This week on All American Radio, I talk about the Keystone XL pipeline and how it relates to Warren Buffett. In the second half, the All American Wife takes the mic for the first time and talks about being a homeschool mom.
Last night in the second half of All American Radio, I talk about an article from Forbes magazine that describes the type of Hell Fast and Furious whistleblowers are put through, while those who go along get reassigned to better jobs.
Check it out here.
Lat night I did the first part of the podcast, mainly about the history of Luddites, but a bit about Pearl Harbor. I think the clip at the beginning may be too long, but I thought it was a good one to start with.
Great insights from those two.
True, I didn’t get much on the blog today, and by much, I mean anything. But that doesn’t mean I wasn’t, as my gangsta students used to say, puttin’ in time.
Tonight I worked on this week’s All American Radio. I finished the first half tonight, did the second half earlier in the week.
I doubt it’s done tomorrow, as it’s Thanksgiving. I mean, who’s going to be downloading it on Thanksgiving.
But look for it Friday. After you get back from fighting the hoards at the Wal-Mart.
And look for me on Friday was well. Friday evening.
I got a long week this week. Four twelve hour days, starting at 0400 each day.
Some weeks are harder than others to get stuff done here. I know you understand.
Thanks, and happy Thanksgiving.
All American Radio #6 is now live over at Take That Media.
Great podcast, in my humble opinion. There’s some lag on Skype during my conversation with Seton, but stick with it. It clears up and doesn’t take that much away from the discussion.
The new All American Radio is out at Take That! Media. This week I talk about the Occupy wall Street cooks protesting freeloaders while other protesters show a profound lack of empathy for a 14 year old girl who says she was sexually assaulted at Occupy Dallas.
Also, I spend thirty minutes on the totalitarian aspects of population control. It was a passionate thirty minutes.
Check it out and let me know what you think. Any and all feedback is appreciated.
There are too more podcasts out for you All American listeners that I want to let you know about.
I’ve read it, and the book before it, Patriots, and found them both to be compelling. Patriots was a little harder to read and we talk about that, comparing it to the readability of Survivors. We also spent about 30 minutes just talking general preparedness.
Overall, I enjoyed the conversation and I know you will also. When you’re done listening to it, head over to Jim’s blog and tell him you enjoyed it.
Secondly, I was a part of Right This Way, Take That Media’s weekly wrap-up show featuring different Take That Media personalities. This week, it was Wendy Sullivan, Tabitha Hale, Kimberly Haney and I talk about Joe Biden, Occupy Wall Street, illegal maple syrup and the impact illiterate turtles have on rape statistics.
Yeah, you read that right. Check them both out and let me know what you think. And look for a New All American Radio this Thursday.
I recently interviewed the driver of the H1 All American Blogger Chevrolet, Mark Hunziger, about he got into racing and everything that goes into keeping a race car going through an entire season.
The interview was before he took the third element of another car’s rear end to his face.
I also talk with Bill Walker, author of “Skywalker: Close Encounters on the Appalachian Trail.” Bill walked the entire Appalachian Trail in 171 days. He talks about how to get started, what to bring and what to expect.
You can listen to the entire podcast here. When there’s a podcast feed, I’ll post it.