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  • 01:01

    POWER Preppers: How To Survive A Carjacking

    in Prepping

    Carjackings are on the rise.  Would you know what to do?

    Join POWER Preppers host Patricia Baker as she speaks with Security Expert Steve Minguez about staying safe. Carjacking stats:

    Ninety-three percent occur in cities or the suburbs.
    92% of carjackings are committed when the victim is alone in their car.
    90% of carjackings involved the use of a weapon.
    Most happen near the victims home or work.

    Steve is a former member of the New York City Police Department with twenty-seven years experience as a Senior Firearms Instructor and member of the Intelligence Division Dignitary Protection Unit. Steve was Senior Instructor in charge of the Emergency Service Unit for twelve years.  He developed numerous training programs that included advanced firearms training, hostage rescue, dignitary protection, counter assault team tactics, CQB training, sniper training, active shooter, waterborne operations, and interagency operations.  He has conducted training and established anti-terrorism deployments.  He is a New York State Firearms Instructor and holds many other certifications.  He has trained numerous police and military units from around the world.

  • 01:31

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall, Musician Joey Stuckey,

    in Pop Culture

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall has begun the promotional tour for her first novel, How to Talk to Rockstars, which was inspired by her years of interviewing musicians. The Western New York native was transplanted to Western North Carolina via Goddard College where she earned her MFA in Creative Writing before landing a job as the arts & entertainment reporter at Asheville’s alt-weekly news and arts paper, Mountain Xpress. A dozen years later she’s still at it, regularly interviewing musicians and artists of all genres, reviewing albums and writing articles. She also serves as the arts section editor at Xpress.

    Musician, songwriter and performer Joey Stuckey has no boundaries. In his spare time, we're guessing he never sleeps, he is a producer, adjunct professor, TV show host, studio engineer - at his own Shadow Studios - husband, and very active in his community of Macon, Georgia. He's worked with and is highly respected by many of music's luminaries. While in Nashville working a production gig with legendary Alan Parsons he suggested a subtle change with one of the instruments would greatly improve the recording. After testing the idea, Parsons deferred to his judgement and followed it by directing the crew to follow Stuckey's direction without question. Yet even the Eye In The Sky guy likely never imagined he would see video proof of the Macon guitar slinger carjacking a woman's BMW to get to a gig in the video for his Blues song Blind Man Drivin'.

    Mme Perry also had a few surprise guests that night!

    We welcome your calls.

  • 00:31

    Charlie Crimebuster Car Jacking Tricks crooks use

    in Education

    Session II on How to avoid a Carjacking...in this session of the Charlie Crimebuster show, DC Crime-buster shares practical tips that few people think about to help avoid a car=jacking. Learn the newest "tricks" that the carjackers use to take your car and even sometimes lives. Most of all, learn how to avoid the 5 tricks that these perps use. Every parent should know these tricks and teach their young drivers how to protect themselves from them. 

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  • 00:20

    GLMX #220: Terrorist Attacks in Canada, Terrorist Attacks in America, and...

    in Current Events

    Compared to the United States, Canada is relatively peaceful when it comes to gun violence. However, this week, that tranquil feeling was shattered when a gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial in the capital city of Ottawa, killing one soldier. The gunman then entered the Parliament building a short distance away, firing his weapon repeatedly, going right past the room where the prime minister was speaking to lawmakers. 

    Two days earlier, another man, a convert to Islam who had recently become radicalized, ran over two Canadian soldiers with his car. One of them later died.

    These events seem to have jolted Canadians out of their sense of security as terrorists struck at the very symbols of that security -- the nation's armed forces and the center of the government. 

    America, of course, is no stranger to such events. Just on Thursday, a man attacked four New York City police officers with a hatchet. On Friday, in Sacramento, CA, a man went on a shooting and carjacking spree that left two sheriff’s deputies dead. In recent years, we have also seen multiple shootings at U.S. military facilities -- at the Navy Yard in Washington D.C., twice at Fort Hood in Texas, at Marine Corp Base Quantico in Virginia, and at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. It seems as though the very ones tasked with providing security for us are coming under attack themselves.

