Monthly Archives: December 2015

SLL: Thoughts For The New Year


We are winning.

Even in the ramp-up to the perilous future.

Keep going.

Happy New Year.

Race, Evolution, and Intelligence – Linda Gottfredson and Stefan Molyneux

A long view for the last day for 2015.

Facts matter.

To the extent of life and death.

(H/t HA)

Schindler: “We Suck At Everything”

A Kurdish fighter walks by a wall bearing a drawing of the flag of the Islamic State (IS) group in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, in the Nineveh Province, on November 13, 2015. Iraqi Kurdish leader Massud Barzani announced the "liberation" of Sinjar from the Islamic State group in an assault backed by US-led strikes that cut a key jihadist supply line with Syria. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED / AFP / SAFIN HAMED        (Photo credit should read SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images)

The Highs and Lows of U.S. National Security in 2015: A Year-End Review

Fear not:

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FM 3-05.301

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Essential reading.

In margin under Practical Resources.

Curtis Sends

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Via Twitter.



Fundamental transformation.

Not rich means must be more smart.



Z-man nails it:

…The problem for Conservative Inc is they conceded a critical principle a long time ago that puts them forever at odds with traditional American conservatism. That is, they surrendered on the fundamental right of association, which is the bedrock of American conservatism. Once the state can dictate to you with whom you can associate or disassociate, you are no longer a citizen. Every conceivable right depends on the ability to band together or walk away, as necessary…


Brushbeater: Recon Basics


How do you propose to get reliable info about the neighborhood on the other side of the interstate?

This stuff is not optional.

Your effectiveness is.

Ten Rules For Liberty Guerrillas

zoomie resist

The war has been going for some time now.

And the current battleground is for hearts and minds.

Frankly, if the Bad People were not doing such a fine job of defecating in their own mess kits, we in the freedom movement would be already cooked.

“Communicate” can be as simple as a post-it note.

Or posting these pix (h/t Buppert’s Twitter feed) and similar imagery in meatspace for public contemplation:









“Militiamen, ranchers in showdown for soul of Burns”


Be discerning.


And for heaven’s sake, study and attain competence in media/public relations.

The 5 function is much more important than many consider.

UPDATE 1925EDT 30DEC2015: Via email from Carol Bundy:

CALL TO ACTION: All able body men and women come to Burns, Oregon on or before January 2nd. Come prepared and be willing to stand.

Dear Friends,

An update on the Hammond’s and Harney County is well overdue. I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas. I personally enjoyed the sweet spirit of the Lord as I contemplated His birth and what it means to all of us. I love the Lord and know he lives and guides us each day, if we allow Him to.

As most of you are aware I have spent many days in Harney County working with the Hammond’s and the good people of that area. I have gained a great love for them and seen what good people they are. Over the past few decades they have been experiencing a great change in their livelihoods and community dynamics.

Once they were a highly productive people with the highest incomes in the State of Oregon, well above the national average, now they rival as the poorest county in the state. Their average income has dramatically dropped $22,000 under the national average.

Once ranching and logging thrived and produced many jobs and opportunities, these industries were spawning a hopping economy with everybody in the county being the beneficiaries. Harney County’s labor force is now at its lowest point since the 1960’s.

As Amy Hsuan from The Oregonian wrote: When times were good, logging trucks and recreational vehicles burned rubber down the pavement, now the roads are starved of vehicles. Shuttered businesses sit on their shoulders. There are no new jobs in sight. An old mill, formerly operated by Louisiana Pacific, sits idle under the weight of it’s collapsing roof. Next door, a giant shed once used by a mineral processor has sat rusting.

“People were leaving and they never came back,” says Art Ayre, a state employment economist. Young families with children are becoming a rarity in a county with few family-waged jobs. Commissioner Grasty keeps a database of kids who’ve graduated from Burns High School. Every now and again, he’ll send them a letter, asking when they will return. He has yet to get a response.

