Category Archives: Blogs

“This Ain’t Hell But I Can See It From Here” blog

The site’s been having domain issues but Rurik sent me a link where you can find it now. The link has also been updated in my blogroll.

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Dealing With Loss

I’ve avoided writing this post. I knew it would be painful, but I’ve just now been able to formulate what I wanted to say. At least, sort of. I need to say just enough, but I can’t say too much. … Continue reading

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Europe is splitting the internet into three

It’s strange to think about now, but until the 1920s, you didn’t generally need a passport to travel. A smart CEO I know recently mentioned this to me in the context of what’s happening to the internet. The idea of … Continue reading

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Me and Ray are famous!!!

From Ann Barnhardt: This comment showed up under a syndication of my “Hard Truths About Civilian Combat Tactics” piece. It is worth a reprint here. (Language and content warning on the linked blog. It is for rough-and-ready types.) HERE -WiscoDave

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Here’s a pretty good site for you

The Millennium Report I’ve also got the link in my sidebar. -DC

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The Digital First Amendment Enforcement Act

Whereas the First Amendment guarantees the right to freedom of speech. Whereas the Internet has taken over from print and other traditional media in the distribution of speech, both on an individual, one-to-one basis and on a one-to-many basis. Whereas Internet distribution encompasses … Continue reading

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What Good Can A Handgun Do Against An Army?

Do you suppose this would look like great land armies getting into formation at the edges of great fields of battle and marching towards each other? What do you think such a messy civil war in America would look like? … Continue reading

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Yellow Vests and You – STM

The growing Yellow Vest (Gilets Jaunes) phenomenon in France is an important milestone in the evolution of resistance to the globalist self-selected elites. Unsurprisingly, the usual globalist suspects are using their power and influence to divert attention from this movement, … Continue reading

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Peter Grant lowers the prices on his sci-fi e-books

I’m trying a new approach to selling my books. At their former price level ($3.99 to $4.99 per book), sales had been slowing, largely due to the impact of the Kindle Unlimited subscription library on book sales (which has been … Continue reading

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Sarge from A Herd of Turtles has passed away -Eddie

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Thomas W(h)ispered

Found a new blog today with the help of the owner and I figured if you like mine, you’ll love this one. Right Wing politics, humor, gun posts, all that good stuff and it looks like he updates daily.  You can … Continue reading

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Ye Old 1911 blog

Pro-gun with Right Wing politics. Ye Old 1911

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A shout out for a good blog

I ran across a blog today on a tip from a reader I thought you might be interested in – good writing, easy to follow, kind of a dry sense of humor. It seems like I ran across it a … Continue reading

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A helping hand, please?

Hi Kenny, I know it’s a Saturday and that you take them off and don’t like to be bothered but this is a time sensitive need so I am sending this anyway. There is a hard luck guy on both … Continue reading

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Herschel’s vacation

All of my physical training only barely prepared me for the difficulty of the Weminuche Wilderness (pronounced with the “e” silent). It’s National Forest land, not National Park. The Department of Agriculture no longer prints maps of the area, so … Continue reading

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Fish Fry Friday

The week is nearing its’ end. Soon this place will be reclaimed by the rightful owner. But until then… As is our habit, we start once again with a quiet recitation of A. Shepard’s Prayer. Long days make for long … Continue reading

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Xin Loi and training

My good friend and Brother WiscoDave told me a few days ago that Herschel over at The Captain’s Journal had asked him to sub for a few days. He was kinda sorta nervous about it, but I told him he’d … Continue reading

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Rest in Peace, MamaLiberty

I’ve just heard from Bill St. Clair, who heard from one of her neighbors, that Susan Callaway, our MamaLiberty, has died. MORE -UncleZip

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Okay folks, Tuesday I was turned on to a Conservative news site that I’d never been to before and thought I’d share it with you. If you enjoy my news articles, you’re gonna flip when you see this site – … Continue reading

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An update from Ol’ Remus himself

Having missed posting yer ol’ Woodpile Report for the 10th, this issue, number 537, sort of covers it. Yeah, it’s not quite at the standard my beloved readers deserve, and some of the content is a bit dated. As an … Continue reading

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