Nov 7, 2014

Jack Pine Savage Venison Roast Recipe

If you are like a lot of modern, suburban men, the venison you have, like other wild game meat, is a prized possession. Deer meat can only be acquired a few months out of the year and if you take into account the few times you may get to hunt and the fewer ...

Nov 4, 2014

Jack Pine Savage Venison Steak Recipe

When a man has been hard at work he feels more than just hungry, he feels as though he deserves a meal. When a man gets to that point, the quality of the meal can make or break his spirits. The Jack Pine Savages, the men who ...

Oct 22, 2014

Fireside Topic: What are the manly qualities that make a good president?

“All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” – President Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004 Election season is upon us, and while it isn’t a presidential year, it’s still a good idea to begin thinking about the qualities and characteristics for the next president. If you aren’t an American, this ...

Sep 25, 2014

Famous Quotes: It is time to Dare and Endure – Winston Churchill

As Prime Minister of Great Britain during for the entirety of WWII, Winston Churchill’s never give in, never surrender attitude and speeches inspired Britons and Americans alike. I found this famous quote of his about how it is the time to dare and endure while putting together the article on the Red Flag of Ease.

Aug 14, 2014

Famous Quotes: Abraham Lincoln – The Last Best Hope of Earth

A month before signing the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln sent a letter to Congress urging them to think of what would become of the Union after the war. Here is his famous quote about the last best hope of earth during that time.

Jul 28, 2014

Famous Quote Poster: James A. Garfield – I mean to make myself a man

President James A. Garfield was a manly man and an outstanding thinker. He has some great quotes. Here is one every man should appreciate and a few more can be found here. Great quote by President Garfield. (click for full-sized version)

Jul 28, 2014

Walking a Mile in a Soldier’s Boots: A Brief History of the Trench Boots of WWI

Whenever I read about history books about WWI, I am always confronted with the brief realization that I know very little of the war itself. When I really began to get perspective, I can just start to imagine how it might feel walking a mile in a soldier's (trench) boots.

Jul 2, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt’s July 4th, 1903 Speech

In 1903, President Roosevelt gave a speech reminding America of the values that make our country great. He points to our amazing spirit of unity and goodness, even after the brutally divisive Civil War. Theodore Roosevelt, Huntington, New York, July 4th, 1903 Mr. Chairman, and you, my fellow citizens, my old time ...

Jun 25, 2014

Fireside Topic: If you could choose any career what would it be?

It isn’t uncommon for men to get started down a career path that was once exciting and rewarding only to find that, years later, they don’t have the same passion for it they once did. While it isn’t wise to up and quit our job simply because it doesn’t thrill us like it once ...

Apr 24, 2014

The American Axe

Regardless of whether you are getting an axe for splitting the occasional firewood, or if you are a serious Jack Pine Savage, it is a manly trait to know this time-honored tool. Here is a brief history of the American axe.

Apr 17, 2014

The Jack Pine Savage

I came across the term Jack Pine Savage in an old copy of The Professional Guide’s Manual (which is an excellent book) and just thought it sounded manly. However, when I began searching for more references to the term I couldn’t find much of anything. There isn’t even a Wikipedia article ...
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