Battlefield America 14 The rules of the game part 7!

Battlefield America 14 The rules of the game part 7
Allen Getz “Behind The Headlines” Audio player below!

Battlefield America 14 The rules of the game part 7For this week’s broadcast of Behind the Lines, the probe of the premier activist ‘how-to’ book enters the next phase. While previous episodes discuss attributes and skills, this episode explores introducing the activist to the situation. Successfully entering into an environment to enable change requires specific actions on the part of the ‘organizer’. We highlight and scrutinize these first steps because they determine the success or failure of the enterprise. Read more “Battlefield America 14 The rules of the game part 7!”

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Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!

Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!
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Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop ClassThere is much to be said about the benefits of early skills training, like wood shop, metal shop and even home economics. The skills learned in these classes were designed to help the youth better serve themselves and each other in small communities across America.

What’s that? Your child isn’t enrolled in shop class? Your school district doesn’t offer metal working? Or home economics – known today as the “American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences”? Read more “Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!”

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More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!

More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & AppearanceYou need more discipline and this week we are continuing with Part 2 of our series. Last week was smell and how to exercise more OPSEC on smoke, fire, cooking, and body odor. This week we begin covering sight and appearance. Specifically, we will be covering light and sight discipline. Meaning keeping light signatures low so as not to give away your position or capabilities in the fact that you have power or supplies for lighting. Another topic we are going to cover is how others might see you. Things like keeping your yard clean of trash in order to avoid attention or by putting certain trash out to make it looked like your house has already been looted. We will also cover ideas about how you and your family Read more “More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!”

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The 5 Most Likely Collapse Scenarios

The 5 Most Likely Collapse Scenarios
James Walton “I Am Liberty ” Audio player below!

The 5 Most Likely Collapse ScenariosAfter a week off I am back to talk about the 5 most likely collapses in the near future. I feel like getting deep into the doom and gloom and the sci fi this week. We all have our theories and cannot wait to hear yours, but I would like to take a crack at this one. Lets see how many of these you agree with. I am going to create a list of potential threats that could be and rank them over the week. Read more “The 5 Most Likely Collapse Scenarios”

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Battlefield America 13 The rules of the game part 6

Battlefield America 13 The rules of the game part 6
Allen Getz “Behind The Headlines” Audio player below!

Battlefield America 13 The rules of the game part 6For this week’s broadcast of Behind the Lines, we continue the examination of the premier activist ‘how-to’ book. While last week emphasizes the list of talents/traits necessary for these activists, this episode focuses upon the skill that takes precedent. We focus on this prerequisite for ‘organizers’ and probe the importance of this talent. This characteristic receives in-depth scrutiny because of its preeminence and significance. Read more “Battlefield America 13 The rules of the game part 6”

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Building the Baddest Bug-out Bicycle!

Building the Baddest Bug-out Bicycle!
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below!

Building the Baddest Bug-out BicycleThe bicycle is a child’s first form of tangible freedom. It is a rite of passage and allows the young boy or girl a sense of approval from parents to be adventurous, self-reliant and brave.

That first successful sendoff is a bittersweet moment for both parent and child. For the child, that pulse of confidence and stability is a moment of self-worth that lasts a lifetime. For the parent, it is often the first sign that as parents we need to let them go and learn on their own. And when they take a fall on occasion, we have an opportunity to help them move past the bumps and scrapes and encourage them to get back on again. Read more “Building the Baddest Bug-out Bicycle!”

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Experienced gardener or just a beginner?

Experienced gardener or just a beginner?
Jordan “A Family Affair” Audio player provided in this post!

Experienced gardener or just a beginner?Are you an experienced gardener or just a beginner? Would you like to know where to begin, or expand your knowledge? Are you wanting to get away from pesticides? Finding that your garden just seems to need more? Well join us as we discuss Natural and Companion gardening. I will be having another amazing guest on such a topic. Our guest started out like many, helping his family garden and learning from them as a child that set the path to what he does today. Read more “Experienced gardener or just a beginner?”

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