Another Tuesday night and you know that means great guests on the Tami Jackson Show*!

In the first 1/2 hour I will be speaking with Retired Marine Officer Freddie Blish.

freddieblishusmcUSMC LtCol (Ret) Freddie Blish joined the Marine Corps on 25 Feb 1983.

Blish served in the 8th Engineer Support Battalion, Marine Corps Security Force Company Panama (Operation Promote Liberty), 1st Combat Engineer Battalion, 1st Marine Division (JTF-6 Counter Drug), Marine Forces Pacific/Korea/Central Command (Operation Desert Thunder), Headquarters Marine Corps, and MWSG-37 3rd MAW (Operation Iraqi Freedom I & II).

Freddie is the President/Owner of Robar Companies, Inc.® and instructor at Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper’s Gunsite Academy.

Freddie and I will talk about ROBAR Companies commemorative RC-50, which debuts on or about this Friday — Veteran’s Day!

Some info you’ll want to know:

The RC-50 features a precision CNC-machined customized bolt-action system of operation and feeds from a 5-round detachable magazine inserted into the underside of the receiver in the usual way. The gun weighs a hefty-yet-manageable 25lbs and sports an overall length of 36 inches with a barrel measuring some 29 inches long (a 24-inch barrel is also available).

Like others in its field the RC-50 is chambered to fire the massive and powerful .50 BMG which gives it good penetration against light armor and fortified structures. Such weapons are useful in disabling armored vehicles by targeting specific components in their design – sensors, track links, driver positions, etc….

Effective range of the RC-50 system reaches out to 2,000 meters and sighting is primarily through a 16X telescopic scope. The receiver is designed to accept a plethora of after-market scope types to suit mission and operator requirements.

All you firearms aficionados out there, get a front row seat and pay attention — this rifle is something special and will be a very, desirable addition to anyone’s long gun collection.


In the second 1/2 hour I will be talking to Raheel Raza.

Raheel Raza is a member of the Clarion Project Advisory Board. She is president of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, a founding member of The Muslim Reform Movement, author of the book Their Jihad – Not My Jihad, award winning journalist, public speaker, and advocate for human rights.

Raheel speaks at places of worship, the private sector, school boards and government institutions. She has been invited to the Parliaments of Sweden, UK, Israel and to Capitol Hill in Washington DC.

In her pursuit for human rights, Raheel is accredited with United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva through The Centre for Inquiry (CFI). She has received many awards for her work on women’s equality including the City of Toronto’s Constance Hamilton award.

Raheel is the voice of Clarion’s short film “By The Numbers” and stars in “Honor Diaries.”

Raheel and I will talk about her article, ISIS Halloween Terror – Ordered Last Thanksgiving?

As she writes at The Daily Caller:

Once again evil has struck New York City. ISIS terrorist Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov used a rented truck to run down and kill 8 innocent people and injure at least a dozen more. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims and those injured.

But we cannot say we did not see this coming.

Last year, ISIS urged its followers in the West to use rented trucks to murder innocent people in New York, singling out the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as an “an excellent target.”

Less than a year later, a terrorist rented a truck and murdered people in the name of ISIS, mere steps from the World Trade Center.

The terrorist shouted “Allahu Akbar,” announcing to all who would listen the reason for his cowardly terrorist attack. He did it in the name of Jihad. He did it in the name of ISIS. He did it in the name of my religion. He is a soldier in the ongoing “war on the West” declared by radical Islamists.

But he is not a “lone wolf,” as many in the media have described him. There is no such thing as a “lone wolf.” He did not sit alone in the woods and then – one day, out of the blue – come up with the idea of renting a truck and running down innocent people while shouting “Allahu Akbar.” That was an instruction given by ISIS last year.

You won’t want to miss this interesting conversation with Raheel — she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to radical Islamic Terrorism and we would do well to listen intently!

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