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People have reached a breaking point. They are tired of paying ever-increasing taxes and getting very little in return. From Peter C. Earle at

The gilets jaunes (Yellow Jacket) anti-tax riots in France escalated over the past weekend, again citing the impact of higher taxes on fossil fuels –and high levels of taxation in general – on everyday life. French citizens, already subject to the highest taxes in the OECD, are being crushed by both new and systematically increasing taxes, and have taken to the streets by the hundreds of thousands in a “citizen’s revolution”. Recommendations to declare a state of emergency have for the time being been tabled.

With no sense of irony whatsoever, in a press conference on Saturday French President Emmanuel Macron stated: “I will never accept violence.”

Yet violence is the core component of his chosen vocation as a statesman.

Taxation poses as…

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Western Rifle Shooters Association

Depends on whose blood, nu?

Their blood, along with that of staff, supporters, media allies, and other minions?

Not so much.

That of ours?

All of it.

The Reds want all trad Americans disarmed, plundered, silenced, and ultimately, exterminated as the subhumans they believe us to be.


Stand ready to sweep the porches in your AO.


Final word here is from the Chairman:

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“A simple online search for the medicinal uses of honey yields dozens, if not hundreds, of hits, including all the health benefits of honey. It’s touted for helping with all manner of problems, from acne to weight loss. We’ll stick with what honey is most especially used for in a true medicinal sense. After all, our honey supply may be limited and taking a teaspoon every day for allergies or in the evening to sleep better will exhaust our stores quickly.

First off, studies have shown that honey is more effective at quieting a cough in children than any over-the-counter cough syrup. Parents also reported that their children slept better. However, honey should never, under any circumstance, be given to a child under 12 months of age. It should be noted that the FDA has recommended removing many children’s OTC cough syrups from the shelves because of adverse reactions. Fortunately, we have honey. Just a teaspoon or two is all that is needed. And it works for adults as well. Also, honey tea does a tremendous job soothing sore throats. Just remember, when making your tea, boil the water first, remove from heat, and then add the honey. Boiling honey will reduce or entirely negate many of its medicinal qualities.”

Read the rest @

AP should already be one of your daily reads anyhow.

You are taking advantage of all the free info they put out, and applying what you learn right?

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“This Christmas season finds us a rather bewildered human race. We have neither peace within nor peace without. Everywhere paralyzing fears harrow people by day and haunt them by night. Our world is sick with war; everywhere we turn we see its ominous possibilities. And yet, my friends, the Christmas hope for peace and goodwill toward all men can no longer be dismissed as a kind of pious dream of some utopian. If we don’t have goodwill toward men in this world, we will destroy ourselves by the misuse of our own instruments and our own power.”— Martin Luther King, Jr., “A Christmas Sermon on Peace”

To a nation of snowflakes, Christmas has become yet another trigger word.

The latest Christmas casualties in the campaign to create one large national safe space are none other than the beloved animated classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (denounced for promoting bullying and…

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Idaho County Pays $2.6M Re LEO Killing Of Jack Yantis

Posted: December 6, 2018 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Signals Intelligence and Radio Recon: Student Reviews

Posted: December 5, 2018 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


Over the last weekend we conducted my Signals Intelligence course, which is designed to be a ground level approach to practical monitoring and intelligence gathering but also recognizing the very real threat of unconventional electronic warfare. It’s very much the other side of the coin from what’s taught in the RTO Course. This class is designed around giving small groups the edge using simple, inexpensive and common off the shelf equipment. This is anything but a course on how to use a scanner or SDR; we go beyond simple operation and into taking your equipment beyond what you realized it could do.

I’ll let the students take over.

I recently attended the SIGINT Course presented by Brushbeater. I took this course since I am a Police Officer seeing the new potential threats involving large organized protests. These groups are using electronic technology in the form of easily obtained, off the…

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Be Like Mike. Just Do It.

Posted: December 3, 2018 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


I saw a comment, on my personal Facebook page, responding to one of my posts, about how the friend in question hoped to be “living like you do as soon as possible, probably in a couple of years.”

I’m not gonna lie, we have a pretty awesome life. I don’t have an electric bill, because I built our solar power system myself, from components. We don’t have a house payment, because we built our house by hand, as we went. I have a land payment, but we pay so much extra on it, that the 15 year note will be completely paid off in 6 years total. We don’t have much of a grocery bill, because we raise and/or hunt so much of our own food.

I get to shoot—and teach—weekly, because we have a core group of guys who show up every weekend for training. We have a core…

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Civil asset forfeiture easily ranks in the top 10 list of government scams, although there’s plenty of competition. From

We’ve discussed this on and off for several years now. Civil asset forfeiture is a legal process that allows the government to seize assets and cash from citizens without any due process or judicial oversight.

You don’t even have to be charged with a crime. You are assumed guilty unless you can somehow prove your innocence.

Of course, not everyone has this ability… if you aren’t local, state, or federal law enforcement, this is called stealing, and you go to prison.

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But the government is actually a bigger problem than common thieves.

A 2015 report showed that law enforcement used civil asset…

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