National Reformation Radio

The political alternative which goes beyond both left and right

Chairman Noyer discusses the problems inherent within multiparty democracies; how expression and and the will are silenced in favor of a dull surface conformism.


Written and Narrated by Joshua Noyer

"While America’s politicians still insist on “tilting at windmills” and fitting square pegs into round holes by engaging in polemics surrounding the dangers of a lack of checks and balances, a new power establishment has arisen, which knows no values and exists without a check to its power, Corporate America."


Written by Arnaldo Mussolini

Narrated by Evan Tobia

Fascism in its preliminary phase, was not mere reaction to bolshevism. It came forward with a positive social content of its own. Patriotic fervor, desire for discipline, and voluntary acceptance of one’s own social and political rank were its distinctive features.

Mussolini, Arnaldo. “‘A Noi!".” March Geographic Survey, March 1, 1927, 691–94-746.

Written by Mario Palmeri

Narrated by John Maniglia

"Having denied historic materialism, which sees in man mere puppets on the surface of history, appearing and disappearing on the crest of the waves, while the real, directing forces move and work in the depths, Fascism also denies the immutable and irreparable character of the class struggle which is the natural outcome of this economic conception of history."

Pp. 143-159 Palmeri, Mario. The Philosophy of Fascism. Chicago: The Dante Alighieri Society, 1936.


Written By Theodore Roosevelt

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

Address delivered at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910.

"Character must show itself in the man's performance both of the duty he owes himself and of the duty he owes the state."


Participants: Joshua Noyer, Jesse Drummond, Justin Stofko and John Maniglia

Written and Narrated by Joshua Noyer

"A single party does what a multiplicity fails at. Whereas the latter solidifies division and produces dogma, the former embraces all the different aspects of thought and unifies them under one umbrella, called the State."



Chairman: Joshua Noyer

Deputy Chairman: B.K. Burton

Public Relations Head: Evan Tobia

Member: Eric

Written by F.H. Bradley

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

"In morality the existence of my mere private self, as such, is something which ought not to be, and which, so far as I am moral, has already ceased. I am morally realized, not until my personal self has utterly ceased to be my exclusive self."

Pp 22-25 Bradley, F. H. Ethical Studies: Selected Essays. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill Educational Pub., 1951.


Written by Alfredo Rocco

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

"There is a Liberal theory of freedom, and there is a Fascist concept of liberty. For we, too, maintain the necessity of safeguarding the conditions that make for the free development of the individual; we, too, believe that the oppression of individual personality can find no place in the modern state. We do not, however, accept a bill of rights which tends to make the individual superior to the state and to empower him to act in opposition to society."



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