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Rad Bandolar's Historocitor
12 minutes | Sep 26, 2015
Roger Sherman And James Madison At ConstiCon
For the past several weeks, James Madison has entered a subterranean chamber under a Philadelphia tavern to receive the Constitution from what many believe is the word of God itself; however, things have gone a little off track and it's up to Roger Sherman to get the third branch of government in place, despite the best efforts of Southern delegates, whose concerns lie elsewhere...
8 minutes | Sep 20, 2015
Ben Franklin At ConstiCon
In 1787, the first ever ConstiCon was held in Philadelphia. After their first successful project, "American Revolution," the Founding Fathers went on hiatus to pursue solo projects, but a demanding public soon forced them back into the studio to produce their sophomore effort: "American Constitution." It featured many of the same characters from the Revolution era, including breakout superstar and America's Creepy Uncle: Benjamin Franklin.
6 minutes | Sep 14, 2015
Why Are My Recycling Bins Red, White, And Blue?
In this episode, we go in search of one of the mysteries of the Age: why are my recycle bins red, white, and blue? It's a question that takes us to the horrors of the French Revolution and leads to a shocking conclusion.
6 minutes | Sep 5, 2015
Historocitor 2 - Why Do Politicians Gotta Be Like That?
The modern political campaign is fairly tame, compared to politics earlier in American history. It took the arrival of Teddy Roosevelt to clean things up and our political system is only just now recovering from his disruptive influence.
12 minutes | Sep 2, 2015
Historocitor 1 - A Brief History Of Power
Do you like awkward inaugural podcasts where the creator has no clue what they're doing? That's pretty fucked, but you do you. This episode features a brief survey of power. And arches. Plebs love my arches. *Some statements may not align with the historical record.
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