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The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook: 179 Things To Do 'Til The Revolution

Claire Wolfe is back and has expanded her original 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution to 179 thought-and-action items. Some will work for nearly everyone. Some are for those who are more radical. Some are serious. Some are fun. All of them will shore up the privacy barrier that's being eroded - if not downright blasted away - by the Patriot Act, by corporate "Little Brotherism", and by other laws and regulations. Better yet, Claire will inspire you to free your own Inner Outlaw and kick tyrant butt so you can win back freedom. The choices you make are up to you. But if you've been sitting back waiting for the water to get a little hotter before you jump out of the big government, total control vat, Claire gives you 179 tools to help you plan and work.

Paperback: 210 pages

Publisher: Paladin Press (July 1, 2007)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1581605781

ISBN-13: 978-1581605785

Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 0.5 x 10.9 inches

Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)

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Here is a list of almost 200 things to do 'til the revolution. The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook advocates that the country is mid-way between a revolt against a non-working system and compliance within that system. The ideal citizen may be obedient to such an order, but not Claire Wolfe: her Freedom Outlaw's Handbook tells how to confront tyranny to win back small freedoms, from learning how to keep private information out of the public eye to preparing for the worst possibilities. At once hard-hitting and occasionally funny.

If you want to live a private life and/or be self-reliant, this is one of the books you must read and hold onto. Add it to your library. This is an excellent reference tool. The subjects inside are eye-opening and thought provoking.Learn why you should NOT just go with the flow. This book will teach you how to organize your affairs, prepare for unexpected hardships that always seem to pop up, and be a good neighbor. You will learn why individual freedom and liberty are so important (if you don't know already) and how to preserve yours. You will learn what you can do and what you shouldn't waste your time with when you get frustrated with the way the politicians are running things.There are plenty of references to sites online where you can find helpful freebies--like PGP encryption software downloads (without the built-in backdoors that the feds can use to discover your favorite secret family recipes).I didn't get my copy back from the person I loaned it to, but, to me, it's worth buying again, and I will be soon.

Claire Wolfe has a gift for distilling the most mind-numbing issues into easily-digestible & understandable bites of information.Claire makes the whole freedom vs statism topic accessible. Yes, there's a definite spin on the information: This lady is passionate about YOUR freedom.If you suspect that you are not, in fact, as free as you could be -- get this book!If you are comfortable in your fantasy that the expert elites only have your best interests at heart -- don't waste your time. Such a dose of distilled reality could be hazardous to your delusions. You might actually find yourself examining your own belief system For you, it would be better to just relax and let talking heads and academics do your thinking for you.

All in all, this is an excellent book that is well worth the price. Some of the entries on self-reliance and promoting freedom are fabulous and the book provides plenty of links and resources for further information. Many times, I found myself putting the book down to go to the computer and follow up on an idea or product. It should be noted, however, that readers should be careful in their approach. Fun With Superglue and other segments dealing with fake ID's could get you in significant trouble for little benefit. One of the most valuable aspects of this book was that it made me think about practical aspects of Freedom and Revolution. At what point do we, as Freedom-Loving Americans, get off the couch and take the steps necessary to remove an irrevocably corrupt government? This book will open your mind and expand your horizons.

An excellent introduction to pro-freedom/pro-individual ideas by one of my favorite writers. Forget politics and take responsibility for yourself.

I want to apologize for not giving this book five stars. I feel guilty not doing it. I'm a huge Claire Wolfe fan, and loved the heck out of this book.So why the missing star? Because 179 is a bit of a stretch. She could have called it 150, and I would have bought it, loved it, and given it five star. But 179 is disingenuous.Rather than The 5,000 Year Leap, Mr. Glen Beck should be shilling this book on his radio and television programs. Do you really distrust the system and want to derail the monolithic state? Here is a handy primer of dirty tricks to assist in monkey-wrenching the beast.I know I didn't give this book five stars (sorry, Claire!) but I can't recommend it strongly enough, and suggest you pick up a copy or three while the presses are still free.

Good reading. I highly recommend this book to anyone that thinks the government is out to get them, to anyone that thinks the government is not out to get them, or any who is just curious about how either of the two aforementioned type of people think, should think, or don't think. You get to form your own opinions and they are not trying to sway you either way, just providing information from past experiences and knowledge. Learning from other people's experiences is always a good thing, even if you don't agree it opens your thoughts up to the unknown.

After a hiatus, Claire Wolfe has returned, and updated her two prior classics, _101 Things_ and _Don't Shoot The Bastards Yet._ If you liked those books, you'll love this one.While her priorities are not my own on everything, I can recommend this book very highly indeed.

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