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John Lennon

Though I was in the right place at the right time to watch it unfold, I missed much of The Beatles’ genius. Great gaggles of teenaged girls going goofy, screaming, I mean literally screaming at the very presence of The Beatles overshadowed their music. I wasn’t crazy enough to put them on a pedestal. As a musician since I was 8 and music lover even before then, I eventually came to realize the brilliance and talent that made their music historic. I was similarly ignorant of the evil in the swamp and the legitimacy of John Lennon’s anti-leviathan activism. In my defense, we did not have the Internet. The “news” sources we did have were complicent in the crimes […]

9-11 things I’ll not soon forget

I’ll start my list with the event name itself. It seemed like a stupid thing to call the package of things that happened that day, but all major media outlets and all leading politicians immediately started calling it “Nine Eleven”… kind-of like reading from a script. It would be a decade before I was far enough down the rabbit hole to realize how much the perpetrators love their numerology, and that the timing of the big show was particularly special to them. Speaking of reading from scripts, the BBC talking heads were in front of a live feed of WTC 7 burning when they announced the collapse of the building a long time ahead of its ultimate demolition. There […]

DEAR MR. SECURITY AGENT

WHEN IT COMES TO GUN CONFISCATION… Posted by Matt Bracken Dear Mr. Security Agent… Federal, state, or local. You, the man or woman with the badge, the sworn LEO or FLEA and those who inhabit the many law enforcement niches in between and on all sides. This essay is directed to you, because in the end, how this turmoil about gun control turns out will depend largely upon your decisions and actions over the coming months and years. Why is this essay titled Dear Mr. Security Agent, when it dwells mainly upon the media and coastal-dwelling urban liberals and their Utopian belief in the benefits of new gun control laws in the United States? Mr. Security Agent will protest […]

disarming us – the perpetual effort

Totalitarian governments cannot exist where the populace is well armed. Our right to life, liberty and property comes not from a constitution widely ignored by our governments, but by the threat of defensive violence they cannot ignore.  This contest between those who would rule and those who want to be left alone is perpetual. Getting soft in the head is the first step towards slavery. Don’t do it. There is an excellent article in American Partisan describing the latest disarmament scheme currently going by the moniker “Red Flag Laws”. That site, by the way, is on my regular news reading route. As you can see below, they do present some great articles. – Ted – Seeing “RED” Posted by […]

Ruby Ridge anniversary

Think you can move into the woods and just be left alone.  Randy Weaver and his family thought so. Gardening, canning … doing all the right homestead stuff, yet the JBTs wanted him to infiltrate a group they thought was dangerous. When he turned them down, they got even. – Ted – Siege at Ruby Ridge: The Forgotten History of the ATF Shootout That Started a Militia Movement You’re free to republish or share any of our articles (either in part or in full), which are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Our only requirement is that you give Ammo.com appropriate credit by linking to the original article. Spread the word; knowledge is power! The Siege at […]

Gun control … again.

I cannot share this good article without pointing out that the “mass shootings” inspiring the “gun control” conversation are almost ALL completely staged events with complicit politicians and presstitutes. I have gone to more than a little effort to document them. Scroll down The Bitterroot Bugle’s right hand column to “False Flags” and “Admitted False Flags”. I did not make this stuff up. The evidence is SOLID. However, PRETENDING that these shootings took place, the arguments fall apart ANYWAY. – Ted In Calls for More Gun Control, Facts Refute Media & Anti-Gunners Ammoland Inc.Posted on August 6, 2019 by Dave Workman Millions of law-abiding citizens own semi-auto rifles, and they harmed nobody over the past weekend. (Dave Workman photo) U.S.A. […]

