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The Great Show is boring me

The Greatest Show in several centuries, perhaps the most interesting ever for humanity and they stalled out on the election fraud act. I have seen enough. Jeeze, how long can you milk this one out for? Better question: What is sneaking up on us while the carnie-huckster has us watching this hand action? The Darkest Winter rapidly approaches. Major excitement is coming our way soon, yet they are playing this fraud shtick to death. I am grateful for the extra time. I keep thinking of more I could do and get while the getting is easy. However, this faithful news hound cannot find anything that qualifies as “news” in my regular sources of current information. I have stopped expecting […]

Tuesday’s blog post apparently hit a soft spot

My Tuesday post Converging disasters – 21 days from now must have been ON TARGET. The would-be rulers of the world voted it my most popular in a very long time. They attacked my website vigorously for the next two days… so far. Keep in mind that this site and I are tiny fly-specks attempting to expose the evil and inspire the good. I must have hit a home run for the activity generated trying to break in, and most likely break down my blog. You might want to take their advice, read that post, and follow the links. They don’t want you knowing something therein. My protective shell blocked 1,061 visits in two days! This is on a […]

attacks on Bitterroot Bugle continue

Early in August my little blog appeared on The Deep State radar. See August 9th post: I am over the target. They have been trying to interrupt my publication ever since. I grant they aren’t trying extremely hard or it would be gone, but look at this pattern that has been going on since then. Visitors are real people who come here to read and see what I have published. Visits are those plus maybe a second visit in a 24-hour period by humans, but these spiky mongo-numbers are AI (artificial intelligence) computers trying to brute-force their way in to, I don’t know, but likely take over and take it all down. I am no expert on websites, nor […]

my Brighteon video channel

Over four years ago 27 Internet Big Boys gathered in San Francisco to work out strategies to silence traditional and conservative voices. They support the radical globalist plan for the world, and in fact are primarily funded by the global banking cartels. They met several times since then and continue to ramp up their stifling of free speech. The mainstream media monopoly served their purposes for 75 years, but in an era where intelligent people walk away from that propaganda stream new tactics were needed. As much as possible they will shut down investigative reporting and honest news. The World Wide Web has both their voices and ours. Thinking people work their way through both to arrive at plausible understandings […]

I am over the target

World War Two bomber crews had a saying: You Get The Most Flak When You’re Over The Target. My website has suddenly been inundated with hacker hits from China and Israel … over 50,000 attempts to break in … undoubtedly with ill intent. Something, or some things I have published in the last week or so is very much on target. Look back and conjecture as to what that or those posts might be. I and my websites are just a fly-speck in the World Wide Web. If our enemies can put that kind of effort into this tiny annoyance, my little bits of truth telling, what do the big guys on our side have to defend against? Considering […]

coming attractions @ Bitterroot Bugle

The assaults on us, our liberties and somewhat free country are coming fast and furious. While methodical, deliberate and well-funded, they are difficult to combat at this pace. Those who would enslave the human population of Earth under their central control have accelerated and concentrated their efforts in the last year. I don’t know what the rush is, but there are many holes in their programs. That gives me hope they may fail. Good may survive. I intend over the next week to publish documentation and videos of the main assaults by category. Thus under each heading there will be introductory, overview and links to supporting evidence about their programs. I will cover the riots, masks, racism, community destruction, Corona […]

Bunkhouse flowers beginning to bloom

I wandered around our yard snapping photos of the various flowers blessing our yard. I share here for your visual pleasure. I admit that artfully cropped close-ups do give the impression we live in a super garden. The reality is not quite like that. Nevertheless, the world is a beautiful place and I truly appreciate that. […]

visualize liberty

Imagine what this country would look like if we had begun electing Libertarians 14 years ago. I gave Idaho my best shot, which may not have been all that much in the end, but Idahoans really did have a choice with serious beneficial potential that year. I tripped over this show recently, realizing that was a good debate and presentation of ideas that would have made very real differences. In 2006 I did some traveling around the state as the Libertarian candidate for Idaho governor, a relatively tiny bit of fund-raising, produced some campaign literature, and dressed myself for mass-market appeal. – He cleans up nicely – 😉 When the League of Women Voters announced the upcoming state-wide broadcast of […]

Neither surgical nor cotton masks effectively filter CoV-2

by American College of Physicians Both surgical and cotton masks were found to be ineffective for preventing the dissemination of SARS-CoV-2 from the coughs of patients with COVID-19. A study conducted at two hospitals in Seoul, South Korea, found that when COVID-19 patients coughed into either type of mask, droplets of virus were released to the environment and external mask surface. A brief research report is published in Annals of Internal Medicine.   During respiratory viral infection, face masks are thought to prevent transmission, leading health care experts to recommend their use during the COVID-19 pandemic. With a shortage of both N95 and surgical masks, which have been shown to prevent the spread of influenza virus, cotton masks have gained interest as a […]

I outran my supply train

In war college military leaders are taught that the leading elements must not outrun their supply train. The resultant troops without food and guns without ammo are doomed to failure. I am also reminded of a famous World War I lesson from Corporal, later Sergeant York: I teched off the sixth man first; then the fifth; then the fourth; and so on. That’s the way we shoot wild turkeys at home. You see we don’t want the front ones to know that we’re getting the back ones, and then they keep on coming until we get them all. Of course , I hadn’t time to think of that. I guess I jes naturally did it. I knowed, too, that if […]

The Bitterroot Bugle Story

I began blogging, that is self-publishing Idaholiberty.com on the Internet in 2007. At the time, I was chairman of the Idaho Libertarian Party, growing it to its largest membership in 35 years, eventually twice a candidate for Idaho governor – very active politically, culturally, and doing my best to share knowledge. “The Blogosphere” seemed like a great tool … still does. In 2013 I found myself no longer tethered to Idaho’s Treasure Valley. Montana’s Bitterroot Valley had caught my interest long before. In March I found a cabin in Conner that was to become our foothold in this area and by June we had completed the move. You can see in my series Post Card From Conner, it is […]

viral success

Two weeks ago I published the health ranger yanks me off the coronovirus fence, sharing an article, a couple videos as well as ten predictions by Mike Adams. Since the outset, I have exclaimed that the truth will be elusive, but the effects of Big Brother’s response will be massively disruptive. Some say much worse than anything the disease itself could do. A couple days later in A most convenient virus, I describe some of the handy effects of the responses to the virus – handy from the perspective of those who would rule the world, that is. Both of those posts withstood the test of time – in fact, search this site for the word “virus” and every article […]

this break is tough to maintain

I am having a hard time NOT going to my normal sources for news. I feel like I’m walking through a wilderness of lions, tigers and bears with my eyes closed and ear muffs on. Yeah, I’m edgy and working hard to resist Going There. The other side of the coin is that my own thinking is taking over. Stuff that has been suppressed is now bubbling to the surface. The READ –> RESPOND process has temporarily been suspended… replaced with THINKING… strange concept… I suppose we all ought to try if from time to time. I’m holding myself to a week off. I don’t know what happens after that. We will find out. […]

don’t bring me no bad news

My daughter’s 8th grade class put on the play WIZ. I loved it… likely helped that my little girl who had done so poorly academically shone in dedication to learn and perform two leading roles… doing a good job of building sets, costumes, memorizing lines, actions and tunes very well. A dramatic change inspired by performing arts. I was completely taken with their song “Don’t Give Me No Bad News”. Tear them up, Grammar Nazis That tune has come to my mind many times in the ensuing 20+ years. Click the PLAY arrow on the right for an audio-only version. You can listen to it while you read on. While not knowing what is going on, or what is […]