Covert Entry & Lifestyle Design with Pat Watson

Lock Picks with the words "Covert Entry"

In this podcast episode, we dive into the expertise of Pat Watson, a former military and law enforcement professional turned educator, in nondestructive entry techniques such as lockpicking and covert entry. Pat shares his transition to teaching and highlights the importance of practical, hands-on learning for real-world application. His insights extend to overcoming bureaucratic inefficiencies,…

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Prepping Made Easy! The 7 Essentials of Preparedness (2024)

A family in their living room having a fun conversation about prepping.

Are you ready to start prepping so that you’re ready for anything life throws at you? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Prepping is for everyone, including everyday folks like you and me who want to be prepared for both big disasters and life’s little curveballs. Drawing on my extensive background in security,…

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Anthrax Survivor! Dr. Nina Cerfolio’s Life Journey

Dr. Nina Cerfolio Survived Anthrax

Dr. Nina Cerfolio’s journey to Chechnya during the Second Chechen War to help children affected by the conflict took a dangerous turn when she was poisoned with anthrax by someone posing as a journalist, who was actually a KGB agent. Since then, Dr. Cerfolio has found herself on a healing journey, both from the physical…

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Food Preps 2.0 with Shelby Gallagher

Food Pantry with Food Preps written in the center

In today’s uncertain world, where the only constant seems to be change, being prepared for the unexpected has never been more critical. From economic downturns to political upheaval and war, there are countless reasons why having a well-stocked pantry can provide peace of mind and security for you and your family. However, navigating the challenges…

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7 Tips for Financial Preparedness and Budgeting for Survival

Financial Preparedness for Survival

Financial preparedness is a cornerstone of survival planning, often overshadowed by stockpiling goods and mastering survival skills. While these are undoubtedly crucial, neglecting your financial health can leave you vulnerable when disaster strikes. Therefore, it’s imperative to recognize the importance of financial stability in times of crisis and learn practical strategies to secure your economic…

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Cybersecurity and the Future of Tech with Dan Nowak

A masked person holding the word cyber threat

Cybersecurity and the future of tech, dive into it in the episode with tech expert Dan Nowak. Our chat traverses the landscape of technology, its implications for personal and national security, and the societal shifts it engenders. Join us as we unravel the complexities of our increasingly connected world. The Cybersecurity Conundrum The Rise of Remote…

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Terrorist Movsum Samadov (Coming to a Town Near You?)

Movsum Samadov: terrorist and picture as an illegal border crosser

In case you haven’t seen it, there’s a troubling video on the Internet. The video is of an interview of an illegal border crosser, who, when asked who he is, responds with: You’re not smart enough to know who I am. But soon, you’re going to know who I am. Everyone will.  Call me crazy,…

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Swedish Government Prepping! (Here’s Their Guide)

Swedish flag

In light of the heightened tensions and instability around the globe, the Swedish Government is providing its citizens with an excellent preparedness guide. The 11-page “If Crisis or War Comes” guide covers emergency preparedness, terror attacks, total defense, and warning systems. It also includes home preparedness tips, including food, water, warmth, and communication essentials. By…

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☢️ Own a Nuclear Missile Silo! with Matthew Fulkerson

Brian Duff and Matthew Fulkerson in a Nuclear Missile Silo control room

I talk with Matthew Fulkerson, owner of an Atlas F nuclear missile silo, and founder of Atlas AD Astra – an adventure resort and educational center for space habitat studies. Matthew shares his journey from stumbling upon an abandoned missile silo as a child to transforming a decommissioned site into a unique Airbnb and educational…

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Lessons from the Great Depression We Can Use Right Now

There are many lessons from the Great Depression that are still relevant today

The late 1920s and early 1930s were challenging times economically for our country, and we’re starting to see similar issues today. Those who are wise learn from history, and those who do not, repeat it. Here are some lessons we can take from the Great Depression and apply them to our current situation. A Quick…

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