Category: Shows

The Women of Prepping

” I cannot get my spouse on board with my prepping!” That is a dilemma that we hear from people in prepping all the time. Not until I met Jordan Smith did I realize that this dilemma affected women just as much as it did men. I can understand the men who wanna hide guns…
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March 31, 2020 0

The Virginia Rally: Realtime Boots on the Ground

Photo Credit: Gabby Orcutt (To listen in on chatter during the event, be sure to join the channel on Zello or Discord. Also, VA State Capitol Alerts)   The line in the sand has been drawn. You stand on one side or the other. A cyclone fence is all that protects you from chaos. A…
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January 19, 2020 3

I AM Liberty Show -The Fertilized Podcast

Listen to “The Fertilized Podcast With I AM Liberty” on Spreaker. Sometimes life invades your best-laid plans. On this episode of the, I AM Liberty Show you are going to get an unfiltered conversation as I work in my garden. To be clear, I am basically fertilizing the plants and talking about the state of…
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July 29, 2019 0

TGA- AR15’s: Starter Rifle

I want to buy an AR15 but I have no idea where to start and what to buy….


July 11, 2019 0

Late Planting for Preppers – The Next Generation Show

We’ve suffered like much of the rest of the country when it comes to the garden out back. Luckily, our losses aren’t quite as significant as the farmers who have millions of dollars on the line. Here in the Pacific Northwest, the wheat, barley and chickpea fields are doing great. And yet in my garden…
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June 25, 2019 0

A Bug Out Vehicle from Scratch – The Next Generation

Let’s face it – Bug Out Vehicles are sexy. At least in the movies and in prepper fiction. But what goes into making a vehicle something that can withstand a solar storm, a natural disaster, or a roving horde? It could be the storm chasers that track tornados, or the bomb-proof disaster vehicles outfitted by…
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June 18, 2019 0

Gardening With Emma

“Gardening with Emma” As Parents we hope to be able to teach our children skills that will take them further. Steven Biggs has seem to achieved that on a level that is truly inspiring. He has been able to share his passions with his children and from that he has three amazingly creative children each…
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June 14, 2019 0

A Year in the Books! – Anniversary Show with The Next Generation Show

This week we reach a milestone on the Next Generation Show – One year on air sharing prepper tips and tricks, guest speakers and Pint-Sized Prepper Projects with our amazing listeners! So this week we reflect on the best of over the past year and what we learned along the way. Taking time to look…
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June 11, 2019 0

U.S. Military .30cal Rifles History, Gunsmithing, & Operation Part 2

Do you want to know more about US Military 30 Cal Rifles from the past? How to fix them, get parts, what to watch out for, and the various models that were fielded and are still available?? Tune in and find out!


June 4, 2019 0

Is Chuck Norris a Prepper?! – The Next Generation Show

This week, we revisit what it means to be a prepper – beyond the façade. Beyond the public opinion. Beyond the mold.  This is the second in a new series segment that we’ll be spacing out here and there on The Next Generation Show. In these segments we dissect some of the personality traits of…
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June 4, 2019 0

Modernizing Learning with The Next Generation

Education and the importance of a well-rounded education is a subtle theme or thread we’ve touched on over the past few months on this show. Sometimes we focus on a trade or a skill set. Sometimes we focus on a mindset. Sometimes we focus on timing or ability. But no matter what it is, we…
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May 28, 2019 0

U.S. Military Firearms: WW2 .30cal Rifles History, Gunsmithing, & Operation

This show is about the various US Military .30 cal rifles from WW2, Korea, and even Vietnam. History, Operations, and Gunsmithing.


May 23, 2019 0

Encouraging Young Entrepreneurs – The Next Generation Show

For many of us as kids we sought out to make a quick buck. Maybe it was just to get a piece of candy after school from the vending machines down the road. Maybe it was to save up for a new bike. Maybe it was for long-term savings. Whatever the reason to make money,…
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May 20, 2019 0