Featured Video

See video

Rand Paul electrifying speech at Trump rally

Senator Rand Paul (Kent.) gives an electrifying speech at Make Amnerica Great Again rally in Richmond, Kentucky. A must see!

A Thinking Man’s Desert

Submitted by Freedomman on Tue, 12/08/2009 - 20:44

Recently, I had occasion to view a segment of NBC’s The Tonight Show in which host Jay Leno walks around New York City asking ordinary people a series of simple and basic questions. I was stunned by the general lack of education of the respondents.

Governator signs new ammo restrictions

Submitted by Memory Hole on Tue, 11/10/2009 - 21:03

SACRAMENTO, California - October 21, 2009 - Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed into law a bill that requires buyers of handgun ammunition to leave thumbprints and detailed personal information with registered ammo sellers, as well as put restrictions on online bullet sales. “Assembly Bill 962 reasonably regulates access to ammunition and improves public safety without placing undue burdens on consumers,” Schwarzenegger said in a letter explaining his decision.

Make your own eco-friendly dishwasher detergent

Submitted by Freedomman on Tue, 11/10/2009 - 21:02

By Marye Audet, Planet Green

October 31, 2009 - Many people know that they can make homemade laundry detergent but not as many know about homemade dishwasher soap.

This formula will cut grease on your dishes. You will get a better result if you fill the rinse agent reservoir in your dishwasher with distilled white vinegar. It will leave your dishes grease free, shiny, and it isn’t at all hard on your vintage and antique items.

But the major benefit goes to your wallet. It cost less than a penny a load to make, or 50 loads of dishes for just 50 cents!

How to take back your country from martial law

Submitted by Freedomman on Tue, 09/29/2009 - 22:01

The following article was NOT written by Brent Johnson, Freedom Bound International, or The Voice of Freedom. It’s author is unknown. However, it contains many useful suggestions and recommendations and so we offer it to you with that in mind.


To be honest it's probably the most difficult challenge anyone can face. Because you're starting a conflict from scratch inside the belly of the beast. You can't fight for territory when you've only got a few guns against divisions of enemy troops equipped with automatic weapons, armor, air support, the pitiful acquiescence of a "people" who long ago gave up Liberty for the trap of existence in a childlike, cushy debt slavery. So the smart coup leaders that prosecute a martial law takeover will do it against a population that's already been pacified in one way or another. Now with the gilding stripped off their chains they're as frightened hostages willing to go along with ANYTHING the state orders, so long as they have some semblance of their former "lives". Aside from some disgruntled vets, the American People, untrained in the military arts or even basic survival, have been pacified, or the coup would never have taken place.

The Last Trench

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/26/2009 - 13:05

As they walked through the bodies strewn throughout the overrun trenches, one officer could not help but comment on the composition of the dead lying everywhere: "Old men with silver locks lay dead, side by side with mere boys of thirteen or fourteen. It almost makes one sorry to have to fight against people who show such devotion for their homes and their country."

Silver-haired men lay across the bodies of thirteen-year-old children piled in clumps or scattered individually where a last desperate stand had been made; the blood of both meeting in one final offering to freedom, liberty and homeland. In clumps they lay with bodies broken, mangled, and torn by shot, explosion, and hand-to-hand mortal combat, a last dying grimace of determination frozen forever on many of the faces; their blood now coagulating in clumps upon each other and on a ground that could absorb no more. These then were the defenders of the last trench.

How to prevent a heart attack!

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/19/2009 - 12:04

If you take an aspirin or a baby aspirin once a day, take it at night.  The reason: aspirin has a 24-hour "half-life". Therefore, if most heart attacks happen in the wee hours of the morning, the aspirin would be strongest in your system.

Locations of directional arrows to instruct military during state of emergency!

Submitted by Freedomman on Mon, 08/10/2009 - 13:44

Military direction arrows may be found throughout Amerika.  They are generally painted arrows on rural or urban roadways, frequently running off the road and into forests or unpopulated areas.  They have also been found in some places running against the main traffic flow; many interstate highways have these arrows painted on the backs of signs.

Heart of the Individual

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/05/2009 - 14:16

by Brent Johnson

I frequently find myself thinking about the type of person who is willing to prioritize his (or her) values to place principles before money and possessions. This is the kind of person who fights for freedom and opposes tyranny, stands for truth and exposes lies, lives and dies so that others may benefit from his struggles. This is the kind of person I am, and I often wonder what it would take to raise up more people of this character.

America: a Hell of a Place to Live

Submitted by Freedomman on Fri, 07/31/2009 - 12:51

by Lee Parker

Man is unique in the animal kingdom in that he has the ability to create, through choice, that which he experiences. However, regardless of man’s claims to advanced technologies, there are some natural elements over which he has no control. Nevertheless, man’s ability to choose how to react to these natural elements makes him different than all other animals.

Special alloy sleeves urged to block RFID chips!

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 07/16/2009 - 11:56

SAN FRANCISCO, Kalifornia - July 11, 2009 - To protect against skimming and eavesdropping attacks, federal and state officials recommend that Americans keep their e-passports tightly shut and store their RFID-tagged passport cards and enhanced driver's licenses in "radio-opaque" sleeves.

That's because experiments have shown that the e-passport begins transmitting some data when opened even a half-inch, and chipped passport cards and EDLs can be read from varying distances depending on reader techonology.

The cover of the e-passport booklet contains a metallic sheathing that can diminish the distances radio waves travel, presumably hindering unwanted interceptions. Alloy envelopes that come with the PASS cards and driver's licenses do the same, according to the government.

Syndicate content