Some of My favorite UnCommie Goods.
Below are links to items I endorse that pass the UnCommie Test! Meaning it’s made in America, and most likely a small business. These may be affiliate links (Amazon or otherwise), which support this podcast with each purchase. More importantly, it supports American businesses!
Indiebound Books. I love this business. It’s a great way to support your local, independent bookstore online! Skip the mega-retailer that dominates the world (you know who I’m talking about), order online at Indiebound, have it delivered to your home, or pick it up in store and meet the great staff of your local bookstore.
Orca Coolers. I was a bit miffed when I found out another major cooler brand named after a mythical snow creature wasn’t 100% made in the USA. So I found Orca Coolers, and they make an amazing product. And get this, their full name is Outdoor Recreation Corporation of America… get it? O.R.C.A. Brilliant. I love their stuff, and they make a variety of items for all your cooler and insulating needs, food and beverage-wise. Check em out!
I love these delicious, all natural and nutritious bars that provide for your energy & recovery needs.
You ever eat a protein or energy bar, and it’s a thick sludge-like material, with tons of ingredients you can’t pronounce, and you’re not sure if it’s something you should be putting into your body?
Wild bars have three delicious flavors:
I love this thing, and use it every night. I’ve always been a light sleeper, and need to make my conditions as optimal to get a good night’s sleep, and that’s why i use the american made Sleep Master® Sleep Mask eliminates light and reduces sound, and I”ve been using it for years, way before I started this show, trying to make sure everything I buy is an UnCommie Good.
The Sleep Master® Sleep Mask is lightweight, made of a soft, cool satin fabric mask, that is comfortable and breathable.
Seriously, if you’re a delicate sleeper, you’re going to love the Sleep Master® Sleep Mask and it’s around 20 bucks.
A listener all the way from Australia messaged me on Instagram about Origin Maine. What an amazing company, Everything is US made. Clothes, bison leather boots, fitness equipment, cut to order jeans, and even Martial Arts uniforms. Check them out! I ordered the Blackout Joggers and can’t wait to get them.
I love Lodge Cast Iron Pans. They retain heat and give your steak an amazing sear. From their website “From their website:
Lodge Cast Iron has been making heirloom-quality cookware and accessories since 1896. We currently operate two foundries in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, our home since the very beginning. Backed by over 120 years of experience, each piece of Lodge cookware is crafted for durability and versatility. We don’t just make cookware — we make memories that last for generations.
LES Labs, as mentioned in Episode 7, makes the highest quality nutritional supplements. From Metabolic Health, Mood and Sleep, Men’s and Women’s Health, Immune Support, and even Hangover prevention! I’m a big fan of Les Labs and get their stuff shipped regularly.
LES Labs….Life Enhancing Supplements.
A few years ago I was visiting my cousin in Sweden, and he had a Moccamaster by Technivorm. I went nuts because it was so cool looking, and I wanted to have it in my home.
These filter coffee makers are all handmade in The Netherlands, which means they pass the “UnCommie-Ometer”. They are made and assembled by hand and individually tested in a live situation. It is the personal touch that makes these products unique.
Mikko, A listener recommended this book to me and it is chock full of facts of the horrors of socialism, intermixed with fun as two economists visit socialist nightmares such as Venezuela and Cuba, and having a few beers on the way.
It is a great read that I recommend for anyone of any political persuasion.
Click on image to buy from Indiebound.org, that supports local independent bookstores.
Or buy from Amazon.
Dinsmoor Sheepskins – We are a small family tannery that creates quality handmade sheepskins. The sheep are sourced and processed on Whidbey Island, Washington. Each sheepskin is tanned and softened by hand, and procured in an ethical manner as a byproduct of the sheep’s natural life cycle