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Freedom Of Speech: Can You Really Say Anything You Want?

Image source: Pixabay.com If there is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment, it is that government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable.        — Justice William Brennan, Texas v. Johnson (1989) What is the liberty of the press? Who can give it […]

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3 ‘Survival Breads’ The Pioneers Made Without An Oven

Image source: Charles Marion Russell   Baking bread usually requires an oven. But what do you do when you’re a pioneer living in the 1800s — and you don’t have an oven? Simple. You use a frying pan, or twist the dough around a stick or make a version of cornbread on the metal side […]

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Homestead Cash: 23 Perennials & Biennials You Can Raise For Profit

Goji berry. Image source: aoma.edu Homesteaders are always on the lookout for ways to be sustainable – and if possible, make some money. One great way to do this is to sell perennials and biennials. Selling plants is one step up from just saving your own. In today’s world, we should feel a duty to […]

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‘Let’s Get Rid of Mount Rushmore’; Anti-Confederate Movement Spreads To Founders

Image source: Pixabay.com The attack on statues of Confederate leaders has now spread to the Founding Fathers and even Abraham Lincoln. Op-Eds and news articles around the web chronicle proposals and actual efforts to erase America’s history from the public square. Some of the most disturbing efforts include: Blasting Mount Rushmore “Let’s Get Rid of […]

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Drowning In Tomatoes? Try Something Different This Year.

Image source: Pixabay.com If you’re a home gardener about to drown in tomatoes rolling in off the vines and demanding to be consumed before they go bad, hang on. Here comes a life preserver! Everyone knows the delectable bliss of cutting up a perfectly ripe red tomato and enjoying the slices simply seasoned with salt […]

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American Homesteaders Are Growing Rice. Here’s How They Do It.

Image source: Pixabay.com In the western part of the world when people consider growing their own staple grains, they generally think of wheat or oats. Rice is predominantly grown in eastern countries, but that’s largely due to historical preference. Rice can be easily grown on a small homestead, even in cold climates. While rice is […]

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An Off-Grid Life Without Money

Imagine living an off-grid life and needing cash only a few times a year – say, those handful of times when you go to town. For all but one day each month, you don’t even need your wallet. That’s the life for off-gridder J. David Cox, who along with his wife Sally ditched the city […]

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The Idiot-Proof Guide To Making Mozzarella Cheese

Image source: Pixabay.com We don’t know who made the first cheese, but they managed to find some interesting ingredients along the way. One is rennet and the other is citric acid. You can assume that lemon juice is citric acid, but it doesn’t deliver the same outcome as powdered citric acid (although our ancient ancestors […]

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Now They’re Removing Confederate Monuments in CEMETERIES

NBC Los Angeles   The attacks on monuments to the Confederacy and its leaders continued this week – even extending to a Los Angeles cemetery. Under pressure, the Long Beach Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy removed Wednesday a six-foot granite monument to Confederate veterans from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, […]

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5 All-Natural Weed Killers, Straight From Your Kitchen (No. 2 Will Kill ANYTHING)

Image source: Pixabay.com Weeds — they creep up in your garden, sneak through the cracks in the sidewalk, and make it a point to grow everywhere that’s inconvenient to reach. The easy-out, of course, is to reach for a bottle of store-bought herbicide. Readily available and modestly priced, it’s no wonder that many home gardeners […]

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