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As we become more dependent on technology to solve our problems we are shifting away from self-reliance. We expect the lives we want to happen to us instead of making them happen for ourselves. Join me on this podcast where we train our minds to adapt and overcome any obstacle and achieve any goal. Each week we dive deep into a facet of growth and self-development and provide ways to incorporate them into your life. A better you starts with a better mind.
 
This bi-weekly podcast from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance shares powerful stories of local renewable energy, from mayors discussing their city’s commitment to 100% renewable energy to tales of innovative community owned solar to questions about the the best rooftop solar policy. Join host John Farrell, the director of the Institute’s Energy Democracy Initiative, as he asks if the 100-year-old monopoly market structure for electricity delivery makes sense in an on-demand, distributed ...
 
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March Book club part two, Andrew and Gavin continue to discuss Industrial Society and Its Future by Theodore Kaczynski’s. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 291 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one book club to get you placed on a watch list in Canada. Recorded April 5, 2021. Andrew Gavin We’d lo…
 
One component of the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a $3.2 billion program designed to get families connected to available service that they otherwise might not be able to afford. The program provides a subsidy of up to $50/month (or $75 on tribal lands) for broadband service as well as …
 
One component of the recently passed Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a $3.2 billion program designed to get families connected to available service that they otherwise might not be able to afford. The program provides a subsidy of up to $50/month (or $75 on tribal lands) for broadband service as well as …
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Belle Ryder, Orono, Maine Assistant Manager and President of the nonprofit OTO Fiber Corporation. The towns of Orono and nearby Old Town began their search for better broadband more than 10 years ago, and have overcome an array of challenges in bringing a pilot project to justify future-proof connect…
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Belle Ryder, Orono, Maine Assistant Manager and President of the nonprofit OTO Fiber Corporation. The towns of Orono and nearby Old Town began their search for better broadband more than 10 years ago, and have overcome an array of challenges in bringing a pilot project to justify future-proof connect…
 
March Book club Andrew and Gavin discuss Industrial Society and Its Future by Theodore Kaczynski’s. The longest discussion on the shortest work for book club yet. Next week we’ll cover the second half of the essay. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 290 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one book c…
 
This week Darren from Thor Haven Farm joins us to talk about self-reliance, getting in to prepping, and growing your own food. Darren previously owned One Shot Tactical Supply, and recently moved to Quebec. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 289 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one live podcast i…
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher speaks with Julie Bushell, President of Paige Wireless and Co-chair of Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) Precision Ag Connectivity Task Force. Christopher and Julie talk about the importance of reliable, symmetrical wireless data connections so farmers can deploy devices on farms which communicate across…
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher speaks with Julie Bushell, President of Paige Wireless and Co-chair of Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) Precision Ag Connectivity Task Force. Christopher and Julie talk about the importance of reliable, symmetrical wireless data connections so farmers can deploy devices on farms which communicate across…
 
LSR Co-Director John Farrell speaks with John Romankiewicz, Senior Analyst for the Beyond Coal Campaign at Sierra Club. Their discussion focuses on a new report from the Sierra Club called The Dirty Truth About Utility Climate Pledges, which takes an in-depth look at electric utilities' public commitments to lower carbon emissions. … Read More…
 
Chest rigs for fun and profit. The panel talks LARPy tactical gear that may server some people in some situations. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 288 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one live podcast in Canada. Recorded March 15, 2021. Andrew Gavin Better Andrew Brian Ian We’d love to hear yo…
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Travis Carter (CEO, US Internet), Deb Socia (President/CEO, The Enterprise Center), and Brian Worthen (President, Visionary Communications and CEO, Mammoth Networks) to talk about overbuilding. The group discusses the importance of reclaiming the term as what it really is: plain old competition. They…
 
This week on the podcast, Christopher talks with Travis Carter (CEO, US Internet), Deb Socia (President/CEO, The Enterprise Center), and Brian Worthen (President, Visionary Communications and CEO, Mammoth Networks) to talk about overbuilding. The group discusses the importance of reclaiming the term as what it really is: plain old competition. They…
 
Adam Skelly of Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke comes on the show to share his experiences running a business through the pandemic, how the government is trying to squash his business, and his personal journey to freedom, liberty, and tasty meats. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 287 of Canadian Patriot …
 
This week on the podcast we’re joined by Berin Szoka, President of TechFreedom, to talk about the pressing broadband issues of today and tomorrow. Christopher and Berin share what they see as the biggest barriers to universal, high-quality Internet access today, including the jurisdictional issues facing communities large and small, as well as the …
 
