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Cleared Hot

Andy Stumpf

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It is safe to say that I have wandered a bit. I served in the military, flew some jets, jumped out of most, climbed mountains (I jumped off of them too), taught fitness, owned a gym, and have spent the last few years speaking to organizations and leaders. It has been a journey, and in all honesty, I have no idea where it is going. I seek the things that make me uncomfortable. I move towards things that scare me. I think you should too
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Mike spent 18 years in the US Army and as a government contractor for OGA (Other Government Agency). He served as a SGM (Sergeant Major) in Special Forces and deployed multiple times to combat theaters. Mike is the founder of Fieldcraft Survival, and an expert in Counter-Terrorism, security, and crisis management operations. For the past two months…
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Dr. Anna-Marie Wysynski is at the leading edge of Anti-Aging Functional and Regenerative Medicine. As the first female physician in southern Ontario to become board-certified in this specialty, Dr. Wysynski, also known as Dr. Wizz, has made significant strides in advancing Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) as a viable and effective tr…
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Regularly scheduled Q and A for this Friday: 1. After three years together and a rocky but ultimately successful journey to engagement, a fiancé's struggle with alcoholism threatens to unravel their lives. Despite periods of sobriety and committed efforts to mend their bond, her relapse into drinking and dangerous behavior poses serious risks. Is i…
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Iain Byrson has been on a harrowing and deeply moving journey of resilience, faith, and unwavering love. Iain’s story begins in 2004 when he met his first wife, Agata Makowska. Their life took a tragic turn when their daughter, Adelle, exhibited signs of severe abuse after a visit to Poland. Despite Iain’s desperate efforts to protect his daughter …
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We are back again with a role reversal, turning the microphone towards the man usually behind the scenes – show producer, Michael Shelton. I never know where these conversations are going to lead, since I am turning the questions over to Michael, a man with an internet search history that has likely landed him on a variety of watchlists. There was …
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Trevor Milton is the founder and former CEO of the Nikola Corporation, a company attempting to transform the transportation industry through innovative electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles. Today's episode is the first time in four years that Trevor has publicly spoken about his journey, from the inception of Nikola Corporation to its meteoric ri…
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Three very diverse topics for today: The complexities of first-time gun ownership for an expat returning to the US and advice on how to make your home a harder target. The delicate balance of friendship and concern and the heartfelt worries of a listener regarding their friend's alcohol consumption, and how to navigate the fine line between support…
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Sam Mackey retired from the U.S. Navy with over 20 years of service in SEAL Teams, having served first as a Sniper at SEAL Team Eight before pivoting to SEAL Team Four. During his career he deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, Uganda, Cameroon, and more. He's NEARLY a record-holder, having taken a shot at the title (literally) with a particularly long-di…
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We are diving deep today into two complex listener-submitted questions that touch on some of life's most challenging and poignant moments. First, a dedicated father struggling with marital strife and seeking advice on how to make a smooth transition for his children amidst a looming divorce. His heartfelt story highlights the complexities of family…
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Tulsi Gabbard is an American politician, United States Army Reserve officer, and political commentator who served as the U.S. representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district from 2013 to 2021. Gabbard was the first Hindu member of Congress and also the first Samoan-American voting member of Congress. She was a candidate for the Democratic no…
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Back to our normally scheduled Friday Q and A: 1. TRT: Is It Right for You? – We hear from a seasoned prosecutor and martial artist who’s grappling with the pressures of life and considering testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). 2. Fixed Blade Knives for Law Enforcement – A police officer from Minnesota seeks advice on the controversial topic of …
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Lt. Gen. Donahue is the 39th Commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps and brings unparalleled experience from his extensive deployments and leadership roles, including his command of the 82nd Airborne Division and pivotal positions in NATO and Joint Special Operations. His journey from West Point graduate to overseeing operations across Afghanistan, I…
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Tim Kennedy is a US Army Green Berets and Special Forces sniper, former UFC fighter, and serial entrepreneur. Join us as we dive into Tim's philosophy on facing fear, embracing challenges, and the importance of preparedness in every aspect of life. Hear about his experiences in multiple combat deployments, his time as a professional MMA fighter, an…
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Nelson Grant is a Sheriff's Deputy and Search and Rescue Team member in the Flathead Valley. In addition to his current duties, he has previous experience on the SWAT Team and Narcotics Task Force. When not on duty Nelson enjoys partaking in just about every activity that Northwestern Montana has to offer. Bowhunting, rifle hunting, river raft guid…
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Today's first email is a raw and emotional account of a man's journey through separation from his wife, shedding light on the impact of secondary PTSD on relationships. His story is a cautionary tale, urging listeners to recognize the subtle yet profound effects their high-stress jobs can have on their loved ones. He shares his struggle with mental…
