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Chaos is a certainty:

The lack of preparedness among city people is truly horrifying Sunday, March 18, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: Austin, chaos, city life, civil war, Collapse, disaster, lawlessness, preparedness, social chaos, survival     (Natural News) Most people who live in cities are stunningly unprepared for almost any kind of disruption, and the situation has grown far worse in recent years. Although I usually stay out of large cities, I just finished some travel that took me through several cities (and a few suburban areas, too), giving me a fresh new look at the situation. My conclusion? Red alert alarms are going off about the exploding problem of homelessness, lawlessness, gang activity, open drug use and what seems to be […]

cultural advice

1. Never shake a man’s hand sitting down. 2. Don’t enter a pool by the stairs. 3. The man at the BBQ Grill is the closest thing to a king. 4. In a negotiation, never make the first offer. 5. Request the late check-out. 6. When entrusted with a secret, keep it. 7. Hold your heroes to a higher standard. 8. Return a borrowed car with a full tank of gas. 9. Play with passion or not at all… 10. When shaking hands, grip firmly and look them in the eye. 11. Don’t let a wishbone grow where a backbone should be. 12. If you need music on the beach, you’re missing the point. 13. Carry two handkerchiefs. The one […]

The Woodpile Report

Blackstone wrote in the 1760s, “The right of self defense is the first law of nature: in most governments it has been the study of rulers to confine this right within the narrowest limits possible. Wherever standing armies are kept up, and the right of the people to keep and bear arms is, under any color or pretext whatsoever, prohibited, liberty, if not already annihilated, is on the brink of destruction”. The quote is from his Commentaries on the Laws of England, a primary source for our Constitution of 1789, and the Second Amendment in particular. Since the early twentieth century however, DC has imposed and narrowed limits on privately held arms with the consistency of a drumbeat. Several […]

rough week in the media world

. I am having a hard time watching the show this week. I don’t expect it to get better anytime soon. While there is ample evidence bringing the oaf-fishal Florida-school-shooting story into question, lamestream media is hammering it out at deafening volume. That is 100% predictable – completely expected – unsurprising, and in no way disappointing. Investigative journalism died with the consolidation of 128 independent media outlets into 6 Bilderberg-controlled media conglomerates. What IS disgusting me is the overwhelming acceptance of the poorly-assembled oaf-fishal story in social media. Ya’all get a half-point for resisting the anti-self-defense arguments. It is nice to see you folks bringing in Samuel Colt’s Great Equalizer arguments while the puddin-heads call for civil war of the […]

Florida school shooting

The school shooting has multiple agendas, but disarming the populace to make them defenseless against tyrannical government is the main goal. It is time to trot out our antidotes: history, logic and truth. Many of the investigative reporters and publications focus on the accused shooter, his mental instability, psychotropic drugs, that the FBI and local police knew him well as a powder keg awaiting ignition and so forth. I am convinced they are seeing what they are supposed to see, rather than what really happened. I am going to get to that with the video clip down a ways. First I have a couple other, more mainstream points to make. The clip linked to below is often billed as “The […]


The dang word is ubiquitous. I cannot seem to escape it. Even people who rail against The Deep State use this word as if it is some talisman against exactly what it created. That was a deliberate word-smithing change. Dang crafty of them, but we certainly should be smarter than to accept that little shill-sally. In a REPUBLIC, the rule of law protects the minority. In a democracy, the majority buys a bill of goods from the ruling elite, then accepts their subservience feeling they had a say in who would rule over them. The minority who understand this, who understand political philosophy, who understand history, who understand bullies, rulers, psychopaths and sociopaths can just go pound sand … or […]

tool tango

We are a couple months shy of five years since we started our move from our big subdivision home in Kuna, Idaho with my self-insulated, 5-car-garage shop to the Conner, Montana cabin. I spent the majority of that time estranged from my major tools. I had visitation rights, but the tools were not where I lived. I will never forget the gratitude I owe the great friend who housed them in a fully functional shop for me eight miles away. But, they were not where I lived. Today I am doing the happy dance around my tools. First things first, I fired up the mongo wood burner. Spotty insulation keeps my shop from getting real warm on cold days, but […]

no checkout shopping

The new Amazon store works a bit like one the hardware store in Wessington Springs, South Dakota that made an indellable impression on me in the late 1970s. My wife’s uncle had a typical 1-section Dakota farm – that is a 1 mile by 1 mile square of dry-farmed dirt in a brutal climate. We were visiting when I joined him to run errands in the nearest tiny town. We walked into THE hardware store, he exchanged hellos with the counter man, and we filled our arms with tools and gear. Then, without going anywhere near the counter, we walked out while Bob and the counter guy bid farewell. Huh??? Oh he knows exactly what I picked up. It will […]

elevating intellectual inferiors

Another Woodpile Report was published Tuesday. As usual, it is a good one… always worth reading top-to-bottom. I don’t know how to share his view of the crumbling university edifice other than reprint that whole section here. Increasingly, the best and brightest are shunning the vaunted college education that for nearly a century was purported to be “The Way To Get Ahead”. The only certainties in “secondary education” are huge expenditures of time and money – and in most cases a debt that holds the graduate in a very real modern slavery. While the upper tier jobs in parasitic bureaucratic organizations will require dumbed-down degrees, the real world of productivity and creativity will be looking elsewhere for talent. I will […]