Next pay day, go and buy something you need. Doesn't matter if it's that shortwave receiver you've been eyeing, an extra case of ammo or favorite canned food, or tools to build and fix things. No matter how much you've already put aside, it's not … Continue reading Celebrating the Life and Death Of A Career Politician
The late senator McCain's voting and legislative history is public record, and as a career politician you can judge him based on that.
A web site that lets you see how those 535 overpaid welfare recipients spend their time. https://www.govtrack.us/ And for those of you who want to see how the effort towards "draining the swamp" and "making America great again" is progressing: https://www.govtrack.us/events/enacted-bills https://www.federalregister.gov/executive-orders
“No man can cut out new paths in company. He does that alone.” - Oliver Wendell Holmes,“The creator lives for himself. He needs no other men. His primary goal is within himself” - Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead The longer I've been at this game, the … Continue reading The Lone Wolf
For any wheelgun aficionado, especially an admirer of Smith & Wesson’s, there is one revolver that blazed the path for millions of others. One that codified both performance and design for over a century to follow. That revolver is the legendary Smith and Wesson Model … Continue reading Smith and Wesson Model 10 Overview — The Survivalist Blog
Rolling homes go back almost as far as rolling vehicles and the modern era of motor driven cars is not an exception. If you have followed this blog at all you may have seen some great contraptions, especially from the 1920s and 30s. The counter-culture … Continue reading House Trucks from the Early 1970s — Preindustrial Craftsmanship
A lot of beginner survivalists wonder where they should begin. I dislike giving specific how-to advice as everyone's situation is different. You really need to do your own preparedness analysis and planning based on your specific set of circumstances. If you need someone to give … Continue reading The Basic Plan: What to Do