Wednesday, October 31, 2012


American Deer Hunters: An Effective Fighting Force?

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 55 minutes ago
The debate on whether all the deer hunters in this country would make an unbeatable guerrilla fighting force continues. If you're late to the party, as I am, here's a recap: The debate started with Oleg Volk's post, The Mis-Directed Fetish of Marksmanship in which he questions their ability to fight against a well trained regular fighting force and be effective. American Mercenary more »

Links for 2012-10-30 []

- Jim Rogers: Romney and Obama are both the same - Hurricane Sandy ~ All Hype and Distraction : Mike Rivero | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Hurricane Sandy ~ All Hype and Distraction : Mike Rivero - Jesse Ventura Latest Exclusive Interview | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Jesse Ventura Latest Exclusive Interview - Alex Jones ~ Halloween Zombie Attack | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Alex Jones ~ Halloween Zombie Attack - David Icke ~ The Shield of Smoke & Mirrors | Gerald Celente Trends Blog David Icke ~ The Shield of Smoke & Mirrors - David Icke ~ The Shiel... more »

Video: Dog Shot By Omaha Police Officer

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 10 hours ago
Here we go again. Whether it's tazing a 10 year old, or conducting illegal rectal exams, or killing an innocent person on a raid in the wrong house, it seems that the thing cops enjoy most is killing dogs. An Omaha police officer shot and killed a dog on a public sidewalk. The officer’s report claims the shooting was justified; however, the owners call the incident an execution of a more »

Magtech First Defense Justice - Ammo Review

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 12 hours ago
Okay this is my first ammo review with less than ideal conditions. Ammo was generously donated by Lucky Gunner. So I was asked to evaluate and report on the Magtech First Defense Justice round in .45acp. Bullets - 165 grain +P solid copper hollow point (SCHP) Tin-coated Casings - nickel-plated brass Primer - boxer Velocity (Muzzle): 1100 fps Velocity (50 Yards/Meters): 1030 fps more »

Intellectual Honesty

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 13 hours ago
Are you Intellectually Honest? If you spent 20 years in the congregation of Rev. Wright, would you disavow the man and his ideals when politically convenient? If you stood with a man who claims to be an honest and Godly man, yet you discover he is a liar, would you still stand with him? More: You discover that he is a liar for self-aggrandizement and egotistical reasons. Honesty is one of those core values that is not negotiable in my world. Of course there are a few caveats. Lying to protect an operation or an ally is justifiable. Fibbing to your wife about the skirt with t... more »

Justice Under Alfred

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 13 hours ago
Under the law of Alfred the Great, coiners who debased the currency were subject to having their hand nailed to their front door. Of course, that was way back then... ...way back when the rulers of the land recognized that to debase the currency was to, in effect, ...steal a man's labor, ...his irreplaceable time, and therefore... The theft of his very life. Yeah. That was way back then. We're much more civilized now. Right? more »

Vehicle Repairs (Pic Heavy)

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 18 hours ago
The other night, I went to change out spark plugs. The Ford Triton engine in my Expedition has a new style of spark plug, a two-piece plug that takes a nonstandard 9/16" socket. The problem with these is that they have a history of coming apart. Most shops I have contacted won't mess with these plugs under a "tune-up" deal- they break too often. So I had a choice- get the truck to a shop for repair at $80/hour, or buy the tool made specifically for this problem and do it myself. So I bought the tool, the Lisle (LIS65600) Broken Spark Plug Remover for Ford Triton 3 Valve Engines. ... more »

Cop Tazes 10-Year-Old Boy For Refusing To Clean Patrol Car

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 20 hours ago
Still think cops are there to serve in the interest of public safety? Yeah, was just one cop. Don't paint the entire profession with a broad brush based on a few bad apples you say. Well in case you haven't been paying attention lately, it seems that the bad apples out number the good ones these days. “Career day" at Tularosa New Mexico Intermediate School went terribly wrong more »

Elections to be postponed? Not so much...

