New Year and New You and All That Happy Horseshit


I was trading emails with Pastor Joe Fox of Viking Preparedness recently, and he suggested I repost some of my old Auxiliary articles for folks. Since I always LISTEN to officers, even if I don’t always agree with them, I listened. I decided, in this case, he was correct, so, for my last post of 2018, I’m going to post a couple of old Auxiliary articles, going back as far as 5 or 6 years, on Auxiliary considerations, especially as they pertain to the tribal functions needed for surviving the current slide.

At the end of this, there is some important news for the upcoming year’s goals for us here at Mountain Guerrilla and on the Mosby farm.


Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
(originally posted 28JUL16)

The title of this article is an old proverb that I’ve heard my entire life. Having spent all of my life except the…

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Why I Keep Doing This


As I was typing out my earlier post today, I spent a lot of time thinking about why I continue writing books and this blog. Yes, we’ve made some money from selling books, but it’s not like I’m going to be some non-fiction, tactical Stephen King. I don’t make dick off the blog, since it’s free.

Then, I got the following in an email from a reader (and, to be honest, it is a reader who recently, righteously, berated me for some shortcomings)…and it reminded me why.

There are undoubtedly guys who are more qualified to write hard skills manuals. There are guys who retired with higher pay grades from SF that could be writing these books, and might even do a better job. There are guys with far more time downrange than I got. The problem is, they’re not. So, I have to use my limited, decade of experience…

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