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Join host Karl de la Guerra for another episode of Bodyguard Lifestyle at 10:00 AM EST on Friday, May 9th as he is joined by special guest Steve Bailey to discuss the pressing social dilemma of dealing with the active shooter. The FBI reports that since 2010, active shooter incidents in the U. S. have tripled, with the United States being the international leader in active shooter incidents.
Steve has pursued a multi-disciplined career track his whole life. As a veteran of the United States Air Force, he has work with both military and civilian fire/rescue agencies and has worked in county law enforcement, serving as a SWAT certified tactical medic. Steve holds numerous certifications from federal, state and local agencies in both public safety and public health related programs.
Steve's insights into the world of active shooters should prove interesting to all our listeners! Remember, during the broadcast, we will have our toll-free call-in line open as well as our live chat room so you can bring your questions directly to our guest.
Chat with you soon, during our next episode of Bodyguard Lifestyle, right here on Blog Talk Radio.
Schools, movie theaters, supermarkets...Is anywhere safe? Just one day after a shooting at a New Mexico middle school, there was a fatal shooting in an Indiana supermarket. Do you know how to respond if you find yourself facing an active shooter? Find out what to do on this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg.
Survival is something best done while listening to Adam Francis, Robert Oliver, and Dan Eastland on this great new episode. Either talking about civilian response to an active shooter or backpack and hammock testing, we hope you enjoy this episode of the Equip 2 Endure Podcast.
Vincent J. Bove, CPP is a Board Certified Protection Professional, Board Certified Crime Prevention Specialist, Certified Law Enforcement Instructor and U.S. Department of Justice Certified Community Anti-Terrorism Awareness Trainer. As a nationally acclaimed leadership, character and security educator with more than 30 years experience, Mr. Bove has been a champion of transforming schools and communities. He has put his ideas and insights into his latest book LISTEN TO THEIR CRIES: Calling the Nation to Renewal from Columbine to Virginia Tech.
Mr. Bove is the 2007 New Jersey recipient of the prestigious FBI Director's Community Leadership Award. This special award, presented on behalf of the Director of the FBI, was formally created in 1990 as a way to honor individuals and organizations for their efforts in combating crime, terrorism, drugs, and violence in America. He was also hand-selected to participate in the annual National Conference on Ethics in America at the United States Military Academy at West Point, serving various roles since 2007 including speaker, senior leader, facilitator and mentor.
In June 2007, Mr. Bove was asked to address the families of the victims of the Virginia Tech tragedy and to attend the governor's meeting with them. He continues to serve as a spokesperson, tirelessly addressing the pre-crisis, crisis and post crisis issues on their behalf. Since the Columbine High School tragedy in 1999, Mr. Bove has been called upon to inform, instruct and inspire over 50,000 educators, parents, students, mental health professionals, law enforcement officials, and community leaders throughout the United States. His constant challenge to audiences is that we all must do our part to transform our schools and campuses into safe havens for developing citizens of character and achievement. security, and association publications.
This weeks guest is Mark Babbitt.
Mark Babbitt is CEO of YouTern, a community that enables young talent to become highly employable through experiential education, mentors and contemporary career advice. Mashable calls YouTern a “Top 5 Online Community for Starting Your Career” and Forbes twice named them a “Top Website for Your Career”.
Mark also serves as President of Switch and Shift, a community that enables clients to thrive in the Social Age by focusing on active listening, engagement and collaboration – and by putting customers and employees first.
Mark is a keynote speaker, blogger and co-author of A World Gone Social: How Business Must Adapt to Survive with Ted Coine (AMACOM | 9-17-2014).
Business Life Transitions is a radio show that talks about you and your business. It will help you understand how to re-invent yourself, your business, and your life.
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His best selling book, “It’s Not About You, It’s About Bacon! Relationship Marketing in a Social Media World!” simplifies the way social networking can help you grow your business.
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YOU are the product. YOU are valuable. YOU are on a mission and Jan can help guide you become even more successful. She's the manager of the Linkedin Chicago group (87,000 members) and a business owner-High Gain Companies, Inc.
