If you are not already involved in trying to make the world a better, freer place, “property rights” is a good place to start. ~MFP
Getting Out of Dodge: Different Types of Bug Out Bags, Different People, and Different Needs
The Commonsense Property Rights Coalition will meet Monday August 7 at 6 pm according to co-chairman Kevin Jotz. The special guest of the evening will be Dawn McPherson, and herbal medicine expert.
“Dawn is going to share he knowledge of bug out bags, the backpacks designed to help a person get home or to a place of safety after an emergency situation. She will show both her bag and her husbands, with an explanation of the different types of things each carries, and how long they are intended to last the individual user” Jotz said.
There will also be a discussion of the upcoming Soldiers and Sailors Reunion in Mammoth Spring and taxes in Oregon County. Anyone interested in property rights, constitutional rights, self reliance and homesteading is invited to attend, and many members come early to enjoy the fine food at Fred’s. For more information call 417-264-2435.
For many people, cannabis or cannabis oil are the only things that can really give them relief, or a possible cure, from debilitating or fatal diseases. At this point, I will state without hesitation, if a family member were diagnosed with cancer, we would move to Colorado and work with people there that know how to set up protocols to treat cancer. There are entirely too many positives for health benefits and the only thing that is threatened by marijuana is the overly bloated and toxic pharmaceutical industry and the revenue generation/prison industry who are profiting because of it being illegal. It just galls me personally that there is help for so many that is natural and it is immoral to prevent people who would benefit from using this help……….
Missouri Medical Marijuana Bill
If you’re not familiar with the FIJA, I would ask that you go to their website and become familiar with the issue. It is the way that Prohibition on alcohol was really ended. They couldn’t get enough juries to convict, so the “law” became basically unenforceable. Yet in today’s court climate, everything is about plea bargaining and never actually getting peers apprised of the issues involving charges against the accused unless it is a heinous crime. Also important to note, most states have made jury duty incredibly difficult to do without intensive financial hardship.
Here is the story link froman email I was sent by someone from the FIJA…I hope you take the time to read and contemplate the issue:
Fully Informed Jury And Medical Marijuana Case
I have toyed with the idea of enrolling in one of these studies for years. While well aware of the dangers of the “drugs” that they will be testing on you. (The results from these studies is so bad that half of them are routinely just thrown away and not included as actually happening- which tells me these safely studies” are close to useless.) This one looks promising as it is a “nutritional supplement” but alas there is an age limit that disqualifies me. I’ll keep looking the money can be pretty good, often over $200 a day.
I think I first heard Doreen, as a guest on Joyce Riley’s radio show a few years back. Then she had her own radio show for awhile. She heads the Property Rights Coalition, farms, is a mother, and is an amazing person that spends a lot of time educating us about government encroachment on our right to farm, and to grow food……
I am currently twisting her arm to write for us when she gets the time.
She is also considering organizing a Missouri foods rights organization modeled after the one in Maine that has been in the news the past few years.
Her current blog:
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