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Battleline Podcast

Kris "Tanto" Paronto & Ian Scotto

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The switch is on! Battleline Podcast is your source for in-depth interviews and inspiration with the biggest names in the military and 2A communities. Hosted by Kris "Tanto" Paronto & Ian Scotto.
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Part of the Battleline Gaming Network. This time bringing you a series of short Warhammer 40k and Age of Sigmar podcasts following the tales of our group of hobbyists with nearly 100 years experience. It's HOBBY TIME!
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Reigniting Liberty

Tom & Deneen Borelli

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Tom Borelli is a PhD molecular biologist turned political activist, and a Newsmax contributor. Deneen Borelli is the author of “Blacklash,” and a Fox News contributor. They’re the Borellis, exposing government corruption, and championing freedom, giving you the truth in black and white. This is Reigniting Liberty.
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Lieutenant Colonel Isaac G. Lee had a 20-year military career, serving as a Marine Combat Aviator. His book "Hangar 4: A Combat Aviator's Memoir" is available now and contains stories that include incredible missions in Iraq & Afghanistan. Visit http://isaacglee.com and follow Isaac on X @IsaacGLee & on Instagram @IsaacGLeeWriter Follow us: http://…
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70-year-old transgender attorney Stephanie Mueller represented her client in a "busty display" earlier this month as The New York Post described it. Did she go too far? Read the full New York Post article here: https://nypost.com/2024/04/05/us-news/seattle-transgender-attorney-stephanie-mueller-seen-wearing-questionable-outfit-during-hearing-for-cl…
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On our first ever Battleline Podcast Annex episode, we dive into the recent controversy sorrounding Navy SEAL Tim Sheehy who is running for U.S. Senate in Montana. Sheehy's campaign ad claiming to have been shot in combat is coming under scrutiny, and we dissect it, rant, and opine. Read the full Washington Post article here: https://www.washington…
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American soldier P.O.W. Jessica Lynch was last on with us for Episode 226, but we wanted to have her back on to cover some other topics including late P.O.W. John McCain's strong opposition to enhanced interrogation while running for President, the Hamas hostage situation taking place in Israel, and controversies sorrounding Jessica's story after c…
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Scotland and England are at war again, with the important border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed under siege. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly discuss how the English were able to inflict a quick and devastating defeat on the Scots. You can support this podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Bruce "Doc" Norton is a Vietnam veteran who served as a medic in the 3rd Force Recon Company, 1st Force Recon Company, and with the Navy. He has written 15 books on the Marine Corps history, and he retired as an oral historian with the Corps. Most recently, he has co-authored a book and play titled "Voices From Vietnam." Follow us: http://instagram…
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Rob O'Neill is a combat veteran of SEAL Team 6/DEVGRU, the author of "The Operator," and is of course best known as the Bin Laden shooter of the historical UBL raid. Rob discusses his history, what he's up to on his current podcast, and even responds to our comments made about him following his arrest in Texas. This is a discussion you do not want …
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Jason Lyons served as a CIA Intelligence Officer and as a Marine. He was on Battleline back on Episode 45 under his alias James Powell, but he is now cleared to use his real name. Jason was with the Marines for 10 years before becoming an Intelligence Officer. His focus in the CIA was on full spectrum intelligence operations related to the Middle E…
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Ian Halperin is a New York Times best-selling author, investigative journalist, media personality, and filmmaker. Ian has written many books that have made major headlines in the celebrity gossip world including "Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson," "Who Killed Kurt Cobain?," and "Kardashian Dynasty: The Controversial Rise of America's Ro…
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A rather unassuming spot in Greece has seen dozens of battles throughout history. On this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries are joined by Myke Cole to talk about the book The Killing Ground: A Biography of Thermopylae, written by Michael and Myke. You can support this podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/med…
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You likely know Evan Seinfeld from a lot of different ventures. He is the frontman of Biohazard, he played Jaz Hoyt on the hit HBO show "Oz," was featured on VH1 Supergroup, and he was married to adult film star Tera Patrick who he worked with on camera. More than anything else right now though, he is passionate about mens health and has started a …
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As Pablo puts it, this episode is Tanto & Tanto Jr. That's right, our most anticipated guest, Pablo Shreiber, joins us in studio! Pablo is known to many of you for portraying Kris "Tanto" Paronto in the Michael Bay directed film 13 Hours. We were able to finally catch him in NYC while promoting his current project starring as Master Chief in the Ha…
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Fighter Pilot Jack Stewart is back again to talk his latest book, Outlaw. It is out today, go pick it up! Outlaw is the follow-up to Unknown Rider from the Battle Born Series. Jack is a fighter pilot, naval academy graduate, and TOPGUN graduate. He is a combat veteran with deployments being a part of Air Force Tactical Control and JSOC. We discuss …
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Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries answer listener questions about medieval military history. What do we mean when we talk about lines at a battle? Could those first into a battle survive? Are there campaigns that do not lead to battles or sieges? What was their favourite scene of medieval warfare from a film? You can support this podcast on Patr…
