The features that separate normal, ordinary, rational folk from the particular subset of criminal offenders we refer to as Violent Criminal Actors (or VCAs) can often appear trivial, as they do in this case.
Teenagers in small-town environments, friends, and a mysterious disappearance combine here to yield a shocking outcome. As ever, seemingly inexplicable crimes with nebulous motives and incomprehensible levels of violence yield painful truth and insight, IF practitioners of self-protection can look past our inital horror at the circumstance and the shallow appeal of hand-wringing over the mistaken belief that “there’s no explaining the behavior of crazy people.”
William is one of the most thoughtful and articulate educators in the world of self-defense and his new series of contributions to this blog will be informative, enlightening and, I truly believe, compelling in regard to motivating people to be as prepared as possible to defend themselves and those they care about from violence. One of the most important lessons that William taught me many years ago was that you can’t worry about trying to make sense of why someone is trying to (or about to try to) hurt you… you just have to respond.
Third time is a charm, right? On this special edition of Training Talk, Grant will try to make up for past technical problems and FINALLY have a great discussion with PDN Contributor Alessandro Padovani about “advanced training” – what is is, and do you really need it? Join Grant at 6:pm Pacific/9:pm Eastern on Thursday,
No show tonight – technical difficulties! Don’t worry though, we’ll be back next week with a great show! Training Talk is the webcast that talks about you: about your life and how to protect it. Grant and his guests cover defensive shooting, unarmed self defense, home defense, situational awareness, training tips, and much more. No
Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! This week, Grant’s scheduled guest is PDN Contributor Julie Loeffler of Compass Defense Group. They’ll be looking into a topic that doesn’t get any attention in the self defense world: the rise in human trafficking here in
Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information! This week, Grant’s scheduled guest is Alessandro Padovani of Safer Faster Defense. He and Grant will be looking at “advanced training” — what is it, and do you really need it? It’s sure to be a fascinating
Preparation and willingness to ACT is the key to surviving an Active Shooter Event. Understanding how to apply the three simply steps of a run, hide, fight approach is the key. There are many examples of these tactics saving lives.