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Progressives Have Faith

Some shocking current event news would leave us yelling at half of America to “Wake Up!” But they want to go back to sleep and keep enjoying their dreamland, in which the enemy is not really at our crumbling gates. Do you want to be in the foxhole with them when the battle begins?

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Have You Felt The Economic Recovery?

Is this image the secret to unlimited financial wealth? Someone is sure it is, to the tune of $14 million.
A recent post by Peter Grant ties together several of the malignant problems in our economy. Asking how it affects you should prompt you to action before it is too late.

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Sunday Scenery 9

All the Sunday Scenery images we post are confirmed photos from the Redoubt, taken either by our own writers’ hands or pulled from various other sources. Yes, this IS what it really looks like out here. At least half of the retreats and homesteads I’ve visited professionally were built to capture views like the scenery we post.

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Montana News

Montana among fastest growing states Montana is in the top 15 states when it comes to growth in America, having gained more than 10,000 people last year. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that Utah was the fastest growing state in...

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Elite Pedophiles being taken down

Former Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer says that over 3,000 pedophiles belonging to an elite pedophile ring have been arrested, amid a total blackout by the mainstream media.  By: anon67 [YNW] Michael Zimmerman at the NRA’s annual...

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Signs of a Repeat Market Crash

Did the investing public in the US and around the world learn anything from the financial disaster in 2008? Recent news shows that we are on the verge of repeating the same mistakes, so buckle up for another ‘Great Recession.’

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Sunday Scenery 8

Mother’s Day is a time to reflect on some of the closest family ties. And that’s one reason our writers love the Redoubt and want to share that excitement with our readers – we think this is the best region in the country to raise a family, free from government interference.
Let the mothers in your life know you appreciate their sacrifices to raise up the next generation.
And the Redoubt is here, where you can raise a family in the way folks did back before the nanny state barged in.

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Ruled by the Unelected

Not too long ago I made a point of the accelerating bloat of laws and how this steals our freedoms. Yesterday, I came across a photo and stats adequately illustrating that very point. Here are the details for our readers’ consideration.

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Avoiding Apocalypse Prediction Burnout

Does it seem like every other day there’s a new prediction about how everything is going to end and we’re all doomed? Are you tired of taking action to be prepared, only to see the predictions fail to pass again and again? Here’s how to stay mentally fresh and sort good predictions from bad. Redoubt Analyst is back after a brief hiatus with some strategies to avoid mental fatigue as you prepare for the end.

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New Resource: Winter Weather

We’ve received several questions lately about how tough the winters are in various regions of the Redoubt. Most folks simply look to annual snowfall as saying it all. But here is a set of maps showing by county how many winter weather warnings and advisories were issued in a five year period. The results may surprise you.

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Sunday Scenery 7

I spent a few years in a segment of the military where guys would throw themselves into their work for 12-16 hour days, seven days a week, trying to be the best at what they did. Many burned out. When I was new, a senior peer gave me the advice:

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OR State is Out Too…

In my recent article about why we removed that eastern strip of WA and OR, I mainly focused on problems in WA. But recent news and older news shows why OR isn’t much better.

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The Leftist Creed

This humorous poem was written in 1993 by a British journalist. Definitely worth a laugh, but as you read, think about how many folks you know who really believe some of these things. When folks see fundamentals of reality so differently, it explains a lot about the deep divisions in our culture…

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Sunday Scenery 6

I still see snow-capped mountains every time I step out my door in the morning. It’s the sort of view which for most of my life I figured, “People only get that in the movies, or if they are ridiculously rich.” I’m not in either category, but these kinds of sights from the house are what is called, “Living the dream.”

Are you living the dream yet? If not, what are you waiting for?

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First World Problems

Two articles I recently saw on the same day really hammered home why America is going through the terminal pain we see around us. Too many are so focused on individual “trees” in the first world that they’ve totally lost sight of the “forest” outside of their comfortable borders.

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Choose Your Ammo

I did a careful analysis when I made my original duty ammo selections. Recently, I found a firearms test facility expanding the data out there and was pleased to see my selections performing well. Whether you already have cases of ammo or are trying to decide on a first purchase, take a look at these two sites to see what bullets work and which ones don’t.

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Civil Forfeiture: Equitable Sharing

I recently touched on civil forfeiture concerns as a tangent to the security of your bank accounts from government seizure. The abyss goes deeper when we add in “equitable sharing” regulations, but there is a solution.

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What’s Up With Trump?

Several folks have personally asked my opinion on the Trump/Syria/Korea/Kushner stuff and if this means Trump has already rolled over to play dead Republican like the RINO’s and Neocons. Response: Don’t fall for the MSM sleight-of-hand distractions.

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Sunday Scenery 5

With the Sunday Scenery series, I try to refrain from telling you what ought to be most important in your life. It’s up to you. But on the occasion of Easter, allow me to make an unexpected suggestion.

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