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  • 00:58

    Alcohol, Sleep Deprivation, Escape and Evasion

    in Education

    Alcohol, Sleep Deprivation, Escape and Evasion!
    Survival Medicine Hour
    on American Preppers Radio 
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom™ Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss the effects of alcohol, good and bad, on your health, sleep deprivation, new viruses on the horizon in West Africa, and basics of Escape and Evasion in Nurse Amy’s interview with Jack of Black Scout Survival

    Their shows are focused on medical preparedness including strategies for medical issues without access to modern medical help, herbal medicine, survival gardening, recent world issues and topics affecting those who are trying to become more prepared for times of trouble.

    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:32

    Crimes of Survival`

    in Television

    Some of us live in a world that is totally disfunctional and still maintain a sense of stability. Then there are times when drugs, crime, lack of income, mental illness are the only way to survive. Some people were born into a family of criminals, others chose a life of crime due to lack of resources, education and mentors.  How does crime affect you? How did you overcomer it? What advice can you give to those that are tossed between the pros and cons of crime?  Join me Thursday 630-7pm. Listen in as surprise guest call into Hear No Evil here on Blog Talk Radio.

    http://www.larrimadavis.com  AUTHOR LARRIMA DAVIS, daughter of Larry Davis, (the fallen street hero that NYPD used and abused and attempted to assassinate him when he was trying not to be a puppet for them) will be our guest during author spotlight. CALL IN SHOW, THIS WILL BE A SHOW YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS. MAY HAVE TO  DO TWO PARTS

  • 02:00


    in Military

    Adrienne Hatcher is an Active Guard Reserve CPT in the Missouri Army National Guard currently assigned to a Major Slot.  Adrienne commissioned in 2005 and was sent in support of Hurricane Katrina clean up as a team leader for a peace keeping/patrol missions in the French quarter. Shortly thereafter, she attended Survival Evasion Resistance Escape C+, Dunker School, and then attended Flight school XXI. She graduated with the advanced aircraft of the AH-64 D/Apache Longbow and then transitioned back to the AH-64A. While completing readiness level progression, supporting several state emergency duties, and working temporary active duty operational support, she pursued and received her Master’s Degree in Business Administration. She has served as a line company platoon leader, line company commander, Battalion S4, and Brigade Assistant S3, and currently is assigned to the State Aviation Office. After the unit received AH64-D block II aircraft, she deployed with them to Afghanistan and has supported mission sets that include special operation missions, convoy security, route reconnaissance, escort missions, as well as quick reaction force responses. Shortly after her return from deployment, CPT Hatcher transitioned to the UH-72/Lakota due to the National Guard losing Apaches to the Active Component.  Adreinne is the Executive Director/Founder of a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports U.S. Veterans and service members called Combat Boots and High Heels.

    Melissa Grable served in the army from October 2008 until January of 2011. She was a signal support system specialist, basically communications.She also deployed to Iraq in 2009 with 1st Calvary division. She returned in November of 2009.Melissa is contributing her story to female veterans in the hopes that her military experience will help females deal with their problems and issues. She wants them to be able to know what to do.

  • 02:31

    Spy Secrets, Holiday Organizing, Casada Italy, Pipe Spring Arizona

    in Lifestyle

    Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith - publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio's Happy Hour variety show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the BIg Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units.
    On This Episode:
    - Spy Secrets with Jason Hanson, author 'SPY SECRETS THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE: A Former CIA Officer Reveals Safety and Survival Techniques To Keep You and Your Family Protected', and President & Founder of Spy  Escape and Evasion - as seen on Shark Tank.
    - Organizing for the Holidays with Regina Leeds 'The Zen Organizer', author of 10 organizing books including the NY Times best-seller 'One Year to an Organized Life' and her latest 'Rightsize! Right Now.'
    - Casada - Isabel Comis Degenaars who wrote the forward and translated 'CASADA: A History of an Italian Village and Its People' written by Anna Comis.
    - Pipe Spring - Writer Eva Eldridge talks about her visit to Pipe Spring National Monument in Fredonia, Arizona


  • 00:49

    Escape and Evasion Part 2 – On the road

    in Education

    Escape and Evasion Part 2 – On the road
    The Human Path
    on American Preppers Radio!
    9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    This week, Sam Coffman continues this 2-part series about the bugout.  Once you have packed your bags, figured out where and how you are traveling, and have made the decision to leave, what are all of the issues on the road that you should be prepared for?

    This week will wrap up the 2-part podcast series on bugging out, with enough information to give you some idea of how to realistically plan for a full bugout scenario from point A to point B, and all of the possible issues that could arise during this time where you are most susceptible to security and survival challenges.

    Join Sam as he addresses some of the most crucial points to consider in your own thorough bugout plan, from equipment and packing, to movement and security, food and water, shelter and rest.

    Read More HERE!

    Visit The Human Path Here!

    Tags: The Human Path, Prepper Broadcasting, Plant Medicine, Skills

  • 00:49

    Combat Conversation

    in MMA

    Today's topics include...

    UFC 192: Cormier / Gustafsson war, Bader beat Evans, Sage Northcutt debut.

                    - Adrienne Bronner: will he fight a top contender and get back on track?

