Rory Miller joins us to discuss his book Conflict Communication, manipulation, and how to handle hostile confrontations easily. Can social engineering be used for good as well as evil? Can these skills save your life? Find out in this episode...
Author of After it Happens, Devon Ford, drops by. He's a by former Guinness Book of Records record holder and shooting star of a writer. He’s going to tell us all about how he crafts his dystopian fiction for you.
Zombies: Are they absolute nonsense or useful metaphor for modern survival? In this episode, we have a little spooky fun and wax philosophically to gain perspective on prepping and the main thing to focus on.
Have you ever heard about a Solo 401K? We'd never heard of it either. Turns out, we're not alone. But what's more interesting is how you can use this financial tool as a prepper and safeguard your money even if the market melts down.
Author Gary Collins drops by. He’s going to share us his story of the RV life and the trials of living the simple life of a modern nomad.
Your BitCoin Cash buddy Joey King drops by. We discuss what the heck is going on with cryptocurrencies and what the future may hold.
Author Shelby Gallagher drops in for her first ITRH interview. We discuss her book The Divide, her story, and some scary goings-on in Oregan.
Stephen Halbrook joins us. He's an author, lawyer, and champion of the 2nd Amendment. And he’s going to share with us a history lesson of gun control from Nazi German.
Catch-up with Co-host Jason and his efforts to parlay his small-scale beef production effort into paying for a bug out location.
In this ITRH summer short, we quickly discuss bugging out, bugging in, hunkering down, and making sure you didn't forget your wooby.