Tuesday, February 28, 2017



Think Little By Wendell Berry




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30 Second Sciatica Low Back Stretching Exercises (Most Effective) - Dr Mandell

Neck Pain Release Stretch (How to Decompress Pinched Nerve) - Dr Mandell

Great Exercise for Neck Pain, Pinched Nerve, Dowagers Hump, Poor Posture / Dr Mandell

Most Important Exercise to Help Pinched Nerve and Neck Pain / Dr. Mandell

Sciatica / Low Back Pain Helped in 30 Seconds -- Dr Mandell

The Bible to Fix Lower Back Pain -- Dr Mandell

60-Second Fix For A Stiff Neck / Dr Mandell

The crimes of Winston Churchill


China Accounts For Half Of All Global Debt Created Since 2005: Here Are The Implications


Virtue-Signaling the Decline of the Empire

"an average Roman noble of senatorial class had property valued in the neighborhood of 20,000 Roman pounds of gold. There was no “middle class” comparable to the small landholders of the third century B.C.; the huge majority of the population was made up of landless peasants working land that belonged to nobles. These peasants had hardly any property at all, but if we estimate it (very generously) at one tenth of a pound of gold, the wealth differential would be 200,000! Inequality grew both as a result of the rich getting richer (late imperial senators were 100 times wealthier than their Republican predecessors) and those of the middling wealth becoming poor."


Depeche Mode - Music For the Masses Remastered HQ

The Day the New York Times Lost All Credibility By Jack Cashill

the TWA 800 plane was filled with hundreds of Hawaii-bound passengers and crew when the officer was performing his exercise on an empty plane. In other words, the dog training did not explain the explosive residue. It did not even take place on the TWA 800 plane.

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/02/the_day_the_new_york_emtimesem_lost_all_credibility.html#ixzz4Zzpet47F
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A YOUNG REPUBLICAN The Party and the Deep Blue Sea "Ideally, the Republican Platform should acknowledge a domestic enemy, the State ." sy WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR


Monday, February 27, 2017

How To Make Your Own Essential Oils and Perfumes


Those Systems That Aren't Busy Being Born Are Busy Dying

Those slices of the economy that are exposed to competition and innovation have a choice: adapt or die. Everything that is protected by monopoly--private-sector cartels, government, government-managed sectors such as Big Ag, Big Pharma, Military-Industrial Complex, Higher Education and the entire intelligence agency alphabet soup--are focused on maintaining their grip on power.


Stockman: "After March 15 Everything Will Grind To A Halt"


Friday, February 17, 2017

The Washington Post Actually Takes Russian Government Money (Unlike The Websites It Helped Slander)


The ACLU recently raised $24 million. We know they use their money to bully good, loving people like Barronelle.


Trump calls the media ‘the enemy of the American People’


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Chives Allium schoenoprasum

A lawn “weed” that’s a scallion substitute A primer on wild chive (aka onion grass) from the Baltimore Urban Forager, plus a Chinese dumpling recipe that uses them.


Onion - Wild


Jeff Bezos Is Doing Huge Business with the CIA, While Keeping His Washington Post Readers in the Dark Amazon has a bad history of currying favor with the U.S. government’s “national security” establishment.


This Is How the Status Quo Unravels: As the Pie Shrinks, Everybody Demands Their Piece Should Get Bigger

We haven't "grown" at all. What we've done is borrow from future generations to create the illusion of growth.


The Financialization Of American Business: How Cheap Debt Fuels The Bubble, Not Growth


How We Will Win Trump’s revolution and the road to freedom

Trump saw this – and launched a crusade to “make America great again.” Not by vanquishing some foreign bogeyman, but by challenging and defeating a decadent elite that is draining the country dry with its foreign wars, its war on American workers, and a subversive allegiance to transnational entities that owe no loyalty to this country.


12 Must-Read Quotes From Scalia’s Blistering Same-Sex Marriage Dissent

This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty, robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves.


Friday, February 10, 2017

A Short History of Paper Money and Banking in the United States



The Unintended & Deadly Societal Consequences Of Quantitative Easing

“As I look back, it now seems that, with all the thought and work and good intentions, which we provided, we achieved absolutely nothing… nothing that I did, and very little that old Ben [Strong of the Federal Reserve] did, internationally produced any good effect – or indeed any effect at all except that we collected money from a lot of poor devils and gave it over to the four winds.”

Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World

Loving Our Servitude in America's Plantation Economy


Thursday, February 9, 2017

Good Neighbor Brews Grand Opening!


edward faulkner plowman's folly




The Colonization of Local-Business Main Street by Corporate America

Colonization introduces an amazing array of bargain-priced goods and services. The "natives" are happy to have access to all the goodies, but a short time later, the colonizers own the land, the markets, the politicians, the media and the labor force, and everyone who once had an independent livelihood and independent political voice is impoverished or is now an employee of the plantation, taking orders from the Big Boss.


Fact Check: Obama Is Not Good at Kite Surfing, Any Sport


Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The E.U., Neofeudalism and the Neocolonial-Financialization Model


Expropriation and Impoverishment: "Capitalist" Greece and "Socialist" Venezuela


The "Have-More" Plan: "A Little Land -- A Lot of Living": How to Make a Small Cash Income into the Best and Happiest Living Any Family Could Want

the marriage of a 
man and woman really means some- 
thing when you start homesteading. 
Somehow, working close to the earth 
and with nature seems to make the 
combination of man and wife more im- 
portant and, I believe, makes marriage 
a happier success than is* possible in 
sterile city life.. 



Stark inequality: Oxfam says 8 men as rich as half the world


Arthur Avenue pasta maestro Mario Borgatti, of Borgatti's Ravioli and Egg Noodles, dies at 97


Florida Panhandle Sheriff Warns a Killer Is 'In Our Midst'


Saturday, February 4, 2017

'The Media Coverage on Syria is the Biggest Media Lie of our Time' -- Interview with Flemish Priest in Syria


Maryland Girl, 4, Dies After Mother Kicks Her in Stomach Because She Didn’t Brush Her Teeth: Police


Trump Attacks "So-Called Judge" Over "Ridiculous" Travel Ban Ruling

When a country is no longer able to say who can, and who cannot , come in & out, especially for reasons of safety &.security - big trouble!


Questions Remain As Shifting Narrative, Conflicting Testimony Indicates Cover Up in Quebec Terror Incident


Look Who Funds The Group Behind The Call To Arms At Milo’s Berkeley Event

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/03/look-who-funds-the-group-behind-the-call-to-arms-at-milos-berkeley-event/#ixzz4Xite4Sqh

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

An In-Depth Companion Planting Guide


How Democrats Killed Their Populist Soul

Over the years, Patman had upset these members by blocking bank mergers and going after financial power. As famed muckraking columnist Drew Pearson put it: Patman “committed one cardinal sin as chairman. ... He wants to investigate the big bankers.” And so, it was the older bank allies who truly ensured that Patman would go down. In 1975, these bank-friendly Democrats spread the rumor that Patman was an autocratic chairman biased against junior congressmen. To new members eager to participate in policymaking, this was a searing indictment....

The destruction of the anti-monopoly and anti-bank tradition in the Democratic Party has also cleared the way for the greatest concentration of economic power in a century....

In 1947, Patman even commissioned experts to publish a book titled Fascism in Action, noting that fascism as a political system was the combination of extreme nationalism and monopoly power, a “dictatorship of big business.”


The Statue of Liberty Has Nothing to Do with Immigration


Robert Crawford Voice from the Asylum The Bughouse: The Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound By Daniel Swift