Annette talks about the Constitution, politics, history, the culture, parenting, and anything else that strikes her fancy.
Dr. Christy Kane joins me to talk about her insightful, gripping book about one woman's journey of recovery from childhood abuse through therapy. The book, "Fractured Souls and Splintered Memories" can be found at https://www.amazon.com/Fractured-Souls-Sp
Dr. Barke is back to discuss the state of education and alternatives such as home schooling and charter schools. We also talk about the lawsuit by AFLD against HHS. Dr. Barke can be found at https://www.rxforliberty.com/. The shirt he wore in this episode
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Many of us have been less than happy about the Church's response to the virus. Jodi Stoddard joins me to discuss how we can handle it when we disagree with the decisions or policies of Church leaders, both now and in the future. We spend a lot of time on
Cuba exile Mailyn Salabarria shares what life was like growing up in Castro's Cuba and what alarms her about the past year in the U.S. Her story is gripping and her warnings are very timely. Mailyn can be found through her business website: http://www.crc
explain what Critical Race Theory is and what can be done about it, drawing heavily from this article https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/critical-race-theory-fight/ by Christopher F. Rufo. Watch for the next episode with a Cuban exile. Annette can be found at
Dr. Jeffrey Barke, one of America's Frontline Doctors, returns to give us an update on the status of Covid-19, vaccines, shedding, masks, herd immunity, etc. He also urges us not to fear the virus, but to take care of ourselves and get early treatment if
Are you ready for an attack by zombies, or other brain-dead humans? My prep expert and friend Nate Ottosen joins me again to talk about what an attack might look like and how we can be prepared. We reference the book "The Zombie Survival Guide" by Max Bro
Nick Galieti, regular guy, has a project to help unelected citizens research, write, and promote passage of law. We discuss what that looks like. His website www.freelancelegislator.com is where you can get information and get started at making law! Annet
Pres. Oaks gave what I thought was a fabulous talk about the U.S. Constitution being a divinely inspired document and how we need to defend it. In this episode Shaun Bills and I discuss the talk and what we believe are some ways to defend the Constitution
John Renouard had a dream one night about a muscle-powered drill. He took the idea to the engineering school at BYU, and they created it. Several years later that drill is in 36 countries providing clean water to 7 million people! John's wife Nicci tells
LDS Artist Paul Grass joins me to talk about he shares his faith through "Book of Mormon, The Art Tour" where he goes into some surprising venues to share artwork based on stories from the Book of Mormon. Paul can be found at https://livvnart.wixsite.com/
Nate Ottosen joins me again-this time to talk about knives and other stuff you need in your bug out bag. Annette can be reached at annettetalks.com, Facebook.com/AnnetteBybee, or emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find videos for these episodes at https
Martin Harris had a mission-to witness the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon. He also made the financial contribution that allowed that book to be printed. His great, great grandson, Kent Pickering, sat down with me to talk about how he sees Martin Harri
Author David Greaves and I chat about his new sci-fi, dystopian, suspense, political thriller book, "The Sleepers" which can be found in podcast form on most major podcast providers, and at www.sleepfreeinc.com.
One man decided that the shut downs were just wrong-and did something about it. Activist Eric Moutsos joins me to talk about what inspired him, what he sees as the main problems with the Covid restrictions, and what he's doing about it. Eric can be found
Houston resident Nate Ottosen lost water and power for 3 days during the recent freeze. He found out that in some ways he was prepared, in other ways, not so much. He shares his experience and gives advice on how we can be prepared for future outages. Ple
Comedian Steve Soelberg joins me to talk about how to find humor when life is tough, like it has been for the last year! Steve can be found on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfU48zgp90Y&t=728s&ab_channel=DryBarComedy, on https://www.st
Dr. Jeffrey Barke, one of America's Frontline Doctors, joined me to talk about where we're at with Covid-19, why we don't need to fear it, how we can help to avoid getting it, what to do when we can, and whether or not we should take the vaccine. He can b
Ham radio enthusiast Aaron Kravik joins me to share his knowledge about what ham radios do, how they work, and which ones we need. As mentioned in the episode, he recommends www.hamstudy.org, and ham radio crash course, OH8STN, and KM4ACK YouTube channels
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