Many politically incorrect internet podcasts use Talkshoe. Now, that will have to change. Eventually, Whites will have to acquire our own servers and internet radio software and recording and broadcasting hardware. Or, we could just take this show offline and get real about it. Either way. Of course, The Roper Report (TRR) does not use Talkshoe, having dodged that bullet. We are on Youtube, instead, HERE, riding that horse until it’s shot out from under us. This is the e-mail which Talkshoe sent out to its users.


TalkShoe greatly values your membership and continued use of our service, and we wish to bring your attention to an important upcoming policy review.

These changes center on a new, stronger attention to policies on content ‘including text, visuals, and audio.’ 

As web leaders, Google and Facebook have recently taken a leadership position on offensive content, and we have made the decision to follow their lead to ensure our content producers are given an open forum to promote their ideas, and to encourage dialogue.

We will be following Google’s definition of offensive content, which you can review here: 

As such, we will begin the process of permanently removing content or accounts that do not fit within our guidelines of acceptable dialogue. 

What action is being taken 
Commencing May 1st, 2017, content or accounts (this includes TalkShoe Call Series and archived content) that do not fit within our guidelines of acceptable dialogue will be flagged for removal. Users flagged for removal will be notified in advance, by email. 

What this means for you as a Listener/User
If you do not host your own call series and are a passive member & listener of TalkShoe recorded content, then this review requires no action on your part and indeed should help ensure your use of TalkShoe is even more pleasant moving forward.

Please bear in mind that as a user and listener, any text comments that you make on a live call or any review posts you leave should follow the TalkShoe guidelines as set out in our TOS – see

We would like to remind you that you can always contact TalkShoe support via our support email address: on any matter that concerns you about on-site content. 


TalkShoe Support Team”