January 22, 2017

The National “Nanny” Park Service

SUMMARY: The National Park Service proposes to revise the regulation that defines smoking to include the use of electronic cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems. The National Park Service also proposes to allow a superintendent to close an area, building, structure, or facility to smoking when necessary to maintain public health and safety.<<<Read More>>>

Fake Free Speech and Other Fake Rights

What’s the trouble with rights? You don’t know? Well, then, that’s the first indication of why rights are in trouble. Yesterday I was reading a column, written by a man in Maine – Al Diamon. He writes: “The trouble with the right to free speech is other people’s vocal cords. They insist on flapping them […]

Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine Pushing Three Bills This Session

I have heard that the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine (SAM) is pushing for support of three bills being presented before the Maine Legislature, that are described as in support and protection of hunting, fishing and trapping, changing the way signatures are gathered for public referendum items, and banning public referendum on wildlife issues. Let me […]

Countering Propaganda and Disinformation

*Editor’s Note* – In 1914, a place called Wellington House opened for secret business in London. It’s purpose? To “counter” the German propaganda machine by winning public opinion to support war at whatever cost necessary. The tactics and techniques of mass brainwashing already existed. What was needed was to pull together the right people, skilled […]

INSANITY: Far Beyond Being Responsible for Animal Welfare

“The panelists praise wolves for their adaptability: Their plump paws are perfect snowshoes in winter, and their lean, aerodynamic bodies help them run as fast as 40 mph and cover hundreds of miles across a variety of terrain. Suzanne Stone, a biologist with Defenders of Wildlife, points to the audience and asks, “Can I use […]

Stay Off My Land You SOB

Or something like that. This morning I was reading George Smith’s article in which he stated that it was time for the Maine Legislature to enact two new laws. One would make it legal to provide “wild game” dinners and charge money for them. Probably in this day and age, it is about time. But […]

Maine’s Seemingly Endless Debate on Sunday Hunting

I’ll give George Smith, a writer and sportsman’s activist from Maine, credit for sticking with something he believes in. It appears he is just about the last survivor to advocate for Sunday Hunting in Maine. Smith says we will never hunt on Sundays in Maine, and he probably is correct. As a matter of fact, […]

Executive Order — Safeguarding the Nation from the Impacts of Invasive Species

*Editor’s Note* – As I see it, readers can view this Executive Order amendment one of two ways. 1.) As a better means of addressing concerns over so-called “invasive species,” or 2.) as a stronger means in which the Federal Government can control the people and their properties under the guise of so-called “invasive species” […]

Pie In The Sky Restoration of Rights

*Editor’s Note* – The below commentary is pie in the sky nonsense based on a false belief that the rulers of the United States Corporate Administration are chosen by the people to apply the Constitution and Bill of Rights to the servitude. To play within a false and rigged system, believing you can change the […]

Fighting Against Destruction of Rights While Promoting Destruction of Rights Makes Little Sense

While I support anyone who will work to protect a person’s God-given right to self protection and the right to choose how one should be able to protect themselves, I cannot, with a straight face, allow for the concession of a right to keep and bear arms while fighting against an absurd, fascist attempt to […]