• 00:30

    Episode 13: Thoreau. Like That.

    in Writing

    In today's episode, Jerry and Jackie riff on Thoreau's teaching, specifically, thinking and acting independently of the crowd. 

  • 02:02

    The Montana Republic: Can We Win a 2nd War for Independence?

    in Politics

    Is the 2nd American Revolution or 2nd War for Independence something we should consider and win?
     
    - Isn't it illegal for us to simply talk about violently resisting the government? Wouldn't their lawyers consider it to be incitement, sedition, or even treason?
    Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 US 444 - Supreme Court 1969
    and Brandenburg v. Ohio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    - Declaration of Independence; correlation between 1776 & 2014

    - Right of Revolution (Civil Disobedience: consistent with Locke, Jefferson, & Thoreau)

    - Citizens Outgunned? (debunking logistics myths)

    - Guerrilla Warfare & learning Military Strategy

    - Building Rapport

    - Taking the Initiative

    Open discussion about each topic

    Wolf
    Contact Wolf  libertywolf76@gmail.com 
    1 406-570-5202
    http://mtpatriot.net

  • 00:15

    Inspiration Bootcamp - Embracing Your Life's Purpose

    in Lifestyle

    Have you been feeling confused, out of sorts, and generally cranky lately? If so, then perhaps it is because you are not embracing your life's purpose... your destiny... the reason you are here. Please join us for a special episode of inspiration bootcamp where we explore the importance of identifying, embracing, and pursuing your life's purpose, and why it is so critical to your happiness. This 15 minute segment may be just the shot in the arm you need to get back on track. We hope you tune in!

  • 02:00

    Ila Hatter-Powhatan/Cherokee - Wildcrafter - Herbalist - Folklorist

    in Religion

    Prerecorded December 18, 2008

    Ila Hatter’s mission is to tune people in to the many ways they can make Mother Nature’s pantry and medicine cabinet their own. Hatter does not forage the woods in the hope of making a profit. “In my case, I’m not gathering things to sell but instead am using them for education – teaching people what these plants are, how to identify them, what the traditional uses are, what the potential market might be for them. I combine my knowledge of the flora with folklore, telling interesting stories that go with the botany of what I do.” Her work is guided by a quote from writer Henry David Thoreau. “Thoreau wrote that ‘the woods and fields are a table always spread,’. To me, that’s exactly what I do – that’s what I teach”


    Ila Hatter, a descendant of Pocahontas (whose mother was Amopostuskee, a Cherokee of the Kituwah Clan... and whose father was Wahunsunacock (aka "King") Powhatan), was raised on natural remedies along with a love and respect for nature. This led her into exploring the uses of native plants while living in the South from Texas to the Smoky Mountains, the Caribbean, Spain, and Southern Appalachia


    Ila, known as THE LADY OF THE FOREST, is an interpretive naturalist, artist, wildcrafter, and gourmet cook with more than 25 years experience teaching the cultural heritage of native plants. She is a staff instructor for the Univ. of Tenn.’s Smoky Mtn Field School, guest instructor for the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, the John C. Campbell Folk School (Brasstown, NC), The Mountain Retreat Center (Highlands, NC), Snowbird Mtn Lodge (Robbinsville, NC), Charter Board Member of the Yellow Creek Botanical Institute; and Storyteller for Elderhostels in 3 states

  • 01:03

    Journals Of A Healer: Unleash Your Hidden Genius with Mary Blake!!!

    in Motivation

    Topic: What does the genius behind the control panel have to say about unleashing your hidden genius… and her own? You'll wish you could join in on this conversation!

    Some of our most creative, thoughtful, brilliant people are never in the spotlight -- they're behind the camera, at the drawing board,or making sure every single flower is in the right place at a banquet, etc. etc. Today I'm doing my bit to correct that.  My guest is my producer, Paula Guenon, who listens thoughtfully to every broadcast she produces. Her deep concerns, insights and her passion for bringing out the best in YOU make this a very powerful conversation.

  • 01:07

    Author Jeff Crawford from North Carolina on Authors on the Air Radio

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author Jeff Crawford, a native of North Carolina.  Jeff had this to say about himself: . I am fond of Tawni O'Dell, April M Reign, Kim Harrison, Timothy Zahn, Dean Koontz, Doug Adams, And Terry Brooks. But my go to's would have to include Dickens, Thoreau, Baxter Black, and Mario Puzo. Topping my list or on one of their own would be Stephen King and Shelby Foote. So there you have it, i work, I read, I write, I like to play almost any instrument with strings. And to listeners:     A note to the listeners:   Nothing justifies the hours of pacing worrying and working that an author goes through before a book is finished more than knowing that someone out there get's it and digs what he or she has accomplished. Drop the author a line, listen to interviews, write reviews and push their work to others.  Find Jeff Crawford at https://www.facebook.com/jeff.crawford.


    Support for this podcast comes from Mike Lowndes and PML Media.  On the web at http://mikelowndes.com and http://pmlmedia.com.


    This is a trademarked and copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  For more information & podcasts please visit the web at http://authorsontheair.com .