Ranch For Kids In Montana Shut Down

  Ranch For Kids In Montana Shut Down, Students Taken Into State Custody I have two articles up at our national website which will be of interest to our readers here. (Links are below) In a remarkable display of authoritarianism and gov-force, a small school for special needs children has been invaded by Montana’s Department of Public Health and Human Services. The school was shut down and the children were taken into State custody. The State has charged the Ranch For Kids school with alleged “abuse”. The newspapers around Montana are trying to build public opinion to favor the government’s action on this before the facts can reach people.  TMM has an inside to this breaking story, and I’m asking […]

good Kiwis vs bad Kiwis

Whether it was a staged event rather than real has been debated on the Internet, but the Christchirch shooting event was all the excuse ruling elites needed to pass draconian gun bans and an incredibly expensive program they call “gun buyback”. As one commentator notes, the government never owned the affected guns, thus cannot buy them back. Worse than the semantic failure is the program’s realities. The politicians rushed their anti-gun legislation through in a few days – thereby avoiding organized resistance. It was unsurprisingly already written up when the ‘trigger event’ took place, though the legislators don’t mention that part. Millions of guns costing a thousand dollars each were instantly disallowed with gun owners offered $350 for each during […]

census cometh

This morning I found tracks from the US Census Bureau checking me out online. Here we go again. That Big Brother has my whole life on file already won’t stop them from DEMANDING I answer four pages of questions for the 2020 census. They remain ever hopeful of finding some juicy tidbit heretofore overlooked. I had to go back to IdahoLiberty.com to find the saga of my interactions with them last round. It might be coming up again for me … or thee. Prepare thyself. Below is a link to my original post, an exact copy of it, and at the bottom, a link to my follow up post. found my line By Ted, on September 21st, 2010 Many of […]

cannabis collection

I have bookmarked several articles related to cannabis and the shady legal misdeeds surrounding and nearby the topic. The politicians renamed it “marijuana” to enable criminalization of a product in widespread medicinal use… back in the bad-old-days when major media was the only media. The pressure is on as two-thirds of us want the bad laws repealed. You and I need to keep the pressure on. Step 1 is sharing information and knowledge. I do it here. You should be doing it somewhere – even just sharing links to this page is better than quietly waiting for common sense to infect the swamp. 5 Fascinating Facts About CBD You Need to Know CBD, a naturally-occurring compound, possesses tremendous therapeutic value […]

Dems Debut National Ammo Control Bill in Congress

03/14/19 6:00 AM | by Chris Eger A plan backed by anti-gun groups and Democrats on Capitol Hill would require background checks or gun permits for most ammo transfers. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) An effort to close what bill’s supporters term the “ammo loophole” would make mandatory background checks the nationwide norm for ammunition sales. Under measures proposed in the House by Florida’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Senate by Connecticut’s Richard Blumenthal, would-be ammunition buyers would have to be first vetted by the FBI’s National Instant Background Check System. The lawmakers, allied with national gun control groups, say the move to add controls to bullet sales would help save lives. Wasserman Schultz’s bill, entered Wednesday as HR 1705 with […]

constitutional sheriff

Elizabeth Hodge interviewed me when I was running for Ada County sheriff. I just tripped over it today. The interview explains the concept as well as I have seen it done. It is still valid, and incredibly valuable to those USofA counties who have elected constitutional sheriffs. Coming out of nowhere with no significant support, I shocked the 20-year incumbent by garnering 40,943 votes. The incumbent was startled. He had not been in any contest that close, and sure as heck didn’t expect it from my campaign. Unfortunately, it was only 26% of the votes. I suspect $10,000 in campaign finances could have won it for us. I’m happy nobody did that to me. I like where I am. […]

New Zealand fakeout

How do you know a staged event from a real one? When the perpetrators pull out all the stops to hide evidence of the event from the public. No further proof is needed, but tons of it is out there. Over the next couple of weeks the evidence from genuine investigative reporters and analysts will come out. Use your head. Much of what you hear, see and read will be fake. Trust is earned. So is distrust. A teenager faces 14 years in prison for re-posting the New Zealand mosque shooting The teen faces two charges: one of sharing the live-stream and a second for posting a photograph of one of the mosque’s attacked with the message “target acquired” along […]

you buy the product, or are the product

Modern robber barrons have something in common besides hyper wealth and power. I will highlight the key ingredient in the definition below. The Rise of Robber Barons As the United States transformed into an industrial society with little regulation of business, it was possible for small numbers of men to dominate crucial industries. Conditions which favored vast accumulations of wealth included the extensive natural resources being discovered as the country expanded, the enormous potential work force of immigrants arriving in the country, and the general acceleration of business in the years following the Civil War. Railroad builders in particular, needing political influence to build their railways, became adept at influencing politicians through the use of lobbyists, or in some cases, […]