Author Archives: Daisy Luther

Depravity, Frivolity, and Dissent: Are We Watching the End of an Empire?

A 40-year-old essay predicted the end of an empire and current events sure make it look like we’re watching it happen in real time. Don’t forget to follow the D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. PLEASE help spread the word … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Women Who Want Gun Control

Dear Women Who Are Fighting for Gun Control: Don’t forget to follow the D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. PLEASE help spread the word by sharing our articles on your favorite social networks.

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6 Questions About the Vegas Massacre That Will Make You Wonder What They’re Hiding

You know, I tried to keep from going full-on tinfoil with the Las Vegas massacre, but they’re making that completely impossible. Don’t forget to follow the D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. PLEASE help spread the word by sharing our … Continue reading

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If a North Korean EMP Could Kill 90% of Americans in a Year, Why Did the DoD Just Defund the Congressional EMP Commission?

At a House hearing Thursday, experts warned members of Congress that a North Korean EMP attack could kill 90% of Americans within one year, calling it an “existential threat.” But despite this looming crisis, the Department of Defense has decided … Continue reading

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The Pneumonic Plague Killed 50 Million People in the Middle Ages and Now It’s Back

Very little sounds more unsettling than the risk of catching “the plague” but most of us think this is just something that was around during the Middle Ages because of poor hygiene. Unfortunately, that’s incorrect, and to prove it, there … Continue reading

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WARNING: There Is Going to be an Attempted Communist Revolution on Nov. 4

There could be more trouble than we ever imagined headed our way on November 4th when a bunch of folks who aren’t happy about Trump and Pence attempt to overthrow the government in a Communist revolution. Don’t forget to follow … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico: What It’s Really Like After the SHTF

Things are dire in Puerto Rico. We haven’t heard much directly from people there since Hurricane Maria took out power for the entire island, but what we do know is that the situation is desperate. This is a shocking, real-life … Continue reading

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FEMA Director Urges Americans to Develop “a true culture of preparedness” But No One Is Listening

It looks like preppers aren’t that crazy after all. FEMA’s new director, Brock Long, has repeatedly said that Americans do not have a “culture of preparedness,” something that is much-needed with the startling uptick in natural disasters. Long has only … Continue reading

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Are We Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles?

According to some analysts, Americans may be overly confident in our military’s ability to shoot down North Korean missiles if the country were to attempt to strike. Maybe the reason we haven’t shot down North Korea’s test missiles is that … Continue reading

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Survivor Stories: All Hell Has Broken Loose in the Caribbean After Hurricane Irma

Preppers often wonder what it would be like if everything was destroyed in a disaster. After Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean, it didn’t take long before society began to devolve. The stories of survivors tell us that here’s no food, … Continue reading

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Cyber Experts Prove the American Power Grid Has Been Hacked

A report by internet security experts, Symantec, says that a hacking group called Dragonfly 2.0 has gained access to 20 power company networks. The American power grid has been hacked, but for some reason, the culprits restrained themselves from taking … Continue reading

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What To Do If You CAN’T Evacuate Before a Hurricane

There are a lot of people stranded in the areas that are likely to be the hardest hit by Hurricane Irma. While it’s easy to say, “Oh, they should have left earlier” and run through the gamut of blame, the … Continue reading

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Could Hurricane Irma Turn Florida’s Nuclear Plants into an American Fukushima Disaster?

After watching the terrible series of cascading disasters on the Texas Coast after Hurricane Harvey, we know for a fact that the aftermath of a catastrophe can be just as bad (and sometimes worse) than the initial event. There’s a terrifying potential … Continue reading

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5 Epic Disasters Are Looming Over Us Right Now

Doesn’t it seem like all the disasters are coming at us at the same time? Just in case one Don’t forget to follow the D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. PLEASE help spread the word by sharing our articles on … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About North Korea’s Hydrogen Bomb and EMP Capabilities

This weekend, North Korea conducted their most powerful nuclear test ever, with what was believed to be a hydrogen bomb in the northern part of their country. The explosion was so massive that it triggered a man-made earthquake measuring 6.3 … Continue reading

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The World Chooses Sides: The US Dropped Bombs at the North Korean Border

It’s getting real on the Korean peninsula. In an aggressive move, the US dropped bombs at the North Korean border in a joint exercise with South Korean forces, using jets that are capable of carrying out a nuclear strike.  The … Continue reading

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