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Erich Schultz Steadfast Farm #187

Coffee and a Mike

Release Date: 10/09/2020

Nick Coury #263 show art Nick Coury #263

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Nick Coury, ultra runner, co-owner of Aravaipa Running comes back on the podcast to discuss the first annual Cocodona, a 250 mile plus race linking together some of the most iconic trails/towns in Arizona, his recent win at the Alexander County 24 Hour with a final distance of 148.1 miles, first place finish at the Whiskey Basin 92k, 3rd place finish at both Black Canyon 100k and Crown King, how negative splits play a part when racing, the impact coach James Bonnett has had and the future of Aravaipa.

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Andrea Widburg #262 show art Andrea Widburg #262

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Andrea Widburg is an attorney, blogger at bookwormroom.com and is the Deputy Editor for AmericanThinker.com.  She comes back on the podcast to discuss James O’Keefe’s new video released today titled “OLIGARCHY”, all of the great work he is doing with Project Veritas, her recent article “Preachy Alyssa Milano gets put firmly in her place,” The Great Society created by Lyndon Johnson, will Gavin Newsom stay in power, and why China will stop at nothing to gain back control of Taiwan.

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Grayce Emmick #261 show art Grayce Emmick #261

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Grayce Emmick is a welder and eighth generation farmer. She comes on the podcast to discuss how she balances working two jobs, long term goals for the farm, advantages/disadvantages of social media, her definition of a #FARMLEBRITY, why dating another farmer is a bad idea, and why she is a step ahead from many college graduates.

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Mark Jayne #260 show art Mark Jayne #260

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Mark Jayne was a three-time Ohio State Champ, four-time Ohio State Place-winner, three-time NCAA qualifier, two-time All-American wrestler and the head coach of Hawken school. He comes on the podcast to discuss the recent retirement of Jim Heffernan at Univ. of Illinois, wrestling at St. Edward High School, the Walsh/Ed’s rivalry and how he has incorporated all he has learned in his coaching today.

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Travis Haley #259 show art Travis Haley #259

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Travis Haley is a veteran Force Reconnaissance Marine with 15 years of dedicated real world experience including: combat tours in the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia and is the founder of Haley Strategic Partners. We discuss defending the Constitution, one of the first questions he asks people that want to learn self-defense, how important gathering information from both perspectives is before making a decision and how buying a firearm should not be your first response in protecting your home.

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Torrance T. Stephens, originally from Memphis, Tennessee attended Morehouse College where he studied, psychology, biology and chemistry. He received a master's degree in Educational Psychology and Measurement from Atlanta University and a Ph.D. in Counseling from Clark Atlanta University. We discuss his most recent article “Protest and Demonstrations are Not Synonymous with Rioting and Looting,” his thoughts on MLB moving the All-Star game out of GA, BLM, and how this all boils down to money and power.

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Keith Jackson M.D. #257 show art Keith Jackson M.D. #257

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Dr. Keith Jackson is an ENT physician currently practicing in Roswell, GA and a regular contributor to AmericanThinker.com. He returns to the podcast to discuss some of his recent articles “The COVID-19 Response Is Killing More Than It Saves,” and “The ground is shifting under Americans' feet on health care.” Also we talk Russia/Ukraine and China/Taiwan conflicts, why some school districts are still not back to in class learning, and how EMR’s have had both positive/negative impact on physicians

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Professor Jaime Lynn Juarez #256 show art Professor Jaime Lynn Juarez #256

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Jamie Juarez has been working in the fields of autism, behavioral therapy, mental health, and medical freedom since 2002 when her son was injured by pharmaceutical products at just 15 months old. She has been successful at writing laws and developing resources to help families who experienced the same trauma with their children. On the podcast we discuss the J & J halt of the vaccine, her thoughts on children receiving it, and why she is willing to sacrifice her career and well being for freedom.

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Kayla Cowell #255 show art Kayla Cowell #255

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Kayla Cowell is a student and farmer currently working for her family on their farm in rural Illinois. She comes on the podcast to discuss her upbringing, how the past administration did things to strengthen the farming industry, gmo vs. non-gmo, and what it takes to be a #FARMLEBRITY.

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Dr. Russell Surasky #254 show art Dr. Russell Surasky #254

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Dr. Russell Surasky, is a triple board certified neurologist and the only physician in the U.S. with this combination of credentials. Dr. Surasky serves as the chief physician and consultant to multiple addiction centers on Long Island. He comes on the podcast to discuss what his take on vaccines, thoughts on mask wearing, the mental health the lockdowns are having, the media’s role in all of this, and the impact this has had on children.

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Steadfast Farm is a two acre bio-intensive market farm in Mesa, AZ which grows fruits, vegetables and flowers using organic practices and raise pastured poultry for eggs year round. They offer produce, cut flowers and eggs through their CSA program, farm store, farmers markets and local restaurants. Owner Erich Schultz comes on the podcast to discuss his transition from landscape design to farmer starting at Agritopia, and how he has consulted in the design of other farms across the globe.