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American Survival Radio #33

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton discuss the upcoming presidential election, with some advice to the Republican Party which should be heard, win or lose. How “Tribal Identity” politics could make the nation unrecognizable in the uncertain future…

All this and more in American Survival Radio #33

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American Survival Radio #32

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton discuss the reopening of the Hillary Clinton Email case by the FBI, and its effect on the upcoming presidential election. Also, Russia increases civil defense preparation for nuclear war, an ominous development as it pertains to the uncertain future. Plus, an old plea to tear down the Status of Liberty is revived as the Left considers the Right’s concerns about immigration to be a threat to the integrity of the United States. Joe Alton addresses why the Status of Liberty promise to the huddle masses yearning to be free rings true today and in the future. read more

American Survival Radio #29

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Donald Trump has his work cut out for him in the second presidential debate, given the airing of crude remarks about women 11 years ago. What he needed to do to get over the brouhaha over his statements, and how it’s different for a private citizen (which he was at the time) than a elected political figure (Clinton) when it comes to being held accountable for past bad behavior. Plus, what is President Obama’s real legacy?

This and much more in American Survival Radio #29 with Joe and Amy Alton! read more

American Survival Radio #28

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton tackle the first presidential debate, with a few hints for the Republican candidate as to how to demolish his Democratic opponent. Will he listen?

Plus, 50 members of Congress ask the DEA to reconsider their ban on the pain-relieving herb Kratom, which has been responsible for getting addicts off heroin and other opiates. Find out why this herb is so controversial, and why the U.S. government might be having second thoughts about its hasty decision. read more

American Survival Radio #25

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, the city of Chicago passes 3000 shootings and 500 homicides in route to what will surely be a record by the end of the year. This despite the toughest gun laws in the nation. What’s going on in the Windy City that’s causing all the violence and is there anybody trying to do something about it? Joe and Amy Alton discuss the sad state of affairs from a personal standpoint, with a daughter that lives there. Also, Zika virus hits 70 local cases in South Florida while the total of all cases in the U.S. and Puerto Rico approaches 20,000. Dr. Alton discusses 10 things that you should worry about with regards to the virus, and 10 things that you shouldn’t worry about as well! read more

American Survival Radio #24

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, with Joe and Amy Alton, Florida gets hit with a hurricane for the first time in a decade. Complacency leads to mad rushes at the supermarket for supplies and empty shelves, so how should you prepare beforehand for a hurricane, and what would help protect you during and after the storm? Also, Colin Kaepernick makes the roster at the S.F. 49ers despite sitting for the national anthem at games due to America’s oppression of black folks, especially by police. Is he a spoiled brat, a traitor, a hero? And why do multiracial people refuse to acknowledge the white part of their genetic background? read more

Are You Ready for a Hurricane?

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As Hurricane Hermine makes landfall in the Florida panhandle, I realized that I haven’t written an article on hurricane preparedness since Hurricane Sandy hit the Jersey coast in 2012. Florida, usually considered the most hurricane-prone state, has been extraordinarily lucky until now, with Hurricane Wilma in 2005 (the same year as Katrina) hit South Florida.

It doesn’t take very long for people to forget the devastation that previous hurricanes have caused in the United States. Hurricanes are one of the few disasters that advanced weather forecasting can predict well ahead of its arrival. The National Weather Service puts out regular advisories for upcoming storms. Despite this, few are prepared to handle the dangers to life and property that can occur. read more

American Survival Radio #22

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, we focus on two recent natural disasters: The floods in Louisiana and the wildfires in California. We discuss all the latest news plus all sorts of tips that would help keep you, your home, and your family safe if you were caught in floods or wildfires. You might find it interesting that places that have wildfires become at risk for flooding later by “scars” that occur on the ground; water can’t absorb into the hardened soil and flash flooding can occur! read more

American Survival Radio #21

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, a new list of bad outcomes in newborns from the Zika virus includes something called Arthrogryposis, a condition where limbs and joints are deformed and fixed in position. Although this may be seen occasionally as “clubfoot”, 6 of 7 microcephalic babies with Zika were found to have it in multiple joints, perhaps indicating major damage to nerves outside the brain from the virus.

Also, Joe Alton, MD travels to the Zika outbreak zone in Miami where, believe it or not, his dad had a business and the good doctor worked in his youth. He visits, amid areas of standing water, the grave of Miami’s first doctor and adds some thoughts on how things have changed in the Zika zone, and how things haven’t. read more

American Survival Radio #17

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton welcome economic trend forecaster Gerald Celente for a discussion of what to expect from the U.S. and global economy in the coming months. If you want more evidence that we’re circling the drain, this interview is it. Plus, Joe Alton goes back in time to his article from 2012 which wondered if any Republican will ever be elected president again in the foreseeable future. Changing demographics in the U.S. have made formally red state a bright purple now, and the failure to attract Latino voters is only part of the reason. Also, the Democratic Party Platform for 2016 includes the usual hysteria about climate change, but the U.S. is only responsible for 16% of carbon emission production. Our inability to control growing economies like China and India guarantee that they’ll be using fossil fuels until they reach our standard of living. Is there really anything we can do about it, with developing nations saying “Oh, so you were able to use coal and oil for 150 years to become the world’s superpower, but we can’t? Doesn’t seem fair….” read more

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