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Of all the episodes I have been able to record, these episodes with my father stand out as some of my favorites. I never thought I would be able to record conversations about our family history, values, beliefs, and what makes us who we are. I love that they will live forever, far beyond both of us, and can hopefully have great meaning to future ge…
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1. Dealing with Unimaginable Loss in the Military: One listener shares a harrowing week of personal loss within the Navy, grappling with the deaths of close friends and colleagues. How do you build healthy coping habits and offer advice on how to support one's command during such trying times. 2. Empathizing Through Shared Grief: A heartfelt questi…
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Jay Wadsworth is a 2nd-degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and retired pro/amateur MMA fighter, bringing over two decades of street cop experience and 14 years in SWAT. He's a certified SWAT Operator and Defensive Tactics Instructor with a robust background in developing and teaching advanced defensive tactics curricula. Adam Haidary is the fo…
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We are diving into listener-submitted questions that cover the gamut of life's toughest challenges: Question 1: Heartbreak and Healing We start with an emotionally charged question about dealing with the aftermath of a breakup after six years of a tumultuous relationship. How do you start the journey of self-improvement, setting boundaries, and fin…
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Josh grew up in Lincoln, Montana on the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness. At the age of 11 Josh’s baseball coach, Rick Dunkerley, began teaching him how to make knives. In the very beginning, Josh would go to Rick’s shop where he learned to remove stock blades under the guidance of Rick. About a year later, Josh began putting a shop together at …
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1. The complex aftermath of escaping an abusive relationship, highlighting the ongoing struggle with PTSD and trauma. How do you support loved ones through their healing journey and address the challenges of co-parenting with an ex-partner? 2. Tattoos and their significance within the SEAL community. 3. Advice to a young SEAL officer embarking on h…
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Jimmy Watson served 17 years on active duty, splitting time between the Marine Corps, Blackwater, and finally as a Navy SEAL. He completed 2 deployments as a Marine before transitioning to Blackwater and working his way to the role of Team Leader. While in this role the Nisour Square Massacre occurred, an event that would draw FBI attention later, …
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We are back again with a role reversal, turning the microphone towards the man usually behind the scenes – show producer, Michael Shelton. I never know where these conversations are going to lead, since I am turning the questions over to Michael, a man with an internet search history that has likely landed him on a variety of watchlists. There was …
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Don Edwards is a retired US Army Special Operations veteran with over two decades of service in the 75th Ranger Regiment and 20th Special Forces Group, including a combat jump into Operation Just Cause and combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan. We discuss the critical lessons learned during his deployments in high-stakes environments like …
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Today we are diving straight into the heart of current events, focusing on the ongoing protests at Columbia University. We are going to talk about the complexities of patriotism, personal purpose, and crisis response. 1. The emotional challenge of anti-American sentiment, seeking advice on how to engage constructively with divisive issues in a coun…
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Brian and Fred were members of the Canadian Armed Forces and both suffered profound impact from the COVID-19 vaccine mandates on their military careers and personal lives. Brian, an Iraq war veteran and former special forces assaulter hopeful, began having physical and medical complications after his second mandatory dosage, ultimately leading to t…
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Two questions today that explore both individual challenges and broader societal concerns. First, a listener from California shares his mental and physical health struggles, along with an intense desire to confront danger head-on, stemming from recent upticks in violence. Next, we hear from a newly appointed police officer grappling with the heartb…
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Barry Minkow starting ZZZZ Best Carpet Cleaning in his parent's garage at 16, quickly rising to fame as one of America's youngest self-made millionaires. But, beneath the success was a massive Ponzi scheme with links to the mob, leading to his conviction and first prison sentence. After serving time, he made a pivot to ministry and community servic…
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Clay Garcia is the founder of the Helping Heroes Foundation, an organization that stands as a beacon of support for those who've served, offering vital assistance to disabled veterans as they navigate life after service. Clay and John have teamed up to create an extraordinary opportunity to make a difference. The Helping Heroes Foundation is hostin…
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This should have posted Friday, but did not...Regularly scheduled programming this Friday, listener submitted Q and A: First, a question from a young Navy corpsman grappling with his identity and future as he transitions to a new duty station, seeking to redefine himself and find purpose. Then, a 26-year-old trucker and soon-to-be-married man share…
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James Arthur Ray, who at his pinnacle was celebrated as a self-help guru with a New York Times bestseller and Oprah's nod of approval. James' world came crashing down following a tragic incident in 2009, sending him to prison, and leaving him 20 million in debt, homelessness, and social exile. It was in this darkest hour that Bersabeh, a survivor o…
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Michael Montoya is a veteran with over 15 years of experience in military and security sectors, specializing in EOD/IEDD/CIED/HMA operations. Michael's extensive experience has seen him providing training and operational support across the globe, from the volatile terrains of Iraq and Kurdistan to the challenging environments of Africa and Pakistan…
