Category Archives: politics

The Malheur Wildlife Refuge Situation: The Revolution Conundrum, Part 1

Breaking Silence About the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Situation In my last post I wrote that I would forego posting my own insights regarding the situation at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge at Burns, Oregon. I didn’t want to prejudice anyone against … Continue reading

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In the Interest of a Free Press: Links to Articles and Video on the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Situation

Evidently, there is an effort to block alternative media coverage of the situation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, where a group has taken over a federal building as a protest over injustices perpetrated against ranching families. Pete Santilli is … Continue reading

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Telling On Themselves: Rural Cleansing in Idaho and Montana

I just love it when someone slips up, and tells us country folk what’s really being planned for us. Rural cleansing is the purposeful removal of rural citizens from the countryside and the relocation of rural populations into urban areas. … Continue reading

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DIY Tip for Millennials: Think for Yourself

Do-it-yourself is hotter than ever. The results of one poll show that the millennial generation is more willing than their parents to acquire new skills in order to be self-reliant and to save money. Pinterest is wildly popular, and splendiferous … Continue reading

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