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The Smell of Liberal Utopia

Just when you think the news can’t get any weirder, a headline like this comes out of an SJW sanctuary. You can’t make satire out of these guys anymore, because the truth is already ridiculous.

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How to Beat Inflation

Inflation is a big problem in the modern globalist economy. Much bigger than official government stats are willing to admit…which is why we keep the ShadowStats figures on the sidebar here. How can you survive inflation?

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A Year of Redoubt Patriotism

Happy Independence Day! This day not only marks another year of American Independence, but a day to reflect on Patriotism I’ve seen in the Redoubt since the previous 4th of July. [Update added afternoon of 04JUL.]

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Denver Goes 3rd World For Illegals

Recent news from Denver goes to show how far the left will reach to protect criminals and abuse its own constituents. We’ve previously highlighted the problem of embracing lawlessness in “Sanctuary Cities” but this takes it to a new level.

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How To Homeschool

We’ve gotten a few inquiries from folks interested in eventually homeschooling their kids as part of a strategic relocation, yet neither parent has any background in it and they are uncertain where to begin or if they have what it takes. Here’s a few starter tips on how to do it, and how to get into it if you decide it is right for your family.

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Utopia or Warzone?

Just came across some startling graphics that will have you rethinking the big city. I knew they were violent, but you probably didn’t realize just how violent.

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Sunday Scenery 14

Do you take a day to rest from your labors and the big city rat-race? If you relocated to the Redoubt and saw a view like this every morning before heading to work, how much more rested, relaxed, and content would you be? And even better than other regions of the country with great scenery, the government tends to leave us alone in the Redoubt. Patriotic freedom is in the air in this picture.

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Sunday Scenery 13

This scene is a railbed converted to a bike trail in mid-Idaho. There are several miles like this. If you relocated to a homestead nearby, you’d be hidden…but close enough to enjoy recreation like this on a regular basis. Think of the views you and your family could see while riding this trail. It would never get boring.

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Liberals With Guns

So you’ve probably seen the news everywhere about the latest mass shooting. Calls for tighter gun control are sure to follow. There are two key warnings to take to heart in this.

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Sunday Scenery 12

Many folks wonder if there are properties where they can set up a personal shooting range. Well, what’s the range of your weapon? If you had a parcel with a property line somewhere on the pictured field or at the foot of the mountain, will the bullets you practice with even fly that far? For pistol, shotgun, and smaller rifles, no problem. For long range rifles, better own part of that mountainside and you’re set.

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British Islamophobia

I’ve been trying to take a break from current events and focus on survival solutions. However, the liberal progressive insanity can only pile so high before we are forced to take a step back and say, “Wow. Just, wow.” Let’s take a look at what’s been happening in Britain this year, and ask if America is hurtling down the same path.

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Sunday Scenery 11

Here’s a view from Hayden Lake, ID. There ARE towns and roads out here, but we don’t tend to focus on them for the scenery. If our readers wanted to see the city, they probably wouldn’t be reading here. Can you picture yourself waking to this view each day? Or perhaps the view from one of those houses or hilltops in the distance?

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Financial Armageddon Is Certain

My last post focused on Denninger’s discussion of nutrition and how it was good news for those seeking to produce their own food on a homestead. But I also hinted that he touched on dire financial figures for the future of the US economy. Here are some of the numbers. If you have only 5-10 years to become self-sufficient, what should you be doing right now?

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Homestead and Healthcare Nutrition

Karl Denninger has been on an ongoing rant about US healthcare costs. A lot of fun reading, a lot of thoughtful points. But what does this mean for survival and preparedness folks? The connection is actually great news.

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Product Review: Liberator Rocket Stove

We recently posted an article detailing the concept behind rocket heaters and how you could build one yourself. There’s plenty of info around the net. But how about a detailed review of an actual rocket heater in action? I’ve gotten several requests for that. Here you go.

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Sunday Scenery 10

This is a scene of incredible mountain views. If you are thinking that it’s very uncommon for a retreat to have views at this altitude, you’re right. This is just the sort of more amazing view you can hike to from the almost-as-amazing-view at your retreat or homestead.

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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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