18 votes

A decent cop story.

I wanted to share this little incident with you guys.

One day After tuning my motorcycle up I jumped out on the highway and cranked it up.

I did a little weaving and a little speeding and after about four miles I saw in my mirror a cop right on my butt.

Scared the crap out of me because I had reached 110 mph about a min before I saw him. So I immediately pulled over. He approached me and I expected the worst of course. He layed Into me hard. Yelling at me, "Are you some kind of freekin' idiot man? I saw you about five miles back go on the exit and then swerve back into traffic, that is so dangerous and stupid. It's not even so much the speeding but the swerving in and out. This is obviously not the place for that."

Me nodding, "I know, I know."

16 votes

Tennessee Moves to Sue Obama Over Amnesty

Thank you Mae Beavers and Andy Holt

Michael Lofti

NASHVILLE, November 21, 2014– On Friday, in response to President Obama’s plan to take executive action on illegal immigration reform, two Tennessee legislators are filing a Joint Resolution requesting Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam (R) file a lawsuit against the Obama Administration on behalf of the state.

20 votes

Father of 5 defends family and kills felon during home invasion.

John McCormick was home with his wife and five children when the suspect, who was armed with a 9mm handgun and had his face covered with a bandanna, walked in through an unlocked door at about 9 a.m. The suspect then demanded cash and other valuables, according to reports


2 votes

LA Times: Aging Nuclear Arsenal Grows Ever More Costly

By Ralph Vartabedian, W.J. Hennigan
Nov. 8th, 2014

...When the U.S. stockpile reached its peak in 1967 with 31,255 warheads and bombs, it cost $7 billion annually in today's dollars to build and maintain nuclear weapons.

In that year, the government had seven reactors humming to make plutonium; it built submarine reactors, refined large quantities of plutonium and uranium and manufactured new weapons. Almost once a week, it set off a bomb underground in Nevada.

Today, it does none of those things, but simply maintains the existing 4,804 weapons at $1.3 billion more than in 1967. And the costs would be even higher if items such as submarine reactors, included in the 1967 budget, were added...


2 votes

You Have 30 Minutes to Explain to the Founding Forefathers what has become of America!

I find it very interesting that such like minded people have such a differing view of history. This is the very reason our nation is so easily divided and conquered as true history has been rejected in the place of self satisfaction to make history lean towards one own belief system. The original article is found here:

18 votes

Tennessee Woman Sentenced To Jail For Not Mowing Her Lawn

The trend of average U.S. citizens being incarcerated by overzealous judges and prosecutors within the police state formerly known as America continues with reckless abandon. In fact, these sorts of cases are becoming so commonplace I simply cannot keep up with all of them. The following story is a perfect followup to my piece earlier today, which shows how American public school students are being arrested or harassed by police for the most minor of infractions, such as wearing too much perfume, sharing a classmates’ chicken nuggets, throwing an eraser or chewing gum.

9 votes

John Brown, Stringbean and Estelle's murderer paroled

The man who killed Grand Ole Opry star David "Stringbean" Akeman and his wife in 1973 has been granted parole and will be released from prison.

John Brown shot Stringbean as he walked into cabin. He then chased Estelle across her front yard and shot her in the back of the head as she begged for mercy.

Read more.

The Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle


Stringbean - Pretty Little Widow

2 votes

Tn Rhinos Going Balls To The Wall To Keep Unconstitutional "Missouri Plan" for Justice Election

Long story short..

In Tennessee's state constitution, our judges are supposed to be elected by the people (Art. 6, Sect 3). This was codified after the civil war and left alone until...

The Progressives started lobbying to ram their Missouri Plan "merit selection" garbage down the throats of state governments in the late '30s. This is where a committee of experts tells us who to vote for and then we vote to "retain or replace" them with more of their lackeys. I have found that the American Jurisprudence Association spearheaded this campaign and it was founded in 1913 -the year of EVIL.

6 votes

It's time we chart a new course

I just watched a little "prepper" porn on Netflix - Doomday Preppers. So perhaps I'm a inspirationally high here. The episode chronicled an amazing man in his old age, who has spent 30 years on a shelter that could save 500 people during nuclear fallout.

Many see his work as a sacrifice. However his eyes say it has been the greatest blessing of his lifetime.

The Liberty community is great at spreading ideas amongst another and reaching new people.

0 votes

Why the presstitute msm fear mongering is SO absurd?

I can't stomach to watch the "news" on teevee for over about 10 minutes but I do like to switch it on for about that amount of time to get the "soundbite of the night" to see where they claim the latest boogie man is.

Something struck me as VERY stupid funny last night as all were going on about how Harvard students were dumb because they believed isis was created by the US gubbermint and how that gubbermint was more of a threat to world peace than isis.

If Harvard students are dumb what do these whores think of me? As if I care.

23 votes

Modern homesteader chose a national forest-didn't end well.

"A Monroe County man was building himself a log cabin and raising a garden on an isolated and beautiful plot of land in the mountains of East Tennessee.

Unfortunately, the land he chose was in the middle of the Cherokee National Forest, and now, that man faces time in federal prison."

Original article:


7 votes

The Ebola pandemic is UNLEASHED! Where will you go?

No where.

Just like me. We'll go home and see what comes for us.

Will it be the Ebola virus or just our friendly neighborhood swat-stika police and army. Both groups, it seems, mysteriously unaffected from the boogie-bola.

It will be special to see just who disasppears into their secure bunkers while yet another Georgia Guidestone moment is forced upon the people of the Earth.

I believe Mother Earth will protect us (most of us) from the Ebola.

Only we can protect ourselves from tyranny.


5 votes

We are different from you.

Join with us.

We know things you don't know. Be our partner.

We have ways of knowing things you don't have the capability to know.

Join the team.

We are the people over here, in the light. Different from you.

Look at our logo.

Things a corporation might say in a teevee commercial to lure you in.

Its easy to recognize corporate brainwashing on teevee if you mute the sound when the commercials come on.

13 votes

Ron Paul pushes Freedom and Liberty. MSM astounded!

Imagine that?

Ron Paul Thinks There Should Be More Secessionist Movements in the U.S.

As reported today, September 30, 2014 in the National Journal.

Secessionists across the world were inspired by Scotland's energetic attempt at independence from the United Kingdom earlier this month. Ron Paul, as it turns out, joined them.

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