     


     

  • 00:32

    Wiser Than Before: Help Younger Hippies Save The Earth And Achieve Freedom

    in Spirituality

    Being a hippie is not a matter of dress, behavior, economic status, or social milieu. It is a philosophical approach to life that emphasizes freedom, peace, love and a respect for others and the earth. The way of the hippie never died. There have always been hippies from the first time society laid down rules, to Jesus, to Henry David Thoreau, to John Lennon, to you. There’s a little hippy in all of us. It’s just been repressed by our socialization process. We need to find it and cultivate our hippie within. Only then can we reach our true potential.


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    http://www.facebook.com/joshuapaulshow


    http://www.twitter.com/joshuapaulshow


    Joshua-Paul Angell has been an activist in the areas of animal rescue, animal welfare, animal rights, LGBTQ rights and political issues since 1999. He is the host of a syndicated radio show, “The Joshua-Paul Show” which airs live 5 days a week. Starting his show initially as a podcast, he has taken it to new heights and the show is now available on several different options and reaches 110,000 listeners. He runs his show for two main reasons: to raise awareness of issues not discussed in much of the media, and to raise funding for charities. Angell initially gained political notoriety while working on several different civil rights issues while living in Austin, TX. Touching fame as a fashion designer; his high profile status began to allow him a platform to inform the public on what many would consider the “tough” issues. He has worked with several celebrities including Betty Buckley and Gloria Loring. On his radio show, he promotes several activists, animal rescues and as he describes “the movers and shakers” of America.

  • 00:12

    Interview with Steve Pinkham - Author of More Tales from the Maine Woods

    in Books

    From his phenomenal collection of over 25,000 articles and stories of the Maine Woods, Steve Pinkham has selected more of the most exciting old hunting and fishing tales, as well as stories of animal encounters, lumbering, canoe trips and tall tales for this sequel to Old Tales of the Maine Woods. Ranging from 1845 to 1905, this book also covers the Maine Woods from Magalloway to Moosehead and Mopang to Madawaska. Most people know that Thoreau went to Maine several times, wrote eloquently about his travels and coined the phrase “Maine Woods.” Now for the reader will get to read more stories by many more known and unknown men and women who also travelled to northern Maine and wrote about their experiences of penned fictional stories set in the backwoods. Included are brief biographies and portraits of the known writers. For the unknown authors, Pinkham has included appropriate pictures. In his first volume, Pinkham included histories of each region; for this volume he has included many early bits of fascinating information for each chapter.

  • 01:30

    On the Duty of Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau.

    in Politics

    This show is a recording.

    Read by Gord Mackenzie.

    Civil Disobedience is an essay by Henry David Thoreau. Published in 1849 under the title Resistance to Civil Government, it expressed Thoreau’s belief that people should not allow governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that people have a duty both to avoid doing injustice directly and to avoid allowing their acquiescence to enable the government to make them the agents of injustice. Thoreau was motivated in part by his disgust with slavery and the Mexican-American War.

  • 00:44

    Literary Diva Presents: Literary Journey! Henry David Thoreau!

    in Books

    Join us as we continue our literary journey with American author, poet, essayist, historian, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau. He is best known for his book Walden; a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay; Civil Disobedience, an argument for individual resistance to civil government in moral opposition to an unjust state. His literary style interweaves close natural observation, personal experience, pointed rhetoric, symbolic meanings, and historical lore; while displaying a poetic sensibility, philosophical austerity,and a love of practical detail. Thoreau's books, articles, essays, journals, and poetry total over 20 volumes. Among his lasting contributions were his writings on natural history and philosophy, where he anticipated the methods and findings of ecology and environmental history, two sources of modern day environmentalism. Tune in live as we journey with Henry David Thoreau. Stay tuned and keep it locked.

  • 02:01

    Ila Hatter-Powhatan/Cherokee - Wildcrafter - Herbalist - Folklorist

    in Self Help

    Prerecorded December 18, 2008

    Ila Hatter’s (Website) mission is to tune people in to the many ways they can make Mother Nature’s pantry and medicine cabinet their own. Hatter does not forage the woods in the hope of making a profit. “In my case, I’m not gathering things to sell but instead am using them for education – teaching people what these plants are, how to identify them, what the traditional uses are, what the potential market might be for them. I combine my knowledge of the flora with folklore, telling interesting stories that go with the botany of what I do.” Her work is guided by a quote from writer Henry David Thoreau. “Thoreau wrote that ‘the woods and fields are a table always spread,’. To me, that’s exactly what I do – that’s what I teach.”


     
    Ila Hatter, a descendant of Pocahontas (whose mother was Amopostuskee, a Cherokee of the Kituwah Clan... and whose father was Wahunsunacock (aka "King") Powhatan), was raised on natural remedies along with a love and respect for nature. This led her into exploring the uses of native plants while living in the South from Texas to the Smoky Mountains, the Caribbean, Spain, and Southern Appalachia




    Ila, known as THE LADY OF THE FOREST, is an interpretive naturalist, artist, wildcrafter, and gourmet cook with more than 25 years experience teaching the cultural heritage of native plants. She is a staff instructor for the Univ. of Tenn.’s Smoky Mtn Field School, guest instructor for the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, the John C. Campbell Folk School (Brasstown, NC), The Mountain Retreat Center (Highlands, NC), Snowbird Mtn Lodge (Robbinsville, NC), Charter Board Member of the Yellow Creek Botanical Institute; and Storyteller for Elderhostels in 3 states.

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