Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Corporatocracy, by Robert Gore

The interests of Washington and large corporations have merged so completely they are now inseparable. America’s large corporations and its government have merged. Or was it an acquisition? If the latter, who acquired whom? Unfortunately, the labels affixed to purely … Continue reading

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Building Community: Part II

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I had planned on this being Part I but felt Brandon’s Smith’s article set the framework for today’s conditions. This video is one year old. I will present a timeline of what was done over the course of the past … Continue reading

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The Bugout Bag Checklist

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I made a spreadsheet in order of the items in the video with two columns: one for me and one for my wife. David DeGerolamo Description Jacket tourniquet flashlight water filter with duct tape metal water bottle metal water cup … Continue reading

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The Appalachian Messenger – April 28, 2017

This week’s edition of the Appalachian Messenger has articles by: Robert Gore The Swarm David DeGerolamo Which Freedom Do You Want? Francis W. Porretto Wrongthink T. L. Davis Who Will Make The Call? Click here for the April 28, 2017 … Continue reading

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Building Community: Part 1

I suppose I wanted to believe that there was a chance of pulling the United States back together under a Trump administration. That spark never had a chance as both parties put personal power over the people. Whatever flashpoint ignites a … Continue reading

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The Media Blackout in Ukraine

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I don’t even know where to begin …

The paragraphs below are from an article that was allegedly  published by the Huffington Post and then withdrawn. I read discussion about the essay on ZeroHedge and followed the link to an archived copy from which the text below is … Continue reading

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We Were This Close

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Why Taxation is Slavery: Words From Frederick Douglass

Most people learned “No Taxation without Representation” while in grade school. At least I learned it in grade school. That was prior to the politically correct indoctrination imposed upon our children by the state. What we were not taught was the … Continue reading

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New Orleans: A People Without A Past Have No Future

Early this morning the local television station WRAL, Raleigh, NC, broadcast news that the first of “four Confederate monuments in New Orleans…honoring white supremacy” will come down today. The fate of these monuments has been debated now for a number of … Continue reading

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Dr. Forstchen Asks a Valid Question for Feminists

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My Viewpoint on Slavery

Concerning a post in which the author supported Sherman’s March to the Sea and wondered if I supported slavery: Slavery is evil. It does not matter if it is outright ownership of another human or a family trapped in a … Continue reading

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Armed Drones: pResident Obama’s Favorite Weapon

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Dr. Forstchen’s Views on North and South Korea

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WW III Has Already Started

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