People who have never even been charged with a crime can have their life savings taken away. That’s civil asset forfeiture. 


“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.”—Hunter S. Thompson

“The burden of proof has been reversed.

No longer are we presumed innocent. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Rarely, are we even given the opportunity to do so.

Although the Constitution requires the government to provide solid proof of criminal activity before it can deprive a citizen of life or liberty, the government has turned that fundamental assurance of due process on its head.

Each and every one of us is now seen as a potential suspect, terrorist and lawbreaker in the eyes of the government.

Consider all the ways in which “we the people” are now treated as criminals, found guilty of violating the police state’s abundance of laws, and preemptively stripped of basic due process rights.

Red flag gun confiscation laws: Gun control legislation, especially in the form of red flag gun laws, allow the police to remove guns from people “suspected” of being threats. These laws, growing in popularity as a legislative means by which to seize guns from individuals viewed as a danger to themselves or others, will put a target on the back of every American whether or not they own a weapon.”


“Over the past few years, data brokers and federal military, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies have formed a vast, secretive partnership to surveil the movements of millions of people. Many of the mobile apps on our cell phones track our movements with great precision and frequency. Data brokers harvest our location data from the app developers, and then sell it to these agencies. Once in government hands, the data is used by the military to spy on people overseas, by ICE to monitor people in and around the U.S., and by criminal investigators like the FBI and Secret Service. This post will draw on recent research and reporting to explain how this surveillance partnership works, why is it alarming, and what can we do about it.”


According To Hoyt

*I will state my issue with this post upfront: The Writer In Black is right. In fact, he’s covered in reason, (as grandma would say.) I just don’t know that the Bidentia Junta is going to allow us to do it gradually or bring everything down with a roaring crash and make things very precarious indeed – SAH*

The Arrow Is Plugging The Wound by the Writer in Black

In other places I’ve made it pretty clear that I lean sharply libertarian and that the role of government should be sharply limited. “To preserve these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” That’s it. Going beyond what’s necessary to “secure these rights” is to go beyond “just powers.”

As I point out in earlier blog posts, a certain level of government actually helps to secure the basic rights of Life, Liberty…

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John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.” — Ayn Rand

What we do not need is yetanother pretext by which government officials can violate the Fourth Amendment at willunder the guise of public health and safety.

Indeed, at a time whenred flag gun laws(which authorize government officials to seize guns from individuals viewed as a danger to themselves or others) are gaining traction as a legislative means by which to allow police to remove guns from people suspected of being threats, it wouldn’t take much for police to be given the green light to enter a home without a warrant in order toseize lawfully-possessed…

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“Steel ‘body armor’, regardless of how much ‘anti-spall’ coating put on it, will always throw bullet fragments into the area surrounding the plate.”



Watt usage / Amp hour chart | Eatgrueldog

Posted: June 11, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


“No, this is not a conspiracy theory.

Psychological warfare, according to the Rand Corporation, “involves the planned use of propaganda and other psychological operations to influence the opinions, emotions, attitudes, and behavior of opposition groups.”

For years now, the government has been bombarding the citizenry with propaganda campaigns and psychological operations aimed at keeping us compliant, easily controlled and supportive of the police state’s various efforts abroad and domestically.

The government is so confident in its Orwellian powers of manipulation that it’s taken to bragging about them. Just recently, for example, the U.S. Army’s 4th Psychological Operations Group, the branch of the military responsible for psychological warfare, released a recruiting video that touts its efforts to pull the strings, turn everything they touch into a weapon, be everywhere, deceive, persuade, change, influence, and inspire.

This is the danger that lurks in plain sight.”


Less is More, Part 2: Feeding the Machine

Posted: June 4, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Badlands Fieldcraft

The first part of this series focused on some concepts to start thinking about as it pertains to maximizing ourselves and our gear. This post is going to be focusing on the human half of the equation again.

Even if we had an unlimited budget to buy the most hyper light equipment available, our bodies still have to be capable of carrying it. And while I have already emphasized a need for physical strength and endurance, we also need to be able to fuel our body optimally while in the field to get the best results. It’s kind of like putting racing tires on a hot rod, then fueling it with the cheapest low octane fuel you can find. Will it work? Maybe, but you’ll be getting far better results if you put the proper fuel into the engine, and that’s what this post is about.

A lot of the…

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