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Jessica Lynch is an Army veteran, best known as the P.O.W. held in Iraq in 2003. She was the first rescued American P.O.W. since WWII. We get into this amazing story with her in full detail. Learn more at http://POWJessicaLynch.com We also pay our respects to three great men who we lost this past week: Mojo Nixon, Bob Beckwith, and Toby Keith. RIP.…
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In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly take another look at this important battle from the Hundred Years' War. How do a visit to the battlefield and the writings of an Italian chronicler change their views on how Edward the Black Prince gained his victory? You can help support this podcast on Patreon - go to www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Jim DeFelice is the co-author of "American Sniper" and 15 other New York Times best-selling books including many military titles. In honor of Chris Kyle's passing this month on 2/2/13 we remember the decorated Navy SEAL. Also on this episode, Ian gives a recap of SHOT Show 2024, and a particular attendee he wishes that people would stop giving thei…
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We are in Las Vegas for SHOT Show 2024! Ian is joined by Sean Kirk and Phil Otto from Photonis Defense, as well as Dale Sizemore of Three Rangers. All good friends of the show. We take you inside the convention and much more. Be sure to check out Three Rangers whiskey at http://threerangers.com Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcast http…
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In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly look at how the imperial army of Frederick Barbarossa and a Milanese force suddenly encountered each other in northern Italy. How would this battle change the Holy Roman Empire's plans for Italian conquest? You can support this podcast on Patreon. Go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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We've had some incredible pilots on the show, and decided to give you some of the best combat and mission stories from these awesome individuals. Included on this episodes are excerpts from interviews with Amber Smith, Jack Stewart, Ashlee Leppert Olbricht, Ryan Fugit, and Brian Slade. Enjoy! Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcast http:/…
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Edsel Dope is the executive producer of Static-X and the founder of his own band Dope. He was last on with us for Episode 156, and it's great to have him back. Also joining us this time around is original Static-X member Tony Campos, who is also the current bassist for Fear Factory. The guys are about to embark on another leg of the Machine Killer …
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Nick Slatten is an Army Airborne veteran who is most widely known as one of the Blackwater contractors part of the Nisour Square incident of 2007. For his involvement, Nick was sentenced to life in prison. Prior to leaving office, President Trump pardoned Nick in December of 2020 along with the other contractors imprisoned. This is his story. Nick …
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We begin this episode covering the passing away of Kris's dad James Paronto. If you'd like to show your support, please make a donation to an organization he supported as an athlete and veteran advocate, Wounded Warrior Umpire Academy, in his name over at https://www.woundedwarriorua.org/ - KG "Tadpole" Spradley is our in-studio guest this episode …
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Thomas Alibrando is a law enforcement officer who has served in SWAT and as a sniper. He was also a security contractor for Blackwater which is his connection to Kris Paronto. Currently he is a firearms instructor with IWI (Israel Weapon Industries.) You can learn more about IWI Academy at http://iwiacademy.us and you can follow Thomas on Instagram…
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The most famous battle in Scottish history took place at Bannockburn in 1314. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries examine how Robert the Bruce, King of Scots, was able to defeat the English led by King Edward II. You can support this podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from us at Battleline Podcast. We have another great nearly 2 hour long interview for you this week. Curtis Albers served as an Army Ranger with 3rd Battallion. He is a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. He now lives in Germany with his wife and kids. Growing up as a foster child, Curtis suffered a great deal…
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Dan Gordon is best known as the screenwriter behind major films like "The Hurricane," "Wyatt Earp," and "Rambo: Last Blood." He has also served as a sniper and IDF Captain in Israel. Dan was last on with us for a short segment on Episode 209, but this time we get him on for nearly 2 hours of amazing content. His latest film is "Miracle in East Texa…
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In their eighth Q&A, Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries answer your questions, including who were the almost famous leaders of the Middle Ages, the importance of languages for medievalists, and their favourite battle sites. You can support this podcast on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Amber Smith served as an Army combat helicopter pilot flying the Kiowa Warrior in both Afghanistan & Iraq. She then went on to serve as a Senior Pentagon Official during the Trump Administration. She wrote the memoir "Danger Close" about her time in war, and is releasing another book early next year titled "Unfit to Fight: How Woke Policies are Des…
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Gregory Gadson is a combat veteran of the Gulf War, Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. He achieved the rank of Colonel during his long military career. Gadson is a double amputee, losing both of his legs as a result of a roadside bomb in Baghdad in 2007. You may have later seen him in the 2012 film "Battleship." He is the author of "Finding Waypoints: …
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Philip Augustus, King of France, faced off against an alliance that included the Holy Roman Emperor, the King of England, and the leading nobles of the Low Countries. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly discuss this important battle and how it changes Western Europe. You can support this podcast and Medievalists.net on Patreon - https…
