170 – Traitors 2

Back in late 2015 we did an episode called Traitors. We loved this episode so much that we thought: let’s do a sequel! This time around we take on Slovakia’s Jozef Tiso, Mughal India’s Mir Jafar, and the US’ Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. We present you with some pretty terrible excuses for human...

168 – China and Taiwan

The diplomatic ramifications of acknowledging Taiwan has been in the news recently. And we had fans call us in asking, “Hey, what’s the deal with Taiwan, and why are the Chinese so angry about it?” Well Caleb and Mike Hachey bring you another two-hander, and tell you precisely...

157 – Atrocity Deathmatch: Josef Mengele v. Unit 731 v. The Tuskeegee Syphilis Experiments

Atrocity Deathmatch rears it’s ugly head once again. This time we focus on three WWII and beyond era horrors. The tales that were so disgusting that amid a world rife with Atrocities, these stories lived in even darker shadows. From the Holocaust’s Josef Mengele, to the Japanese Unit 731 all the way to America’s own shame in the Tuskeegee Experiments. Who wins? Should anyone really...

140 – Khmer Empire

Journey down the misty waters of the Mekong River and see the city-sized temples of indescribably ornate masonry and refinement; the unparalleled landscaping, and artificial bodies of water;  and cities of millions in the 1100s. Have you entered a mythic land of gods? Or could Could it be, the Khmer...