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The Prepper's Workbook: Checklists, Worksheets, and Home Projects to Protect Your Family from Any DisasterSubmitted by Chris Souptonutski on Tue, 10/21/2014 - 16:06
By Scott B. Williams and Scott Finazzo (2 great Scotts imo)
The first section is a workbook with a cacophony of fill-in-the-blanks, food needs per family member/allergies, blood types etc, and lists of and information on basically everything you'd want recorded ahead of any general emergency scenario. Example - page 92 explains the differences between aspirin, acetaminphine and ibuprofen. Part 2 outlines specifics for 7 scenarios ranging from tornado and earthquake to riots and civil unrest.
The appendix lists websites and books by other authors on prepping, survival, wilderness cookbooks, other great sources of info online.
A great 'library return rack find', and especially to know that others in my neighborhood are planning ahead for will come what may.
avg. 4.7 out of 5 stars, 39 reviews, Free look inside on Amazon:
We are happy to report on our continued progress as people begin voting for their representative for Colorado's third congressional district! This week we had an ad in a publication based in the San Luis Valley, and I just returned from speaking to three classes of junior and senior students at Vail Christian High School - this is the greatest honor - reaching the next generation who will have many challenges, but also, many opportunities.
I love the South and the writings of Fred Reed.
"Although it wrenches my soul to confront it, there are reasons why the South has so often been wracked by racial rioting—by outpourings of the rage of the downtrodden against an unjust civilization. However much the states of the old Confederacy may seek to deny it, they cannot. People do not take to the streets, burn their homes and cities, unless pressed beyond forbearance by the cruelty of the oppressor’s iron fist.
By Sean Sullivan | October 24, 2014
The Washington Post
When Jesse Benton signed up to manage the reelection campaign of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), it was seen as a win-win. Good for McConnell, who needed help broadening his appeal in the tea party. Good for Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who needed a boost in the establishment.
Turns out it was good for Benton, too. At least, financially speaking.
A review of campaign finance records shows Benton made more than $500,000 working for McConnell from the beginning of 2013 through the end of last month. The former top Ron Paul and Rand Paul strategist made most of his money from McConnell's campaign. The rest came from work he did for McConnell's leadership PAC.
I am currently involved in a Civil suit with the Georgia Department of Revenue (DoR) where they have assessed and executed taxes and penalties to the tune of $84,000 on taxes that I paid more than 10 years ago.
The years assessed were 1997-2001, and 2003. 97-99 I lived and worked outside of Georgia. 2000, 2001, and 2003 I lived and worked in Georgia, but the companies that I worked for are out of business so I cannot get the returns for those years.
Preventing Taxpaying Milk Cows from Seeking Greener Pastures
The US government continues to tighten the noose on US taxpayers.
"Americans yearn for leadership and for strength," Senator Rand Paul planned to declare in a foreign policy speech Thursday evening, "but they don't yearn for war."
His remarks (quoted as prepared for delivery at New York City gathering of the Center for the National Interest), were seemingly pitched to Republican voters: the Kentucky Republican dubbed his approach "conservative realism," criticized President Obama and Hillary Clinton, and invoked Presidents Reagan and Eisenhower. But the substance of his speech seems likely to appeal to anyone who believes that U.S. foreign policy has gone astray since 9/11, due largely to imprudent interventions urged by George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton. Big parts of his message should appeal to constituencies as diverse as Code Pink and my Orange County-conservative grandparents. "After the tragedies of Iraq and Libya, Americans are right to expect more from their country when we go to war," Paul stated. "America shouldn't fight wars where the best outcome is stalemate. America shouldn't fight wars when there is no plan for victory."
Note, I am not endorsing what the NYT is saying. Just posting so we can see how the propaganda machine of the MSM is responding to "conspiracy theory" (which oftentimes, of course, turns out to be "conspiracy fact"):
THE spread of Ebola from western Africa to suburban Texas has brought with it another strain of contagion: conspiracy theories.
It is "considered legal" for the media to outright lie to people?
I know they claim it's in our best interest, but c'mon it's overtly dangerous and a direct insult to our intelligence.
I think most Americans still are unaware of this, and because of that, the topic warrants more attention and should be brought up more often for more people to know about and denounce.
Can someone supply the laws, codes or rational or what ever it is that supposedly makes crap like this legal?
Kurt Wallace: This is Kurt Wallace — and our guest today on Rare is Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian candidate for governor of Florida. And, Adrian Wyllie, thanks for being with us today on Rare.
Adrian Wyllie: My pleasure, Kurt. Good to be here.
Kurt Wallace: Let’s talk about the governor’s race. Your opponents are going at it pretty hard. We have the newest fiasco of “Fan-gate” at the debate that you were going to be in – and, then, you weren’t allowed to be in.
Jan boils Matthew Boyle, Breitbart Radio Host on ISIS. Part 1
Boyle tries to boil Jan (Part 2).
October 23, 2014 Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spent the early part of the 2014 midterms traveling the country endorsing conservative candidates in Republican primary races, hoping to leave her mark on the future of the GOP.