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Idaho Liberty .com is moving

It has taken me a long time to reach this decision, but I will be retiring this website. I have been posting almost exactly the same content at Bitterroot Bugle .com since I moved from Idaho in 2013, and reinvigorated that old-time newspaper name from this territory last used in the late 1800s. I encourage you to replace any link for Idaho Liberty that you may have stored with one to Bitterroot Bugle .com. Ted Dunlap playing with the Grand Canyon in a trombone choir of echoes on one otherwise quiet February 1st morning … utilizing a pitch-adjustable bugle Montana elk bull bugling its territorial claimsI was amazed and thrilled when the first name for my Montana blog that jumped […]

minimum wage

This political cartoon was just too good to pass up. I will want to find it someday, so here it is for future reference. I talked about it during the 2006 governor debates. If an employer has a job that someone wants to do there is no third party with business in the transaction. Entry level jobs are a place where work ethic and employee-employer relations are practiced. They are not intended to be the end of worker development nor wage growth. The reality of competition works both ways. Customers put downward pressures on prices. Employees must provide profitable service or the business fails. Congresscritters who face no price pressures, who almost universally have no clue as to operation […]

Democrats put on their Socialist clothes

Mistaken Futures Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And so the Democratic Party has gone and hoisted the flag of “socialism” on the mizzenmast of its foundering hulk as it sets sail for the edge of the world. Bad call by a ship without a captain, and I’ll tell you why. Socialism was the response to a particular set of circumstances in time that drove the rise of industrial societies. Those circumstances are going, going, gone. The suspicion of industry’s dreadful effects on the human condition first sparked in the public imagination with William Blake’s poem “Jerusalem” in 1804 and its reference to England’s newly-built “dark satanic mills.” Industry at the grand scale overturned everyday life in the […]

the socialism wave

Mistaken Futures Clusterfuck Nation For your reading pleasure Mondays and Fridays Support this blog by visiting Jim’s Patreon Page And so the Democratic Party has gone and hoisted the flag of “socialism” on the mizzenmast of its foundering hulk as it sets sail for the edge of the world. Bad call by a ship without a captain, and I’ll tell you why. Socialism was the response to a particular set of circumstances in time that drove the rise of industrial societies. Those circumstances are going, going, gone. The suspicion of industry’s dreadful effects on the human condition first sparked in the public imagination with William Blake’s poem “Jerusalem” in 1804 and its reference to England’s newly-built “dark satanic mills.” Industry […]

stadium gets the clap

Okay, a bit crude, but as I watched The State Of The Union, it was The Donald speechifying one sentence after another, each followed by ritual clapping with every dang politician there knowing the cameras were rolling. Not to say the speech was meaningless. Lots of power plays were embedded. Subtle messages were passed. The “Secure Our Borders” segment deserves multiple replays to watch body, face and eye language. Holey smokes! Those folks get a super-gym-squats workout popping up and down for obligatory Standing-O’s. Ohmygosh! the cameras zoom in on the criminal conspirators at amazingly appropriate times. These people look guilty as sin. Perfect. Trump personalized and focused the border invasion. 266 Thousand arrests… not detentions, but arrests! I don’t […]

an elephant is like a snake

A good friend of mine spent time as a colonel in the Pentagon among other USofA Army assignments, then proceeded into working with the same folks as a military contractor representative. He is quite confident with his understanding of the military industrial complex. Admittedly it is deeper and more thorough than almost any of us can ever achieve. But is it comprehensive? Is his expertise unquestionable? I think not. Henry Kissinger, a globalist, deep-state-operative near the highest levels said, “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.” In shock and dismay, we can discount that quotation, but the evidence in real world applications of military force reinforce its veracity. When he finally […]

wall memes

ruthless

Ruth Ginzberg has not been seen in public since her lung cancer surgery. Many are suspicious that she died, but conspirators are delaying the death announcement to prevent Trump’s appointment of a replacement. There are trials likely of top level politicians (very top) who need fewer Constitutionalist Supreme Court justices rather than more. Of course Ruth’s brain has been gone for a long time, but they would not let her retire for the above reasons. Conservative Justice Scalia’s demise two years ago was EXTREMELY SUSPICIOUS, to phrase it most generously. See Antonin Scalia wet work. It is interesting times, for sure.

Global insight

We may fancy ourselves as “Aware”, but I doubt any of us understand a fraction of what is going on in the power centers of the world. I read, observe and look around, then share what I understand with you here. Greg Hunter’s USA Watchdog has a habit of getting good guests and insightful content on his program. This interview with Daniel Estulin is no exception. I had to ‘backspace’ several times to comprehend the new information. Extremely credible and quite different from what we think is going on. That is certainly not to say that Estulin has an ownership on the truth, but he is way the heck ahead of nearly everybody else pontificating on what is going on […]

more than 50,000 leagues under the sea … I mean really DEEP

99% of us are oblivious. There is a war on in The Swamp. More than you can imagine hangs in the balance. We live in the most interesting times of numerous centuries.  Sure is a shame that nearly everybody is missing the show… and thinks that stupid toy in their palms has useful information.   I do not play around on Twitter (or snort phones, for that matter). The following thread came to me via other sources with a history of powerful truths and calculated fictions. Read it through. Clearly I cannot guarantee the veracity of any of it. Use the very real possibilities of horrific, deep, intricate truths to trigger your own looking around. To imagine that clever, evil […]

inside the sausage factory

How would you arrange a fair trial for the den of vipers and thieves that is the DC swamp? They have been appointing their decadent clones to positions of power for 100 years. The evil is so thoroughly embedded there is not a single feral agency that did not have co-conspirators in the top three levels + … including the entire so called “justice department”. Just over two years ago, candidate Trump promised to “Drain The Swamp”. Yeah. Right. Impossible we think. But what if Trump was actually selected by people of the inner-works? What if he was not a lone knight is shining armor, but the spokesman, the front man, the face of a group who was disgusted with […]

Trump visits Texas

Trump visits the border. The barrier to unfettered immigration is a big deal this month. Typical tactical Trump goes to the heart of the matter, drawing public attention to the problem and the people who are dealing with it on a daily, up-close-and-personal basis. Nice tactically, and very good for the security of we the little people who inhabit this joint. Amazing to me is the physical risks The Donald takes and immense trust he displays in the Secret Service and others who work to keep him alive. The forces he is challenging are the same ones who killed Lincoln and Kennedy (both of the Kennedys, actually). This really appears to be a charmed life to me. I expect one […]