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Veteran’s Victory Alliance

In my web post of May 30th, Memorial Day …. beyond beer and hot dogs, I mentioned being involved in the Darby Montana Memorial Remembrance Day program. It was held the day before because bigger venues would occupy the actual Memorial Day – including the nearby 100-year-old Corvallis Memorial Day parade and celebration. I played in the band there – a much larger performance than the TAPS I played Sunday in Darby. Victoria Miralda, a 21-year Army veteran spoke about the need and a program she founded and helps run today to help past and present military and first responders remain grounded. The setting they offer is ideal for giving these people a break from their intense duties in […]

Memorial Day …. beyond beer and hot dogs

… “Memorial Day the holiday however is a day that we as country pay respect to the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. They gave their lives. You will notice if you go to a cemetery or even pass one the graves are covered with flowers and flags more so than on any other day of the year. The practice of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers is an ancient custom. Soldiers’ graves were decorated in the U.S. before and during the American Civil War. Some believe that an annual cemetery decoration practice began before the American Civil War and thus may reflect the real origin of the “memorial day” idea. Annual Decoration Days for […]

Starting another FAST – May 28, 2022

It was not intended to be an annual ritual, but is inadvertently turning out that way. I will catalog the numerous surprising benefits of fasting, my motivation and a wealth of fasting knowledge over the next few days, perhaps weeks. My body has ordered one, so I will comply. This video on the right is an introduction to my fast, and a bit on why I am undertaking it. More links, videos and information can be found at TedDunlap.net and BitterrootBugle.com I fasted in August of 2020, again in August 2021, and am adding this one for much more serious reasons than the mild desire to lose some weight and perhaps learn first-hand about the detoxification benefits of nine […]

lump in my throat

My masseuse found a lump in my throat today. OHMYGAWDI’MGUNNADIEBETTERSEEADOCTORRIGHTAWAY. What am I NOT going to do? Fershur I am not going to one of those heavily trained monkeys who turn everything into deadly cancer treatments. First and foremost, I will see what my natural immune system has to say about it. I’ll be helping in any way I can. I have had a sore throat for weeks. There, too, I am observing as my body deals with the invaders. It would appear that my internal soldiers have now subdued the assailants and moved them to some gland where we can isolate and eventually expel them. My massage therapist suggests I regularly, gently rub the area to help with […]

With boring predictability, gun control gets trotted out again

One of the greatest enemies those who would rule us fear is our cool self-defense tools. Of course thinking, creative, strong-willed, unpredictable white men are also on the top of the problems they are working to solve. Thanks to LBJ’s Great Society, darker skinned men with similar qualities are not as common, but most certainly do exist. I welcome them on our HOME team. This year they are working on marginalizing the white men, but this month they have targeted our self-defense mechanisms. It is too early for me to call the most recent school shooting a false flag or a staged event, but it smells very strongly of one or the other. Thank you FBI, CIA, ATF and […]

wash and dry SD card

In this little How-To, I share my experience laundering a 16 gigabyte SanDisk secure digital (SD) card. The little buggers are 1″ by 1 1/4″, quite flat and capable of storing one hundred and twenty-eight billion bits of information. That number, along with that amount of data are both quite incomprehensible. How about 16 pickup trucks FULL of books? That is literally the amount of information can be stored onto this little card. That is to say, there is almost no space between the bits of data on them. A spec of dust could short out any of the circuits therein. I mention this to provide perspective on the following little tale. The Easter Egg Chicken Ranch attracted another […]

time to lower the lifeboats

https://www.bitterrootbugle.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/From-a-Distance-Bette-Midler.mp3 In the essay I published yesterday (That Sinking Feeling), James Howard Kunstler asks if it is time to lower the lifeboats. Here, I will put it in a bit of context with that paragraph because I really like it: It does not escape the attention, however, of some people on deck that the US ship is riding lower in the water each day, and listing at a distressing angle. Many other passengers have retreated to their staterooms, sick from the “vaccines” they were required to take to stay on-board for the voyage. Meanwhile water is streaming in below-decks, down in the stinking bilges, from many cracks in the hull. Nobody seems to know what to do, least of […]

That Sinking Feeling

James Howard Kunstler wrote the essay below. I republish completely here on safe ground as you will quite likely decide you too like his writing, want to see some of the numerous comments to the essay, and will be interested in the books he has written. I made it easy for you to follow the links to the areas that interest you… including the Amazon James Howard Kunstler author page with all of his books new, used and electronic. I suggest you may buy them more directly from him to cut out the A-monster, but we don’t make much difference to them either way. I found this essay to express so much of what is churning and burning in […]

The Authoritarians

  Dear Ted, Please take 5-minutes today to listen to AFLDS’ Frontline News Roundup. This short podcast will give you a quick snapshot of the latest headlines from Frontline News Director Mordechai Sones. Sones uncovers the biggest stories of the day and breaks them down for us. Unlike most news outlets, Frontline News gives you news from around the globe, and explains exactly what you need to know about it. This week’s Frontline News Roundup covers… Digital Services Act: Authoritarians are alive and well in Europe! The EU announced that all 27 member countries must establish a “digital services coordinator” who will be empowered to regulate, give orders, and punish online offenders. FBI searches of US Citizens doubles from […]

Showtime: pain gets real

I have been shouting warnings from my little soapbox platforms for 16 years. Showtime is here. It is ugly. People hurt. People die. The perpetrators present you with numerous people or circumstances to blame. Do not be fooled. It is them. It their plan. It is their pleasure. It is their fun and profit. It is unfortunately easy for me to imagine the pain of parents who got their infant hooked on commercial baby formula only to find their baby’s food source is GONE. No food for your baby. I cannot imagine worse pain. The parents, their friends and their families are ready to punish, attack those who created this problem. Unfortunately, the people responsible are in a position […]

72,000,000 donkeys

There are supposedly that many registered Democrats in the USofA. I have no dog in this fight. I understand that both major parties are simply two wings of the same bird. It is all theater, but I am unimpressed by the show they put on. Were we in a building, I would walk out. I have better things to do. In my own way, in this world, I have done exactly that. “Controlled opposition” is a phrase I favor regarding political posturing as well as well-funded, government-sanctioned media, Faux News included. When the globalists notice a significant audience escaping, they put one of theirs in front of the parade to gradually, ever-so-gently steer it away from genuine discovery and/or […]

Congratulations Graduates

Grocery store fliers arrived in today’s mail. A major feature this week is a full-page offering of sugar-coated nutrient-deficient white flour creations with variations of messages congratulating kids for surviving more than a decade of regular attendance in government indoctrination centers. Their marketing phrases it differently, but that is the essence of the message. Now the ones who performed twelve years’-worth of the required tricks well will be encouraged to endure another four or more until their youthful energy and creativity period has passed. Perfect system if you want worker bees comfortable with their fetters. Not so good if you wish to build a healthy society. Did I ever mention how few regrets I have from dropping out of […]