The Monday American: A History Podcast

Revisiting American history, because hindsight isn't always 20/20

Revisiting American history one story at a time, because hindsight isn’t always 20/20. The Podcast Advocate Network brings you an American history podcast that holds true to the words of Rudyard Kipling: “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” We put the “story” back into History!

*Bonus* With "Mulder Was Right" for 9/11 Series (Part one)

This episode is part one of four which "The Monday American" and "Mulder Was Right" join forces and tackle the massive, challenging and downright painful topic of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11th 2001. What I want to ensure is that anyone listening knows that we are two very different podcasts that cover very different topics. "The Monday American" is a history based program that doesn't dive too much into the present day where the "Mulder Was Right" podcast tackles conspiracy theories and other "alternative facts" or lesser known stories. 

What we strived for in doing an in depth analysis of 9/11 was to dive into the background of it, the attacks themselves, what happened or didn't and what the implications of that have been and will continue to be. On a personal side, I tend to not buy the conspiracy behind the attacks whereas many do. My focus in this collaboration with the hosts of "Mulder Was Right" is talk about the macro of the topic. The attacks forcibly took us out of the WWII era that we were still in and launched us into the post 9/11 era of fear and civil liberties being placed on the chopping block seemingly at will. 

The guys at Mulder Was Right are a great bunch of guys, if you haven't listened to their show go check them out now and thank me later. We got together to tackle another big topic and this one is for the entire month of September. Three more episodes will be released this month that focus on the attacks that fateful Tuesday Morning. I want to be clear that in no way do myself, "The Monday American" or "Mulder Was Right" attempt to dishonor the lives lost either from the attack or from the heroes who ran towards the chaos to help others rather than away. We know that this is a very difficult topic for many to this day and will be for quite some time. We attempted to stay as neutral to the facts and evidence as possible and if you find offense from this or any of the episodes it was unintentional on our part. 

Enjoy the first part of the September 11th attacks and buckle up because its a long haul! 

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