Latest Story

chicken strips

August 30, 2015
By
chicken strips

Motorcycle tire technology has come a long ways from those state-of-the-art Dunlop K81 tires I put on my cafe’ racer BSA 40 years ago. This is a good thing. The K81s had a distinctly wedge shape to the sides forming a very wide traction patch at what the engineers felt was the optimum cornering angle.…

Read more »

what do you owe?

August 27, 2015
By

Every political candidate on the field is completely out of touch with how screwed the US is economically. According to this source, total combined federal, state, and local revenues for 2015 are projected to equal $6 trillion. Dividing that by the approximately 320 million people…

Read more »

rhythm

August 22, 2015
By
rhythm

There! You can read music.

Read more »

economic headlines – the perfect storm

August 22, 2015
By
economic headlines – the perfect storm

Editor note: The headlines jumped out at me. There are always four headlines at King World News, but today all four were talking about a stock market crash happening now. I share some of each article here with links to the full article. This looks…

Read more »

Gullible Americans Forever

August 21, 2015
By
Gullible Americans Forever

— Paul Craig Roberts Gullible Americans Forever Paul Craig Roberts “Next the statesmen will invent cheap lies, putting the blame upon the nation that is attacked, and every man will be glad of those conscience-soothing falsities, and will diligently study them, and refuse to examine…

Read more »

investment diversity into food

August 14, 2015
By
investment diversity into food

Around the world, be it financial collapse, earthquake, tsunami, hurricane, civil unrest, blizzard, or a myriad other abnormalities people have found themselves facing empty store shelves. Talk to them about investment diversity when they cannot buy groceries at any price. You are likely to hear…

Read more »

WHY MUSIC? WHY BAND?

August 14, 2015
By
WHY MUSIC? WHY BAND?

 by Tim Lautzenheiser Below is a chapter written for the Teaching Music Through Performance in Band series by Tim Lautzenheiser, published by GIA Publications. While it is directed (specifically) to the band idiom, the essence of the message is applicable for ALL music/arts areas. Author’s…

Read more »

tummy wars

August 14, 2015
By
tummy wars

6 Evidence-Based Ways To Burn Belly Fat AND Extend Your Life Posted on: Green Med Info .com Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder   The ongoing battle of the bulge, while once considered primarily a matter of vanity, may actually be one of the best ways…

Read more »

Ma Nature issues another warning

August 12, 2015
By
Ma Nature issues another warning

She’s clearly on your side. This gentle reminder that you need to be prepared for: Other Than The Usual was relatively kind. Granted, at a measured 74mph, the wind in Missoula on August 10th actually qualified as a Force 11 on The Beaufort Wind Force…

Read more »

going postal

August 11, 2015
By
going postal

In a stark contrast between a private service organization and a government monopoly, the Darby/Conner/Sula postmaster has declared war on his customers. This dweeb has decreed that all addresses MUST CONFORM to his ever-changing rules or be returned to sender. CUSTOMERS in his SERVICE AREA…

Read more »

essential oils

August 11, 2015
By
essential oils

Modern Essentials is our reference book on essential oils. We bought our copy at the Darby Mercantile (across from the Darby Post Office). Connie also sells essential oils and MANY other healthy products there – in addition to being a fount of knowledge. Well worth…

Read more »

the science of geoengineering

August 9, 2015
By
the science of geoengineering

Harvard, among others, now offers university courses in geoengineering. Put another way, geoengineering is now going mainstream. It is now OKAY to openly discuss the topic … unless you call it “chemtrails”, in which case you are an environmental-wacko, wing-nut and conspiracy-theorist. I have been…

Read more »

THE debate

August 7, 2015
By
THE debate

www.afr.org The GOP Debate – Miserable Irrelevancy Nelson Hultberg   Seventeen GOP candidates for president of the United States paraded in front of us in Cleveland on August 6th. The establishment media crowed enthusiastically to the viewers about the import of this gathering to our…

Read more »

faking sick

August 7, 2015
By
faking sick

Inventing viruses: a staggering hoax By Jon Rappoport “I have many reasons for exposing hoaxes about viruses. One vital reason: when people realize the truth, they begin to grasp, at a visceral level, what’s possible in the area of fake-reality invention. They see their own…

