Chuck Holton is the host of “Frontlines” an NRA TV Series, is American war correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, and a published author, and motivational speaker. Chuck is also the host of The Hot Zone Podcast.
Holton has been a freelance cameraman for Fox news, following Ret. Lt. Col. Oliver North on his travels as host of War Stories with Oliver North on the Fox News Channel.
Holton was born in 1969 in Carson City, Nevada. At age 17 Holton joined the United States Army, shipping off to basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia. Holton is a graduate of both Airborne School and Ranger School, graduating Ranger class 3-89. Holton went on to attend Jumpmaster School, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare School and Assault Climber school, and was later an instructor at the United States Military Academy at Camp Buckner. Holton was deployed to Panama for Operation Just Cause, where he served as a team leader. He served four years with the 75th Ranger Regiment.
After four years of active duty, Holton joined the Wisconsin Army National guard, where he received training as a helicopter mechanic and eventually became trained as an Aeroscout Observer, flying the Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. His awards and decorations include the Army Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Senior Parachutist Badge, Ranger tab, Expert Infantryman Badge, and Combat Infantryman Badge.
Holton is the author of seven books:
He has also collaborated with Oliver North on two books:
Lara Cullinane Smith is the National Spokesperson for the Liberal Gun Club, a national organization which seeks to ensure an educated, liberal voice in debates on gun control and the Second Amendment.
Lara is also a lawyer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her practice area is mainly business and commercial litigation, but she also helps FFLs and others in the firearms industry with their particular business issues. In the past, Lara has represented law enforcement in high-profile civil rights cases as well, including the shooter in the case that was the basis for the movie “Fruitvale”.
Says Lara, “I’m La former anti-gunner whose USMC husband convinced me to learn to shoot so I’d be better able to understand the arguments I was making. 2 1/2 years later, I’m the Vice President of the Liberal Gun Club, California Chapter, a member of the DC Project, and an amateur competitor in shotgun and rimfire, and am opening a chapter of a Girl and a Gun in the San Francisco Bay area. I also write and speak on Constitutional issues relating to firearms, and on California gun laws in particular. I own a wide variety of firearms and one of the best experiences of my life was helligunning at the Girl and a Gun National Conference this year.”
The mission of The Liberal Gun Club is to provide a voice for gun-owning liberals and moderates in the national conversation on gun rights, gun legislation, firearms safety, and shooting sports. The Liberal Gun Club serves as a national forum for all people, irrespective of their personal political beliefs, to discuss firearms ownership, firearms use, and the enjoyment of firearms-related activities free from the destructive elements of political extremism that dominate this subject on the national scale. The Liberal Gun Club also actively develop and foster a variety of programs for the purpose of firearms training and firearms safety education, for both gun owners and non-gun owners.
Minista Jazz is Black Guns Matter movement’s deescaltion specialist, educating and engaging traditionally oppressed communities about their rights as US citizens, particularly regarding 2A.
For nearly twenty years– since 1997– after being kidnapped, Minista Jazz has been passionate about violence prevention, anger management, and verbal de-escalation techniques, using basic compassionate communication techniques learned during an informal college campus meeting. This life changing incident lead to a life long career of education and advocacy in conflict resolution reaching people in over 40 countries worldwide and all across the United States. With more than 10,000 hours of experience, she may very well be “the most peaceful warrior” around.
Famous for her quote, “The human mind is the most powerful concealed weapon ever created”, Minista Jazz teaches principles of peace from a scientific point of view. By supporting others in understanding the power of the mind, language, and emotions, Minista Jazz capitalizing in human potential to help people develop better relationships with themselves and the world around them.
Theme: Looking Ahead in the Rear-view Mirror. This is a replay of our EP70, and we are revisiting New Year’s eve 2016. Grab some champagne and a party horn and step into the way-back machine with us as we go back to the day before the year 2017 began.
Hour #1 Guests:
– Chuck Holton – is the host of “Frontlines” an NRA TV Series, he’s an American war correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, a published author, and motivational speaker.
– Lara Smith -the Vice President of the California chapter of the Liberal Gun Club, a national organization which seeks to ensure an educated, liberal voice in debates on gun control and the Second Amendment. She is here to talk to us about a new surge of interest among in guns and gun rights among Left leaning Liberals.
Hour #2 Guests:
– Lars Dalseide – Spokesman for the NRA-ILA – the Institute For Legislative Action, and is the former producer of NRA News
– Minista Jazz is Black Guns Matter movement’s de-escaltion specialist, educating and engaging traditionally oppressed communities about their rights as US citizens, particularly regarding 2A.
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