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North Carolina vs One Man’s Private Property...

Are government officials upset that someone can survive without them? Thirty years ago, Eustace Conway bought 100 acres in North Carolina with a vision of a self-sufficient, simpler life style. Turtle Island Preserve became his home and livelihood, with income earned by teaching eager groups self-dependence using nothing but the land and their wits. He lives simply without the need for a single government subsidy, program, or hand out. The now 1000 acre settlement is a working, educational farm, with every building and facility made from materials and often forgotten skills once utilized by our pioneering ancestors. This lost art of survival, and simple living is alluring to many in a culture that is consumed with materialism and dependence on the government....

North Carolina vs One Man’s Private Property
posted on: Jul 26, 2013 | author: admin

Citizens Newswire 7/21/13

Citizens Newswire 20130721   A Little Humor To Start Your Day   o Honest, this is funny. Defend Rural America   o Agenda 21 – Will the ecosystem takeover and subsequent charging for access result in population reduction? Some think so. (Jim R) o Agenda 21 – Housing densification is finally being discussed by Fox News. (Rae C) o frogs & toads – The USFWS sent out a press release announcing a 120-day extension to the frogs & toads comment period. http://bit.ly/13BB53U o Prescott/Yarnell fire – This video provides a good perspective on the nature of the fire and winds. (Doug F) Other o Benghazi attack – Survivors forced to sign non-disclosure agreements!?!? (Kevin M) o Eric Holder – Fraud claim against Holder bolstered by...

Citizens Newswire 7/21/13
posted on: Jul 26, 2013 | author: admin