Back to Basics Show - Sustainable Living and Disaster Survival Expo in Dallas, Texas TX
Special Guest Speakers
Author of Bankruptcy of Our Nation, Jerry Robinson has been quoted by USA Today and other news agencies on the topic of the economy, and his columns have appeared regularly in numerous print and web publications, including WorldNetDaily, Townhall, and FinancialSense.
People say numbers don't lie. But many people also believe there are two sets of numbers kept by the people handling our money. Jerry will be discussing the "other" set of books... the ones that average people must live by. He will discuss what the real numbers mean and what you can do to ease the strain of what the numbers tell us is coming.
Speaking both days, with a Question & Answer time after each session!
Dr. Bones & Nurse Amy
Doom and Bloom is Dr. Bones, an M.D. and Nurse Amy, an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner. They're Preppers and Certified Master Gardeners bringing you traditional and alternative medical strategies for survival in times of trouble.
Nurse Amy is a certified nurse midwife as well, and an expert on herbal remedies and essential oils. Her tilapia pond is teeming with activity and new babies. She has also written articles on survival gardening and natural remedies for Survivalist and Backwoods Home Magazine.
Dr. Bones is a contributor to Survivalist Magazine, Backwoods Home, Self Reliance Illustrated, and Survival Quarterly, and has written a chapter on Basics of Medical Survival for Doctor Prepper's latest edition of "Making the Best of Basics: Family Preparedness Handbook." He is a member of Mensa and collects 19th century medical books to gain insight on off-grid medical strategies.
Jonathan Bartlett is the author of MicroSecession: Liberating Yourself, Your Family, and Your Community from Government Idiocy, a book filled with practical ideas for increasing your personal value and insulating yourself, your family, and your community from the negative fallout of government debt debacles and failing economic policies that hit too close to home.
Jonathan Bartlett is also a researcher, computer programmer, theologian, father, and husband. His previous book, Programming from the Ground Up, was used in Universities as diverse as Princeton, DeVry, and Oklahoma State in their computer science departments. He is currently the Director of Technology at New Medio, the director of The Blyth Institute, a tutor and a writer at Classical Conversations, a co-founder of Docvia.com, and the owner of Bartlett Publishing.