Archive for December, 2012
I recently read this 2006 article from Mother Earth News: “The Best Guard Dog for Your Homestead.” The article discusses the innate talents of different dogs depending upon the duty that is desired from them. I recently installed a new home security system in the form of a large, purebred German Shepherd. Just out of [...]
Bone marrow is a very wonderful yet unappreciated food here in America. Mostly, Americans will say, “You eat what?” Less for them is not necessarily a bad thing – it means more for me, and at prices that are pretty economical. Bone marrow is popular in Filipino, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, and French cultures. I work with [...]
I’ve often linked Chris Masterjohn on this website over the years. Chris runs The Daily Lipid and Cholesterol and Health. This snippet is from the Cholesterol and Health website: According to Michael Brown and Joseph Goldstein, winners of the Nobel Prize in 1985 for their discovery of the receptor that brings cholesterol into cells, the [...]
Chicago, one of America’s most Nazified, anti-gun cities, has just recorded its 500th homicide. This is another banner year for Rahm Emanuel’s tightly controlled non-gun “paradise.” Breitbart recently reported that Chicago’s own stats show that 440 school age children were shot in 2012 in Chicago’s paradise. Breitbart’s Awr Hawkins writes: These numbers are well above those [...]
Put gun-free signs on your property. (Warning: this is not satire.) May I also suggest you put up signs that list the easy-to-take valuables within your home and their approximate street value? Locations of these items would be considered a bonus.
The author puts it nicely when he notes the problem is not a lack of food, it’s an excess of food. Going paleo is deciding what you shouldn’t be putting in your body. Here’s the article.
Joyce Lee Malcolm, author of Guns and Violence: The English Experience, was allowed to publish an article in the Wall Street Journal that is pro-gun (lite). Malcolm makes the case that gun control doesn’t put an end to violence and does not prevent massacres. Malcolm points to Great Britain and Australia, two countries where stricter [...]
Last week, a small shop in St. Paul received a visit from a banning bureaucrat after some nervous nellie saw the candy cigarettes being sold in the store and proceeded to contact the authorities. A city inspector showed up and ordered the items to be removed from the retail floor, and the shop owner was [...]
Here it is, for all of those adults who relish and glorify the cereal life. A gathering of greatness.
Well, one post office in particular. This letter is from a long-time reader and correspondent, Jean Carbonneau, from Maine. Over the past few years, I have sent Jean some of my CDs that represent the spirit of anti-government airwaves, as I wrote about here. He writes: This is my favorite time of the year, and [...]