    We place a lot of value on security. Americans spent $20.64 billion on home security systems in 2011, and according to research, the home security market is expected to grow to $34 billion a year by 2017. In fact, recently, I had a home security system installed at my home. Not only do we look for security from violent attack and burglary, but we spend billions on insurance for our homes, cars, and health. We may not like the insurance company, but we like the security -- or perceived security -- that they provide. 


  • 02:58


    in Comedy

    Today on The Boochcast, Jerry once again stands alone while Booch goes and films his TV Pilot. Truman talks about wanting to see the movie Into The Storm, The ending credits to Lets Be Cops, meeting shady swingers that he wanted to hook up with, recaps Monday Night RAW, Plays classic Robin Williams clips from Mork and Mindy, Saudi Prince Robbed of 250,000 Euros In Paris Carjacking, Tosh.0 Production Assistant Accidentally Killed By LAPD, and Lands' End Customers Are Freaking Out Over GQ Cover.

  • 02:00

    Epic Beard Radio Saturday News Edition

    in Comedy

    Its been a long difficult week in the world.  An extention to the twelve hour humanitarian cease fire was rejected by Hamas.  The ebola outbreak in Africa has reached Nigerias largest city Lagos.  Russians have reported an increase in refugees fleeing fighting in Dontske.  The U.S. Embassy in Libya has been evacuated.  A carjacker runs over three kids.  Finally a bomb threat was made on a plane heading from Canada and had to be escorted out of U.S. airspace. 

  • 00:47

    30 Year Prison Sentence for CarJacking!

    in Radio

    Our panel of guest will be talking about this new legislation enacted to put a stop to carjacking. Is it justice or excessive. Join us.

  • 00:46

    Permit to Carry in NJ

    in Politics Conservative

    After the tragic murder and carjacking of Dustin Friedman right before Christmas at the Short Hills Mall in NJ, many are starting to question NJ laws gun controls, which are some of the strictest in the country and questioning whether these strict gun control laws may actually be putting more citizens at risk, while having little affect on crime.  

    While NJ residents can apply for Permit to Carry Handgun, the large majority is denied because they cannot prove justifiable need.  The ability to carry a handgun for self-defense is extremely important, but no less important than the right to possess your legally owned handguns while traveling.

    Frank Fiamingo, President of NJ Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) joins us to discuss the issue of conceal carry in NJ and the "friend of the Court" brief filed by the NJ2AS filed on October 1, 2013 challenging New Jersey's "justifiable need" requirement to obtain a Permit to Carry a Handgun.  The Plaintiff, Richard Pantano, is being represented by Evan Nappen, noted civil rights attorney and close friend and supporter of NJ2AS.  

    Will Permit to Carry be a reality in NJ,  and will law abiding citizens be able to exercise their right to not only defend themselves outside the home but to lawfully carry their handgun outside their home?

  • 00:27

    We Are Gladiators- Scandal Recap: Episode 314- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    in Culture

    In “No Sun in the Horizon,” two women were shot dead in the street. Executed. A third bullet ripped through the night. The shooter: Jake Ballard. His next target is either David Rosen or James Novak. The latter is gunned down while trying to escape the carnage. Jake points his gun at David. He’s always liked him. He wants to continue liking him. Jake asks him to work with him regarding their current situation. A short time later, David Rosen is heading the investigation into what’s being dubbed the carjacking murder of White House Press Secretary James Novak, beloved husband of Cyrus Beene.

    Mellie and Andrew try to convince to Congressman to support Fitz.

    Sally Langston is gathering votes by supporting gun rights.

    You can view the preview of last night's episode here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7ruYBSIwXR4

  • 01:01


    in Sports


    Times are scary today.  You may become confronted with that desparate person looking to take your car....at any expense including your life!  Find out the insights of my 20 years off Law Enforcement Experience and how to overcome this dangerous situation!!  Prev. Aired.