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Join me for conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world. I am not holding back any punches and I promise not to be politically correct. My only disclaimer: If you are offended by the truth - Please Go Away.

Join me for conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world. I am not holding back any punches and I promise not to be politically correct. My only disclaimer: If you are offended by the truth - Please Go Away.
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Join me for conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world. I am not holding back any punches and I promise not to be politically correct. My only disclaimer: If you are offended by the truth - Please Go Away.




#35 - Ben Greenfield - Anti-Aging and Biohacking

Ben and Ernest discuss anti-aging, nutrition, bio-hacking, health, performance longevity, supplements, food, cholesterol, heart disease, statins, eggs, blue zones, mitochondria function, centenarians, and much more. As founder and CEO of Kion, Ben Greenfield creates step-by-step solutions – from supplements and fitness gear, to coaching and consulting, to education and media – for the world’s hard-charging, high-achievers to live a truly limitless life with fully optimized minds, bodies and...


#34 - Emerson Update

This Episode Ernest Emerson discusses all the updates going on with Knives, Guitars, and life in general.


#33 - Steve Shackleford, Editor of BLADE Magazine

Steve Shackleford is the Editor for BLADE Magazine. Listen in as we discuss Steve's career, the last 45 years of BLADE Magazine history, as well as the movers and shakers in the cutlery industry. This is the podcast you don't want to miss! Instagram for BLADE Magazine @blade_magazine Facebook page for BLADE Magazine


#32 - Q&A with Ernest Emerson

In this podcast, Ernest Emerson answers questions from supporters and followers on various social media platforms. Recorded live on 10/18/18.


#31 - Rob Smith, Founder of Resco Instruments

Rob Smith is the founder of Resco Instruments, an American Watch Brand. Resco was not conceived overnight but rather over many years of careful planning and consideration. As a matter of fact, R.E. dreamed of building a watch company many years ago but due to the dynamic nature of his "Day Job" things had to be put on hold. During this time, designs were refined and plans were laid just waiting for the right time to be set into motion. In 2009, the time was right. Founded in 2009, Resco...


#30 - Jim Harold from The Paranormal Podcast

Having begun podcasting on the paranormal in 2005, Jim Harold is among a handful of pioneers of the medium. His programs have stood the test of time and The Paranormal Podcast and Campfire remain among the most popular in the genre. Jim has developed a loyal following that spans the globe. In addition to his free podcasts at, Jim also hosts a series of premium podcasts on the supernatural and related subjects at As a result, he has also become a published...


#29 - Leif Babin

Leif Babin is a former U.S. Navy SEAL officer, co-author of #1 New York Times bestseller Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win, and co-founder of Echelon Front, where he serves as President/Chief Operating Officer, leadership instructor, speaker, and strategic adviser. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Leif served thirteen years in the Navy, including nine in the SEAL Teams. As a SEAL platoon commander in SEAL Team Three’s Task Unit Bruiser, he planned and led major combat...


#28 - Mark Walters from Armed American Radio

Mark Walters - Nationally Syndicated Host, Author, Magazine Columnist, Activist, Speaker Ernest and Mark Discuss: Gun Self Defense Politics The Media Culture War Forced Confiscation Truthocrat Bump-stocks The Constitution Right to Keep and Bear Arms Glocks Silent Majority Sigs More about Mark and Armed American Radio can be found at Twitter - Facebook - Books Lessons...


#26 - "Rip Monroe" - Professional Bodyguard

Man of Mystery. Bodyguard to some of the most well known celebrities and VIP's in the world. Ernest and Rip discuss what it takes to become a bodyguard as well as some war stories. RIP Monroe can be reached at


#25 - Glen Doyle - Irish Shillelagh (Stick) Fighting

Born on the island of Newfoundland in 1965, Glen Doyle started training in the art of boxing in 1969 under the tutelage of his father, Greg Doyle. In 1972, Greg introduced Glen to a family legacy, an old and almost forgotten tradition; the art of Irish Stick Fighting. Keeping in line with the authenticity, the style was passed on clandestinely throughout Glen's life and was the mainstay in the relationship between him and his father...... Join us for a conversation about Irish Stick...


