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Can a man still be proud to be an American? - Ask a Man #005 - The Wolf & Iron Podcast
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Can a man still be proud to be an American? - Ask a Man #005 - The Wolf & Iron Podcast

by Mike Yarbrough August 06, 2018

Ask a Man is back! Brandon McConnell and Mike Yarbrough answer your questions. One listener asks “How can a man still be proud to be an American, considering the state of things?” We also ask the question “Is Nationalism dead?” and get into some ‘Merica stuff.

Key Topics The return of Ask a ...

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Judging a Man by His Apples
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Judging a Man by His Apples

by Mike Yarbrough May 25, 2016

Men, we are judged by our work, both at the office or in our businesses, but also the work in our families. How are we caring for our orchard at home? Let us consider this metaphor in judging a man by his apples.

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Captains of Industry: Chris and Jason Angelini of American Bench Craft
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Captains of Industry: Chris and Jason Angelini of American Bench Craft

by Mike Yarbrough February 15, 2016

There has certainly been an upwards trend in handcrafted, American made goods. The return of the artisan man, the shop owner, the leather worker has come about at a most unexpected time. Industrialization has become so commonplace that true craftsmanship is now a novelty, and perhaps more appreciated than it was during the ...

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Why Ted Cruz has My Vote
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Why Ted Cruz has My Vote

by Mike Yarbrough January 18, 2016

“Because power corrupts, society’s demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases.” – John Adams, Founding Father & 2nd US President, 1735-1826

If you have spent any time on Wolf & Iron you certainly know that I am a fan of history. I love ...

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Our Sacred Honor
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Our Sacred Honor

by Mike Yarbrough January 15, 2016

“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” – The Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776

The loss of manliness in our present era may be summed ...

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Christmas in the North Platte Canteen
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Christmas in the North Platte Canteen

by Mike Yarbrough December 14, 2015

“Don’t you know the war’s on, Everything is rationed, How ’bout that jive, keep me alive?” – Nat King Cole, If You Can’t Smile and Say Yes, 1945

Just 10 days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941, the U.S. had begun mobilizing troops in preparation ...

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How to Make Acorn Coffee
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How to Make Acorn Coffee

by Mike Yarbrough October 07, 2015

I had a reason for wanting to try some sort of coffee substitute, and, as it turns out, acorn coffee is not bad. The final result has an earthy, nutty, charred aroma, not unlike coffee, with chocolate undertones. Here is a simple guide on how to make your own acorn coffee.

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Man of the Month: Harry Houdini – Part 1 – The Handcuff King
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Man of the Month: Harry Houdini – Part 1 – The Handcuff King

by Mike Yarbrough September 07, 2015

“I am a great admirer of mystery and magic. Look at this life – all mystery and magic.” – Harry Houdini, Magician, Escape Artist, & Actor, 1874-1926

The year is 1906. A young escape artist known as Harry Houdini — or simply Houdini — slides along with the Detroit river ...

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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 2 – The 20th Century to Today
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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 2 – The 20th Century to Today

by Mike Yarbrough August 14, 2015

“The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1841-1935

The following article is a guest post from Erik Hill. Read the ...

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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 1 – Westward to the Civil War
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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 1 – Westward to the Civil War

by Mike Yarbrough August 13, 2015

“Coffee is the common man’s gold, and like gold it brings to every man the feeling of luxury and nobility. Coffee differs from pure, gentle milk only in its taste and colour. Take time in your preparation of coffee and God will be with you and bless you and ...

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TRThursday: The Old Lion is Dead – Theodore Roosevelt Dies
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TRThursday: The Old Lion is Dead – Theodore Roosevelt Dies

by Mike Yarbrough August 06, 2015

As I sit here writing the final article in our wonderful #TRThursday series, I find myself a bit emotional thinking about the man, Roosevelt, his last many adventures, his death, and the impact that such a character has had on history. Many, including myself, will chide his presidency as being one of progressive policies that altered ...

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TRThursday: The Things that Will Destroy America
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TRThursday: The Things that Will Destroy America

by Mike Yarbrough July 30, 2015

While Theodore Roosevelt got a number of things wrong as president, he had great insight into what makes America strong or weak, and his words can easily be applied to any nation. Time and again, he enjoined people to not give in to soft-living but instead pursue the strenuous life of hard-work and purpose. He was ...

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