maryland Assembly has voted to eliminate the State Song of "Maryland My Maryland."
Call Governor Hogan and ask him to VETO the legislation that will eliminate the State Song.
Launched in January of 2018 as The Dixie Heritage Hour and reformatted in January 2020 as the half-hour Dixie Heritage Show, Dr. Ed's weekly podcasts are usually pre-recoded. Shows are broadcast nationally on TBR Radio, and globally on You-Tube, Rumble, and Dailymotion.
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