#24 - Dr. Patrick Fowler-Reida

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Patrick Fowler-Reida. Chiropractic Sports Medicine Doctor to Elite Athletes, Celebrities and a Professor Royce Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt.


#23 - Tom McCreery

Thomas McCreery is the President of the DARPA Alumni Association as well as the Vice President of Innovation for Zeteo Tech, Inc.. Prior to joining Zeteo Tech Mr. McCreery was the innovation technology lead for the Advanced Missile Systems product line of Raytheon Missile Systems. Mr. McCreery was responsible for creating and leading technology programs ranging from novel structural materials to the use of directed energy to enhance the destruction of anthrax spores. Mr. McCreery served as a...


#22 - Randy Meistrell

Randy Meistrell is an interesting guest and has been a friend of mine for many years. As a waterman, he has played an important role in one of those major industries that I'm interested in as a hobby. Randy's father and uncle, Bob and Bill Meistrell founded the company Body Glove after WW2. Starting as a family business, you get the direction and values, the "founders influence" that instills the legacy of that company today. It's my pleasure to bring him on to today's podcast and I hope you...


#21 - John Clements

John Clements is a leading authority on historical fencing and the world’s foremost instructor of Medieval and Renaissance fighting methods. As a long-time Western martial artist who has been studying historical fencing since 1980, John is the most prolific writer on the subject of historical fencing. He has practiced European cut-and-thrust swordplay and for more than thirty years, taught in 17 countries, and researched arms and armor on four continents. He instructs both nationwide as well...


#20 - Bryan Black

Bryan founded ITS in 2009 with the help of brothers in the Naval Special Warfare Community. While never completing BUD/s and becoming a SEAL, he made it through the large hurdles of Hell Week and Pool Comp with Class 251. After being rolled post Pool Comp in 251, he sustained a service ending Draeger Dive Injury in 2nd Phase with Class 254. Throughout his time in the Navy and his love of gear and the outdoors, the idea for ITS was born. After leaving the service in ’05 and with the help of...


#19 - Tu Lam

Tu Lam is a modern day warrior, retired US Army Special Foces - Green Beret with 23 Years of Special Operations through 27 countries. Tu has 30+ years training in various martial arts from Kali to Jiu Jitsu. Presently Tu is the CEO of Ronin Tactics as well as Co-host of the History Channel's Forged in Fire: Knife or Death. This discussion includes: Unarmed and Dangerous You have far more to fear from a deadly man than a deadly weapon Al Qaeda in the Philippines How Martial Arts effects...


#18 - Evan Hafer

Evan Hafer started Black Rifle Coffee Company to provide a high-quality, roast-to-order, coffee to the pro-2A and veteran communities. Between deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, he worked to refine both coffee roasting and firearms skills. Evan has spent over a decade researching coffee and refining his roast profiles. Evan Hafer and Black Rifle Coffee Company take pride in the coffee they roast, the veterans they employ, and the causes they support. This episode...


#17 - "300"

"300" is a former commanding officer in the elite Counter-terrorism unit of the IDF & Israeli Border Police, with over 24 years of experience in defense and security consulting. This episode discusses: Bias for Normalcy Jerusalem Embassy Krav Maga Fauda Antifada Arab Spring and Arab Winter Bedouins "If you can't be safe, be deadly" You can find out more about "300" at: And on instagram @lotarcombat


#16 - Chris Caracci

Chris Caracci, an elite trainer and security consultant, got his start in the SEALs, where he was handpicked to join Team Six when it was first created. Post-Navy career Chris was able to combine his martial arts and SEAL training and hand it down to law enforcement. Today's discussion includes: Recognizing Pre-Attack Signals Going Into Harm's Way Mind/Body Relationship Fear Management Time Mental Conditioning Mental Awareness Punching at the Speed of Light?