Jim Arroyo. president of the YCPT, discusses how to prepare for civil war. He details the need for building relationships with your neighbors, and those you can trust, planting Victory Gardens, getting communication equipment (such as ham radios), and many other necessary items. Stockpiling vitamins is also important. Jim mentions Lt. Col. Steve Murray and
David Stringer, Publisher of Prescott eNews and guest host for Prescott Talks, discusses Mike Vax’s impressive career and background in jazz trumpet. Mike is the Director of the Prescott Jazz Summit, now celebrating its 22nd year. Mike gives the schedule for the Summit, which starts Friday, August 25 and runs through August 27th. In addition,
Brooks Compton, guest host of Prescott Talks, discusses with State Senator Ken Bennett what legislation he got passed, his background, and his political background. Sen. Bennett talks about election integrity, and that the solution is transparency. So he worked on a bill that would allow for such transparency. The bill had the support of the
Jim Arroyo, president of the Yavapai County Preparedness Team, shows how to set up a water filtration system, using both a simple filter and a filter that removes radiation from water. He recommends using a spade drill for the holes, and buying more than one dispenser valve (which are available on Amazon).
Prescott Talks: Interview with Robert Zinni, Vice-Principal of Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy
David McNabb, guest host of Prescott Talks, interviews Robert Zinni, who is the Vice-Principal of Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy. Mr. Zinni explains what the educational philosophy of expeditionary learning is, and the types of topic presentations that they do, including field trips, hands on learning, character development, and service education. In addition, they stress community
David, McNabb, guest host of Prescott Talks, interviews Chad DeVries about his background, his community work, and his candidacy for the Prescott, Arizona, City Council. Mr. DeVries feels that there is not enough transparency in the way the city operates, and that there is a bigger need for public safety officers.