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The Political Cesspool is a weekly talk radio show founded by James
Edwards, and syndicated by Liberty News Radio Network and Accent Radio
Network. First broadcast in October 2004 twice a week from radio
station WMQM, it is broadcast on Saturday nights on WLRM, a Christian
radio station in Millington, Tennessee. Its sponsors include the white
separatist Council of Conservative Citizens and the Institute for
Historical Review, a Holocaust denial group. According to its statement
of principles, the show stands for the "Dispossessed Majority" and
represents "a philosophy that is pro-White." It has attracted criticism
from multiple organizations for its promotion of anti-semitic, white
nationalist and white supremacist views. The show features Edwards and
his co-hosts Bill Rolen, Winston Smith, Keith Alexander, and Eddie
Miller, as well as producer Art Frith. Its guests have included author
Jerome Corsi, Minuteman Project leader Jim Gilchrist, former
Constitution Party presidential candidate Michael Peroutka, actor Sonny
Landham, British National Party leader Nick Griffin, Vermont
secessionist Thomas Naylor, and paleoconservative activist Pat
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Today's selected anniversaries:
Qutuz, Mamluk sultan of Egypt, was assassinated by a fellow Mamluk
leader, Baibars, who then seized power for himself.
The First Transcontinental Telegraph line across the United States was
completed from Omaha, Nebraska, to Carson City, Nevada, spelling the
end of the Pony Express.
First Balkan War: Serbian forces defeated the Ottoman army at the
Battle of Kumanovo in Vardar Macedonia.
The George Washington Bridge, today considered one of the world's
busiest bridges in terms of vehicle traffic, connecting New York City
to Fort Lee, New Jersey, was dedicated.
Wiktionary's word of the day:
A light gray or white fur used to trim the robes of judges or state
executives, used since medieval times.
Wikiquote quote of the day:
Courage is not the absence of fear but the awareness that something
else is more important.
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