Submitted by Milt Shalla and Jerry Trollinger Those of us who went to the meeting expecting to hear JoAnn Fleming were not disappointed, despite the fact that she was called away by a family tragedy. We had Ray Myers of the Kaufman TEA Party instead, and … [Read more] about Canton Tea Party News: Invasion USA
Printed in the October 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan By Kerry Cartier, the Disaster Guy “I heard of a local guy who has 347 guns,” Red said. “He’s prepared for any … [Read more] about Self-Defense without Guns?
By Milt Shalla and Jerry Trollinger If you are like me, you are probably feeling pretty helpless to do anything about the disintegration of institutions we had such confidence in not that many years ago. The speaker, Art Bedford, at the Canton TEA Party … [Read more] about Canton Tea Party News: What Are YOUR Rights?
Printed in the October 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan By Luke Clayton Luke Clayton, Outdoors EditorFor the past five years, my friend Larry Large and I have outfitted elk and bear hunts on a ranch located in northern Colorado, not far from Wyoming’s … [Read more] about Exciting Times in the Mountains
Printed in the September Issue of The Northeast Texan By Peggy Rogers This year, we experienced cooler than normal spring and summer weather, but that is behind us and we are moving into the fall of the year. Yes, the 90 degree plus weather has been … [Read more] about Mary, Mary quite the farmer, how does your garden grow?
Printed in the September 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan By Thomas H. Duke Photo by Timna RutledgeAs we have seen, the new man in Christ sheds the polluting habits of the old man, as one sheds filthy clothing. The first three Beatitudes describe this … [Read more] about HAPPY ARE THE DESPERATE
By Kerry Cartier, The Disaster Guy Printed in the September 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan Photo found on Pinterest “Say, Disaster Guy, do you think I ought to buy one of them 72-hour kits?” Red … [Read more] about Make a $20 72-Hour Survival Kit
Printed in the September 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan By Charl Rae Cobb "We'll catch and cook our own dinner." Ahhhh... the sublime image of a family "getting back to nature", of self reliance, or reconnecting with history.... Most … [Read more] about The Hidden Danger
Printed in the September 2014 Issue of The Northeast Texan By Luke Clayton, Outdoors Editor I used to think the word hunt was inappropriate for describing the pursuit of dove. To my way of thinking, shoot was much better suited. After all, one … [Read more] about Season Opening for Dove
By Kerry Cartier, the Disaster Guy “Disaster Guy, you want to help folks prepare for and survive disasters,” Red said. “Why are you doing this in East … [Read more] about Dallas/East Texas Has Highest Disaster Risk in the Country