Episode 88 Christopher McDonald

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Christopher McDonald joins us before the inauguration to discuss the election, Trump, and the fall of the Republic. We will delve into what we can expect under a communist regime and what the end of America means to us domestically and the rest of the world.

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The Mc Files


Christopher McDonald

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Christopher McDonald is a patriot, a pastor and the Founder and Editor of the Great Smoky Mountain Journal. He hosts the Mc Files Broadcast, a podcast dedicated to truth, faith and Liberty. The Great Smoky Mountain Journal is a fantastic resource for news that is relevant to Christians, conservatives and Constitutionalist as we navigate these tumultuous times.

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Daniel Brigman

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Daniel Brigman considers himself an American through and through with roots running distinctly southern. Raised in a town outside of Atlanta he was fortunate to have family around him…including his grandparents. The lessons Daniel’s grandparents gained living during the great depression became silent sermons of generational ethics including Patriotism, Faith and self-reliance.

After marrying his wife Tristen and becoming a father to their children, the desire for his family to be prepared became a priority. The disappointment in the quality of products in long term food storage encouraged Daniel and his Wife to begin their own company. With a mission to provide superior products to the preparedness industry — NuManna was born. As Daniel matured, his love for the founding fathers and this nation took on greater significance. Daniel took it upon himself to write Forever 1776…a spiritual discovery into the heart of the American Revolution and our Law. Emotionally reconnecting with the foundation of our Nation is very important to the Brigman family and is the goal of this important book.

Because of NuManna and Forever 1776 Daniel was introduced to Joyce Riley, host of the nationally syndicated talk show, The Power Hour. It was a meeting which would dramatically shape his future. Their relationship quickly took root, so much so, Daniel became a regular voice on The Power Hour. Today, Daniel carries on the legacy as host of The Power Hour which began over twenty years ago by Joyce Riley. When not raising a family with his beautiful wife, Daniel now spends his time between Numanna and The Power Hour sharing his passions-Independence, better health and the truth.

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Terry Rapoza

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Seeing the overreach of government in 2009, the Rapoza’s helped start The Redding Tea Party as well as help to establish other Tea Party groups in Northern California, which are still active today. Having lived in California his whole life, Mr. Rapoza has watched the decline from the Golden State. He recognizes that our liberties are being taken from us on a daily basis mostly due to the fact that we have little representation in our state legislature. Mr. Rapoza has decided to not watch as our liberties crumble, but to take steps to insure they are preserved using the power of the people given to us in the Constitution.

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State of Jefferson


Chris Baucom

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Chris Baucom previously co-hosted Remnant Radio Network and has been a guest on any number of major conservative broadcasts discussing geopolitics, science, technology, health, preparedness and world events as they relate to bible prophecy. While living in South Florida and before going into broadcasting, Chris specialized in marketing and online media for major evangelical organizations, political propositions and well known speakers. Chris grew up in Charlotte, NC.


Dr. Darrell Hamamoto

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Darrell Y. Hamamoto is a professor emeritus of American Media and Popular Culture in the Dept. of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis. He has a research and teaching interest in sexuality studies. His current book project is titled “New World Order Theory For Students: Beyond Race, Class, and Gender.” His most recent book is “Servitors of Empire: Studies in the Dark Side of Asian America.”

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