Barb Allen is a keynote speaker, award-winning author, entrepreneur, and Gold Star Wife. The Flex Your Freedom Podcast shares engaging and inspiring conversations with celebrities, entrepreneurs, media personalities, personal friends, and other exceptional Americans to delve into their thoughts on freedom, the American Dream, and how to strengthen your faith, family, community, and country. Barb Allen is the co-founder of the Great American Syndicate.
Benghazi Was Just A Beginning with Kris Paronto
Benghazi, the best-selling book 13 Hours, and the blockbuster movie that followed were the beginning of a series of events that altered Kris Paronto's life completely. In this episode, Kris Paronto takes us on that path with him, from the seduction of the spotlight to the carnage it caused, and how he rebuilt after all of it.
Overcoming Adversity with former Prisoner of War, Jessica Lynch
Nineteen-year-old Private First class Lynch deployed to Iraq and was captured by enemy forces. Eleven of her friends died as a result of the incident that led to her capture, while others were captured with her. On April 1, 2003, Jessica's dramatic rescue became national news.
Faith and Freedom in American Families with Kirk Cameron
Kirk Cameron became a household name and a teenage crush across America, back in the days before social media and endless streaming platforms drowned us all with entertainment options. Today, Kirk is using the momentum and experience he gained from that time to fulfill his own calling.
From the Border Patrol, to Prison, then Pardoned by Trump
Gary Brugman faced an uphill climb on his path to rebuilding his life and it all started when President Trump pardoned him in 2020, which meant a long overdue fresh start.
From Reality TV to Rocking the Troops with Matthew JC
Like many Americans, Matthew JC felt a call to serve in some way after the 9/11 attacks. Matthew knew the men and women in our military would be answering the same call in their own way, with courage and sacrifice. While he didn't feel his best contribution would take shape in the form of military service, he instinctively understood that he could do his part in supporting our military by using his gift of music.
American Privilege with Alma Ohena-Apare
Alma Ohena-Apare was born and raised in Accra, the capital of Ghana. He remembers the stories his mom told of her year in New York, as an exchange student. He remembers how exciting life sounded there, and how crazy it seemed that people did things like add milk to soup. Those stories ignited a spark in the young boy. When his father returned from a business trip and shared stories of places like SeaWorld, that spark erupted into a burning desire to experience America, himself.
Honest and real conversations!
Barb is a terrific interviewer and the guests she has on the show are super interesting and inspiring. We live in the freest country on earth and her guests prove that each and every week. Solid listen…highly recommended!
Fantastic interview with Michelle! Keep up the great work Barbara. We need your voice out here!
The best pod you haven’t heard of (yet)
This podcast has been stacked with some amazing and BIG names guests even when it was American snippets. They do a great job allowing their guests to tell their stories in the framework of really why this country is worth fighting for. Great show every time and great content.