Buppert: The Enthusiastic Warbride


War is the health of the State.

And you are expendable.

This thing that you claim keeps you safe, keeps you free?

Here is what it delivers in lieu of safety and freedom:



Remember these spectral images as the Oligarchs drive the world towards the first global nuclear war.

Or do you think disruptions in Russian food supplies will be allowed to continue?


The Bible And Torture


A different take, courtesy of a reader.

Got courage?

Georgia Force On Force Winter Muster – 14 FEB 2015 – Red Top Mountain State Park

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Training in small unit communications, land navigation, and patrol methods. Event will culminate in an FTX that will utilize all of the skills covered in the instruction.

Where? Red Top Mountain State Park, Canton, Georgia

When? Saturday, February 14, 2015

Stand by for additional details to follow.

Pass the word.

Request In The Spirit Of The Seasons


Any last-minute shoppers planning to use Amazon:

Consider using Ms. Wolfe’s Amazon link.

It won’t cost you anything.

And it will help a freedom altekämpfer.

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More From The Washington State Front

Pictures and vid from last weekend’s resistance event:

“I Will Not Comply” May Bring Changes to I-594












Plus news of an upcoming follow-on event this summer.

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Great work.

Keep on swinging.

Audentes fortuna iuvat.

Chanukah Explained

In this video, Jim gives a short explanation of why Hanukkah is a story that every child should hear.

Automatic Target Designator



It’s called freedom.

Try it.

You’ll like it.

DanMorgan76: Choosing A Compass


More important info.

Getting to your destination.

And then returning via a different route.

You can’t fake it.

Are You Squared Away?


Sam K. asks some important questions.

Finals are coming up.

III to III: Support Oregon Freedom

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From over the transom:

Would you consider asking people (in the NW at least) to sign the petition below?

I appreciate that it’s an online petition. Yet, we worry not for lists.

And as to the efficacy of such petitions, what I know is that it was one of the tools we used in Ashland to defeat just such an attempt to ban Open Carry here.

We don’t get many wins like that, and I think it’s worth replicating.

While some are conspiring, there are many elected that are unfortunately plain ignorant and operating from a place and sense of genuinely yet completely misguided “service”. I know, I’ve met them.

Not that it should be a numbers game. If we accept that politics is a continuation of war by other means, when show up in numbers and clearly articulate our unwavering commitment… it makes those useful idiots in service wake up, open their eyes, and reconsider.

It’s one part of a more complicated strategy. but one we would be foolish to ignore. Added to that, it creates an opportunity to meet in the meat space, build tribe through fellowship, which surely is our number one priority. It’s easier to ruck with a buddy, or 5.

Here’s the petition. Stand with The People in Corvallis, Oregon:


Dead Elephants Are Dead


GOP Leaders Stomp GOP Voters on Amnesty

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

Quislings are worse than blood enemies.

And deserve a worse fate.

Sic semper tyrannis.

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This Is Life Under Totalitarianism – Vol. III


In what can only be explained as another sign of the approaching Apocalypse, USA Today has committed journalism not once, but twice in the past six months:

Obama issues ‘executive orders by another name’

Special report: America’s perpetual state(s) of emergency

And don’t bother with “GWB did it”.

I don’t care if G freaking Washington did it.

Lawlessness and executive fiat are marks of the tyrant, no matter what party button their dupes wear.

Just keep voting, folks.

Sic semper tyrannis.

Ya Think?


WaPo: Why The Message Of The “Hunger Games” Films Is Dangerous

Shout out to the MSM: Here’s what the nice people in FREEFOR have planned for collaborating scum and regime apparatchiks (after a fair trial, of course):


Others are not as nice:


Keep on doing what you do.

Consequences are a bitch.


Imports Are Good For America

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State Department: U.S. Plans To Lead in Resettling Syrian Refugees

WND coverage

Got jizya?

It’s An Officer Safety Christmas!


UK Guardian: Texas police officer uses stun gun on 76-year-old during routine traffic stop

UK Guardian: Video shows John Crawford’s girlfriend aggressively questioned after Ohio police shot him dead in Walmart

And the laaaaaand…of the…


[sfx: Crowd cheering, applause]


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Coming Attractions

wilderness simulation bleeding

Good news:


Given current trends, it seems things may become “sporty”, as CA puts it, in short order. I defer to you, the reader, as to your opinion as to when that may happen.

But let us ponder a thought experiment: if you knew, with confidence, that Ugliness was to occur within 5 years (or 10, or 1) what would you do to prepare?

Would you do things differently now?

How would you get the know-how?

What about logistics, etc if there was a firm deadline?

And especially, from whom would you obtain truly useful medical know-how, in a field where experience trumps education and degrees?

