Discover American history, gun training tips, product reviews and interviews with great people on the responsible, family friendly, gun owners podcast hosted by Kenn Blanchard (since 2007).
The Last Episode
News about the new White House Initiative about Gun Violence
Legal terminology for the CCW folks
Thank you my friend for following listening and subscribing and support this podcast. This is the last one. I am signing off and shutting down some of the other things I have done on line. Please support www.crossbreedholsters.com You can find me at https://www.speaklifechurch.net My contact info is still email@example.com
I started a guitar repair company called https://guitarcare.co
I am working on starting as a musician. If you want to help me, here’s a link. https://gofund.me/6d493fdf
My wife’s story. https://kennblanchard.com/2023/08/27/37059/
Remembering Charlton Heston - Episode 710
A short story about I remembered today.
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Responsibility and Gun Ownership
Rev. Kenn Blanchard talks about personal responsibilty and gun ownership. Sponsored in part by Crossbreedholsters.com and friends at https://patreon.com/blackmanwithagun
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New Show Coming - Never Fry Bacon Naked: And other life lessons!
This week I want to honor a friend and announce a move.
Congratulations to Rick Ector on his recent appointment to the NRA Board of Directors. I personally know how much this means to him and know he will do the best he can as a representative of firearms trainers, counselors, and gun rights activist. The guy has been focused and determined to save the lives of people in his home state of Michigan, especially the cities and women. He has single handedly created a space for women of color to get exposed and familiar with firearms in an untraditional environment. As a gun rights activist, Rick is a force of nature. He could become a politician if he weren't so nice, respectable, and honest. He often credits me for getting him involved but Rick didn't need me, I just fed the spark he had and it turned into a blaze. He is proof that determination, and positive thinking can do great things. Having a positive attitude means you have an optimistic outlook. That guy has taken the Second Amendment and the gun rights community to the level it should be. He has optimism. He has hope. He believes that if he keeps chugging on things will work out well. Being voted on the board of director for the National Rifle Association is a bigger deal to Rick that the rich and famous peers with him. I am proud to call him a friend. Like he says, "True Story."
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Wanted: Gun Rights Activist
Social suicide and the Second Amendment
Gun Rights Activist Wanted Time for a change. New podcast coming called Doable!
The BMWAG is looking for experienced gun rights activists to join our team in advocating for the rights of gun owners.
We are looking for an individual with experience in grassroots campaigns, political organizing, and public outreach. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing strategies to expand our membership base and increase public awareness of our mission.
The ideal candidate should have a deep knowledge of the history and current debates surrounding gun rights, extensive experience in creating and managing successful advocacy campaigns, and excellent communication and public speaking skills.
The successful applicant will be a self-starter, highly organized, and able to work independently to achieve our organization’s goals. They will be expected to travel frequently and represent our organization at public events.
If you have a passion for gun rights and a track record of successful advocacy, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience.
The perfect candidate, is self motivated and financially sound. you have to operate as a non profit though you won’t get money by doing it that way. Must be able to debate an emotionally charged subject reasonably and calmly no matter what. You must be an ambassador, diplomacy a must. You represent the cause and not yourself.
Chopping it Up with Comedian Clay Miles
Conversation with a Comedian
As I contemplated my life this week, I ran into a comedian named Clay Miles. Although our conversation had nothing to do with guns and the Second Amendment it was good. I wanted to learn about him and comedy. I needed to laugh. Maybe you do too. I am pondering and thinking about what direction to take this show. I took a moment to record and share it with you. I have a few questions for you too. Help me out. firstname.lastname@example.org
A former law-enforcement professional, a marine vet, and a Charlton Heston fan? What more could you ask for.
Thank you BlackManWithAGun
I appreciate all your hard work. Also, thank you for your constructive and inspiring work.
Love all his podcast
I find this podcast because of I Indian Rider Radio. And had to sub to both of this podcast. He is a true man of God a true American and a true biker. We need more men like him