This week on the podcast we’re joined by Berin Szoka, President of TechFreedom, to talk about the pressing broadband issues of today and tomorrow. Christopher and Berin share what they see as the biggest barriers to universal, high-quality Internet access today, including the jurisdictional issues facing communities large and small, as well as the …
 
Richard returns to update the panel on his Section 74 challenge. Gavin, Ian, Brian, Marty, and Andrew settle in to talk about Bill C-21 and are promptly derailed never to recover. Join us on inebriated firearms law ramblings. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 286 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number…
 
We don’t often get to spend a whole episode diving into the earliest work that communities do to set the foundation for progress in expanding high-quality broadband access down the road, but that’s what we’re talking about today. This week on the podcast Christopher is joined by Pierrette Renée Dagg, Director of Marketing and Communications for the…
 
We don’t often get to spend a whole episode diving into the earliest work that communities do to set the foundation for progress in expanding high-quality broadband access down the road, but that’s what we’re talking about today. This week on the podcast Christopher is joined by Pierrette Renée Dagg, Director of Marketing and Communications for the…
 
Where in OG Andrew can’t pronounce people’s names, fortunately Younger Andrew is close at hand to correct him. Join us as we discuss Ender’s Game, which could be subtitled a case study in leadership. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 285 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one live podcast in Canad…
 
For the twelfth episode of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re joined by North Carolina League of Municipalities Chief Legislative Council Erin Wynia to talk about Internet access in the state a full year into the COVID 19 pandemic, and the access gaps experienced in towns across the eastern part of the state. Erin shares with Chris…
 
For the twelfth episode of our bonus series, “Why NC Broadband Matters,” we’re joined by North Carolina League of Municipalities Chief Legislative Council Erin Wynia to talk about Internet access in the state a full year into the COVID 19 pandemic, and the access gaps experienced in towns across the eastern part of the state. Erin shares with Chris…
 
Gena McKinley of Austin, Texas, discusses the economic and environmental benefits of the city's Circular Economy Program — including highlights from a recent economic impact report that found it resulted in more than $1.1 billion in total economic activity and approximately 6,300 permanent jobs.… Read More…
 
Brian, Ian, Gavin, and Andrew are on the panel to discuss the pending legislation to buy back assault weapons, Judge rules Danforth shooting victims' families can sue gun maker, OPP seize large cache of illegal firearms, and proving there should be a wall around Toronto; a group of youths drive to small town Ontario to rob a bank. Intro Hello to al…
 
The conclusion of the RDOF auction was met with a good deal of drama and uncertainty, leaving many of us working after the fact to understand the policy and practical impacts of its outcomes. This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Jonathan Chambers, a partner at Conexon, a network solutions provider for electric cooperatives around the Uni…
 
The conclusion of the RDOF auction was met with a good deal of drama and uncertainty, leaving many of us working after the fact to understand the policy and practical impacts of its outcomes. This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Jonathan Chambers, a partner at Conexon, a network solutions provider for electric cooperatives around the Uni…
 
This week Andrew, Gavin, Brian, Dave, Ian, and Benny are on the panel until Ian gets a visit from black helicopters. Listener feedback, covid controversies, RCMP union opposes firearms buyback, and tow truck mafia wars. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 283 of Canadian Patriot Podcast. The number one l…
 
This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Anza Electric Cooperative General Manager Kevin Short, and Network Administrator Sean Trento. Anza Electric stretches across 550 square miles in Southern California between San Diego and Palm Springs, sandwiched between the Salton Sea and the San Jacinto Mountains. About 6 years ago they initiated a v…
 
This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Anza Electric Cooperative General Manager Kevin Short, and Network Administrator Sean Trento. Anza Electric stretches across 550 square miles in Southern California between San Diego and Palm Springs, sandwiched between the Salton Sea and the San Jacinto Mountains. About 6 years ago they initiated a v…
 
This week we have a special guest; Wade joins us to talk more about Section 74 reference hearings. Ed Burlew is now involved in a Section 74 appeal, and Wades group is trying to raise money for their court battles. We also talk about the defeat of C-238 and alleged criminals owning legal firearms. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcas…
 
This week on the podcast we’re catching up with what’s been happening in Le Sueur County (pop. 28,000) in southern Minnesota, and path they’re on to turn the region from one of the least connected in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes to one on track to becoming among the most connected in the next couple of years. To do so, Christopher talks with Barb…
 
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