Category Archives: Liberty & Freedom
A while back, my friend and sponsor, Tom Karnuta, introduced me to Edward Abbey. Although I was familiar with Kirk Douglas’ movie “Lonely are the Brave”, I didn’t realize it was based on Abbey’s story “The Brave Cowboy”. So I … Continue reading
I’ve heard it said that “oral tradition and history is the most accurate history known to mankind”. The sheer stupidity of this idea is almost beyond comprehension. Anyone who has paid attention to human nature or participated in the old … Continue reading
This was sent to me in an e-mail. I find this fascinating!!!!
“If we concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles“! By Junius P. Long Food For Thought If you can get arrested for hunting or fishing without a license, but not for being … Continue reading
So how can over 873,000 people come off the unemployment rolls when there were only a little over 114,000 jobs created? Below is a transcript of a conversation between two eminent economists discussing this very question! COSTELLO: I want to … Continue reading
Recently, I read an article about Leave-No-Trace camping. This article was pointed at members of the American Mountain Men who use horses on their various trips on Federal Land. (I will refer to these lands as Federal lands or the … Continue reading
This is an excerpt from Edward S. Ellis’ 1884 book entitled the Life of Colonel David Crockett. It is an interesting story about how congress works and how it has strayed from its prescribed path. LIFE OF COLONEL DAVID CROCKETT. … Continue reading