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Farm Living!

Chickens From Scratch & Farm Living with Janet at Timber Creek Farm
Host: Karen Lynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead

Farm Living DSC_0372Join Karen Lynn and her guest Janet Garman of Timber Creek Farm, Janet not only owns her own “Real Farm”, she is also the blog owner of “Timber Creek Farm” and now she has authored a book on raising chickens called “Chickens From Scratch” – Raising Your Own Chickens From Hatch to Egg Laying and Beyond and trust me Janet has tons of experience with not only raising chickens, but also raising livestock including pigs and cows on her farm! Continue reading Farm Living!

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Predictions, The Robo Homestead and Others!

Predictions, The Robo Homestead and Others!
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty

Predictions crystal-ballWhere is the world going? Weren’t we supposed to be at $19.00 a gallon gas. Nobody and I mean nobody saw the $1.90 gas coming. Its always fun to sit down and look at facts and rationally make predictions about where this world could go in 5-10 years. This will be a night for philosophy and prophecy and prediction. I am not looking for incredibly deep conspiracy. More so I am looking for calculated and rational predictions. Continue reading Predictions, The Robo Homestead and Others!

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Today’s problems “What do they mean to me?”

Today’s problems “What do they mean to me?”
Host: Lisa & Dale Goodwin “Survivalist Preppers

problems Survivalist Prepping210This week I have Bennett on and we talk about all the stuff we see on the news and ask “What does it mean to me?” We all know there are problems all around us and if you watch too much of the news you can become obsessed with it. Knowing these problems exist and acting on them are two different things. As preppers we are keenly aware of everything around us that poses a threat and it’s our responsibility to protect our own future. Continue reading Today’s problems “What do they mean to me?”

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Division the Dangerous Aspects!

Division the Dangerous Aspects!
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty

Division divided-we-fallThere are many ailments that the American people suffer from. I don’t mean as individuals. I am speaking more of the “American People” as a base from which our national attitude, decisiveness and direction are derived. There are huge National issues that affect the American people and the way we interact or don’t interact. Tonight on I AM Liberty I want to talk about one of the greatest issues, in my opinion the greatest issue that is threating this base today. That is division. Continue reading Division the Dangerous Aspects!

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20’s Country, Folk, & Jazz Music Special

20’s Country, Folk, & Jazz Music Special
Host: Prepper Broadcasting

Country When theLevy Breaks 300x300If you like old style Country, Folk, Bluegrass  music the way it was, how it was played many years ago then we have a treat for you. Tonight on Prepper Broadcasting we are going back in time, a time before you were born, maybe even before your mom and dad were born. We are going back to the 1920’s to listen to some great hits from long ago.

Many of these songs have survived the ages being re-recorded by others over the generations. Tonight we are going to play many of these songs as they were recorded by the original artists.

Country jimmy_davis_image-150x150Have you ever heard of Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie? A peculiar detail about Chicago Blues legend Joe McCoy is that he had a lot of stage names. Best known as Kansas Joe McCoy, he also performed and recorded as Georgia Pine Boy, Hallelujah Joe, Hillbilly Plowboy and Mud Dauber, to name just a few. Joe was married for a time to blues guitar great Memphis Minnie (who’s real name was Lizzie Douglas) and they made this classic record When The Levee Breaks together in 1929. This song was much later recorded by Led Zeppelin. Listen to the timeless original, hot off the 78RPM vinyl tonight. Continue reading 20’s Country, Folk, & Jazz Music Special

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An Inquiry into the Career of a Populist!

An Inquiry into the Career of a Populist
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By: Roger G. Kennedy

An Inquiry into the Career of a Populist

(populist then/populist now)

PopulistIgnatius Donnelly died of derision. Not his corpulent Red Irish body, which has survived so many blizzards and dust storms and endless haggling conventions and caucuses – his body died of a heart attack in his sixty-ninth year, two months after he lost his twenty-third election campaign. Nor did his spirit die – it animated the reforms of two Progressive decades built upon his four decades of agitation, and it went marching on into the agricultural policies of the New Deal. But his reputation, that part of his reality about which he cared most, his “darling reputation,” was buried under the ridicule of respectable politicians and journalist during his lifetime and respectable historians thereafter. Even during the liberal years, the 1930’s and 1940’s, Ignatius Donnelly, like William Jennings Bryan, was thought to be too much the hayseed Gracchus, too much the product of the pre-deodorant era, to please the fastidious urban intellectuals.

“Ignatius Donnelly” he was called at the end. He had led the Anti-Monopolists and the Greenbackers and the Grangers and the Populist, had lost so many campaigns for the Congress and the Senate and the Governorship and the Presidency that he had become a figure of fun. William Watts Folwell, the establishment historian of Minnesota, called his life a “dreary record.” Latter-day critics agreed: Richard Hofstadter said he had been a leader of “country cranks’; Eric Goldman said he “had a reputation of the kind of theories that too many nights on the prairie can produce.”

PopulistDuring Donnelly’s lifetime Folwell set him down as “discredited,” a “mountebank politician.” He was attacked from the Left: Everett Fish called him a “fat brute,” and Sidney Owen called him the “Benedict Arnold of Populism.” From the Right the St. Paul Pioneer Press said he was “like Judas Iscariot…a dictator (and) a dog”; the Mississippi Valley Lumberman called him a “dishonest political juggler’; and during a famous exchange of invective, the stately Elihu Washburne of Illinois accused him of taking bribes, of being an “office beggar,” a coward, liar, a populist, and criminal “whose record is stained with every fraud – whiskey and other frauds – a man, who has proved false alike to his friends, his constituents, his country, his religion, and his God.” Continue reading An Inquiry into the Career of a Populist!

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