How to Build a 40 Pound No Heat PVC Bow for Less Than $7
Published on Sep 28, 2013
Hey fellow backyard bowyers!
Yesterday we built the Zombie Slayer bow, a solid and quiet 43 pound bow perfect for dispatching zombies. While it’s a great bow to have, sometimes time isn’t always on your side. Even without painting or finishing, the Zombie Slayer takes about an hour or more to build. At around 5-15 minutes of work time, this bow is great for making quick backups or for building an armory for you and your trusted survivors . . . Continue on youtube
And yet another ‘bill’ signed into law in secret. HR 347. Obama does it again. This time the attack is against the First Amendment and free speech. This new law make ‘No Free Speech” Zones wherever the Secret Service says so. Bye bye Protests. Bye bye Free Speech. Bye bye Constitution.
It’s interesting to note that changing laws etc. state by state seems to be the secret answer as to how to regain our lost freedoms. First the Pot Prohibition Civil War going on between individual states, now state individually returning to safe and sane money. It’s too early to celebrate, but I seem to see fresh change on the horizon. . . . EDITOR
Arizona passes law making gold and silver legal tender
PUBLISHED: 18:38 EST, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:50 EST, 10 April 2013
States are now rushing to push bills through allowing for gold and silver to be recognized as legal tender as politicians fear that the U.S. economy is going to collapse.
The push from states like Arizona, which passed through their House of Representatives on Monday allowing gold and silver to be considered legal tender, comes as conservatives fear that the Federal Reserve is running the country’s economy into a deep hole. . . . Read Complete Report
Gold An Silver May Become Legal Tender Again In Arizona Or Indiana!!!
Published on Feb 22, 2013
The Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday took the first steps to making such coins legal tender in Arizona. SB 1439 would give them the same legal status as the bills and coins authorized by Congress.
Nothing in the proposal by Sen. Chester Crandell, R-Heber, would force anyone to actually accept these coins as payment for any debt. Their use would be voluntary.