He's right that the U.S. is for the accumulation of wealth, which crapitalism does, and that Marshall doesn't mention the heresy of Americanism
and Cdl. Gibbons in his book. Acknowledging these omissions is the best criticism I've seen so far of Marshall's book. I like his criticism of Sophia Institute press being a 501(c)(3). Certainly that did dictate the content of Marshall's book.
However, @6:51 Wemhoff states: "the Masons are effectively no longer around" and "the Communists who have ceased existing"! Really?
Wemhoff thinks priests should have to do manual labor to make them more manly. Some should, yes, but not all; priests certainly shouldn't be working alongside laymen in factories etc.