Ep.#193: James Pond returns to discuss his new mission with the Veteran’s Path organization to help our Vets transition back to civilian life and help eliminate the growing number of veteran suicides

  Friend of the show and popular guest, James Pond, returns for this special Veteran’s Day edition of the

Ep.#104: Voice For The Animal.org’s Melya Kaplan returns to discuss the business benefits of pets & real estate, why you should smash someone’s car window, what the circus & Sea World don’t want you to know, & increasing your child’s I.Q. via compassion

  Melya Kaplan (http://www.vftafoundation.org) founded Voice For The Animals in 1999. Melya was inspired to start Voice For The Animals after seeing many homeless cats and dogs wandering the streets of Venice when she first moved to the community. She quickly realized there was a dire need for a new type of animal protection organization. Melya returns […]

Ep.#93: Don Ryce shares how the Jimmy Ryce Foundation helps law enforcement protect children from sexual predators one bloodhound at a time

  Don Ryce (http://jimmyryce.org), the father of the late Jimmy Ryce and previous LLA podcast guest, Ted Ryce (Episode #70), is one of the three Directors on the

Ep.#70: Fit pro Ted Ryce shares the story of his brother’s murder, supporting the death penalty, misplaced compassion, capturing child predators, & finding the courage to move forward via fitness & more – 041414

  Ted Ryce (http://rycefitness.com) is an accomplished martial artist, a personal trainer, and host of the Alpha Fit Life podcast. Using exercise and nutrition principles he’s learned from extensive study, Ted transformed from a skinny 150lb fast food eating party guy to an athletic 205lbs muscular physique. Via his 14 years of experience, as well […]

Ep.#50: Melya Kaplan, the founder of Voice For The Animals based in L.A., stops by to talk taking on drugged out animal abusers, the LAPD, precursors to human violence, what you may not know about your neighbors’s pets & more – 020314

  Epiosode #50: Melya Kaplan (http://www.vftafoundation.org) founded Voice For The Animals in 1999. Melya was inspired to start Voice For The Animals after seeing many homeless cats and dogs wandering the streets of Venice when she first moved to the community. She quickly realized there was a dire need for a new type of animal […]