                    - MMA promoter Monte Cox pleads guilty to fed. tax evasion

                    - One last look at Gennady Golovkin vs David Lemieux

                    - Rousimar Palhares will not be released from his WSOF contract

                    - Pacquiao says he will retire after 1 last bout.

  • 00:59

    Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life

    in Education

    Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life!
    Host: Josh "The 7 P’s of Survival"
    on American Preppers Radio! 
    Tuesdays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    This week on the 7 P’s Of Survival Show we will be talking about spy safety and survival techniques that can save your life all while keeping you and those you love protected from danger. We will have Jason Hanson, a former CIA officer, security specialist and recent successful contestant on ABC’s Shark Tank. Jason teaches everyday citizens to protect themselves at his Spy Escape & Evasion School. He has been interviewed by major media outlets for security expertise, including the Today show, the Rachel Ray Show, Dateline, NPR, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post and now

    Read More→ HERE!

    Tags: American Preppers Network, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:30

    Episode 0024: Back To Where It All Began... Final BlogTalkRadio Episode.

    in Podcasting

    In tonight's episode, Mike thanks you all for listening to the show here at BlogTalkRadio. Mike made dozens of efforts to try to better the audio quality on BlogTalkRadio but can not achieve that without paying $400 minimum a year for a direct connection that is not dial up through a cell phone. If you liked The Mike Behind The Mike Show please follow us on PODBEAN IN TWO WEEKS. Thank you. The Mike Behind The Mike Show is not a one trick pony. Listeners can expect to hear all kinds of topics from economics, politics and religion to celebrity news, dating advice and surviving the zombie apocalypse. If you happen to stumble upon this show and see a topic that you're interested in, please give The Mike Behind The Mike Show a call at (929) 477-3402 or email/chat with us right here on BlogTalkRadio. Thank you very much for listening to The Mike Behind The Mike Show. If you get a moment, please visit www.gofundme.com/disabledmanpodcast to learn more about Mike, the host of The Mike Behind The Mike Show and the hardship that he and his family are experiencing. Again, thanks for listening to the podcast. Again, this is the final episode of The Mike Behind The Mike Show on BlogTalkRadio.

  • 02:01

    RELOAD RADIO PRESENTS: Aaron Childress & Gysgt Norseman

    in Radio



    Chili Off The Grid is a show about brotherhood and camaraderie through the outdoors. Aaron “Chili” Childress is a former marine infantry team leader and two-time suicide survivor to whom the outdoors provide an escape. His mission is to create objective for the returning American warfighter to keep their mind active and on course through outdoor therapy.

    With the help of Troy, Chet, Shawn, Matt and Daniel, they provide veteran and military therapy to fight the good fight of suicide prevention within the brotherhood, based on the principles of GallantFew.

    HOUR #2 

    David “Norseman” Williams GYSGT USMC Ret 

    Norseman is a career US Marine that has spent the majority of his service as a Scout Sniper.  He has served every billet in a Scout Sniper platoon and instructed Scout Sniper basic and Mountain Scout Sniper courses.  Norseman has upgraded the survival and combat tracking curriculum at both of these courses and was instrumental in reestablishing the mountain survival training program for the Marine Corps.  During his service Norseman has graduated some of the most challenging courses in the DOD arsenal. Norseman has completed the winter and summer mountain leader’s courses, advanced mountain survival courses, and every level of sniper training that the Marine Corps has.  Norseman is a qualified International Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape instructor with the credentials to teach at any NATO SERE course in the world.   He is a qualified combat tracker with many hours in the field as well as teaching this highly technical craft.   Norseman has three combat action awards from Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan. 


  • 01:02

    Frank Clemente, Dave Johnson • legal tax evasion of multinationals

    in Politics Progressive

    Dave Johnson (Campaign for America's Future and Frank Clemente (Americans for Tax Fairness) discuss the counterproductive, even perverse,  policies that have become embedded in the structure of the US Corporate income tax. The result is distortions in economic activity, what amounts to legal tax evasion on the part of large multinational corporations.

    Dave and Frank explore current policy, and have recommendations for a fairer system that actually benefits US citizens and the US economy. Jay Ackroyd moderates.

    Follow @DCJohnson @4TaxFairness @JayAckroyd

  • 00:18

    Preview: Should You Try to Be Morally Perfect?

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh posted a podcast titled "Preview of Should You Try to Be Morally Perfect?" for this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Most people dismiss any ideal of moral perfection as beyond their reach. "I'm only human," they say. That view is a legacy of Christianity, which teaches that moral perfection is possible to God alone and that any attempt at moral perfection is the sin of pride. In sharp contrast, Ayn Rand argues that moral perfection is not only possible to ordinary people, but also necessary for anyone who wants to live a virtuous and happy life. Hence, pride, understood as moral ambitiousness, is one of her seven major virtues.

    This talk explores Ayn Rand's views of moral perfection, ambition, and pride. What does she think that morality demands? How can people achieve that? How should people respond to their own moral wrongs and errors? We will compare Rand's answers to these questions to those of Aristotle. We will find that, despite some differences in each philosopher's conception of virtue, they share the compelling view that seeking moral perfection is crucially important to a person's life and happiness.

    This lecture was given on 6 March 2012 at the University of Colorado at Boulder as part of the Philosophy Department's "Think!" series. To purchase the full version, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.