In is listener feedback Monday so I am back with another great round of your questions, comments and current event feed back. Today we have some cool questions on things like a first gun for that woman in your life, storing guns on a budget, property tax freedom, storing food, dehydrating veggies and more.
Tune in today as we discuss…
- Is a 22 a good first handgun for a new shooter, is it useful for self defense
- What is the best budget friendly way to store and protect long arms
- What is the big deal wit GMO food, one scientist says we are all nuts for even worrying about it
- Will North Dakota soon get rid of property taxes, it could happen
- What are the paint style cans I use for storing food, where do you get them
- What are the penalties for withdrawal from ROTH 401Ks and ROTH IRAs
- How good is High Mowing Organic Seed’s service, one listener says AWESOME
- When is it time to begin ignoring laws in favor of practical preparedness
- Any downside to “universal” rechargeable batteries
- What is the difference between inflation and supply and demand, one “expert” doesn’t have a clue
- How do you know when to buy, sell or refinance a house (an answer no economist will ever give you)
Resources for Today’s Show
- Members Support Brigade
- The Berkey Guy – (sponsor of the day)
- MURS-Radio.com– (sponsor of the day)
- Scientist Says GMO’s are Just Swell – But doesn’t know Monsanto makes chemicals or that there is proof of organ damage due to GMO corn.
- Monsanto’s Product Line – From there own site, see any chemicals?
- North Dakota May Ban Property Taxes
- Gold Lined FDA Approved Paint Cans from The Cary Company – No you do not need nor should you buy a can closer, use a 4 dollar rubber mallet.
- Sanyo Eneloop Rechargeable Battery System
- Inflation Low, But Deflation No – Unfortunately this author doesn’t know the difference between supply and demand and inflation or deflation
- Excalibur Dehydrators
- Ron Hood’s Survival.com Magazine
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