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Howard Williams

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Biography:

For over 25 years Howard Williams was at some of the biggest natural disasters in the U.S. including Oakland/San Francisco Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina. He was one of the foremost catastrophe adjusters and his experiences covered: hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, snow/ice storms, etc. Before this career, Howard was a Colorado police officer and a suicide prevention counselor which paid off tremendously when he had to work with people in shock who had been in one of these catastrophes.

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Preparedness & Disasters

Former CBS TV and Newsweek reporter, Hugh Simpson, discussed the need for preparedness in both economic and natural disasters. Getting prepared can be a fun project rather than doom and gloom, he stressed.

First hour guest, writer Stephen Sindoni talked... More »

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Last Night

Kirkpatrick Sale argued that America has become too big and centralized. Nick Redfern offered an alternative explanation to the Roswell crash.

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