Month: February 2018

Horseradish the easy way

The Dread Ilk known as Doom axes: I think you suggested you grow horseradish? I would like to do that as well… While speaking with my mother, though, she said she is done with the stuff. Neither love nor money could convince her to work with it. Hard to process, and akin to working with mace, she suggested. So, if you have horseradish, and you do process it, is there a better way? Horseradish is about the easiest thing in the world to grow. In fact, if you start growing it, you may never stop whether you wish or...

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Rudyard Kipling Meets a Red Pilled Woman

Editor’s note:  The following is excerpted from Letters of Travel (1892-1913), by Rudyard Kipling.  All spelling in the original.   All that day the two paced the deck with the absorbed insolence of lovers; and, lover-like, each would steal away and tell me what a splendid soul was his companion. That was one type; but there were others—professional men who did not make or sell things—and these the hand of an all-exacting Democracy seemed to have run into one mould. They were not reticent, but no matter whence they hailed, their talk was as standardised as the fittings of...

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Medal of Honor: Corporal Jake Allex

Editor’s Note: As stated last week, each Tuesday, we will share the actual citation that explains the Medal of Honor recipient. This week, we remember Cpl. Jake Allex. Citation: At a critical point in the action, when all the officers with his platoon had become casualties, Cpl. Allex took command of the platoon and led it forward until the advance was stopped by fire from a machinegun nest. He then advanced alone for about 30 yards in the face of intense fire and attacked the nest. With his bayonet he killed 5 of the enemy, and when it was...

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Undercover Gardening: Mulching with Shredded Paper

Most gardeners who use raised beds quickly fall in love with mulches.  A thick layer of mulch on top of the soil preserves moisture, suppresses weed growth, and can even add nutrients to the soil all year long.  A good mulch can reduce your garden “maintenance” time by half. But what’s the best material to use for mulch? You can buy a plastic or cloth sheet mulch that suppresses everything but your plants.  In recent years, wood chips have gained popularity. Chopped straw is effective but can be expensive. Shredded leaves are an old standby that never goes out...

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Men of The West seeks to clarify the issues of the day and build a community of like minded men who worship Jesus Christ. To unify them across Christendom to steel them against the barbarians who are either at the gates, or already inside them. We will celebrate, defend, and expand Western Civilization and the values and traditions that created it.

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