This is all bad. Going to really hurt farmers and crop yields. Better plant a big garden,and stock up on everything you can. It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets better…

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“We are now speeding down the road of wasteful spending and debt, and unless we can escape we will be smashed in inflation.”—Herbert Hoover

This is financial tyranny.

The U.S. government—and that includes the current administration—is spending money it doesn’t have on programs it can’t afford, and “we the taxpayers” are the ones who must foot the bill for the government’s fiscal insanity.

We’ve been sold a bill of goods by politicians promising to pay down the national debt, jumpstart the economy, rebuild our infrastructure, secure our borders, ensure our security, and make us all healthy, wealthy and happy.

None of that has come to pass, and yet we’re still being loaded down with debt not of our own making.

Let’s talk numbers, shall we?

Thenational debt(the amount the federal government has borrowed over the years and must pay back) is$30 trillionand growing. That translates to…

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Food Storage/Prepping Basics

Posted: April 7, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Seems like a good time to revisit the topic.

Even mainstream media is predicting food shortages.Talk to your local farmers – they agree.

Most who read this site are already prepared to whatever extent they can be.

Anyone just starting out is going to need to invest some scarce $$$ real soon.

At first,it will just be some items out of stock,these things will return to store shelves before long. As things get worse – more items will be out of stock for longer periods of time,some will become unobtainium.

The most important thing during the beginning of food shortages is calorie intake. As time goes on,you have to also focus on nutrition. So – pay attention to what you have,plan nutritious meals.

Basics to stock up on include :

Rice,dried beans,pasta,canned veggies,canned tomato products, canned/jarred meats,canned soups/stews, Buy pepperoni and summer sausage – can be stored at room temp,as can Velveeta, etc – canned fruit,powdered potatoes, powdered milk,powdered eggs,salt,sugar,flour,yeast,baking powder,soup bases/boullion, cooking oil,lard/crisco,spices,condiments. Fill your freezer with meat,poultry,seafood as much as possible – instead of chicken nuggets and frozen pizzas.There are lots of online calculator sites to figure out how much of which food you need for X number of people for X length of time.

Water – unless you have a well, city water supplies may not work during an extended crises.

Store a LOT of bottled water, and invest in a good quality water purifier  – buy once – cry once,they ain’t cheap.

Grow your own veggies – even if you don’t have anywhere to plant a garden – you can grow a lot in  containers.

If you’re just starting out – I recommend buying bulk rice and pasta first,as these are still relatively inexpensive. Buy your canned goods a little at a time if $$ is tight. Just buy what you can afford every time you shop. Look for sales online,and local stores,use coupons. Buy things you normally eat. Learn to cook and bake as much as possible from scratch – after a reasonable initial investment – it’s cheaper than buying prepared, or canned/frozen.

Invest in a water bath and a pressure canner. Buy jars/ rings/lids. Supplement what you can grow with deals from local farmers/ farmers markets. Many grocery stores deeply discount produce nearing expiration dates – can it  and store it. The Ball Blue Book and the USDA are great sources for canning info.

Better to have food stored up before shortages get bad,than to try and buy scarce food with money that is becoming more worthless by the week. You’re still going to eat the food,even if by some miracle we avoid major long term shortages. I’d rather eat decent foods, even if it’s a lot of beans and rice and spaghetti – than have to choose from an ever dwindling and even more expensive variety of whatever is left in stores.

Maybe one of these days soon – I’ll get my shit together, and organize all the posts I wrote about this – and put links all in one place…

“I cannot emphasize too strongly the importance of a possible shortage of food. History is filled with examples of cultures that would endure most anything and still behave responsibly… but nothing causes greater, more unpredictable, or more violent behaviour in a people than a lack of food.”

The Ugly Truth About Prepping, by James Walton

Posted: April 3, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


Prepping is better than not prepping, but it’s not fail safe or perfect. From James Walton at

The fruits of prepping have gone mainstream. After the pandemic, the US toilet paper epidemic and the summer riots of 2020, it became clear the crazy preppers were not so crazy after all.

I talked to Business Insider and the New York Times who all wanted me to rub it in the face of the unprepared. Of course, I laughed at the idea.

As the world is navigating what could be the pretext for WWIII I find myself much less worried about the accolades of all that we preppers have achieved both for ourselves and for the nation at large. Instead, I am thinking about the ugly truths of prepping and what to expect next.

Let’s take a closer look at some of those ugly truths.

It Might All Be For Nothing

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You fool!

Posted: April 2, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Public Schools–“for the salvation of the state”

Posted: March 30, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


by Al Benson Jr.

Often public school officials brag loudly that “they do it all for he kids.” Some of them may honestly believe that. It’s what they have been taught to say and if they just say it long enough it becomes fact in their minds and they just parrot the line to (they hope) believing parents and they come off sounding like paragons of self-sacrificing virtue. If you have ever witnessed striking public school teachers in Chicago marching in the streets asking for more money just a few days before school starts in the Fall you know it’s a lot of horse puckey. If you have ever seen the wage scales of teachers in some cities you realize self-sacrifice has nothing whatever to do with it in many cases.

Samuel Blumenfeld, in his book “NEA–Trojan Horse in American Education” has lowered the boom on all this self-sacrifice twaddle…

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Prince Law Offices Blog

As many in the Firearms Community are aware, yesterday, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) issued a somewhat vague Open Letter to all Federal Firearm Licensees (FFLs), dated March 22, 2022, declaring that it considers some – without specification – forced reset triggers (FRTs) to be machineguns. (Who didn’t see this coming given their absurd position on bumpstocks?!?!)

The Open Letter declares

These particular FRTs are being marketed as replacement triggers for AR-type firearms. Unlike traditional triggers and binary triggers (sometimes referred to generally as “FRTs”), the subject FRTs do not require shooters to pull and then subsequently release the trigger to fire a second shot. Instead, these FRTs utilize the firing cycle to eliminate the need for the shooter to release the trigger before a second shot is fired. By contrast, some after-market triggers have similar components but also incorporate a disconnector or similar feature to…

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Senate President Wilton Simpson- Republican

Posted: March 20, 2022 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


If you live in Florida, you need to memorize that name. Florida now has a three day wait for the purchase of a rifle. If you are under 21, your rights to own a gun are denied. Your firearms may be taken without due process according to legislation written and passed by Lord Simpson. Simpson is now the heir apparent to the soon to be opened Agricultural Commissioner seat. In Florida this is a very powerful position and Floridians need to say no to the man who is fighting against their gun rights.

You can contact the Wilton Simpson campaign here:

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John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“The greatest tyrannies are always perpetrated in the name of the noblest causes.”—Thomas Paine

The government wants your money.

It will beg, steal or borrow if necessary, but it wants your money any way it can get it.

The government’s schemes to swindle, cheat, scam, and generally defraud taxpayers of their hard-earned dollars have run the gamut from wasteful pork barrel legislation, cronyism and graft to asset forfeiture, costly stimulus packages, and a national security complex that continues to undermine our freedoms while failing to making us any safer.

Americans have also been made to pay through the nose for the government’s endless wars, subsidization of foreign nations, military empire, welfare state, roads to nowhere, bloated workforce, secret agencies, fusion centers, private prisons, biometric databases, invasive technologies, arsenal of weapons, and every other budgetary line item that is contributing to the fast-growing wealth of the corporate elite at the expense…

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