The show from Febuary 06, 2010 Guests on “A Call to Rights ” with Steve Kates
Guest: The Freeze Dry Guy: Being prepared for the unknown is an important part of our show and the great information from The Freeze Dry Guy, will help you in these uncertain times! Learn more about what types of food you need to store and eat what you store. If there are NO stores, what will be in YOUR store. Are you new to freeze dry foods? These fine, easily storable foods were first developed by the U.S. space program. Today they are enjoyed extensively by the U.S. military and U.S. Navy submarine service, known for its excellent meals. We have served various government agencies, as well as the private sector, with the finest in Freeze Dried storable foods and emergency rations since 1970. Unfortunately, many people building a family food storage program, as well as most companies providing these units, do not supply adequate protein; especially animal protein. No other food satisfies like animal protein during stressful times. If you are a meat eater, you will definitely want our Freeze Dried meats. In addition to their exceptionally high protein content, they are very tasty and easy to prepare. With the exception of wheat and some other grains, Freeze Dried foods packed to rigorous US Government specifications, have the longest shelf life of any food available. The government and the military have stored these foods for over 30 years. In actual time tests, freeze dried foods typically maintain nutritional values rivaling the best fresh frozen products.
Author: Col. Richard H. Graham Flying The SR-71 Blackbird In The Cockpit On A Secret Operational Mission Pacific Flyer, August 2008 “For anyone who has ever wondered what it’s like to fly the SR-71 on a secret Mach 3 reconnaissance mission, Flying the SR-71 Blackbird has the answer. Retired SR-71 pilot and squadron leader Graham takes readers along on an operational mission that only a few Air Force pilots have ever experienced…Graham offers a rare cockpit perspective on how regular Air Force pilots and navigators transformed themselves into SR-71 Blackbird cres, turning their unique avation talents to account in an unprecedented way. Arguably the world’s foremost expert on piloting the Blackbird, Graham details, as no one else could, what an SR-71 mission entails, from donning a pressure suit to returning to base…Flying the SR-71 Blackbird is the ultimate play-by-play journey into what is involved in an operational mission of one of aviation history’s most prized, and top secret, aircraft.” Product Description For anyone who has ever wondered what its like to fly the SR-71 on a secret Mach 3 reconnaissance mission, this book has the answer. Flying the SR-71 Blackbird takes readers along on an operational mission that only a few Air Force pilots have ever experienced. The Lockheed SR-71, unofficially known as the Blackbird, was an advanced, long-range, Mach 3 strategic reconnaissance aircraft developed by Lockheed Skunk Works. The aircraft flew so fast and high that not one was ever shot down, even by a missile. SR-71 pilot and instructor Colonel Richard Graham offers a rare cockpit perspective on how regular Air Force pilots and navigators transformed themselves into SR-71 Blackbird crews, turning their unique aviation talents to account in an unprecedented way. Arguably the worlds foremost expert on piloting the Blackbird, Graham details, as no one else could, what an SR-71 mission entails, from donning a pressure suit to returning to base.
