Grab a seat and have a fireside chat with Christine & The Real’s | Real Economic Survival
Mr. and Mrs. Real have been homesteading, prepping and homeschooling for over 10 years. These down to earth Prepper Folks tell it like it is with a no holds barred discussion about survival, homesteading, and prepping for long term sustainability. They’ll be talking about what you can do whether you’re in an urban, suburban, and rural lifestyle. Go to home page 8:00 pm/Central tonight for live show.
From Tornados to Earthquakes and everything in between, we will discuss how Mother Nature can give you days to seconds before disaster strikes and what you need to know to survive. As this week I witnessed at a distance how Mother Nature can turn your life into ashes in a matter of seconds leaving those affected with nothing more than the short on your back. What do you need? How can you plan for the unknown? Join your host, Karen of In Time of Disaster on this player as she talks with guests and callers about natural disasters and how can you prepare for them.
The Homestead Honey Hour, Noreen (Atticus9799) was your hostess. The topic of conversation was: Canning 101! So many people seem to have so many questions. Every week the Honey’s get asked lots of questions about canning. What’s the difference between pressure canning and water bath canning? I don’t have a pressure canner, can I can my chicken in a water bath? How long do you need to process meats for? Can I make jam without pectin? What is pectin? What is the difference between jam, jelly and preserve? The number of questions can make your head spin. Some of the information is so important that if you don’t know the answers, you can actually hurt yourself or your family. Canning is an important life skill, not just for preppers, but for everyone who aspires to give their families healthier foods. So make sure to Listen in below as many of these questions were answered. Go to home page archived shows
You say it is already mid-year 2012! Seems only yesterday we were turning the soil over and getting ready to plant! Now we are already into the harvest. Join The Other Side as we move to a new date and time and let you in on Keeping up with the Jones’s no no wait not the Jones’s the GARDEN Keeping up with the Garden and the Pantry. Listen to this show as we will check behind the garden gate and see whats happening there and in the pantry as well as swing by the Farmers Market. Listen in player below!
On this episode of Prepping With GoatHollow gardening and composting are the main topics of discussion. From tilling to weeding many aspects of gardening was discussed with great input from callers and those in the chat room. Listen to this show in player below!
Doug, also know as Goat hollow on Youtube, says that he’s been “Prepping” for most of his life. He caught the sustainability bug in the mid 1970′s with his first “Mother Earth News” subscription, and it just stuck.
Always with great prepping ideas, great guests, and great conversations… He says his philosophy is to share, and learn. Join him every Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. central time.
Could it be? The Homestead Honeys, Goat Hollow, Aj Prepper, Bexar Prepper, RedHorse_Ronin, Prepper Folks, The HillBilly Prepper Gals and all the other hosts from this network getting together for a single show? It’s looking that way. Visit us all in the player below and listen in to Tuesday’s show for what was a very special “American Preppers Radio Special”
Kitchen Table/Round Table
Tuesday night we took a night to enjoy each other’s company with pure social fun! Callers with whatever was on their mind and we all share in some of our successes and failures. We took the time to visit with each other and maybe learned a little bit from each other in the process. A fun and entertaining show. Listen below!
By Chris Watson “ The Prepper’s Poitin Hour. ” on American Preppers Radio
This past Monday I was inspired to do my show on things that I have seen on forum boards with increasing frequency. I am seeing people who call themselves preppers who display an astonishing amount of base behavior that does not lend itself well to the furthering of the movement nor to the ideas of prepping and survival.
I am seeing more and more people who display a superior tone in their online postings and want to be judgmental of others without knowing anything about them. These are a small but vocal minority of people who seem to have insecurity and ego issues that cause them to seek out the forum boards to chest thump, bully, and berate. These are people that, frankly, are not showing good coping skills or socialization skills and I wonder about their mental preps.
Then I see the posts from the bloodthirsty and selfish. These are people that have the mentality that because they have secured a life raft, then others have no business on it. How sad. These are people who say that they will meet people coming to them for a cup of rice with a bullet. How charitable. Then there are those who profess a love of liberty but advocate a return to slavery, though they may euphemistically couch it in any number of ways? Welcome to the Sudanese States of America, folks!
Finally, I talked about those preppers that seem to WANT calamities to happen. These are people who WANT to save themselves and save the world to re-make in their own image. They want to be a messiah. This messianic complex is understandable but disturbing, nonetheless.
The vast majority of the prepping community is not like this at all. They are folks of varied walks of life and with many things to offer that seek to fellowship and learn with other likeminded people. They are being tarred with the same brush as those with the superiority and messianic complexes because they do not have the heart to chide these selfish people publicly.
Being a prepper does not make one superior to others, it simply makes one better prepared! Listen to this show in player below!
The Surreal news! Where our host Doug brings you the news that the “Main stream media” would rather not have you hear…. The stuff that they bury on page 56. The life is stranger than fiction stories, that make you wonder, if you are still living in the same world. Are you becoming certifiably insane? Or, have you simply entered the realm of…The Surreal News??? Listen in player below!
The Prepper Folks Hour was an hour of power with guest William. William is an electrical engineer with 33 years experience in the electric power industry. We talked about how to prepare for the loss of electricity. We also discussed what can cause electrical outages, how some outages can be prevented and what you need to do to prepare. Prepping tips were also provided for all budgets. Electricity has a deep impact on our modern lifestyles and everyone can do something to prepare for its loss. Listen to this show in player below!
If a disaster were to strike would you have a safe place to shelter? Do you have a plan to protect your family from whatever might come from hurricanes, tornado’s, EMP or any other disaster might come. In this episode of In Time of Disaster we will discuss what a shelter is, what they are constructed from and what type might be the best choice for you, and what other uses can a shelter have in normal times.
Join TheMrsVolfie and the other Honeys on the Homestead honey hour. We will talk about the three C’s Convenience, Complacency and Community..The pit falls and strengths of how we live today and how we can share our experience strength and hope for a better tomorrow! Listen to this show in player below!
Because of the special interview our host provided us with on his Sunday show “The Surreal News” with guest from Spike Tv we will get a dose of some surreal news on this episode of The Surreal News. If you have never caught a Sunday show you will definitely not want to miss show in player below.
Special Needs? Just what are special needs, who has special needs? We think we know the answers to these questions and often ignore information using the term “special needs” because we don’t think it applies. This broadcast on Tuesday 6/19 was about special needs and how special you really are. Co-founder Janet Liebsch of FedHealth and Its A Disaster Manual fame joined The Other Side of a Preppers Path to talk about special needs, tackling the subject of who is special needs and also hone in on topics such as Celiacs Disease, Gluten Intolerance, long term food storage options, canning and prepping directly with people with disabilities and special needs. Remember you could and probably are special needs yourself. Be in the know and see how to plan and prepare by being aware. Listen to this show in player below.