Various of the medically inclined readers (to include myself, Aesop, and Ivy Mike) are developing a series of medical prep posts. With profound apologies to Ms. Rowling, we rather jokingly refer to this effort as the “Hogwarts School of Grid-Down Medicine and Wizardry”. Our intent is to prepare you for the day in which modern Western medicine is unavailable. This may be due to lack of electricity, wilderness expeditions, adverse weather, zombies, or whatnot.

While we intend to capitalize on as much previously developed content as possible, we will not simply collect or regurgitate information. This is a School, after all. As far as possible, we will encourage doing.

Stay tuned…

Doc Grouch

DTG: Take Care of Your Rifle As If It Were Your Life – Because It Is!

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Any questions?


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Seasoned greetings.

And just keep on voting.

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Pre-Review: Robert Gore’s “The Golden Pinnacle”

Straight Line Logic‘s Robert Gore has published a novel of the Industrial Revolution.

Themes include freedom, creation, sound money, envy and greed disguised as compassion, and the relationship of men, ideas, and government.

This is a big book about Big Ideas.

Yet it reads quickly and very enjoyably – unlike That Woman’s works.

Family and work will likely keep me from finishing it prior to Christmas, which is why I am submitting this pre-review for your consideration.

Believe or not, there used to be a thing called a free market – or at the very least, a “freer market”.

Give The Golden Pinnacle as a gift this year to those who can learn from the past in creating a new future.

You really can’t know what you’ve lost until you know what you had.

Recommended +++.

From the Author

Growing up, I loved history, but not ancient and European history, which was mostly about rulers and royalty, their wars and depredations. American history fascinated me, especially the Revolutionary War and the Industrial Revolution. During the former America fought for liberty; during the latter we lived it.

The Industrial Revolution receives short shrift from historians and novelists alike. It is usually cast in a negative light and dismissed as a “Gilded Age,” not the Golden Age it was. The United States transformed itself from a nation of small farmers and merchants, in ruins and deeply divided after the Civil War, into an economic powerhouse in less than five decades. The world witnessed an explosion of innovation and enterprise not seen before or since. Virtually every good, service, and technology we have today had its roots in that period.

The age’s most compelling stories are of the entrepreneurs who built the nation, men and women who started with little or nothing and created empires. The hero of The Golden Pinnacle, Daniel Durand, fits the archetype, an orphan who does not even know his birthday or how he got his name, but makes his fortune on Wall Street. Unlike many of the era’s giants, Daniel recognizes the essential condition for his and America’s success―freedom―and fights for it.

So much of history is war and carnage, the shifting borders of empires, and a dreary succession of mediocrities, half-wits, neurotics, and violent sociopaths who have been mankind’s “rulers.” The periods when genius and productive ability have had the liberty to flourish have been blinks of an eye in historical time, but they account for most of our progress.

What does it say that so little is written about the Industrial Revolution, but there are thousands of books about America’s wars, battles, and soldiers? Every year countless biographies are published of presidents and other political figures, but almost none on the inventors and entrepreneurs who gave us–to name but a few–telephones, continent-spanning railroads, electric lights, automobiles, airplanes, skyscrapers, elevators, mechanized agriculture, and the cheap and the efficient production of steel and refined oil products. Think about what life would be like without their innovations. They have had far more effect on present, day-to-day American lives than the politicians or generals, but they are, for the most part, ignored.

The effort to ignore the most fruitful and productive period in American history stems in part from ideology. The freedom won in the Revolutionary War and expanded in the Civil War propelled this unprecedented revolution. It was the magnet for the millions of immigrants who streamed to our shores, knowing they would encounter prejudice and hardship, but also knowing they would have the opportunity to build better lives for themselves and their families. The gold standard, limited government, and low taxation were the guiding principles. Those are out of favor now, and there are many who would like them to remain that way.

You don’t know what you’ve lost if you don’t know what you had. If readers enjoy the saga of Daniel Durand and his family, and it revives interest in the Industrial Revolution, I will take a measure of satisfaction. If The Golden Pinnacle helps spark a debate, aiding and abetting the cause of restoring our lost liberty, it will have fulfilled my highest hopes for it.

Max V: New PT Training Plans


The ‘how?’ has been answered.

It’s up to you for the ‘will’.

Live hard.

Die free.

The Famine Stemming From The Upcoming Siege Of BOSWASH Should Handle This


No flags.

In the DPRM?


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Straight Line Logic: The Fed’s Secret Plan

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That will work.

Got tangibles?


Sultan Knish: Life In Post-Truth America

Clinton Pointing

Greenfield notes (correctly, IMHO) one of the key turning points in the destruction of FUSA.

Once the oath falls, so falls the rule of law.

Knew it then.

Have seen it prove true since l’affaire humidor.

All hail the First Cad and his Enabler!


Selco: Gun Control? No Thanks


What happens when the unthinkable becomes reality.

Got backup tools?

Day By Day


From Chris Muir.