Notes for Tuesday – December 13, 2016

After spending nine months on the run, former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was captured on December 13, 2003. During his 24 years in office, Saddam’s secret police, charged with protecting his power, terrorized the public, ignoring the human rights of the nation’s citizens. While many of his people faced poverty, … Continue reading

Trekking for Survival, by G.U.

I have to admit that I have watched one or more movies or movie shorts with an apocalyptic theme. Often the survivors (or survivor) are either walking or driving along a barren road, through a barren town, or through the country side. Sometimes, they will have some gear, maybe a … Continue reading

Letter Re: Hurricane Experience

Friends, After reading the contribution about hurricane preparedness, I would like to recommend the bathtub liners for water. We were without water for three or four days. We barely tapped one. I feel that we could have gone six weeks with what the two afforded us. I also keep one … Continue reading

News From The American Redoubt:

Eastern Washington lawmakers file bill to split state JWR’s Comment: This partition is long overdue. In the long term I believe that it is almost inevitable, given the deepening socio-political divide between the two Washingtons—east and west of the Cascades. o o o Extreme Wyoming cold frosts even Moscow Ballet … Continue reading

Hugh’s Quote of the Day:

“For libertarians, freedom entails the right of people to live their lives any way they choose, so long as their conduct is peaceful. For conservatives, freedom entails the right of government to do just about anything it wants, even if its conduct is violent.” – Jacob Hornberger