The next episode, to be aired in two weeks on Wednesday night, will carry the conversation forward from the period of the Louisiana Purchase to the pre-Civil War days. I think it is important to portray the true picture of America, not a politically correct version. We have truly lost our sense of history; we have watered it down and made it utterly meaningless. My friend Mark and I hope to bring the truth back to life in a way that is hopefully both meaningful and enjoyable. The importance of the truth in history can't be understated because it does repeat itself. Only by understanding what has happened in the past can we deal with the future with a winning hand.
And the bottom line in all we are learning as we go is that America has always been divided. In those early Colonial days, during the Revolutionary War and as we will see going forward with the series, Americans have always held widely varying ideas on things and have struggled and debated vigorously but up until now we have usually been able to work it out. The question today is what will we do in the future?
I hope you will tune in and join us. We would even welcome your input as the program is a work in progress. And if you would like to listen to this past Wednesday's show, here is the link:
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Our nation, America, is the greatest land on earth. By understanding from whence we came, we can better figure where we want to go. That's my hope and my prayer. God bless you all.