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Patriotism Is Alive And Well In Marble Country
Community

Patriotism Is Alive And Well In Marble Country

July 22, 2017 3

For Such A Time As This… Patriotism Is Alive And Well In Marble Country, Washington By Donna Capurso Marble Country, Washington is a small community of Christian Patriots which was founded in 1991. This community […]

Burns Chronicles - Mark McConnell
Burns Chronicles

Burns Chronicles – Mark McConnell

February 26, 2017 0

Burns Chronicles No 44 Mark McConnell by Gary Hunt November 25, 2016 I first interviewed Mark McConnell back in August 2015 That interview was in regard to Parris Frazier and his effort to steal cartel […]

KCSO SEARCHING FOR MISSING COUPLE
Crime

** UPDATE: FOUND ** KCSO SEARCHING FOR MISSING COUPLE

February 18, 2017 0

KCSO SEARCHING FOR MISSING COUPLE **UPDATE: On 2/18/17 at approx. 8:25am, units from the KCSO Volunteer Search and Rescue, in coordination with the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center, located the missing couple inside their vehicle […]

Constitution

The FBI: The Silent Terror of the Fourth Reich

February 11, 2017 2

The FBI: The Silent Terror of the Fourth Reich By John W. Whitehead “After five years of Hitler’s dictatorship, the Nazi police had won the FBI’s seal of approval.”— Historian Robert Gellately Lately, there’s been […]

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MAGA

These Democrats Voted To Ban Muslims

January 31, 2017 0

These 73 sitting Democrats voted to ban visas from some Muslim countries. That law still exists. Trump’s executive order is so modest that the foundation of it is essentially existing law. That law was passed […]

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Burns Chronicles

Burns Chronicles – Will Kullman (Night Hawk)

January 14, 2017 0

Burns Chronicles No 51 William “Will” Kullman (Night Hawk) by Gary Hunt December 28, 2016 Jon Ritzheimer had put out a call for more people to come to the Refuge, shortly after the occupation on […]

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Homesteading

Hard apple cider is the perfect home brew project

October 12, 2016 0

Cider gets its start in America The apple was one of the earliest crops imported by English and Western European colonists. The first documented colonial cultivated apple trees were planted in Boston as early as […]

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Bonner County

A Constitution Day to be Proud of in North Idaho

September 19, 2016 0

A Constitution Day to be Proud of in North Idaho By Donna Capurso September 17th, 2016, Constitution Day, was celebrated at the Bonner County Fairgrounds and even though there was heavy rain starting early, it […]

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