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Jack Stewart is a fighter pilot, naval academy graduate, and TOPGUN graduate. He is a combat veteran with deployments being a part of Air Force Tactical Control and JSOC. He is currently an airline pilot and has made his debut as a thriller author with "Unknown Rider," the first of his Battle Born series which is available now! Pick it up, this int…
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Miles Lagoze is a retired Marine Corps combat cameraman, and the director of the documentary "Combat Obscura." He is a vocal critic of the U.S. military and U.S. foreign policy. His latest book which expands on his experience entitled "Whistles from the Graveyard" is out now. Follow us: http://instagram.com/battlelinepodcast http://twitter.com/batt…
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Jade Struck is a firearms competitor, influencer, and an instructor for her own company Struck Society. You may also know her as the model the Call of Duty character Iskra was based off of. She was last on with us for Episode 95, and it's great to have her back on a couple of years later. You can follow Jade on Instagram @JadeStruck and follow her …
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One of the epic clashes between England and France during the Hundred Years' War, Michael and Kelly discuss the Battle of Agincourt. It's perfect timing too, as Michael. Livingston has just released his new book: Agincourt: Battle of the Scarred King, from Osprey Publishing - https://www.ospreypublishing.com/uk/agincourt-9781472855206/ You can also…
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Yes, this episode title is a play on the "peace through superior firepower" saying. But there's actually some truth to the statement as you'll learn with America's enemies now able to utilize what was left behind in the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. Photonis Defense has been dedicated to making sure America keeps that advantage in creating a…
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In what could be considered the first battle of the Middle Ages, the Roman Emperor Valens goes to war against the Goths in southeastern Europe. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly talk about the battle and why the Romans suffered such a massive defeat. You can support this podcast and Medievalists.net on Patreon - go to https://www.pa…
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Jim Shockey is an avid hunter who has been seen on the Outdoor Channel & Sportsman Channel. He has hunted in six continents and 50 countries, and Outdoor Life Magazine has called him "the most accomplished big-game hunter of the modern era." Additionally he served later on in life with the Canadian Armed Forces in the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Gro…
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We are putting this episode up early for a very important reason. On this date, October 12th of 2000, was the bombing of the USS Cole. Kirk Lippold was the Commanding Naval Officer aboard the Cole, and he joins us for an in-depth look at what happened on that day. Kirk is also a public speaker with Keppler, the author of "Front Burner: Al Qaeda's A…
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Michael and Kelly are joined by Nicholas Morton, author of The Mongol Storm, to discuss how Chinggis Khan and the Mongols were able to use their military power to conquer large parts of the world in the 13th century. You can support this podcast and Medievalists.net on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
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Legendary frontman of Dokken, Don Dokken, joins the podcast to discuss his history in the music industry, what the future has in store for the band, along with his feelings on the state of America and the world at large. The next album from Dokken, "Heaven Comes Down," releases on October 27th and is now available for pre-order. They have several u…
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Anthony Bryant is best known as Hair Metal Guru on Youtube which you can find over at https://www.youtube.com/@HairMetalGuru419 talking all things 80s rock. Before starting a Youtube channel, Anthony served in the North Dakota Army National Guard for 22 years, retiring as a Captain. He was a combat medic in Iraq and also deployed to Kosovo. We talk…
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It is the seventh Q&A episode of Bow & Blade, with Michael and Kelly answering listener questions. Here they talk about the women defending castles, the Italian banks supporting Edward III, mustering troops from specific regions, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), and where were the windmills in the Middle Ages. You can help support this podca…
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Bobby Myers is a retired police officer with many years of experience in the Miami area which we get into during this podcast. After a near death experience saving a boy from drowning and retiring from the department, he started restoring headstones of military veterans as a form of therapy for post-traumatic stress. This is what started his social…
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Castile goes to war against Portugal, hoping to take over this kingdom. The English and the French even take sides in this conflict, which culminates at Aljubarrota. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly discuss the battle, where we have a lot of good sources and brilliant military tactics. If you like this podcast and Medievalists.net,…
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The Hundred Years' War goes to Gascony, as the English and French do battle at Castillon. In this episode of Bow & Blade, Michael and Kelly talk about why the English commander John Talbot made such a tragic mistake in attacking the French camp. If you like this podcast and want to support Medievalists.net, please do so at Patreon: https://www.patr…
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Back on with us from The Sawmill Traning Complex in South Carolina is Chris "Dutch" Moyer. Dutch was last on with us for Episode 129, and has had a decorated career as a JSOC operator, Army Ranger, and combat veteran. He is currently a shooting instructor and we get into a lot of the happenings sorrounding that for him this episode, along with some…
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