Jim Arroyo discusses how to be prepared for people trying to break into your home. There has been a number of home invasions, where illegal immigrants who have been trained, use an electric jamming device to block cell phones, so no one can call for help. These devices jam cell phone frequencies. Jim talks about
Brooks Compton, guest host of Prescott Talks, discusses a number of issues with Councilwoman Cantelme. who has just been named Mayor Pro Tem of Prescott. Connie talks about her goals for 2024 for the City, which include getting new fire and police stations, planning better for the future growth of Prescott, data collection by the
Jim Arroyo, President of the Yavapai County Preparedness Team, discusses the use of precious metals in barter. He explains what the spot price is, how to approach business owners about bartering for silver, and what a silver round is compared to a silver coin. In addition, Jim talks about the probable collapse of the dollar,
Jim Arroyo, President of the Yavapai County Preparedness Team, discusses several scenarios of civil disorder/civil unrest and how to get ready. He mentions the possibilities of hyperinflation, street violence in the large cities, and government breakdown. Jim gets into what to stock up on for a barter economy. He suggests that extra cash should be
Prescott Talks: Interview with Patrick Wellert, Principal of the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center
David McNabb, guest host for Prescott Talks, interviews Patrick Wellert, principal of the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center, a charter high school. Through a partnership with Yavapai College, students can take college classes and get their Associate Degrees as well. The Center includes agribusiness classes, as well as classes on horses and horsemanship. Students learn
David Stringer, guest host for Prescott Talks, interviews Bill Williams, who is running for the Prescott Valley Town Council. They discuss growth, water issues, infrastructure, new homes and developers.