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Strength, Struggle, and Service We are diving into resilience, dedication, and overcoming adversity today. All of the questions are listener-submitted, and I hope that the answers help in some way, both to the people who submitted, and those of us out there dealing with our own battles. From Trials to Triumph: A listener shares the riveting journey…
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Dustin Diefenderfer is the founder of MTNTOUGH.com. Born from a deep connection with the wilderness and a desire to merge physical fitness with the raw challenges of nature, Dustin shares his journey from the confines of Corporate America to the liberating peaks of Montana's rugged landscape. Dustin reveals how his college days, initially marked by…
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We are back again with a role reversal, turning the microphone towards the man usually behind the scenes – show producer, Michael Shelton. I never know where these conversations are going to lead, since I am turning the questions over to Michael, a man with an internet search history that has likely landed him on a variety of watchlists. There was …
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Ian Cockburn is a survivor of one of the most harrowing health scandals in UK history. At just six years old Ian was battling childhood Leukemia, and during one of his final treatments was infected with Hepatitis C through a contaminated blood transfusion—a fallout from the UK's importation of unscreened blood products over two decades. His medical…
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Before diving into listener questions, let's chat a bit about integrity and the value of taking responsibility for our actions. We all make mistakes, it is actually very easy to address them, which allows you to learn and grow. 1. The Digital Dilemma in Parenting: A listener raises an important issue often overlooked – the impact of social media an…
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Bert Sorin has had an incredible journey, from a young boy with a barbell in his hands to becoming a 4-time Division 1 All-American in Track and Field, an SEC Champion, and an Olympic trials athlete. His story doesn't end there; as the President and Co-Owner of Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Bert, together with his father Richard Sorin, has revolution…
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How do we protect our children from the dangers lurking online via smartphones? How do we need to adapt our parenting skills in a digital age? That's not all –What do we do when trust and intimacy in a marriage are shaken by the hidden use of pornography. What impact does pornography have on relationships, the importance of communication, and strat…
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Christopher Frueh, PhD., is a renowned clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii-Hilo. Chris brings over three decades of experience working intimately with military veterans and active-duty personnel. His pioneering research on "Operator Syndrome" is redefining our approach to the multifaceted health, psychologi…
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Today we are tackling some listener-submitted questions, shedding light on the seldom-discussed operational use of scuba gear in real-world missions, the intricate balance of combat training, and the innovative development side of the SEAL teams, and of course, some relationship advice. 1. A deep dive into the waters of SEAL operations, exploring t…
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Scott Tatum is a seasoned veteran in the fields of emergency medicine and tactical medical support. With over 35 years of experience, Scott's career has spanned the adrenaline-fueled roles of helicopter rescue work, street medic, and currently, the med team leader for a county sheriff's Bomb Squad and Tact Team, in addition to teaching tactics to a…
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We are diving deep into the heart of personal struggle, resilience, and the journey toward healing amidst life's most challenging moments. Part 1: A tale of betrayal and self-discovery unfolds as one listener shares the heart-wrenching journey of dealing with infidelity, emotional abuse, and the looming shadow of divorce. With young children and a …
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We are diving into the heart of Eurasian geopolitics with Curtis L. Fox, author of the groundbreaking book Hybrid Warfare: The Russian Approach to Strategic Competition and Conventional Military Conflict. Launching into a deep exploration of Russia's historical military strategies and its contemporary geopolitical maneuvers, Fox offers unparalleled…
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Food for thought, what does it take to change someone's mind? Why do we believe in the things that we do? Is it even possible to change someone's mind, or do they have to arrive at that point on their own? In the second half of the episode, I address two listener-submitted questions, both touching on the challenges of navigating relationships as li…
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Food for thought, what does it take to change someone's mind? Why do we believe in the things that we do? Is it even possible to change someone's mind, or do they have to arrive at that point on their own? In the second half of the episode, I address two listener-submitted questions, both touching on the challenges of navigating relationships as li…
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William (Will) Yeske, is an 11-year combat veteran and the author of Damn The Valley, a book detailing time in the Arghandab River Valley during the deployment of 2 Fury to Afghanistan in 2009–2010. Nick Armendariz is a former Infantryman and Squad Leader with over 7.5 years of service, now serving as the Veterans Programs Director at The Independe…
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Are we headed towards WW3? Is America about to crumble onto itself? Today, we are talking about an all too common narrative, that impending feeling that our world is teetering on the brink of chaos. With headlines screaming of global conflict and social upheaval, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and pessimistic about the future. But is this narrative …
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Stephen Turner's life story embodies the spirit of true entrepreneurship, adventure, and community engagement. Stephen founded, owns, and operates Brother’s Construction Inc. in Polson, Montana, and shares his insights into the world of entrepreneurship, and evolving business models as the world around us shifts, especially during the challenging t…
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