Song for the Day: Skeeter Davis ~ The End of The World (1962)

A beautiful country woman. — jtl, 419

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A Handbook for Ranch ManagersLand & Livestock International, Inc is offering a “Free” week-long ranch management-planned grazing seminar- workshop.

What follows is a business model we have been following that has worked very well for us and for our clientele.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualWe are seeking individual ranchers to sponsor/host workshops . The sponsor/host (and spouse or key employee) get the training at his/her ranch for no charge. This is an extra special benefit to the host as his/her land will be used for the “lab” work and hands on demonstrations. This provides a great start in the implementation of his/her program.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewIn return, he/she takes care of the logistics involved in putting on the event. This includes arranging for the venue, booking a block of rooms for lodging, arranging for meals (if any), putting out the advertising, setting and collecting the fees and so forth.

We are then responsible for putting on the workshop.

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The Stupidest, Most Tragic War

Vengeful France and Britain imposed intolerable punishment on Germany, forcing it to accept full guilt for the war, an untruth that persists to this day.  The result was Adolf Hitler and his National Socialists.  If an honorable peace had been concluded in 1917, neither Hitler nor Stalin might have seized power and millions of lives would have been saved.  This is the true tragedy of the Great War.
Combat Shooter's Handbook White Western European is the only race on earth that has ever actively participated in its own genocide. And it began with the so-called “Great War” where the two greatest gene pools on earth slaughtered each other by the millions. And who was usually the first over the top of the trench? The leaders, that’s who. There is no way of knowing how many cures for cancer or trips to the moon fell face down in that French mud.

By Eric S. Margolis via LewRockwell.com


The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsWe are now before the 100th anniversary of World War I, the war that was supposed to end all wars.  While honoring the 16 million who died in this conflict, we should also condemn the memory of the politicians, officials and incompetent generals who created this horrendous blood bath.

I’ve walked most of the Western Front of the Great War, visited its battlefields and haunted forts, and seen the seas of crosses marking its innumerable cemeteries.

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteAs a former soldier and war correspondent, I’ve always considered WWI as he stupidest, most tragic and catastrophic of all modern wars.

The continuation of this conflict, World War II, killed more people and brought more destruction on civilians in firebombed cities but, at least for me, World War I holds a special horror and poignancy.  This war was not only an endless nightmare for the soldiers in their pestilential trenches, it also violently ended the previous 100 years of glorious European civilization, one of mankind’s most noble achievements.

American Raj: Liberati… Eric Margolis Best Price: $5.93 Buy New $16.56 (as of 09:35 EST – Details) I’ve explored the killing fields of Verdun many times and feel a visceral connection to this ghastly place where up to 1,000,000 soldiers died.  I have even spent the night there, listening to the sirens that wailed without relent, and watching searchlights that pierced the night, looking for the ghosts of the French and German soldiers who died here.

Verdun’s soil was so poisoned by explosives and lethal gas that to this day it produces only withered, stunted scrub and sick trees.  Beneath the surface lie the shattered remains of men and a deadly harvest of unexploded shells that still kill scores of intruders each year.  The spooky Ossuaire Chapel contains the bone fragments of 130,000 men, blown to bits by the millions of high explosive shells that deluged Verdun.

The town of the same name is utterly bleak, melancholy and cursed.  Young French and German officers are brought here to see firsthand the horrors of war and the crime of stupid generalship.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1) The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)  Amid all the usual patriotic cant from politicians, imperialists and churchmen about the glories of this slaughter, remember that World War I was a contrived conflict that was totally avoidable.  Contrary to the war propaganda that still clouds and corrupts our historical view, World War I was not started by Imperial Germany.

Professor Christopher Clark in his brilliant book, `The Sleepwalkers’ shows how officials and politicians in Britain and France conspired to transform Serbia’s murder of Austro-Hungary’s Crown Prince into a continent-wide conflict.  France burned for revenge for its defeat in the 1870 Franco-Prussian War and loss of Alsace-Lorraine.  Britain feared German commercial and naval competition.  At the time, the British Empire controlled one quarter of the world’s surface.  Italy longed to conquer Austria-Hungary’s South Tyrol.  Turkey feared Russia’s desire for the Straits.  Austria-Hungary feared Russian expansion.

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Prof Clark clearly shows how the French and British maneuvered poorly-led Germany into the war.  The Germans were petrified of being crushed between two hostile powers, France and Russia.  The longer the Germans waited, the more the military odds turned against them.  Tragically, Germany was then Europe’s leader in social justice.

Britain kept stirring the pot, determined to defeat commercial and colonial rival, Germany. The rush to war became a gigantic clockwork that no one could stop.  All sides believed a war would be short and decisive.  Crowds of fools chanted ‘On to Berlin’ or ‘On to Paris.’

Few at the time understood the impending horrors of modern war or the geopolitical demons one would release.  The 1904 Russo-Japanese War offered a sharp foretaste of the 1914 conflict, but Europe’s grandees paid scant attention.

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewEven fewer grasped how the collapse of the antiquated Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires would send Europe and the Mideast into dangerous turmoil that persists to our day.  Or how a little-known revolutionary named Lenin would shatter Imperial Russia and turn it into the world’s most murderous state.

This demented war in Europe tuned into an even greater historic tragedy in 1917 when US President Woodrow Wilson, driven by a lust for power and prestige, entered the totally stalemated war on the Western Front.  One million US troops and starvation caused by a crushing British naval blockade turned the tide of battle and led to Germany’s surrender.

Vengeful France and Britain imposed intolerable punishment on Germany, forcing it to accept full guilt for the war, an untruth that persists to this day.  The result was Adolf Hitler and his National Socialists.  If an honorable peace had been concluded in 1917, neither Hitler nor Stalin might have seized power and millions of lives would have been saved.  This is the true tragedy of the Great War.

