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Category Archives: CPT

Oath Keepers offers volunteer protection to ICE and Border Patrol families after radical leftists threaten them and their children. Attention all ICE and Border Patrol agents and families: Oath Keepers has your back.   We have thousands of highly trained and experienced police and military veterans in every state of the Union who would be […]

As long as people have been venturing out into the wilderness and getting lost, there have been those that have felt compelled to go save them. Usually these are individuals that have specialized training, skills, equipment, and the courage to venture into the worst possible terrain, at the worst possible times, in the worst possible […]

James Wong is a scientist and a gardener. He grows plants that he turns into medicine. Anyone can do the same. For thousands of years. humankind has known the value of plants that have healing properties. Medicinal herbs were in every medicine chest until the last hundred years, or so, when pharmaceutical companies began synthesizing […]

Esther Emery of Fouch Family Off Grid has been making homesteading videos for several years. In the following videos she shows us how to make herbal shampoo and two different tinctures;one from feverfew and one from nettle. The third video is her telling us why she uses herbal medicines. [ot-video type=”youtube” url=”https://youtu.be/Ib9ZcTJKvlk”] [ot-video type=”youtube” url=”https://youtu.be/Kllpb9mmtpY”] […]

By Faye Higbee – Oct 28, 2017 – Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children Puerto Rico is struggling under a desperate need for medical help, that in some cases is not happening. We spoke with a disaster relief worker who explained some of the issues that are creating havoc…they were described to us as “humanitarian crimes.” The fight to get medical […]

By Faye Higbee – Oct. 26, 2017 – Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children The humanitarian crisis continues in Puerto Rico- is there something nefarious standing in the way of actual help? Shipments of aid have been blocked from reaching the west side of the island, and inexpensive flights into Puerto Rico have been difficult to find. There are literally tons of […]

By Dr. Jennifer McQuade, for the Houston Chronicle | on October 25, 2017 Four days after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, volunteer medical relief was critically important. But 33 days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, volunteer medical relief continues to be critically important to the island. It should not be this way. This is not […]