So what happened to Harney County? Since the first pioneers until the 1970’s, the Harney Basin was a high producing area with a robust economy. After gaining almost complete control of the ranches and land user the U.S. Government took on a new approach to land use. They expanded the no use areas putting most of the ranchers and loggers out of business. The ones they allowed to remain, they regulated them to the point that many closed their doors.

As the wonderful Suzie Hammond wrote in 1990, (an article to the people); The grief and heartache caused these families as they were forced out of business or forced to began to build a new operation, will never be fully known. She went on to write; the economic impact was significant, not only to the local communities but also to Harney County as a whole.

Simply put, the federal government has adversely stolen the lands and resources from the people, destroyed thousands of jobs, and the economy of an entire county. Now anyone who has enough guts to stand against them, they annihilate through their own court systems. The Hammonds are a tragic symptom of a gross violation. The U.S. Government has forced the people from their rights and then claimed the people right for their own benefit and power.

The ranching and logging industries were only a start, since then these modern day conqueror’s (federal agencies) have moved onto the housing, banking, auto, manufacturing, financial and the list goes on and on and on. I do not need to say much more, it is time to change the tide before the people become too weak to stand. We are presently at a dividing point in history and must choose how the future of our children and our children’s children will lay out. I and many that stand with me are asking that you come to Harney County, be prepared, and be willing to make a stand.

It is time!

Ammon Bundy

CALL TO ACTION: All able body men and women come to Burns, Oregon on or before January 2nd. Come prepared and be willing to stand.

California Starts No Notice Gun Confiscation On January 1


Not good.

Not good at all.

Buppert: Orc Nation

i work for you


Delivered kinetically.

The terrible part is that the entire institution could be privatized, with performance standards, accountability guarantees, and other rational safeguards.

Ask yourself why it is not.


More Filthy Rotten Lies From Those No-Good Russian SOBs

Via Curtis.

Watch it all.

Would these people lie to you, the American people?


A Review Of “Special Forces – Guerilla Warfare Manual”


NB not only the review but the resources cited therein.

They have the resources.

G’s gotta have the time.

I Thought Texas Was The Land Of Freedom

Authorities investigate a shooting in the parking lot of the Twin Peaks restaurant Sunday, May 17, 2015, in Waco, Texas. Authorities say that the shootout victims were members of rival biker gangs that had gathered for a meeting. (AP Photo/Jerry Larson)

Waco Blunders Through Its ‘Biker Shootout’ Investigation

Sure glad there’s no precedent for murderous government cover-ups in that part of the world.

MVT: Now Available!


Patriot Rising: The Unbroken.

Amazon; no Kindle at this time.

Get yours; I am.

First “Quote Of The Year” For 2016


“…My personal rules assume a continent-size penal colony with armed inmates, to wit: no public place is safe, but I especially avoid cities, airports, sports venues, malls, bad neighborhoods and bars. I’m not in public places much past dark. I avoid minorities. If there are two or more of them and one of me, I’m the minority in the only way that matters. I avoid mass transit and heavy traffic, rallies and demonstrations. In short, I stay away from crowds. I’ll not be missed. When a crowd is unavoidable, I part company as soon as I can. The declared purpose for a crowd is nonbinding, its conduct volatile and its fate my fate. There are no good crowds.

As the collapse deepens my rules will be amended until they can be amended no more. Everything, including universal entropy, argues for doing this. I would happily be wrong, but I see no compelling argument for doing otherwise….”

Ol’ Remus


From A Reader


Well said.


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Thanks to Doug Ross and team for the recognition in the Grassroots Blogger category.

But the real thanks go to every single reader, writer, commenter, link-passer, and patriot collaborator in the WRSA ecosystem.

Hat-tip to all y’all.

This Will Not End Well


Via Twitter.

Take 10% of those numbers, break that group into two-man teams, each with two AKs and two mags.

Now run the same numbers for the US.

Interesting times.