Let us recall the words of the wise Benjamin Franklin: `No good war, no bad peace.’

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Song for Today: Hank Williams: Lovesick Blues

The grand daddy of us all. The audio and the video are not in sync but…that was a long time ago. — jtl, 419

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The grand daddy of us all. The audio and the video are not in sync but…that was a long time ago. — jtl, 419

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The WIRE: Your week in review – Personal Liberty®

I can say one thing for the libtards (demopublicans, democrats, collectivists, socialists, communists, Marxists, et al) they provide some of the world’s best comical entertainment. I laughed all the way through this one. — jtl, 419

Ben Crystal


From less of a wave than expected to a dead pimp getting elected — and most points in between — it’s time for a look back at the week that was. Personal Liberty Digest® presents: The WIRE!

A below-average pickup for a party opposing the president in the midterms, a slim majority in the House and they lost seats in the Senate. Ooh, that’s some “blue wave.”


You can put away the lifeboats.

At least we took back the House! Now we can begin moving America forward! And our first step — making Nancy Pelosi Speaker again! Who better to be the face of progress than a 78-year-old multimillionaire!?


To be fair, her face has seen a lot of “progress.”

Beto O’Rourke, Stacey Abrams, Andrew Gillum, Bill Nelson, Heidi Heitkamp, Claire McCaskill and Phil Breseden. All received major-league celebrity boosts in the last weeks before the polls. All lost. It’s almost like Hollywood values don’t really translate to the rest of the country.


“Why don’t you ‘normals’ just let us handle the voting from now on?”

Abrams lost despite an assist from billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey, who ventured out of her palace to declare “We as women people need to stand united and vote our values!” OK, but let’s consider Oprah’s idea of “women’s values.”


“I found you a great one, Harv. Just promise me you’ll value her.”

Fun fact: Of the five Democrat Senators up for re-election in battleground states, all four who voted against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh lost, while “yes” voter Joe Manchin (D-WV) kept his job.


“See you guys around the Capitol – oh wait, no I won’t.”

But wait, the Democrats have a new talking point: Even though they lost Senate seats, they “won” the overall “Senate popular vote.” It’s unfair that urban liberals should have the same representation in the Senate as those rubes in flyover country! So, what if that’s precisely why the Senate exists!


Republics, how do they work?

Of course, the Left needed a scapegoat for the letdown. They settled on — white women? Multiple liberal spokesholes claimed white women voting Republican in places like Florida is “proof” of the “racist patriarchy.”


“Some women aren’t buying our message of hatred and division. Instead of coming up with a cogent argument, we should call them stupid racists. That’ll bring ’em around.”

Scandal-plagued New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez raised eyebrows when he invited a juror from his corruption trial to his victory party.


The only surprising part of Menendez doing that is that she wasn’t underage.

Among the new House denizens is one of the first baby communists born outside captivity, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez! She intends to introduce bills making a whole host of taxpayer-funded entitlements, and even academic services, “free.”


Even money says the little dope introduces a bill to make the Electoral College tuition free.

Less than 24 hours after the elections, Jeff Sessions’ tenure as Attorney General ended abruptly. Liberals in multiple cities protested the termination; apparently forgetting they also protested his hiring in the first place. Among the benefits of manipulating millennials, they have very short memories.


Dude. That was 2017. That’s — like — three iPhone releases ago.

Some liberals remembered they hate Sessions, though. The left-wing hate group American Civil Liberties Union released a howler of a statement, in which they proclaimed, “Jeff Sessions was the worst attorney general in modern American history.”


Lol. Sessions wasn’t even the worst in this decade.

Terror gripped the liberal world this week when Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was injured in a fall in her office. Good thing they changed the rules, rendering them pretty much powerless, should Trump get another nomination.


God bless you, Harry, wherever you are.

Oh good, another “known wolf” managed to walk right past multiple government agencies on the way to committing a terrorist attack. Even in the “gun control-iest” state, laws don’t mean much if law enforcement isn’t worth squat.


Ask the people of Parkland.

Look how well so-called “gun control” worked out for Canada and Europe! I mean, now they have a knife, truck and bomb violence problem, but no gun violence.


Except in Paris. And Brussels. And Quebec City. And Munich. And Gothenburg… etc. etc.

Don’t blame the Antifa mob who attacked Tucker Carlson’s wife the other night; they were only doing what Maxine Waters, Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder told them to.


You know, “just following orders.”

When CNN blowhole Jim Acosta threw a public tantrum in the middle of a presidential press briefing, including physically bullying a young woman working for the White House, most observers agreed with the president that CNN should be ashamed to employ an emotionally unstable prima donna like Acosta.


Fun fact: There’s more evidence showing Jim Acosta assaulting women than there ever has been of Brett Kavanaugh.

And congrats to the winner in the election for the 36th District seat in the Nevada State Assembly, brothel owner Dennis Hof, who’s been dead for three weeks. When they say, “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” they’re not kidding.


How about his opponent? You have chosen the wrong career path if voters chose a dead pimp over you.

And that’s your week in review! For the Personal Liberty Digest®, I’m Ben Crystal saying, “See you next week, on The WIRE!”

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The Election Results Are In: As Always, You Lost!

The politicians who are fighting over power at the polls are all proponents of empire, and they will do nothing but continue the policies that have made the United States a third world country.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)  Yep, even Trump called himself a “nationalist” (Hitler and Ho Chi Minh were “nationalists”)

But on the other hand, we will not survive another Bareback Yomamma.

And that is precisely where we will end up when Trumps turn is over. In The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) the meantime, all he will be able to do is kick the can down the road.

I know, I know. I’m too young to be that damned cynical. lol — jtl, 419

 

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