A show where you can discuss the rights and wrongs in society , in addition , to inside information on whats happening in America and the community. We will also discuss numerous opinions on Life and how we can better it through dialogue and an open forum. Let your hair down, up or how ever your hair falls and express the concerns of your heart. I have learned that effective communication is a healthy expression that we have as humans, followed by an active listener. I invite you to share your opinion , fun and Just Say It! Love Candace
We've got a great show & guest line-up coming your way this Sunday night at 8pm CST / 9 pm EST. Don't miss it !!
Joining us this Sunday at 8:15pm CST will be noted Peoria historian and recurring guest Norm Kelly. Each month Norm visits with us to talk about the history of this " bawdy & lusty " town that we call home. On this visit we will talk about " Prohibition In Peoria."
Kicking off the second hour we'll catch up with the owners of Peoria Muay Thai, Josh & Alex Brackett. Josh began Thai Boxing in 2004. While an active fighter, Josh enjoys coaching students of all levels. Alexandra (Alex) Brackett began training in Muay Thai after she moved to New York City. Immediately after college she took a class at a local gym and was hooked. Alex is also a Marine with two tours of combat duty under her belt. Both are champion muay thai fighters will a knack for teaching. We'll chat all about the art of muay thai, their fight careers and the grand opening of their new gym, Peoria Muay Thai, coming September 13, 2014.
At 9:30pm it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty graces us with his presence and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience !!
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Bigfoot witness-turned-researcher, Todd M. Neiss has been an active investigator for more than 20 years.Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, he grew up hearing of these legendary creatures, alternately known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch, but gave it little credibility beyond that of Native American lore or a good old-fashioned campfire tale designed to frighten young campers. All of that changed for Todd in the spring of 1993.
As a Sergeant in the Army's 1249th Combat Engineer Battalion, he came face to face with, not one but, three of the elusive beasts in the temperate rain forest of Oregon's Coast Range while conducting high-explosives training. His sighting was independently corroborated by three fellow soldiers who also witnessed the creatures.
We will also include an interview with an aggressive sasquatch a man had in Colorado. This encounter borders just short of an attack.
A best of this weekend from last year when now Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work was between jobs.
When one hangs up the uniform after decades of service, but still wants to contribute to their nations national security needs, what paths can that take and what are the keys to success?
In a budgetary challenge not seen by the US military in two decades, what are the important "must haves" that need to be kept at full strength, and what "nice to haves" may have to be put in to the side?
What are the legacy ideas, concepts, and capabilities that the Navy and Marine Corps need to make sure they maintain mastery of, and what new things are either here or are soon on the way that we need to set conditions for success now?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be Robert O. Work, Col. USMC (Ret), presently CEO of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), and former Undersecretary of the Navy from 2009-2013.
After 27-years of active duty service in the Marine Corps, Work joined the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA), where he focused on defense strategy and programs, revolutions in war, Department of Defense transformation, and maritime affairs. He also contributed to Department of Defense studies on global basing and emerging military missions; and provided support for the 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review.
During this time, Work was also an adjunct professor at George Washington University, where he taught defense analysis and roles and missions of the armed forces.
In late 2008, Work served on President Barack Obama’s Department of Defense Transition Team.
He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois; and has Masters Degrees from the University of Southern California, the Naval Postgraduate School; and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
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This week, Laura Murphy, Director of the Washington Legislative Office for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Ms. Murphy grew up in a politically active family that advocated citizen action. After campaigning, working on Capitol Hill, lending her talents to several elected officials, working for several different ACLU offices, she was offered the position of Director of the Washington Legislative office in 1993 and was the first woman, African America, and has been the longest serving Director of the DC Legislative Office.
Almost 46,000 individuals are behind bars for non-violent drug offenses and can now apply for clemency. While there is a strong libertarian movement questioning the war on drugs, many state legislatures grapple with the budgetary implications of an expanding prison population. Furthermore, many religious movements are advocating redemption. There are also those who express concern that that the application of justice with respect to the war on drugs comes down with disparate representation regarding minority groups.
Ms. Murhpy’s observed major changes in the Republican Party since 2008. Whereas the the party once ostracized members who challenged party orthodoxy, it now seemingly welcomes more dissent under the big tent. The Democrats, Ms. Murphy observers, have some serious hawkish elements.
Lately, the ACLU has been at the forefront of the battle against the unprecedented surveillance by government agencies like the NSA, the use of torture by the CIA, and overreach by law enforcement agencies.
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