Read more »

banksters earning their name

August 7, 2015
By
banksters earning their name

There is a Good Chance Your Bank is Committing a Major Crime Right Now By Dan Steinhart On April 10, 2006, Mexican authorities searched through a DC-9 jet at the airport in Ciudad del Carmen. They found more than five tons of cocaine … valued…

Read more »

the dark side of video games

August 7, 2015
By
the dark side of video games

Video Games, Predictive Programming, and the 21st Century Skinner Box By Rusticus (Publisher Note: several good links did not come along with this article. Go to Activist Post to read this article with those intact. – Ted) Perhaps the most encouraging development in fostering freedom…

Read more »

dangers of cell phones

August 7, 2015
By
dangers of cell phones

7 Points That Prove How Dangerous Cell Phones Are to Humankind By Bernie Suarez Is the cell phone or more specifically the modern day “smart phone” the most destructive invention in the history of humankind? I believe it may very well be and here is…

Read more »

Mandated Vaccines: Finding Our Path to Freedom

August 2, 2015
By
Mandated Vaccines: Finding Our Path to Freedom

By Rosanne Lindsay ND In June, California became the first state to mandate vaccination for all children attending public and private schools. Similar mandates will apply to all adults working in daycare settings. There are currently 58 bills in 24 different states that would limit your rights…

Read more »

windows spying – who-da-thunk?

August 2, 2015
By
windows spying – who-da-thunk?

In absolute “Oh duh” news, it turns out that there is a price to the FREE Windoze numbuh 10 operating system. Jeeeminny, you would have to be squeezing your mind shut tight to not have noticed Microsoft in the giant orgy bed with all the…

Read more »

air rifles

July 31, 2015
By
air rifles

International 10-meter air rifles are amazing precision tools. With a “10-ring” the diameter of a standard pencil lead, top shooters can hit that ring with 99.9% consistency… from 33.8 feet away. These are not hunting rifles. They are specifically designed to punch holes in paper…

Read more »

retirement financial stability

July 19, 2015
By
retirement financial stability

Economic collapse in Greece, Cyprus, Argentina, Zimbabwe, Germany, and everywhere else rulers have stolen value until their currencies turn to dust, always impacts old folks extremely. Younger, stronger, more energetic people can recover by entering into the barter and exchange markets that are as old…

Read more »

money laundering

July 17, 2015
By
money laundering

Neither as clean nor as lucrative as printing your own. These reeked of tobacco smoke.

Read more »

lifeline to Greece

July 17, 2015
By
lifeline to Greece

Yesterday I outlined the Greek financial dilemma or “crisis” as mainstream media loves to put it. Today the presstitute headline proclaimed: ECB THROWS GREECE A LIFELINE. I almost choked on my freshly-brewed cup of fresh-roasted coffee. The Greeks almost swam free of the Titanic, but…

Read more »

sold to the lowest bidder

July 16, 2015
By
sold to the lowest bidder

The International Banksters loaned €110 billion ($121,366,300,000) to the Greek politicians. Greece is a highly socialistic democracy where there are 3,541,828 employed with a total population of 11,062,889. That includes private sector as well as parasitic (government) sector. This is an important distinction as real…

Read more »

flesh wounds

July 16, 2015
By
flesh wounds

At her website, this article from Backdoor Survival .com includes links on how this works, what each component does as well as Gaye’s favorite sources for the material required. You can read the basics here, but I encourage you to go there for the full…

Read more »

when the trucks stop

July 13, 2015
By
when the trucks stop

If you can’t imagine any scenario where the trucks stop coming to your town for a few days, you have Imagination Deficit Disorder. This is a serious, life-threatening condition that must be addressed immediately. Quickly now, call work, call home, call family, call anyone who…

Read more »

One nation under siege

July 10, 2015
By
One nation under siege

Jade Helm 15: One nation under siege? Robert Bridge has worked as a journalist in Russia since 1998. Formerly the editor-in-chief of The Moscow News, Bridge is the author of the book, “Midnight in the American Empire.” ? An unprecedented military operation spanning seven southwestern…

Read more »