Author: Robert Spencer The Complete Indfidel’s Guide To The Koran “Call to Rights” October 31, 2009 From the Inside Flap The Koran: It may be the most controversial book in the world. Some see it as a paean to peace, others call it a violent mandate for worldwide Islamic supremacy. How can one book lead to such dramatically different conclusions? New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer reveals the truth in The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran: not many Westerners know what’s in the Koran, since so few have actually read it — even among the legions of politicians, diplomats, analysts, and editorial writers who vehemently insist that the Koran preaches tolerance. Now, Spencer unveils the mysteries lying behind this powerful book, guiding readers through the controversies surrounding the Koran’s origins and its most contentious passages. Stripping out the obsolete debates, Spencer focuses on the Koran’s decrees toward Jews, Christians, and other Infidels, explaining how they were viewed in Muhammad’s time, what they’ve supposedly done wrong, and most important, what the Koran has in store for them. http://www.jihadwatch.org
Guest: Former LAPD Detective Mark Fuhrman (Pre-Recorded) New Book: The Murder Business: Crime stories fascinate the public. But between factual news stories, overblown “human interest” reports and salacious murder mystery expos?s, it’s difficult to tell where news ends and entertainment begins. Mark Fuhrman, best-selling author of Murder in Brentwood, explores this fine line and how it is increasingly being crossed, revealing new and shocking details on such highprofile cases as JonBenet Ramsey, Martha Moxley and Chandra Levy. In The Murder Business, Fuhrman argues that the media’s approach to covering crime (“if it bleeds, it leads”) has allowed many criminals to get away with murder and impeded the search for justice. The Murder Business presents a compelling plea for journalists, cops and citizens to demand higher ethical standards in the pursuit of justice
Clint Smith Hour #1 – Director/ Thunder Ranch: Join us for a discussion with the director of one of the finest firearms training facilities in the world! Clint Smith, President and Director of Thunder Ranch®, is a Marine Corps veteran of two infantry and Combined Action Platoon tours in Vietnam. His experience includes seven years as a police officer during which he served as head of the Firearms Training Division as well as being a S.W.A.T. member and precision rifleman. He left law enforcement to serve as Operations Officer for the American Pistol Institute where he was Dean of instruction and was instrumental in range and curriculum development for A.P.I. In 1983, Clint founded International Training Consultants, Inc., an active mobile training program which is nationally recognized for innovative programs in Urban Rifle, Shotgun, Precision Rifle, and various handgun formats. In 1986, he served as Director of Training for Heckler & Koch, Inc., where he developed and taught progressive courses in fully automatic weapons as well as conventional weapons systems. In 1993, Thunder Ranch®, Inc. opened to show not only innovative training, but numerous range designs and functions of a type not seen before in one facility. Clint is a contributor to American Handgunner, American Cop, GUNS and SWAT magazines and has published articles in many other national and international publications. In 2004 TR was successfully moved to Oregon. Link – http://www.thunderranchinc.com
Bob Cockell Hour #2 – Owner- Hammerhead Rifle-Tool: A great new tool to keep your AR-15 in tip top shape. Links:http://hammerheadrifletool.com/HammerHead_Rifle_Tool/HammerHead_Rifle_Tool_Home.html
George Day was a 41 year old veteran of combat in World War II and Korea as he flew yet another mission in his third war that August morning in 1967. At first the mission seemed no different than any of the countless others he had flown. Suddenly an enemy rocket slammed into his F-100, destroying the aircraft and setting in motion a chain of events that would turn into a nightmare….one that would last for the next six years.
As Major Day ejected from the battered aircraft his body slammed into its fuselage, breaking his arm in three places and badly spraining his left knee. Perhaps the only stroke of fortune for him that day was that his parachute opened. Upon reaching the ground he was immediately captured and severely beaten. The torture continued for two days during most of which Day was hung upside down with ropes. Finally an enemy medic crudely set his broken arm and the torture let up slightly. So severe were his injuries and so swollen was his left knee that Day’s captors considered his incapable of resistance or escape and only loosely bound him for three more days in a damp cave. On the sixth night Day escaped. Barefoot and injured he traveled south for two days, both feet repeatedly cut by sharp rocks and battle debris. Later he would recount the sounds of his pursuers and their dogs all around him day and night, but through great will to survive he managed to stay one step ahead of them.
On his second night of freedom, unable to continue without rest, the 41 year old pilot sought refuge under a bush. His fitful sleep was suddenly shattered by the nearby explosion of a rocket or bomb, he never knew which. The detonation was so close it threw his body into the air and ruptured his eardrums and sinuses. Shrapnel ripped into his right leg cutting large, open wounds. Vomiting blood, disoriented and with no equilibrium, Major Day languished in the brush for two more days. Then he resumed his trek south to what he hoped would be freedom. For several days meager meals of berries, as well as two frogs swallowed alive, provided the sustenance he needed to continue. After more than a week of struggle Day finally reached the Ben Hai River marking the boundaries of the Demilitarized Zone. Hiding from enemy patrols during the day, he left the cover of jungle that night and used a bamboo log to float across the river and into “no-man’s-land”. For another week he avoided enemy patrols and several times came heartbreakingly close to attracting the attention of American helicopters and reconnaissance airplanes. With unbelievable strength of character he continued south in hopes of reaching an American patrol that had ventured into the zone.
