"The government is good at one thing...it knows how to break your legs, and then hand you a crutch and say, 'See, if it weren't for the government you wouldn't be able to walk'." -- Harry Browne
Use Your Skills to Make Quick Cash
Here are a few ideas you can try:
Donate Plasma for Quick Cash
You did not say how much cash or how soon you need it, but this may work for you. You can donate Plasma, not blood, on a weekly basis. They pay you something like $25 or more on the spot, each time you donate, so you can see how this would add up. It takes about 45 minutes to an hour each time. They extract your blood, remove the plasma, and then put the blood back in. I knew many people who did this back in college for easy spending money. Call your local hospital for information on where the nearest blood bank is located.
Quick Cash Idea: Be a Ref!
If you know anything about a sport, look into becoming an official. I officiate basketball and earned an extra $3000 in two months last year. This was all from doing grade school and middle school games. In my area, you earn $15 to $30 a game for these levels of play up to $55 a game for HS Varsity. A game usually lasts about an hour and there are games every night of the week and all day long on weekends. Many times, you get paid in cash the same day.
My suggestions would be to look into basketball or soccer first. They are played year-round and start young with boys and girls. After that, I would suggest volleyball since it is also played year-round, but it is mainly still only a girl's sport in many areas. Baseball is the most expensive to do with the initial costs of the protective equipment.
When people die in the wilderness it is rarely from starvation. In fact, finding food is not your top priority nor even the second in importance. Long before a lack of food would have killed them, people are dead from not being able to maintain their proper body temperature or from dehydration. Accidents and injuries cause more deaths than starvation as well.
With that in mind, here is the general ranking of survival priorities. Of course every situation is unique, so think carefully about what is most important in your particular circumstances.
1. Address Immediate Threats
This means the obvious. You need to stop bleeding, escape that killer moose or bear, and get out of a raging river before you drown. The latter reminds us of the often-repeated rule: You can live three minutes without oxygen, three days without water, and three weeks (possibly three months) without food.
2. Find Shelter
Making or finding shelter is almost always more important than finding food or even water. That's because... (Continued in Chapter 10 of A Survival Guide for Interesting Times, one of the books in The Secrets Package.)
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Jurors Can Judge the Law - Judges, lawyers and others in the justice system tell jurors they may only judge the facts in the case, and not let their opinion of the law, their conscience, or the motives of the defendant affect their decision. This lie is told because authorities don't want to lose control of the process of "justice" to mere citizens. "Jury nullification of law," as it is sometimes called, has been a recognized right since... Part of The Secrets Package. Why not go get it today?
State of America
By Bob Bauman,
That’s one of the main reasons the United States was founded – so that there would be a land where people were free, governed by the rule of law, not by the whims of men. It’s why this country used to be called the “land of the free.”
But over the years Americans slowly have been stripped of what we thought to be unalienable rights – the very freedoms that made the United States the greatest nation on Earth.
Yet, every year the U.S. State Department has the audacity to issue a report describing what it sees as the oppressive policies of other countries, the lack of due process in Russia and Iran, or the countless human rights violations in North Korea and China. Of course the report fails to mention the actions by our own government and its officials that violate individual human rights.
The general attitude of the U.S. government towards the financial conduct of Americans…certain operative assumptions that are now in use from top-ranking officials, right down through the millions of tedious bureaucratic paper shufflers. Here are just a few:
1) You are guilty until you prove your innocence; the attitude of the Internal Revenue Service, and almost every other regulatory agency;
2) You have no right to personal or financial privacy; the government has the right to know everything about you thanks to the 2001 PATRIOT Act;
3) Any attempt to save on taxes is viewed as tax evasion, not legal tax avoidance;
4) You have no right to offshore financial or banking privacy; thanks to FATCA - Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act;
5) You may have a right to expatriation in theory, but the exit tax will confiscate much of what you own if you leave, just as the Jews who escaped from Nazi Germany.
And here are some of the current illegal and unconstitutional actions of our government:
2) Warrantless searches: the president can order warrantless surveillance, force companies and organizations to turn over information on citizens’ finances, communications and associations; the FBI uses “national security letters” signed by an FBI agent not by a judge.
3) Secrecy: the government uses secret legal arguments to support secret court proceedings using secret evidence.
4) U.S. military now acts as domestic police; militarization of local police SWAT teams. Aerial police spy drones are now in routine use with 30,000 authorized by Congress by 2020.
5) War crimes: federal courts are denied the power to investigate or prosecute crimes under Nuremberg principles of international law.
6) Continual monitoring: President Obama claims he can use GPS devices to monitor every move of targeted citizens without securing a court order or review.
It was Rahm Emanuel, at the time president-elect Obama’s appointed Chief of Staff, on November 21, 2008, who told the Wall Street Journal: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”
Interestingly, Emanuel’s words came only weeks after German Interior Minister Wolfgang Schäuble warned in a Der Spiegel magazine interview that the 2008 global financial crisis would have political repercussions, noting that Adolf Hitler rose to power following the 1929 Wall Street crash.
"We learned from the worldwide economic crisis of the 1920s and 1930s that an economic crisis can result in an incredible threat for all of society. The consequence of that depression was Adolf Hitler and, indirectly, World War II and Auschwitz."
Have we learned nothing at all from history?
“Until the next revolution”, the Poor Man