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 20 hours ago
Politico floated a balloon today about postponing the elections. I suspect the balloon was designed to see who would balk. An ink pack squirted into the water to see where the dye ends up. Here in my neighborhood, we escaped with no damage, a few limbs down. In the greater DC area it is mostly power failures. New Jersey and New York were hit hardest. Pennsylvania is the only state with any electoral significance, and a delay only helps the Rs. So, ask yourself who would benefit from a delay at the national level if voting were suspended. Most of the country understands that b... more »

Slow-walking the truth.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Or the cover-up, take your pick. more »

Pilgrim's Pride: Guest Post

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
*The following was received in the comments on this post from Pilgrim's Pride.* *I feel it warrants a "guest post" all on its own. It is the most convincing argument I have heard thus far, or perhaps the most convincing presentation of an argument I have seen in various forms.* * It is worth more than a little consideration.* ******* This is what happens when a people are disorganized and "the right" is about as disorganized as possible. Strike that: we are thoroughly organized. Organized right out of mankind and into a well-oiled machine of Sheople and cogs. But I digress. The... more »

Race in the 2012 Campaign

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
*(Yes, I realize that, as a white man, speaking about race in the way I am here carries with it the risk of getting the label "Wacist" attached to me. I am fine with that, but as a rebuttal, I point to the plethora of mainstream media articles that are saying similar things, written by Blacks and Hispanics. It is a hypocritical and racist society that allows some races to speak about racial injustices, but not others. I refuse to be cowed by such a society's arbitrarily assigned, and therefore completely worthless, stigmas. Take that as you wish.)* Here is the most substantial ... more »

PJB is a Hope-and-Changer

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
And now Pat Buchanan is a hope-and-changer. I read that article as a critique of Obama, and a list of unrealistic expectations that PJB wishes Romney would live up to. With no evidence whatsoever that Romney is going to quit being a collectivist anytime soon, I find it very hard to share PJB's optimism. In fact, I do not believe optimism is the right word. I'd say its more like fantasy. * * *"Romney alone offers a possibility of hope and change." * In the end, Pat's closing statement comes across* *to me more as hope-against-hope, or hope-against-all-evidence* *more than it is ac... more »

Matt Bracken: Did Obama Withhold Cross-Border Authority?

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 1 day ago
Matt (via Facebook) gives his analysis on what happened that night on 9-11-12 in Benghazi and concludes it was a setup. Feel free to repost this everywhere under my name. My main "qualification" to speak to this issue was being a SEAL officer, and leading a 25-man navspecwar det to Beirut. Did Obama withhold Cross-Border Authority? Please help me. I am trying as hard as I can to get more »

Links for 2012-10-29 []

- The Invisible Machine ~ The Future Weapon of Mass Destruction | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The Invisible Machine ~ The Future Weapon of Mass Destruction - People Are Not Commodities | Gerald Celente Trends Blog People Are Not Commodities - Who Rules America? | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Who Rules America? - Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux - Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux - Our Enemy... more »

When a Man reveals who he is, believe him...

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 1 day ago
If you run a blog or comment frequently, your true nature will be revealed at some point. A lesson more Patriots need to learn *and apply* is that not everyone who calls himself a "Patriot" or "Liberty" advocate is to be counted as an ally and entrusted with your life. I'm not going to write a long essay on the topic. I already know the lesson. I know who I am. I know what I am and of what I am capable. I know what is beyond my reach. I know where I am going. When a man reveals his true self and I find it contrary to my ideals or goals I move on, and that man is no longer a... more »

Outdated Napoleonic Tactics? There Are Applications...

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
Example above of the refused flank, used on the offensive. Also known as the oblique order. There's a defensive application to refusing the flank as well, used when one is in danger of being flanked. Chamberlain used it on Little Round Top to defeat the utterly dehydrated and exhausted 15th and 47th Alabama regiments who charged up that hill umpteen times. I've ran up that hill in July in full wool uniform, carrying an 1863 combat load. It's *not* fun. Here is what he did. Look at the left flank of the blue (Federal) lines. That very last crooked line represents the 20th Main... more »

The Old Guard on Duty.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
*The Old Guard Tomb of The Unknowns, Arlington* more »

Praxis: Suspenders.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
*From a regular reader:* *About a year ago you ran a Praxis on military pants suspenders. In response I bought two pairs at $9 @ and used one pair at work. They were everything the praxis said, but recently one of the straps tore. I went looking for a more available substitute and found one, and it was cheaper. This may be useful for anyone unable to find the GI originals. Walmart carries suspenders under the George brand at $6.50 @. There are two styles, one where the crossover is sewn and another where it passes through a triangular buckle that permits you to adjust the location... more »

ALLARD: Obama knew about the attack, ignored three requests for help

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Cold political play could cost him the election. Ken Allard is nobody's fool. This Benghazi deal may finally be the thing that delegitimizes Obama permanently from the military. Not only that, but it has burned up Petraeus' over-blown reputation too. He should have known better than to have become Obama's toady.

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