Somewhere between his 12th to 15th day of escape he began to hear the nearby sounds of American artillery and helicopters. During the darkness of night he continued until the basecamp was in sight. Not wanting to approach the friendly fortress during the darkness that might make the defenders mistake him for an enemy, Day lay down in the jungle to await dawn. Shortly before the sun arose to afford him rescue he looked up to see a North Vietnamese soldier pointing an AK-47 rifle at him. Attempting to escape yet again, Day was shot in his left hand and thigh. A day and a half later he was recaptured and returned to his original prison camp. Refused medical treatment, Day’s gunshot wounds festered and became infected. He was tortured for 48 hours without rest before the enemy finally believed they had broken his will. Day had answered their questions. What they didn’t realize was that the man who appeared so broken on the outside had answered every important question with false information. Two months later, totally destroyed physically, Day was sent north to the infamous Hoa Lo prison camp, where further torture continued.
In February, 1971 several American prisoners at the Hoa Loa camp gathered for a forbidden religious service. Suddenly they were interrupted by the enraged enemy guards. As the guards burst into the meeting room with rifles pointed at the prisoners, one of the Americans stood to his feet. Ragged, battered but unbroken, it was George Day. Looking into the muzzles of the enemy rifles he began to sing. The song was “The Star Spangled Banner”, our National Anthem. Next to him another prisoner stood. Commander James Bond Stockdale was the ranking American in the prison and he lended his voice to Day’s anthem of freedom. Soon the other prisoners joined the refrain, and then from throughout the entire prison camp, came the sounds of others. Stockdale, who would join “Bud” Day in receiving Medals of Honor five years later wrote that, although he was punished for the episode, it was exhilarating: “Our minds were now free and we knew it.”
The latest battle in the administration’s war against success is the shakedown on executive pay put forth by Obama’s pay czar, Kenneth Feinberg. The much anticipated move follows the bullying of the AIG producers, as well as the Chrysler and GM bondholders last spring. In the case of the upcoming pay cuts, salaries are expected to be slashed as much as 90 percent on average and total compensation will drop by about 50 percent, underscoring an enormous decrease in the amount that many executives will be receiving this year. In other words, the pay cuts will continue until performance improves.
It is certainly reasonable to argue whether or not the existing compensation packages are excessive, especially if we are picking up the tab. But, it is also reasonable to debate how these firms will keep their most talented people with the new anti-market ceiling in place. After all, isn’t it the point to make these executives successful? What is difficult to debate, however, is the administration’s Chicago-esque display of raw power in furthering its economic agenda, in breaching or renegotiating existing contracts.
For those who believe this step represents justice, ask yourself if you really want the government to become accustomed to injecting itself not just into the private sector, but into preexisting contracts? We know this is not the first time, and we can be confident it will not be the last. In a similar move, the Federal Reserve is planning to exercise veto power over pay policies at thousands of banks including many that never received a bailout.
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Amanda Vega/ Amanda Vega Consulting Impact Of Social Media/ 1st Amendment Rights:Amanda Vega began her career at AOL as a chat moderator over 15 years ago. During her tenure at AOL she directly helped to develop and rollout Instant Messenger and Love@AOL (now Match.com’s technology.) Amanda has an MBA from Columbia University, and known industry-wide as an insightful and honest speaker that doesn’t talk AT people, but instead talks with them. After selling her second interactive agency to Ogilvy in 1999, she moved to New York City and opened Amanda Vega Consulting which works with agencies and clients directly helping them optimize and integrate the ongoing stream of new technology and marketing options growing in the online space while also more effectively integrating those into their traditional programs.
Amanda is the CEO of Amanda Vega Consulting, a firm of over 120 people in 15 countries in four languages that handle interactive strategy and implementation for companies such as Publicis Modem’s Betty Crocker and General Mills, Banana Republic, First Juice and more. Her firm is technically one of the oldest social media management company with engagements in the industry dating 10 years.
Amanda is a published author of “PR in a Jar” and contributor to the best selling book “The Social Media Bible. She’s a frequent industry expert speaker at such conference as Search Engine Strategies and Ad:Tech. She has additionally been featured on Oprah and spoke for the White House Press Core about social media. She is a board member for many local and national non-profits and professional organizations. Amanda was one of the first bloggers on the Internet and helped shape many of the “social media” tools we have today – well before they had a name.
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