Ted’s essays

the fresh air, full face culture

Those who get their information exclusively from lamestream media receive regular doses of lies, propaganda, fear mongering, terrorism and agenda-driven programming. It has been consolidated, controlled, and contrived to move the masses into various beliefs that suit the purposes of the globalists on their quest for a New World Order. Competing with this is the World Wide Web. This is the home for the remaining investigative reporters of the planet along with the philosophers, resistors, thinkers, and its share of shills cluttering it up with its own blizzard of lies. On the one side you are guaranteed lies about anything of consequence 100% of the time. On the other side it is 50/50 requiring thinking and analysis to separate fact […]

my Brighteon video channel

Over four years ago 27 Internet Big Boys gathered in San Francisco to work out strategies to silence traditional and conservative voices. They support the radical globalist plan for the world, and in fact are primarily funded by the global banking cartels. They met several times since then and continue to ramp up their stifling of free speech. The mainstream media monopoly served their purposes for 75 years, but in an era where intelligent people walk away from that propaganda stream new tactics were needed. As much as possible they will shut down investigative reporting and honest news. The World Wide Web has both their voices and ours. Thinking people work their way through both to arrive at plausible understandings […]

The Bitterroot Bugle Story

I began blogging, that is self-publishing Idaholiberty.com on the Internet in 2007. At the time, I was chairman of the Idaho Libertarian Party, growing it to its largest membership in 35 years, eventually twice a candidate for Idaho governor – very active politically, culturally, and doing my best to share knowledge. “The Blogosphere” seemed like a great tool … still does. In 2013 I found myself no longer tethered to Idaho’s Treasure Valley. Montana’s Bitterroot Valley had caught my interest long before. In March I found a cabin in Conner that was to become our foothold in this area and by June we had completed the move. You can see in my series Post Card From Conner, it is […]

Idaho Liberty .com is moving

It has taken me a long time to reach this decision, but I will be retiring that website. I started blogging in 2007, establishing IdahoLiberty.com as my first website. TedDunlap.net came along several years later as did a couple that came and went. I have been posting almost exactly the same content as IdahoLiberty at Bitterroot Bugle .com since I moved from Idaho in 2013, and reinvigorated that old-time newspaper name from this territory last used in the late 1800s. Ted Dunlap playing with the Grand Canyon in a trombone choir of echoes on one otherwise quiet February 1st morning … utilizing a pitch-adjustable bugle Montana elk bull bugling its territorial claimsI was amazed and thrilled when the first name […]

social media’s social disease

The late August headline was quite public; the subject almost public. The big players seem a bit confused about their popularity, assuming THEY OWN the little people who use their platforms. Facebook, Google and Twitter execs are holding a secret meeting in San Francisco to discuss ways to prevent meddling in 2018 elections Executives from Silicon Valley’s top tech companies will meet on Friday to discuss how to prevent meddling on their platforms during the 2018 midterm elections. Facebook invited a dozen firms to convene at Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco, according to BuzzFeed News, which obtained an email detailing the meeting. This meddling they want to prevent is from those pesky, persistent even, supporters of politicians other than Clintons, […]

3 second attention span

Even a normal toddler can focus for a whole minute, or several minutes even on a single, natural occurrence. Something really fascinating like a butterfly, flower or dog can keep their attention on that single object for several minutes. This can be, and quite often is “FIXED” … at all ages. I was out tonight giving my puppy outdoor playtime before bed. I happened to see a television running in a well-lit room some 20-30 meters away. From that distance one can quickly see the big picture – the details and sound don’t cloud the view. BAM-BAM-BAM the scene changes every 2 to 3 seconds. FLASH-FLASH-FLASH this brightly colored screen keeps eyes on the movement and mind from considering ANYTHING. […]

media monopoly

I really like these short video demonstrations of the media monopoly in action. The elites decide what they want the masses to think. Then proceed with their mass indoctrination. Enjoy your soma. There are a number of them demonstrating that all of the mainstream media run the same programming for the masses. They maintain an illusion of choice and competition, but unless you watch the multiple sources yourself, you don’t catch them at it. I include three of them on this page, but if you want more, YouTube is full of them. Just ask: ttps://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=scripted+news+compilation

happy days

I am not believing in DC magic. I do not expect to see the Potomac Swamp drained. Money, power, vice and corruption will remain far more popular than liberty. BUT, I won’t have to see bits and pieces of that nauseating synchronized show where the Clinton, Obama and Media whores constantly lie to a worshiping audience of trusting souls who I could otherwise happily share Earth with. Photos and quotes from those two disgusting pseudo-humans will finally drop off my news feeds. The media and The White House will be at odds instead of teammates. THAT loss of power is a glorious benefit to the election results if nothing else improves. Not much else is assured, but those are […]

farewell facebook

Maybe I should call it “fakebook”. Nah. Fakebooks are books full of standard charts that musicians use to “fake it” when they don’t have a song down pat. I have several of them… jazz, latin, dixieland… Meanwhile, back on facebook… The Internet, primarily facebook destroyed the drop-dead-certain coronation of Clinton II. The ruling elite and its mainstream media monopoly were so convinced they had it perfectly rigged that Newsweek even printed and distributed a “Hillary Wins!” issue. Boy would I love to have one of those, but they recalled ’em all. However, The Bilderberg Group isn’t inclined to make the same mistake twice. Facebook has to change. They own it too, after all. Zuckerberg isn’t some lucky genius. He is […]

introducing Ted Dunlap for governor

Ravalli Republic reporter Perry Backus visited with me for an hour and a half last Thursday. It was a pleasant, amiable conversation. I felt good about him and trusted his integrity to treat my candidacy fairly. I was right. Towards the end of our chat, Perry suggested I show him “my thinking rock” where he did the clickity-clickity-click-click thing with his full-pro camera. With dozens of photos to choose from, he surely could have caught me looking worse than average. But the photo he published is very nice. The article he wrote, published in over half a dozen syndicated newspapers in Montana, also treats me kindly and respectfully. I really appreciate that … and respect Perry for it. He […]

real presidential debate

Forget the Circus, a real debate is coming to town … nation-wide, that is. The Libertarian Party, often known as “The Party of Principle” is having a debate among their leading candidates for the US Presidential race broadcast nation-wide on television. We are not talking high-rolling showboats, but philosophically based candidates who are well-read and knowledgeable about cultural, economic and political sciences. The debate will be hosted by John Stossel and aired on his weekly show. April 1st, Fox Business Channel, John Stossel show, 6:00pm Mountain time. That will show on Dish network channel 206 and on Direct TV channel 359 I found the schedule from this website: http://www.locatetv.com/person/john-stossel/245383/schedule My ignorance regarding what is on television is nearly complete, but […]

great video

I confess to a certain bias: my daughter created this video. It is excellent in several ways. Watch it for its own sake. For me, I am pleased that she achieved a position of doing what she enjoys, is very good at it, earns a living doing so and that I even know a person who can imagine and create this insight into scientists at work.